A bioclimatic model for higher units of forest vegetation in the mountains of southern Central Siberia has been developed based on ordination of 560 complete geobotanical releves and correlation analysis between the main-axis values and climatic parameters. The ecogeographic series of communities arranged along the main axes throw light on specific features of the determinative influence of the vertical zonality of climate and its cyclonic (oceanic)–continental regime on the spatial structure of forest vegetation in different geographic sectors of the mountain system.
Russian Journal of Ecology – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 21, 2015
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