A conceptual model of coastal dune ecology synthesizing spatial gradients of vegetation, soil, and geomorphology

@article{Kim2008ACM,
  title={A conceptual model of coastal dune ecology synthesizing spatial gradients of vegetation, soil, and geomorphology},
  author={Daehyun Kim and Keun Bae Yu},
  journal={Plant Ecology},
  year={2008},
  volume={202},
  pages={135-148}
}
Patterns of coastal dune vegetation are closely related with soil conditions controlled by geomorphic forms and processes. This study developed a conceptual model integrating these relationships in a spatially explicit manner. A rectangle of 180 × 280 m containing 126 grids of 20 × 20 m was established in the Sindu coastal dunefield in west Korean Peninsula. Sampling from each grid determined 11 soil properties and identified percent cover of 21 woody and herbaceous plant species. Digital… CONTINUE READING
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