European Russian Forests: Their Current State and Features of Their History

European Russian Forests: Their Current State and Features of Their History

Hardcover(1st ed. 2017)

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ISBN-13: 9789402411713
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 03/23/2018
Series: Plant and Vegetation , #15
Edition description: 1st ed. 2017
Pages: 564
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Preface.- Authors and Affiliations.- Part 1: Natural conditions and general descriptions of forest vegetation and forest soils.- 1.1. Topography and Hydrography; IS Voskresensky.- 1.2. Climate; NV Zukert, SS Bykhovets.- 1.3. General description of forest vegetation; LB Zaugolnova et al.- 1.4. General description of forest soils; MV Bobrovsky.- 1.5. Conclusion on Chapter 1; OV Smirnova et al.- Part 2: Methods.- 2.1. Study areas; OV Smirnova et al.- 2.2. Forest typology used (classification of forest vegetation); LB Zaugolnova, LG Khanina.- 2.3. Mapping and monitoring of forest cover; PV Potapov et al.- 2.4. Field data collection; OV Smirnova et al.- 2.5. Data analysis; OV Smirnova et al.- 2.6. Conclusion on Chapter 2; OV Smirnova et al.- Part 3: Boreal forests.- 3.1. Prodromus of the vegetation and forest distribution; LB Zaugolnova.- 3.2. Features of the historical land-use in the boreal region; MV Bobrovsky.- 3.3. Succession of the boreal forest after fire in the Kostomuksha State Nature Reserve (Karelia); VN Korotkov, OI Evstigneev.- 3.4. Old-growth dark-coniferous forests in the Pechora-Ilych Nature Reserve; AA Aleynikov et al.- 3.5. Plant diversity and soil features in old-growth spruce and spruce-fir forests in the boreal region of European Russia; OV Smirnova et al.- 3.6. Conclusions on the boreal forest region; OV Smirnova et al.- Part 4: Hemiboreal forests.- 4.1. Prodromus of the vegetation and forest distribution; LB Zaugolnova.- 4.2. Features of the historical land-use in the hemiboreal region; MV Bobrovsky.- 4.3. Typical features of the best preserved hemiboreal forests in European Russia (on examples of the Visimskiy and Sabarskiy Reserves and the Kilemarskiy Zakaznik); AI Shirokov et al.- 4.4. Post fire and post cutting successions in the east of the Kostroma region; DL Lugovaya.- 4.5. Plant diversity and successional stages of forests after cutting and plowing in the southern Moscow region; VN Korotkov.- 4.6. Conclusions on the hemiboreal forest region; OV Smirnova et al.- Part 5: Nemoral forests.- 5.1. Prodromus of the vegetation and forest distribution; TYu Braslavskaya.- 5.2. Features of the historical land-use in the nemoral region; MV Bobrovsky.- 5.3. Old-growth nemoral forests and vegetation dynamics in the Kaluzhskie Zaseki State Nature Reserve; MV Bobrovsky, LG Khanina.- 5.4. Eighty years of vegetation dynamics in the Voronezh State Nature Reserve; EA Starodubtseva et al.- 5.5. Succession in the Pinus sylvestris forest on sandy ridges on an outwash plain in the Nerussa-Desna Polesie; OI Evstigneev, VN Korotkov.- 5.6. Conclusion on the nemoral forest region; OV Smirnova et al.- Part 6: Floodplains; TYu Braslavskaya.- Part 7: Forest cover dynamics at the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st centuries; PV Potapov et al.- Part 8: Development of the European Russian forests in the Holocene; OV Smirnova et al.

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