Assessment of flora diversity in a minor river valley using ecological indicator values, Geographical Information Systems and Digital Elevation Models

@article{Czarnecka2013AssessmentOF,
  title={Assessment of flora diversity in a minor river valley using ecological indicator values, Geographical Information Systems and Digital Elevation Models},
  author={Bożenna Czarnecka and Łukasz Chabudziński},
  journal={Central European Journal of Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={9},
  pages={220-231}
}
Ellenberg indicator values (EIV) have been widely used to estimate habitat variables from floristic data and to predict vegetation composition based on habitat properties. Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Digital Elevation Models (DEM) are valuable tools for studying the relationships between topographic and ecological characters of river systems. A 3-meter resolution DEM was derived for a. 3-km-long break section of the Szum River (SE Poland) from a 1:10,000 topographic map. Data on… CONTINUE READING

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