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Resource use by chaparral and matorral. A comparison of vegetation function in two mediterranean type ecosystems






Resource use by chaparral and matorral A comparison of vegetation function in two mediterranean type ecosystems: 455

Resource use by chaparral and matorral. A comparison of vegetation function in two mediterranean type ecosystems

Under the International Biological Program a detailed analysis was made of the structural characteristics of analogous mediterranean ecosystems in S. California and central Chile. This book, which is Ecological Studies Vol. 39, reports the results of an in-depth analysis of the resources utilized by the primary producers at the same study sites. Contributions by 19 authors assess the functional relationships between the principal plant spp. and these resources.


Accession: 000970143



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