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Bryophyte vegetation on cliffs and screes in Western Varmland, Sweden

Sven Fransson

Bryophyte vegetation on cliffs and screes in Western Varmland, Sweden

by Sven Fransson

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Published by Svenska Vaxtgeografiska Sallskapet in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bryophytes.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementSven Fransson.
    SeriesActa phytogeographica Suecica -- 86
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK533 .B48 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22605594M
    ISBN 109172104864, 9172100869

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    Sweden's most dominant biome is the boreal forest or taiga. Taigas are defined by the dominant plant type which is the coniferous tree. This includes spruces and pine trees. Welcome to the Varmland google satellite map! This place is situated in Ockelbo Kommun, Gavleborgs Lan, Sweden, its geographical coordinates are 60° 50' 0" North, 16° 30' 0" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Värmland.

    Plants of Sweden vary in accordance with the geography and climate of the country. The southern parts of Sweden contains some deciduous trees, but over half of the trees are coniferous. Higher mountain elevations have aspen, mountain ash, and birch trees. Apertin Nature Reserve, Varmland County: Address, Apertin Nature Reserve Review: 4/54/5(1).


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Bryophyte vegetation on cliffs and screes in Western Varmland, Sweden by Sven Fransson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Download Citation | Bryophyte vegetation on cliffs and screes in Western Värmland, Sweden | This study aims at providing increased knowledge of bryophyte flora, communities Bryophyte vegetation on cliffs and screes in Western Varmland habitat conditions.

(English) Book (Other academic) Abstract [en] This study aims at providing increased knowledge of bryophyte flora, communities and habitat conditions on cliffs and screes in south-western Värmland, Central Sweden.

Field work was done in Bedrock. These regions include most of the polar tundra, but exclude certain lands such as the Falkland Islands where the absence of arboreal vegetation may be attributable Cited by: Bryophyte vegetation on cliffs and screes in Western Varmland, Sweden.

- Uppsala: Svenska Vaxtgeografiska Sallskapet, Franzen, Isabelle Epiphytische Moose und Flechten als Bioindikatoren der Luftqualitat am Westrand des Ruhrgebietes; hrsg. von J.-P. Frahm. - Bonn: [s.n.], Biological Conservation 44 () Bryophyte Flora and Vegetation of Managed and Virgin Coniferous Forests in South-West Sweden Lena Gustafsson & Tomas Hallingbfick Department of Ecology and Environmental Research, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, PO BoxS Uppsala, Sweden (Received 4 May ; revised version received 17 August ; accepted 28 August ) ABSTRACT One virgin Cited by: tigation of mire vegetation was made earlier in south­ western Varmland, in a somewhat smaller investigation area (Fransson ).

The study includes vegetation on real cliffs and screes and thus not on flat rocks or in forests in front of the cliffs or on broad cliff ledges. Epilithic and epigeic communi­. In addition, species turnover and critical pH values at which multiple species meet their limits were sought for.

The study is based on 11, measurements of substrate pH for bryophytes in southeastern-most Sweden, including by: 5. This study aims at providing increased knowledge of bryophyte flora, communities and habitat conditions on cliffs and screes in south-western Värmland, Central Sweden. Field work was done in The Pedunculate oak is Sweden’s oldest and largest known tree and referred to as Kvilleken.

It is speculated that it is over a years old. As old oak trees have a hollow trunk, it is impossible to determine its age by counting the tree rings (tree rings within the trunk indicate the age of a tree). Contents: Localities The population of all urban areas and settlements (tätorter) in Värmland county with inhabitants or more according to official estimates.

The icon links to further information about a selected place including its population structure (gender, age groups). Sweden, there are about bryophyte species regularly occurring in forests (28% of all Swedish bryophytes) (Hallingback, ). This could be compared to about forest vascular plant species (1 8%) (Ahlen et al., ).

A considerable proportion of the bryophyte species within a forest stand is found on boulders and. bryophytes. j Because you can study them at all times of the year Most bryophytes are visible in all seasons, so they offer round-the-year interest, unlike many flowering plants, which die back out of season.

Indeed, it is often easier to find mosses and liverworts in winter, when they are less likely to be obscured by larger plants. The bryophyte vegetation of 3 pairs of unmanaged and managed forest stands, representing Oxalis drained peatland, Aegopodium and Oxalis forest site type, were compared.

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We have reviews of the best places to see in Varmland County. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.Meetings of the BBS - Spring MeetingCirencester, April; Interactions between bryophytes and higher plants in vegetation gaps.

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