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Vegetation and production ecology of an Alaskan arctic tundra



Vegetation and production ecology of an Alaskan arctic tundra



Vegetation and production ecology of an Alaskan arctic tundra: 686



This multi-author book contains 27 chapters on (a) floristics, vegetation and primary production, (b) photosynthesis, respiration and water relations and (c) growth and the allocation and use of mineral and organic nutrients. Contributions dealing with soil, water and nutrient relations are listed below: The role of lichens in the structure, productivity, and mineral cycling of the wet coastal Alaskan tundra.

Accession: 000797442

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02892748



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