Editore: SPRINGER  (2014)


Translated by Isenberg, Philip Jointly published with the Museum of Nature South Tyrol as Publication of the Museum of Nature South Tyrol Nr. 8 2014, XXXVII, 769 p. 503 illus., 487 illus. in color. Richly illustrated with over 300 color photographs. Based on the authors numerous research surveys throughout the Dolomites. Includes comprehensive data of the Dolomite plant associations. The landscape and vegetation of the Dolomites have characteristics that are very particular. Some 2300 species live here, about a fifth of the flora in Europe as a whole. This book depicts what the plant cover of the Dolomites is composed of, how it was formed, and what future evolution may bring. The data presented is based on the authors’ combined botanical research, which consists of thousands of surveys throughout the entire region of the Dolomites. To explain the vegetation, 106 plant communities are described in detailed datasheets. Biological, geological, climatic and physical-chemical parameters are given for each plant community, including a description of the habitat, the indicator species, the floristic composition, distribution, conservation, and alteration risks, as well as a distribution map and a photo of the association. The associations are grouped into habitats, such as the human habitat, natural forests and meadows on the valley floor, the coniferous forest belt, screes, alpine vegetation on granite, porphyry, and volcanic rock, as well as on dolomite and limestones. In closing, the authors make a case for using the scientific information provided in the book for the conservation of the Dolomites, the heritage of all humanity.
Codice ISBN: 9783642310430

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