Progressive and retrogressive gradient of grassland vegetation measured by degree of succession—Ecological judgement of grassland condition and trend IV

@article{Numata1969ProgressiveAR,
  title={Progressive and retrogressive gradient of grassland vegetation measured by degree of succession—Ecological judgement of grassland condition and trend IV},
  author={Makoto Numata},
  journal={Vegetatio},
  year={1969},
  volume={19},
  pages={96-127}
}
The types of grassland vegetation expressed by the dominants were surveyed from north to south in Japan, and their successional and climatic relationships were given from the viewpoint of quantitative and dynamic ecology (Table I, Figs. 1–3). There are many grassland types in Japan, but only major types were dealt with, compared by some characteristics (location, use, dominant, ground cover of vegetation (v), number of constituent species (n), degree of succession (DS), summed dominance ratio… CONTINUE READING

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