środa, 23 listopada 2011

Applied Vegetation Science - 14 (2-4), 2011


Applied Vegetation Science - 14 (2), 2011


Differential effects of ammonium and nitrate deposition on fen phanerogams and bryophytes (pages 149–157)

J.T.A. Verhoeven, B. Beltman, E. Dorland, S.A. Robat and R. Bobbink

Initiation of microtopography in revegetated cutover peatlands (pages 158–171)

Rémy Pouliot, Line Rochefort and Edgar Karofeld

Are long-unburnt eucalypt forest patches important for the conservation of plant species diversity? (pages 172–180)

T.D. Penman, M. Beukers, R.P. Kavanagh and M. Doherty

Relative influence of size, connectivity and disturbance history on plant species richness and assemblages in fragmented grasslands (pages 181–188)

Lorena P. Herrera and P. Laterra

A hierarchical model for analysing the stability of vegetation patterns created by grazing in temperate pastures (pages 189–199)

Nicolas Rossignol, Joël Chadoeuf, Pascal Carrere and Bertrand Dumont

Managing open habitats by wild ungulate browsing and grazing: A case-study in North-Eastern Germany (pages 200–209)

Okka Tschöpe, Dieter Wallschläger, Michael Burkart and Katja Tielbörger

Management intensity affects the relationship between non-native and native species in subtropical wetlands (pages 210–220)

Elizabeth H. Boughton, Pedro F. Quintana-Ascencio, David Nickerson and Patrick J. Bohlen

Invasiveness of Campylopus introflexus in drift sands depends on nitrogen deposition and soil organic matter (pages 221–229)

Laurens B. Sparrius and Annemieke M. Kooijman

Vegetation change in Southeast Greenland? Tasiilaq revisited after 40 years (pages 230–241)

Fred J.A. Daniëls, Johannes G. de Molenaar, Milan Chytrý and Lubomír Tichý

Evaluating the effects of climate change on tree species abundance and distribution in the Italian peninsula (pages 242–255)

Fabio Attorre, Marco Alfo, Michele De Sanctis, Fabio Francesconi, Roberto Valenti, Marcello Vitale and Franco Bruno

Evaluating models to assess the distribution of Buxus balearica in southern Spain (pages 256–267)

R. M. Navarro-Cerrillo, J. E. Hernández-Bermejo and R. Hernández-Clemente

Mapping site indices for five Pacific Northwest conifers using a physiologically based model (pages 268–276)

Nicholas C. Coops, Rachel Gaulton and Richard H. Waring

Identification and siting of native vegetation types on disturbed land: demonstration of statistical methods (pages 277–290)

Ken Aho, T. Weaver and S. Regele


Applied Vegetation Science - 14 (3), 2011


Can seed dispersal by human activity play a useful role for the conservation of European grasslands? (pages 291–303)

Alistair G. Auffret

Manipulating disturbance regimes and seeding to restore mesic Mediterranean grasslands (pages 304–315)

Grey F. Hayes and Karen D. Holl

Two centuries of vegetation succession in an inland sand dune area, central Netherlands (pages 316–325)

Karol Ujházy, Josef Fanta and Karel Prach

Short-term bryoid and vascular vegetation response to reforestation alternatives following wildfire in conifer plantations (pages 326–339)

Lori J. Kayes, Klaus J. Puettmann and Paul D. Anderson

Restoration of managed pine fens: effect on hydrology and vegetation (pages 340–349)

A. M. Laine, M. Leppälä, O. Tarvainen, M.-L. Päätalo, R. Seppänen and A. Tolvanen

Fire severity affects vegetation and seed bank in a wetland (pages 350–357)

Hideo Kimura and Shiro Tsuyuzaki

Environmental control of plant species abundance in a microtidal Mediterranean saltmarsh (pages 358–366)

Efrem Batriu, Joan Pino, Pere Rovira and Josep M. Ninot

Hydrological prerequisites for optimum habitats of riparian Salix communities – identifying suitable reforestation sites (pages 367–377)

