Soil particle sizes and plant communities on coastal dunes

@article{Lee2009SoilPS,
  title={Soil particle sizes and plant communities on coastal dunes},
  author={Jeom-Sook Lee and B. Ihm and Du-Sung Cho and D. Son and Jong-Wook Kim},
  journal={Journal of Plant Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={50},
  pages={475-479}
}
To identify and assess the distribution patterns of coastal dune vegetation along the eastern, southern, and western coasts of South Korea, we investigated the plant communities and soil factors at 30 sites. In all, 12 communities on CCA (canonical correspondence analysis) Axis 1 and 2 could be arranged into 3 groups: 1 ) 2 communities ofElymus mollis andIschaemum anthephoroides, with medium sand contents; 2) 6 communities ofCarex pumila, Carex kobomugi, Ixeris repens, Zoysia mac-rostachya… Expand
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