Advances in Serpentine Geoecology: A Retrospective

@inproceedings{Rajakaruna2009AdvancesIS,
  title={Advances in Serpentine Geoecology: A Retrospective},
  author={N. Rajakaruna and R. Boyd},
  year={2009}
}
  • N. Rajakaruna, R. Boyd
  • Published 2009
  • Geography
  • Serpentine habitats have long provided model settings for geoecological research (reviewed in Alexander et al. 2007, Brady et al. 2005, Brooks 1987, Kazakou et al. 2008, Kruckeberg 1984, Proctor and Woodell 1975, Rajakaruna et al 2009). Serpentine loosely refers to a broad group of minerals associated with the weathering of ultramafi c (high iron and magnesium-rich) rocks found along continental margins and orogenic belts. Soils associated with such rocks often differ from more widespread soils… CONTINUE READING
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