Vegetation on ultramafic edaphic ‘islands’ in Kinabalu Park (Sabah, Malaysia) in relation to soil chemistry and elevation

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Kinabalu Park is the world’s most species-rich hotspot with over 5000 plant species recorded for an area 1200 km2. The aim of this study was to characterise the vegetation on ultramafic edaphic ‘islands’ in relation to soil chemistry and elevation. In total 87 non-permanent vegetation plots were established covering 12 ultramafic edaphic ‘islands’ from 474… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11104-016-2831-3

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@article{Ent2016VegetationOU, title={Vegetation on ultramafic edaphic ‘islands’ in Kinabalu Park (Sabah, Malaysia) in relation to soil chemistry and elevation}, author={Antony van der Ent and Peter Erskine and David R Mulligan and Rimi Repin and Rositti Karim}, journal={Plant and Soil}, year={2016}, volume={403}, pages={77-101} }