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Factors Effecting Vegetational Zonation on Coastal Dunes

Factors Effecting Vegetational Zonation on Coastal Dunes ECOLOGY ECOLOGY VOL. VoL. 23 23 APRIL, APRIL, 1942 1942 No.2 No.2 FACTORS FACTORS EFFECTING EFFECTING VEGETATIONAL VEGETATIONAL ZONATION ZONATION ON ON COASTAL COAST AL DUNES DUNES HENRY HENRY J. ] . OOSTING OosnNG Duke Duke University, University, Durham, Durham, N. N. C. C. AND AND W. D. BILLINGS w. D. BILLINGS University of Nevada, Reno University of Nevada, Reno sands of acres have been planted with INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION sands of acres have been planted with grasses. The success of these attempts grasses. The success of these attempts The The coast coast of of North North Carolina Carolina is is dis­ dis­ cannot yet be evaluated. cannot yet be evaluated. continuously continuously paralleled paralleled by by a a series series of of nar­ nar­ One One of of the the most most effective effective native native sand­ sand­ row, usually elongate islands. These low­ row, usually elongate islands. These low­ binding binding grasses grasses is is sea sea oats oats (U ( U niola niola panicu­ panicu­ lying lying sandy sandy "banks" "banks" may may support support a a lata lata L.) L.) which which is is found found in in abundance abundance on on sclerophyllous sclerophyllous forest forest http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecology Wiley

Factors Effecting Vegetational Zonation on Coastal Dunes

Ecology , Volume 23 (2) – Apr 1, 1942

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Wiley
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© Society for Community Research and Action
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0012-9658
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1939-9170
DOI
10.2307/1931081
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ECOLOGY ECOLOGY VOL. VoL. 23 23 APRIL, APRIL, 1942 1942 No.2 No.2 FACTORS FACTORS EFFECTING EFFECTING VEGETATIONAL VEGETATIONAL ZONATION ZONATION ON ON COASTAL COAST AL DUNES DUNES HENRY HENRY J. ] . OOSTING OosnNG Duke Duke University, University, Durham, Durham, N. N. C. C. AND AND W. D. BILLINGS w. D. BILLINGS University of Nevada, Reno University of Nevada, Reno sands of acres have been planted with INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION sands of acres have been planted with grasses. The success of these attempts grasses. The success of these attempts The The coast coast of of North North Carolina Carolina is is dis­ dis­ cannot yet be evaluated. cannot yet be evaluated. continuously continuously paralleled paralleled by by a a series series of of nar­ nar­ One One of of the the most most effective effective native native sand­ sand­ row, usually elongate islands. These low­ row, usually elongate islands. These low­ binding binding grasses grasses is is sea sea oats oats (U ( U niola niola panicu­ panicu­ lying lying sandy sandy "banks" "banks" may may support support a a lata lata L.) L.) which which is is found found in in abundance abundance on on sclerophyllous sclerophyllous forest forest

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EcologyWiley

Published: Apr 1, 1942

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