Soil-Vegetation Relationship in Quartzitic and Ferruginous Brazilian Rocky Outcrops

@article{Messias2013SoilVegetationRI,
  title={Soil-Vegetation Relationship in Quartzitic and Ferruginous Brazilian Rocky Outcrops},
  author={Maria Cristina Teixeira Braga Messias and Mariangela Garcia Praça Leite and Jo{\~a}o Augusto Alves Meira Neto and A R Kozovits and Ricardo G. Tavares},
  journal={Folia Geobotanica},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={509-521}
}
Campo rupestre is a kind of Brazilian rocky outcrop with high biodiversity and many endemic and threatened species. It occurs mainly in the Espinhaço Range in a contact region between Cerrado and/or Caatinga and Atlantic Forest. The Espinhaço Range is recognized as a region with the highest floristic diversity in South America and with many endemic species, most of which are associated with rocky outcrop environments. These, among other peculiarities, recently granted the Espinhaço Range the… CONTINUE READING
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