Examination of mechanisms of early old-field succession in southwestern Ohio
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Examination of mechanisms of early old-field succession in southwestern Ohio by Deborah M Zimmerman

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Written in English

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  • Ecological succession -- Ohio,
  • Ecology -- Ohio

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Statementby Deborah M. Zimmerman
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Pagination40 leaves ;
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL14632437M

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Mechanisms in Old Field Succession zKeever (), Piedmont Plateau zWhat was the causes of early species replacements? zResults support the inhibition model and the facilitation model Molles: Ecology 3 Ed. Mechanisms in Primary Succession on a Volcanic Substrate z - Mt St. Helens, Washington erupted 9Disturbance set stage for succession. Succession is one of the longest-studied ecological concepts. Henry Cowles was the first ecologist to thoroughly characterize successional patterns, which he did in his classic study of sand. The sites included stands where ecological theory (Vitousek and Howarth ) or previous examination of [2] fixation suggest that [2] fixation, especially non-symbiotic [2] fixation in the rhizosphere, is likely to be highest - in old stands with a massive forest floor (sites 2, 4, 6, 10, and 17), on highly nitrogen-deficient soils (sites 1, 3, and 4), in stands on little. The vulnerable New England cottontail requires early successional habitat for survival. Early successional habitats Natural systems Currently, forest land covers a third of the United States and is an important source of early succession-al habitat for many species. Forest stands can natu-rally include both early and late successional stag-es.

agr. phyt. (Secondary succession on abandoned cropland; TEE , );s sucesión [f] secundaria (Serie evolutiva de la vegetación en campo de cultivo abandonado);f succession [f] sur friche agricole (Série évolutive transitoire anthropique sur les terres anciennement cultivées) ; syn. succession [f] sur friche résultant de l’abandon des cultures ;g Sukzession [f] auf Ackerbrachland. Clements; particularly that succession was readily predict-able. However, Clements did provide a l ogical framework for the steps in succession that I use to organize this dis-cussion. Fig. II will help to understand how each chap-ter fits into the scheme of successional mechanisms. This figure has evolved from early studies on Mount St. Helens. Start studying Old Field Succession. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. 3. Zimmerman, Deborah M. Examination of mechanisms of early old-field succession in southwestern Ohio. Thesis (M. En.)--Miami University, Institute of Environmental Sciences. Provides an example of previous successional experiments. 4. Luken, James O. Directing Ecological Succession. Chapman and Hall, New Dubuque, Iowa. More on.