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Forest vegetation in the Teshio and the Nakagawa District Experiment Forests of Hokkaido University, Prov. Teshio, N. Hokkaido, Japan



Forest vegetation in the Teshio and the Nakagawa District Experiment Forests of Hokkaido University, Prov. Teshio, N. Hokkaido, Japan



Res. Bull. Exp. For. Hokkaido Univ, 28: 1, 192



A comprehensive record, illustrated with photos, maps, tables, diagrams and graphs, of these two forest districts along the Teshio river in northern Hokkaido, which comprise 41 540 ha and include four mountains of above 500 m alt. Data are given on the climate, geology and (especially) vegetation of each district. The most important forest type is the Picea glehnii forest, the finest in Japan. There are other coniferous forests of Picea jezoensis and Abies sachalinensis.

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