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Epilithic lichen communities in the alpine zone of southern Norway

Marijke Creveld

Epilithic lichen communities in the alpine zone of southern Norway

by Marijke Creveld

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Published by J. Cramer in Vaduz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lichens -- Norway.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marijke Creveld.
    SeriesBibliotheca lichenologica -- Bd. 17.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination287 p. :
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14208042M
    ISBN 103768213137

    Gjøvik University College, Gjøvik, Norway ABSTRACT: A monitoring programme was started in the autumn on Dovrefjell, southern Norway, to measure ground temperatures in 11 boreholes approximately 9m deep along an altitudinal transect across the mountain permafrost transition zone. This is the first transect of this type set up in Scandinavia. Polish Botanical Journal 49(1): 79–91, NEW AND RARE LICHEN SPECIES OF THE POLISH TATRA MOUNTAINS ADAM FLAKUS Abstract: The paper reports the occurrence of 51 interesting lichen species in the Polish Tatra Mts. Eleven species are new to the area: Bacidia rubella (Hoffm.) A. Massal., Buellia papillata (Sommerf.) Tuck., Lecanactis dilleniana (Ach.) Körb., Lecanora.

    Epilithic, growing on the rock surface, Epiphloeodal, thallus growing on the surface of the bark, Epiphyllous, growing on leaves, Epithecium, upper layer of thecium (hymenium), Erratic lichens, unattached and drifting, Exobasidial, Steiner’s term for sporophore without a secondary sporiferous branch, Detailed pollen analysis and pine megafossils from the immediate area of Rødalen in Central Norway have revealed new knowledge of Holocene alpine environments. A period of about 1, years characterised by pioneer herbs, dwarf-shrubs (Betula nana, Empetrum) and Juniperus followed the Holocene climatic amelioration. Local birch forest became established around ka B.P., ca Cited by:

    three, juniper breaks; four, conifer forest; and five, sub-alpine. Although much archaeological research has been accomplished in four of the five zones, little research has been accomplished in the sub-alpine zone. My area of study, the sub-alpine zone, is located on or near the top of the mountains at a maximum elevation of 8, : Kent N. Good. Sargas Husnes Norwegian Clean Coal Plant Project Norway is located at Please Select. Location coordinates are: Latitude= , Longitude= This infrastructure is of TYPE CO2_Storage and CATEGORY Fuels and Resources.. It is operated by Sargas.


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Epilithic lichen communities in the alpine zone of southern Norway by Marijke Creveld Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Creveld, Marijke. Epilithic lichen communities in the alpine zone of southern Norway. Vaduz: J. Cramer, © Book. Epilithic Lichen Communities in the Alpine Zone of Southern Norway. Marijke; Lichen communities growing on rocks in the alpine zone of southern Norway and their ecology.

Read more. PDF | On Jan 1,Kenneth S. Johnson and others published Source rocks in the southern Midcontinent, symposium | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Lecanora cavicola Creveld, Host-Substratum/Locality: In a cave on a gneissic boulder: Norway References. Creveld, Biblthca Lichenol.

() Creveld, M. () Epilithic Lichen Communities in the Alpine Zone of Southern Norway. Bibliotheca Lichenologica J. Vol. 85, No. 2, Summer, Published by: American Bryological and Lichenological Society. Epilithic Lichen Communities in the Alpine Zone of Southern Norway by Marijke Creveld.

Epilithic Lichen Communities in the Alpine Zone of Southern Norway by Marijke Creveld (p. The lichen flora of the island of Vega in Nordland, Northern Norway. By Gunnar Degelius. [Acta Regiae Societatis Scientiarum et Litterarium.

Botanica no. 2.] Printed 10 12 [reverse of titlepage], distributed 13 01 [information University Library, Göteborg]. figures 7. Ove Almborn; Published online: 28 Marchpp. Floristic relationship between plant communities of corresponding habitats in southeast Greenland and alpine Scandinavia (SEG) and alpine Scandinavia (SCA).

Comparisons were made between corresponding saxicolous lichen communities, M., Epilithic lichen communities in the alpine zone of Southern Norway. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 17 Cited by: 7. Aptroot, A. and Triebel, D. () A new Phacopsis species on Paraparmelia and Xanthoparmelia in southern Africa.

- Nova Hedwigia 74 (): – (RLL List # / Rec.# - Recent Literature on Lichens) Creveld, M. () Epilithic Lichen Communities in the Alpine Zone of Southern Norway. - Bibliotheca Lichenologica J.

Define epilithic. epilithic synonyms, epilithic pronunciation, epilithic translation, English dictionary definition of epilithic.

adj growing on the surface of rock Adj. epilithic - growing on stone; "epilithic mosses" epilithic algal communities and substrate type on algal recruitment.

