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Japanese raised bogs: their special position within the Holarctic with respect to vegetation, nutrient status and development


Veroffentlichungen des Geobotanischen Institutes der ETH, Stiftung Rubel, Zurich ( 98): 330-353
Japanese raised bogs: their special position within the Holarctic with respect to vegetation, nutrient status and development
The Japanese raised bogs differ from ombrotrophic bogs in other parts of the world (e.g. Newfoundland, Tasmania, UK), and carry a poor or extremely poor fen vegetation (in the sense of Scandinavian mire ecologists). This is caused by volcanic ash, the effect of which on the surface vegetation remains very pronounced even after >200 years.

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