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Studies on the Picea glehnii forest. V. Species composition and regeneration of the southernmost natural community of the Picea glehnii on Mt. Hayachine



Studies on the Picea glehnii forest. V. Species composition and regeneration of the southernmost natural community of the Picea glehnii on Mt. Hayachine



Japanese Journal of Ecology 28(4): 347-356



The study was made in 1976 in a P. glehnii-dominated forest on serpentine rock in central Iwate Prefecture. The results are shown in tables and figures (with English captions). P. glehnii appeared to be regenerating successfully.

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