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The vegetation of the canadian prairie provinces iv. the woody vegetation 3. deciduous woods and forests

, : The vegetation of the canadian prairie provinces iv. the woody vegetation 3. deciduous woods and forests. Phytocoenologia 15(1): 51-84

The deciduous woods and forests of the Prairie Provinces are classified and described in one class, three orders, five alliances, 15 associations, and four subassociations. The North American birch-poplar woods do not have a true counterpart in western Europe, but are related to the "Espenhaine" of eastern Europe and western Siberia. The ecology, economic value, and significance as biocoenose are discussed.

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