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Ecological effects of fire on north Swedish forests.

Evald Uggla

Ecological effects of fire on north Swedish forests.

by Evald Uggla

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Published in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest ecology.,
  • Burning of land.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK938.F6 U3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5780622M
    LC Control Number59028040
    OCLC/WorldCa2303231

    Potash production in northern sweden: History and ecological effects of a pre-industrial forest exploitation. Environment and History, 4(3), Afternoon: Mining, Toxics, and Forests B Humanistuset Guest lecture and discussion: Ulf Segerström, SLU.   Ecological conditions change over time in response to both internal and external drivers. Accurate understanding of the current status of species, populations, ecological communities, and ecosystems is important for meaningful and comprehensive analysis of extant ecological patterns, processes, and functions. Of equal or greater importance is knowledge of longer term trends in .

    In scientific ecology climax community, or climatic climax community, is a historic term for a boreal forest community of plants, animals, and fungi which, through the process of ecological succession in the development of vegetation in an area over time, have reached a steady equilibrium was thought to occur because the climax community is composed of species best adapted to. Effects of invasion by fire-enhancing C 4 grasses on native shrubs in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Ecology – Vitousek, P.M.

    The military use of herbicides in Vietnam began in , was expanded during and , and reached a peak from to Herbicides were used extensively in Vietnam by the U.S. Air Force's Operation Ranch Hand to defoliate inland hardwood forests, coastal mangrove forests, and, to a lesser extent, cultivated land, by aerial spraying from C aircraft and helicopters. F(rederick) Herbert Bormann, American ecologist (born Ma , New York, N.Y.—died June 7, , North Branford, Conn.), led a research team that in the early s discovered the presence and harmful effects of acid rain in North America.


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