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|Author||Joop Schaminée & John Jansen|
|Format||15 x 22 cm|
|Images||Illustrations, charts and tables|
|Year of publication||2018|
Continuous changes in the use and management of our environment, planning decisions that constantly revitalize the world around us, and last but not least the insidious process of climate change that makes nature more and more tested. The pressing question is: to what extent can the spring be stretched? Buigen of Barsten is about this current topic, a bundle of scientific reflections on the resilience of nature in our country.
This book include species and species groups (including orchids, fungi and aquatic plants) and communities such as dune grasslands, wet heaths and salt marshes. But also theoretical foundations and the use of models are discussed. What is the significance of having well-documented references in nature conservation and nature policy, how to deal with new landscapes? Each chapter is written by a student together with a renowned colleague.
This book is the seventh and final part of the series "Vegetation Expert Monographs".