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geobotanical development of spring-fed mires in Finnish Lapland

Pertti Lahermo

geobotanical development of spring-fed mires in Finnish Lapland

by Pertti Lahermo

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Published by Geologinen Tutkimuslaitos in Espoo [Finland] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Finland,
  • Lapin Lääni.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Finland -- Lapin Lääni.,
    • Fens -- Finland -- Lapin Lääni.,
    • Paleobotany -- Holocene.,
    • Paleobotany -- Lapin Lääni.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 43-44.

      Statementby Pertti Lahermo, Veikko E. Valovirta and Aarno Särkioja.
      SeriesBulletin - Geological Survey of Finland ; 287, Bulletin (Geologinen tutkimuslaitos (Finland)) ;, 287.
      ContributionsValovirta, Veikko, joint author., Särkioja, Aarno, joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1133.F5 L29
      The Physical Object
      Pagination44 p. :
      Number of Pages44
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4476513M
      ISBN 109516900690
      LC Control Number79304144

      Chapter 5 in NWWG-CCELC (National Wetlands Working Group -- Canada Committee on Ecological Land Classification). Wetlands of Canada. Ecological Land Classification Series No. Environment Canada. Sustainable Development Branch, Ottawa, ONT, Canada, and Polyscience Publications, Inc., Montreal, QUE, canada. pp. Zoologicheskiy Zhurnal, 82, (In Russian) ALHONEN, P. & HAAVISTO, M. L. () The biostratigraphical history of Lake Otalampi in southern Finland, with special reference to the remains of subfossil midge fauna. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Finland, 41,

      You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Such spring-fed marshes are often called mires in the technical literature and can support some scarce and local orchids. In southern England valley mires are commonest, in which water seeps from the ground along the sides of a valley at the boundary of pervious and impervious rocks to form a long, narrow mire with a central stream.

      Königstein: Koeltz Scientific Books. A Strid author Flora hellenica 2. Ruggell: Koeltz Scientific Books. Importance of roadless areas in biodiversity conservation in forested ecosystems: Case study of the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion of the United States. The geobotanical Development of spring-fed-mires in Finnish Lapland Lahermo, Pertti; Valovirta, Veikko E.; Särkioja, Aarno In: Geological Survey of Finland Bulletin: 9 P.S, Paleoenvironmental and Tectonic Controls in Coal-Forming Basins of the United States Lyons, Paul C.; Rice, Charles L.


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