Eva Mosner, Sandra Schneider, Boris Lehmann and Ilona Leyer

Determinants of plant community composition of remnant biancane badlands: a hierarchical approach to quantify species-environment relationships (pages 378–387)

S. Maccherini, M. Marignani, M. Gioria, M. Renzi, D. Rocchini, E. Santi, D. Torri, J. Tundo and O. Honnay

Using climatically based random forests to downscale coarse-grained potential natural vegetation maps in tropical Mexico (pages 388–401)

Raúl A. Vaca, Duncan J. Golicher and Luis Cayuela

Modeling the occurrence of 15 coniferous tree species throughout the Pacific Northwest of North America using a hybrid approach of a generic process-based growth model and decision tree analysis (pages 402–414)

Nicholas C. Coops, Richard H. Waring, Clayton Beier, Raphael Roy-Jauvin and Tongli Wang

Predicting plant species distribution across an alpine rangeland in northern Spain. A comparison of probabilistic methods (pages 415–432)

J. Bedia, J. Busqué and J.M. Gutiérrez

Fire and N cycling: getting the perspective right (pages 433–434)

Vic Jurskis, John Turner, Marcia Lambert and Huiquan Bi


Applied Vegetation Science - 14 (4), 2011

Special Issue: Special feature: Vegetation survey: Edited by Milan Chytrý, Joop H.J. Schaminée & Angelika Schwabe

Special feature: Vegetation survey

Vegetation survey: a new focus for Applied Vegetation Science (pages 435–439)

Milan Chytrý, Joop H. J. Schaminée and Angelika Schwabe

Vegetation of zonal patterned-ground ecosystems along the North America Arctic bioclimate gradient (pages 440–463)

Donald A. Walker, Patrick Kuss, Howard E. Epstein, Anja N. Kade, Corinne M. Vonlanthen, Martha K. Raynolds and Fred J.A. Daniëls

A phytosociological and phytogeographical survey of the coastal vegetation of western North America: beach and dune vegetation from Baja California to Alaska (pages 464–484)

Manuel Peinado, Francisco Manuel Ocana-Peinado, Juan Luis Aguirre, José Delgadillo, Miguel Ángel Macías and Gustavo Díaz-Santiago

Classification and description of alluvial plant communities of the Piedmont region, North Carolina, USA (pages 485–505)

Elizabeth R. Matthews, Robert K. Peet and Alan S. Weakley

New Zealand's forest and shrubland communities: a quantitative classification based on a nationally representative plot network (pages 506–523)

Susan K. Wiser, Jennifer M. Hurst, Elaine F. Wright and Robert B. Allen

Syntaxonomical survey of boreal oligotrophic pine forests in northern Europe and Western Siberia (pages 524–536)

Nikolai Ermakov and Olga Morozova

Hungarian landscape types: classification of landscapes based on the relative cover of (semi-) natural habitats (pages 537–546)

János Bölöni, Zoltán Botta-Dukát, Eszter Illyés and Zsolt Molnár

Alpine steppe plant communities of the Tibetan highlands (pages 547–560)

Georg Miehe, Kerstin Bach, Sabine Miehe, Jürgen Kluge, Yang Yongping, La Duo, Sonam Co and Karsten Wesche

Surveying Southern Mongolia: application of multivariate classification methods in drylands with low diversity and long floristic gradients (pages 561–570)

Karsten Wesche and Henrik von Wehrden

Factors influencing vegetation cover change in Mediterranean Central Chile (1975–2008) (pages 571–582)

Jennifer J. Schulz, Luis Cayuela, José M. Rey-Benayas and Boris Schröder

Quantifying species trait-functioning relationships for ecosystem management (pages 583–595)

L.H. Comas, S.C. Goslee, R.H. Skinner and M.A. Sanderson

Elevated sensitivity: riparian vegetation in upper mountain zones is especially vulnerable to livestock grazing (pages 596–606)

Glenda M. Samuelson and Stewart B. Rood


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