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Main Title Plant succession : theory and prediction /
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Glenn-Lewin, David C.
Peet, R. K.
Veblen, Thomas T.,
Publisher Chapman & Hall,
Year Published 1992
OCLC Number 26975216
ISBN 0412269007; 9780412269004; 0412269104; 9780412269103
Subjects Plant succession. ; Planten. ; Populatiedynamica. ; Pflanzenwachstum.--(DE-588)4045595-6 ; Sukzession.--(DE-588)4058542-6 ; Vegetation.--(DE-588)4187458-4 ; Vegetationsentwicklung.--(DE-588)4187459-6 ; Wildpflanzen.--(DE-588)4122416-4 ; Biocénoses. ; âEcologie végétale. ; Dynamique de la végétation. ; Aufsatzsammlung. ; Biocâenoses. ; âEcologie vâegâetale. ; Dynamique de la vâegâetation.
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ELDM  QK910.P58 1992 NHEERL/MED Library/Duluth,MN 03/09/2015
Edition 1st ed.
Collation vii, 352 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
1. Patterns and processes of vegetation dynamics / David C. Glenn-Lewin and Eddy van der Maarel. 1.2. Successional dichotomies and population-based processes. 1.3. Disturbance. 1.4. Vegetation dynamics in time and space. 1.5. Mechanisms. 1.6. The study of vegetation dynamics -- 2. Establishment, colonization and persistence / Arnold G. van der Valk. 2.2. Establishment. 2.3. Colonization. 2.4. Persistence -- 3. Community structure and ecosystem function / Robert K. Peet. 3.2. Disturbance. 3.3. Biomass and production. 3.4. Soil development and nutrient flows. 3.5. Community organization -- 4. Regeneration dynamics / Thomas T. Veblen. 4.2. Recognition of compositional equilibrium. 4.3. The regeneration niche and species coexistence. 4.4. Regeneration dynamics and landscape patterns -- 5. From population dynamics to community dynamics: modelling succession as a species replacement process / Robert van Hulst. 5.2. A variety of models. 5.3. A simple model incorporating historical effects. 5.4. Tilman's resource-based models. 5.5. Lotteries for living space. 5.6. Models exhibiting spatial structure. 5.7. Invasion models. 5.8. A game theoretic invasion model -- 6. Statistical models of succession / Michael B. Usher. 6.2. Mathematical background. 6.3. An example: the Breckland grasslands. 6.4. The use of series of frequency data. 6.5. Advantages, disadvantages and the role of statistical models. 7. Individual-based models of forest succession / Dean L. Urban and Herman H. Shugart. 7.2. The basic gap model. 7.3. Diversification and model extensions. 7.4. Applications. 7.5. Forests as complex systems. 7.7. Prospectus -- 8. Climate change and long-term vegetation dynamics / I. Colin Prentice. 8.2. The study of the Quaternary. 8.3. Climate change. 8.4. The response of vegetation to climate change.