Plant Succession: Theory and prediction

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D.C. Glenn-Lewin, R.K. Peet, T.T. Veblen
Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 30, 1992 - Science - 352 pages
'Succession' is the term used to describe the phenomenon of changes in vegetational types in both time and space. The subject of the colonization and exploitation of 'new' areas by plants is a key one in ecology and this book summarizes the theoretical arguments currently raging about the topic.
 

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