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Life Sciences - Ecology | Alpine Ecosystems in the Northwest Caucasus (Reviews)

Alpine Ecosystems in the Northwest Caucasus

Series: Geobotany, Vol. 29

Onipchenko, Vladimir G. (Ed.)

2004, XX, 410 p.

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From the reviews:

"This volume contains the main results of 20 years of fieldwork in the northwest Caucasus. … it can serve as a solid basis for further research and monitoring in alpine environments … . The book combines a comprehensive overview with the results of in-depth research. … the volume may be recommended for all interested in the Caucasus and in high mountain ecology in general, as it presents a rich diversity of scientific approaches to the study of relevant topics." (Jörg Stadelbauer, Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 25 (3), 2005)

 

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