Boreal peatlands and plant diversity: what’s there and why it matters

Author
Locky, David
Faculty Advisor
Date
2010
Keywords
diversity , richness , rarity , peatlands
Abstract (summary)
Should plant conservation in western Canadian peatlands be an integral part of forest management activities? This research note introduces the concepts of plant diversity (richness and rarity) in a variety of peatland types from the perspective of forest management.
Publication Information
Locky, D. A. (2010). Boreal peatlands and plant diversity: What’s there and why it matters. Sustainable Forest Management Research Network Note Series, 58. Retrieved from http://www.sfmn.ales.ualberta.ca
DOI
Notes
Item Type
Article
Language
English
Rights
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