3 edition of European mires found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter D. Moore.|
|Contributions||Moore, Peter D.|
|LC Classifications||GB628.42 .E97 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 367 p. :|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||83071884|
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European Mires brings together in a single volume the various ideas and approaches to the classification and nomenclature of mire types, set out in a single language, namely English. It provides a set of clear explanations of how ecologists view their mires in different parts of Europe.
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European Mires brings together in a single volume the various ideas and approaches to the classification and nomenclature of mire types, set out in a single language, namely English. It provides a set of clear explanations of how ecologists view their mires in different parts of Edition: 1.
About European mires book book. The European continent features an impressive variety of mires and peatlands. Polygon, palsa, and aapa mires, concentric and eccentric bogs, spring and percolation fens, coastal marshes, blanket bogs, saline fens, acid, alkaline, nutrient poor, nutrient rich: the peatlands of Europe represent unique ecosystem biodiversity and harbour a large treasure of flora and fauna typical of.
The book contains nine chapters and begins with a discussion of the classification of mires in Europe. This is followed by separate chapters on Finnish mires types, Estonian bogs, the mire types of the German Democratic Republic; and the vegetation and development of Central European mires.
This book describes the 60 species of European Sphagnum mosses for both identification in field conditions and for microscopic work in the laboratory. The main emphasis is on the illustrations, mainly photographs, showing both the macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of the species.
Distribution of each species in Europe is given as well as the latest changes in taxonomy. European mires. [Peter D Moore;] -- European Mires brings together in a single volume the various ideas and approaches to the classification and nomenclature of mire. This book provides the first comprehensive and up-to-date overview of mires and peatlands in biogeographic Europe.
Authored by mire specialists, the extensive volume describes mire and peatland types, terms, extent, distribution, use, conservation, and restoration, individually for each European country and in an integrated manner for the.
The map was constructed by merging national datasets in GIS while maintaining the mapping scales of the original input data. This ‘bottom-up’ approach indicates that the overall area of peatland in Europe iskm². Mires were found to cover more thankm² (around 54 % of the total peatland area).File Size: KB.
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Löfroth M. European mires – an IMCG project studying distribution and conservation. In: Grünig A, editor. Mires and man: mire conservation in a densely populated country – the Swiss experience.
Birmensdorf: Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research; p. The IMCG European Mires Book (ZMires and peatlands of Europe – status, distribution and conservation ( p., authors, edited by Hans Joosten, Franziska Tanneberger and Asbjørn Moen) was (after 27 years ofFile Size: 3MB.
Based on the ‘European Mires Book’ of the International Mire Conservation Group (IMCG), this article provides a composite map of national datasets as the first comprehensive peatland map for the whole of Europe.
We also present estimates of the extent of peatlands and mires in each European country individually and for the entire continent. This book provides - for the first time in history - a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of mires and peatlands in biogeographic Europe.
Written by authors, the book describes mire and peatland types, terms, extent, distribution, use, conservation, and restoration individually for each country and integrated for the entire continent.
Sphagnum mosses: the stars of European mires by Jukka Laine, Kjell Ivar Flatberg, Pirkko Harju, Tuuli Timonen, Kari Juhani Minkkinen, Anna Laine, Eeva-Stiina Tuittila and Harri Tapani Vasander, Helsinki, Department of Forest Sciences, University of Helsinki,pp., € from Holvi Payment Services in Finland, £– from.
"A masterpiece in Sphagnum literature" – Harald Kürschner, Germany "Sphagnum is the most common genera of mires and in peat. And the book is the most important of all books regarding Sphagnum.
And I think the book will be number one for a long period!” – Asbjorn Moen, Norway "Lyhyestä virsi kaunis, mutta onhan tämä uutuus todella upea. Additional Physical Format: Online version: European mires.
London ; Orlando: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource. Sphagnum Mosses — The Stars of European Mi-res. University of Helsinki Department of Forest Sciences, Sphagna Ky.
When I received the book “Sphagnum Mosses – The Stars of European Mires” by mail then my very first sincere impression was “wow”, what a book with so many good photos from species and their Size: KB. Best books written by European Authors Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
Based on the ‘ European Mires Book ’ of the International Mire Conservation Group (IMCG), th is article. Key words: peatland distribution, peatland drainage, GIS, Global Peatland Database, European Mires Book The relevance of drained peatlands to climate change due to emission of huge amounts of greenhouse gases has recently been recognised e.g.
by IPCC, FAO, and the European Union. Oppositely, natural and restored peatlands provide ecosystem services like enhancing Author: Franziska Tanneberger, Alexandra Barthelmes, Cosima Tegetmeyer, Stephan Busse, Hans Joosten.Raeymaekers () reports that European Union (EU) countries have lost more than 70 % of their original mire area.
The occurrence of mires in Portugal is not considered to be representative of.The EU started life as a small trading bloc but now spans 28 (soon to be 27) countries with half a billion people. What can be done to help its institutions catch up with the new reality? Giles Merritt, author of Slippery Slope: Brexit and Europe's Troubled Future, has some ideas.