Coastal vegetation on the Western, Southern, and Eastern coasts of South Korea

@article{Ihm2009CoastalVO,
  title={Coastal vegetation on the Western, Southern, and Eastern coasts of South Korea},
  author={B. Ihm and Jeom-Sook Lee and Jongwook Kim},
  journal={Journal of Plant Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={44},
  pages={163-167}
}
We used the Braun-Blanquet method to study the vegetation of coastal wetlands in South Korea. Three habitat types were found, i.e., salt marshes, salt swamps, and sand dunes. These plant communities were classified as: 1) two groups (five associations each) in the salt marshes that comprised either annual herbaceous halophytes (ClassThero-Salicornietea), or biennial/perennial herbaceous species (ClassAsteretea tripolii); 2) one group in the salt swamps consisting of five hydrophilous halo… Expand

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