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Vegetation of the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon and California

Vegetation of the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon and California R. H. WHITTAKER Biology Department, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn 10, N. Y. TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE PAGE 279 East-West Gradation and the Prevailing I. INTRODUCTION .. Climax Type 308 Nature of the Study 279 Geology V. PROBLEMS OF CLASSIFICATION The Central Relation of the Klamath Forests Formations Climate .. Dominance-Types and Sociations 312 Culture and Disturbance Associations 312 Literature .. Quantitative Approaches to Continuity and Species Grouping 313 II. PROCEDURE Distributional Groupings 314 Study Areas ........ . 285 VI. FLORISTIC CoMPARISONS Vegetation Samples and Soil Data Life-Forms and Growth-Forms Arrangement of Samples in Transects 286 Species-Diversities 319 Evaluation of Transect Techniques Sample Similarities and Coenocline Transect Tables .. Differentiation . . 320 III. VEGETATION DESCRIPTION 291 Geographic Relations of Floras 323 Low Elevations on Diorite 291 VII. RELATIONS OF SPECIES POPULATIONS TO THE Low Elevations on Gabbro . THREE SOILS 325 Low Elevations on Serpentine and the Trees .......... . 325 Two-Phase Effect .. 299 Undergrowth Species 326 Forest Vegetation of Higher Elevations General Results .. 327 on Diorite .... 302 Rare Species and Serpentine Indicators 328 Vegetation of Higher Elevations on Serpentine VIII. CoNCLUSION 329 IV. CLIMAX INTERPRETATION 306 SUMMARY ....... . Fire Effects and Edaphic Climaxes The Coenocline http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Monographs Wiley

Vegetation of the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon and California

Ecological Monographs , Volume 30 (3) – Feb 1, 1960

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© Ecological Society of America
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0012-9615
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1557-7015
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10.2307/1943563
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Abstract

R. H. WHITTAKER Biology Department, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn 10, N. Y. TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE PAGE 279 East-West Gradation and the Prevailing I. INTRODUCTION .. Climax Type 308 Nature of the Study 279 Geology V. PROBLEMS OF CLASSIFICATION The Central Relation of the Klamath Forests Formations Climate .. Dominance-Types and Sociations 312 Culture and Disturbance Associations 312 Literature .. Quantitative Approaches to Continuity and Species Grouping 313 II. PROCEDURE Distributional Groupings 314 Study Areas ........ . 285 VI. FLORISTIC CoMPARISONS Vegetation Samples and Soil Data Life-Forms and Growth-Forms Arrangement of Samples in Transects 286 Species-Diversities 319 Evaluation of Transect Techniques Sample Similarities and Coenocline Transect Tables .. Differentiation . . 320 III. VEGETATION DESCRIPTION 291 Geographic Relations of Floras 323 Low Elevations on Diorite 291 VII. RELATIONS OF SPECIES POPULATIONS TO THE Low Elevations on Gabbro . THREE SOILS 325 Low Elevations on Serpentine and the Trees .......... . 325 Two-Phase Effect .. 299 Undergrowth Species 326 Forest Vegetation of Higher Elevations General Results .. 327 on Diorite .... 302 Rare Species and Serpentine Indicators 328 Vegetation of Higher Elevations on Serpentine VIII. CoNCLUSION 329 IV. CLIMAX INTERPRETATION 306 SUMMARY ....... . Fire Effects and Edaphic Climaxes The Coenocline

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Published: Feb 1, 1960

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