Ecological geography of the range of theAbies mariesii forest in northeast Honshu, Japan, with special reference to the physiographic conditions

@article{Sugita2006EcologicalGO,
  title={Ecological geography of the range of theAbies mariesii forest in northeast Honshu, Japan, with special reference to the physiographic conditions},
  author={Hisashi Sugita},
  journal={Ecological Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={119-132}
}
In the subalpine areas of the snowy regions of Japan (the Japan Sea side), there are some mountains with no or very small stands ofAbies mariesii, although this species dominates the subalpine coniferous forests of the region. In order to discuss the cause and process of this phenomenon, present horizontal and vertical ranges, as well as physiographic conditions, of theA. mariesii forest were examined in detail on the mountains in the Tohoku District. Sites in the subalpine zone were classified… CONTINUE READING
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