Details

Title

Vegetation diversity and selected abiotic factors influencing the primary succession process on the foreland of Gåsbreen, Svalbard

Journal title

Polish Polar Research

Yearbook

2016

Volume

vol. 37

Numer

No 4

Authors

Keywords

Arctic ; bryophytes ; colonisation ; glacier ; lichens ; vascular plants

Divisions of PAS

Nauki o Ziemi

Coverage

493-509

Publisher

Committee on Polar Research ; Polish Academy of Sciences

Date

2016

Type

Artykuły / Articles

Identifier

ISSN 0138-0338 ; eISSN 2081-8262

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DOI

10.1515/popore-2016-0026

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