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Ecology of the northern lowland bogs and conifer forests
James Arthur Larsen
|Statement||James A. Larsen.|
|LC Classifications||QH104 .L34 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 307 p. :|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||82011368|
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Ecology of the Northern Lowland Bogs and Conifer Forests is a book on the ecology of bogs and conifer swamps and, to some extent, the marshlands. The chapters that follow are, for the most part, a review of what is known about the northern bogs and lowland forests, written in the terminology of science in the hope, as well as the expectation.
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The chapters that follow are, for the most part, a review of what is known about the northern bogs an. Ecology of the northern lowland bogs and conifer forests. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: James Arthur Larsen.
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Irish Peatland Conservation Council., 2 books N. Berezina, 1 book Alex Secher, 1 book Björn Arvidsson, 1 book Donald James Stewart, 1 book Bjarne Jensen, 1 book John Eastman, 1 book Curtis J.
Richardson, 1 book John Himmelman, 1 book Phyllis Root, 1 book Jorma Luhta, 1 book Robert Day, 1 book Johnson, Charles W., 1 book Rebecca R Sharitz, 1. Fens and bogs are often found close together and over time, most fens become bogs. Peat builds up and separates the fen from its groundwater supply causing a closed system to form; nutrient levels drop, acidity increases and a bog is formed.
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Forest, complex ecological system in which trees are the dominant life-form. Tree-dominated forests can occur wherever the temperatures rise above 10 °C (50 °F) in the warmest months and the annual precipitation is more than mm (8 inches).
They can develop under a variety of conditions within. The area is a Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests biome transition zone between the true boreal forest to the north and the Big Woods and Carolinian forest to the south, with characteristics of each.
It has areas of both broadleaf and conifer forest cover, and bodies of water ranging from lakes to conifer bogs and swamps. Conifers include pines, spruces, firs. Lowland conifers are forests of evergreens that grow in association with swamps, in areas adjacent to streams, or other poorly drained depressions where peat or muck accumulates.
These forests are found in the transition between aquatic environments and are two groups of tree species associated with these areas: 1) tamarack (larch), black spruce, and. Bogs are acid peatlands, poor in minerals and raised above the influence of groundwater by the accumulation of sodden, anaerobic peat.
They are dominated by a hummocky growth of Sphagnum covered by shrubby heaths (especially leather leaf and blueberries) and ultimately, in North America, by a black spruce muskeg (Crum, ).
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Page 96 in Proceedings of the Eastern CANUSA Forest Science Conference, Orono, Maine, October The Da Hinggan-Dzhagdy Mountains conifer forests ecoregion (WWF ID:PA) covers the Greater Khingan Mountains of northern Manchuria (), and across the border north into Russia where it follows the mountain ridge for another km to the east.
The mountain forests exhibit a floral community called "Daurian flora", a combination of the Siberian taiga to the north and the Coordinates: 51°45′N °45′E / .Ecology of the northern lowland bogs and conifer forests / James A.
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