TitleVegetation diversity and selected abiotic factors influencing the primary succession process on the foreland of Gåsbreen, Svalbard
Journal titlePolish Polar Research
KeywordsArctic ; bryophytes ; colonisation ; glacier ; lichens ; vascular plants
Divisions of PASNauki o Ziemi
PublisherCommittee on Polar Research ; Polish Academy of Sciences
TypeArtykuły / Articles
IdentifierISSN 0138-0338 ; eISSN 2081-8262
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