(Mexico) Epilithic diatoms (Bacillariophyceae. Creveld, M Epilithic Lichen Communities in the Alpine Zone of Southern Norway. - Bibliotheca Lichenologica J.

Cramer, Vaduz. [RLL List # / Rec.# ] SAXICOLOUS/ COMMUNITY ECOLOGY/ ALPINE/ NORWAY/ NEW TAXA/ ASPICILIA/ LECANORA/ LECIDEA/ PLACIDIOPSIS/ PLACOPSIS/ PHYTOSOCIOLOGY 77 figures. 25 tables. “A beautifully illustrated and practical guide to the alpine lichens Worth the carry for climbers and hikers heading for the hills.” (Irwin Brodo, Lichenologist at the Canadian Museum of Nature, and author of The Lichens of North America) “At last, a well-illustrated field guide to the alpine lichens of the Northeast, complete enough to cover the species most likely to be noticed Cited by: 1.

Lichens above Treeline: A Hiker's Guide to Alpine Zone Lichens of the Northeastern United States Paperback – on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lichens above Treeline: A Hiker's Guide to Alpine Zone Lichens of 4/5(2).

alpine lichens also came from the Clear Creek drainage. It is known, however, that Hall and Harbour visited Mt. Breckenridge in Summit County as well as the Hoosier Pass region.

A few alpine lichen records from the and trips have been found in Tuckerman (a, b). region (1,–1, m) and some terricolous and saxicolous lichens from the alpine zone (1,–2, m) were collected at five localities from Norway spruce, dwarf mountain-pine, and alpine grassland vegetation, and from bare rocks.

A total of 38 lichen species were identified; among them 13 taxa are mentioned for the first time in the. This paper explores the role of five recurrent epilithic lichen species (Aspicilia intermutans (Nyl.)Arnold, Xanthoparmelia pulla (Ach.) O. Blanco, A. Crespo, Elix, D. Hawksw. & Lumbsch, Rhizocarpon lecanorinum Anders, Tephromela atra (Huds.) Hafellner and Lecanora bolcana (Pollini) Poelt), which encrust granodiorite spheroidal boulders exposed in the Sila uplands (Calabria, southern Italy Cited by: “Medicinal Lichens”, by Robert Rogers LICHENS LUNGWORT (Lobaria pulmonaria) (Sticta pulmonaria) (Pulmonaria officinalis) ICELAND MOSS (Cetraria islandica) USNEA (Usnea spp.) REINDEER LICHEN (Cladina spp.) STUDDED LEATHER LICHEN, FAIRYFile Size: KB.

neighbouring counties, - Municipality: Text string in locality field: Text string in ecology field: Text string in collector field: Collected in or after and in or before AD. Include undated: Yes - No Herbarium accession number from to Latest edit date (): (works only for BG, O and hb Holien - for Field notes the value is replaced with record creation date).

Lysenfjord, Kierag, La Vida es Bella. Spaniards Edu Marin and Toti Vales, the former reputed to be one of the strongest rock climbers in Spain, climbed a new route on the l,m-high southwest face of Kierag.

Stavanger Region, Naeroydalen, Into the Wild and Fosslimonster; Eidfjord, Landplage Europe, Southern Norway. Climb Year: N/A. Publication Year: At the beginning of February Markus Stofer and I went to Naeroydalen in southwest Norway.

On a visit in I had noticed big icefalls forming in the fjords close to Gudvangen (Aurland). Gjærevoll O () The plant communities of the Scandinavian alpine snow-bed. Det Kong Norske Vidensk Selsk Skr I:1– Google Scholar Goehringa BM, Brook EJ, Linge H, Raisbeck GM, Yiou F () Beryllium exposure ages of erratic boulders in southern Norway and implications for the history of the Fennoscandian Ice by:.

The ecoregion follows the Scandinavian Mountains, and spans 11 degrees of latitude from the south to the two-thirds of the ecoregion is located in Norway, about one-third in Sweden and a small area touches the northwesternmost part of is a varied ecoregion, 1, km long, with a total area of approximately km 2 (slightly larger than Great Britain).The night of Ap scarred the way of life for the Sámi living in Sweden and Norway.

The event would alter life especially for the Sámi reindeer herder, both economically and culturally. When one of four nuclear reactors at the Chernobyl plant in Ukraine exploded, its effects were felt in countries thousands of kilometers away.Saxicolous lichen communities were influenced by the parent material of the rock and its pH.

Vegetation significantly influenced the type of lichens on the sites. Dry tundra locations exhibited a positive correlation between lichen cover and plant cover.

At the mesic sites, there was a negative relationship between plant cover and lichen cover.