2 edition of Problems of Balkan flora and vegetation found in the catalog.
Problems of Balkan flora and vegetation
International Symposium on Balkan Flora and Vegetation Varna, Bulgaria 1973.
|Other titles||Problemy flory i rastitelʹnosti Balkanskogo poluostrova.|
|Contributions||Bŭlgarska akademii͡a︡ na naukite, Sofia.|
|LC Classifications||QK332 .I57 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||442 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||75332925|
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Get this from a library. Problems of Balkan flora and vegetation: proceedings of the first International Symposium on Balkan Flora and Vegetation, Varna, June[Botanicheski institut (Bŭlgarska akademii︠a︡ na naukite);]. Scree vegetation (13) – Scree vegetation (10) – Forbs and rosettes: Carda mine gl auca, Forbs and rosettes:S i l e n e m u l t i c a u l i s, Campanula (–)Author: Vlatko Andonovski.
Vegetation of deciduous forests in the Balkan Peninsula Прилози, Одд. п рир. ма т. био т ех. науки, МАНУ, 37 (2), 95 – ()Author: Andraž Čarni. Part of the Progress in Botany / Fortschritte der Problems of Balkan flora and vegetation book book series (BOTANY, volume 39) Abstract This eolian sedimentation was correlated with the latest occurrence of a steppe-like vegetation during the so-called Dryas Times, the real vegetation character of Cited by: Vasić O, Diklić N () The flora and vegetation on serpentinites in Serbia—a review.
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Moldova, country lying in the northeastern corner of the Balkan region of Europe. This region was an integral part of the Romanian principality of Moldavia untilwhen it was ceded to Russia. Upon the collapse of the Soviet Union init declared. Stevanović, V.
(ed.) Red data book of Serbian flora 1 (Crvena knjiga flore Srbije 1) Problems of Balkan flora and vegetation book i krajnje ugroženi taksoni).
MZSRS. Beograd. Stevanović, V. Assessment of biodiversity from internpretation to conservation. Example endemic vascular flora of the Balkan Peninsula Problems of Balkan flora and vegetation book biodiverziteta od interpretacije do : Fadil Millaku, Elez Krasniqi, Naim Berisha, Ferat Rexhepi.
Faculty of Pharmacy). She contributed 84 new taxa to the flora of European Turkey, and was awarded with a medal of honor in at the Second International Symposium on the Problems of Balkan Flora and Vegetation. Her first Anatolian excursion was to Uludağ with Prof. Heilbronn in followed.
Stevanović V. (ed.) Red data book of Serbian flora 1 (Crvena knjiga flore Srbije 1) (Iščezli i krajnje ugroženi taksoni). MZSRS. Beograd. Stevanović V. Assessment of biodiversity from internpretation to conservation. Example endemic vascular flora of the Balkan Peninsula (Procena biodiverziteta od interpretacije do : Fadil Millaku, Elez Krasniqi, Naim Berisha, Ferat Rexhepi.
From he intensified his efforts to complete the Flora of Turkey, which was finally completed in He was invited to serve as regional adviser for Turkey on the Flora Europaea project.
He was awarded the Symposium Medal during the International Symposium on the Problems of Balkan Flora and Vegetation, and was honoured by the Turkish. Velchev Problems of Balkan flora and vegetation book, Bondev I., Kozhuharov S.
Problems for conservation of natural flora and plants in Bulgaria. Problems of Balkan flora and plants. Works from the First International Symposium on Balkan flora and plants, Varna,BAS, Sofia.
The Problems of Balkan flora and vegetation book of the Balkan Peninsula, a Phytogeographical Study. xxii +with 15 plates, 10 maps in the text and folding map. Clarendon Press, Oxford, Price 30s. The author of this interesting book has made a happy choice in the area he has selected for the study of the special problems with which the plant-geographer has to.
A historical review of the mapping for AFE in the Balkan countries, cited in the last volume (16) from as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic (F.
R.) of Macedonia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, and Turkey (European part), is presented and achievements and problems discussed.
_____. Taxonomic problems and distribution of the species Arum nigrum Schott in the Balkan flora. In: D. Jordanov et al. (eds.), Problems of Balkan Flora and Vegetation. _____. Cytotaxonomical and phytogeographical investigation of the species Arum italicum Mill.
in Yugoslavia. Serpentine (ophiolithic) substrate covers large areas in the Balkans, more so than in any other part of Europe. These areas extend from north to south mainly in the mountainous central regions and represent specialized habitats for basiphilous-calcifugal plants. Biodiversity in the area is high, with a great number of interesting local and regional endemics.
The high. The surface of the summit (the highest point is variously stated at35 82 and ft.) is broken into small valleys and hills, and is covered with luxuriant vegetation, its flora including the superb orchid Disa grandi flora and the well-known silver tree.
However, significant degradation and loss of native vegetation has taken place since European settlement, principally as a result of human activity (Smith, et.
al., ). The native vegetation is directly related to land use and environmental change and is the most easily visible and perceived part of the landscape. Mexico: Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsíon Social, Paperback.  p., introduction, text in Spanish, illustrated with tables and figures (some folding,) very good in original wraps.
Flora of the Republic of Bulgaria, Red Da-ta Book of the Republic of Bulgaria, Atlas of the Endemic Plants of Bulgaria, in var-ious conspects, in the evaluation of rare and threatened species under the Red List of Plants project, etc.
In Bulgarian botanical literature he was the first to make an attempt at analyzing. This overlap has created problems in modern times, when more than one nation asserts its historical rights to the same territory.
One may call this problem of Balkan history the principle of "overlapping kingdoms." The arrival of the Ottoman Turks in the Balkans in the 14th century heralded a period of massive political change.
outlook and explanation of the complex phytogeographical problems of the Balkan flora. Plant Ecology Organizer: Branko Karadžić (Belgrade) Considering that the Balkan peninsula has many endemic, relic and rare plants and communities, the exchange during this sections should widen the understanding of the idioecology, synecology and vegetation.
This book covers studies on the systematics of plant taxa and will include general vegetational aspects and ecological characteristics of plant life at altitudes above m. from different parts of the world. This volume also addresses how upcoming climate.
With the five-volume work Flora Europaea nearing completion, it has become possible to prepare a reasonably accurate list of threatened vascular plants for the whole European continent. This paper gives an account of this international conservation project, and considers the use of such data in formulating policies of nature conservation on a national, continental and world by: 8.
the problems. In particular, much space is devoted to discussions ofthe effects tion on living Balkan plants at Kew. The book contains a large number of in this section of the book the geographer will find a fuller account of that flora upon which the present vegetation belts of Europe were superimposed than has.
Early Spring Flora of the Sub-Pannonic Steppic Grassland (NATURA Site) in Bilje, Northeast Croatia Tanja Žuna Pfeiffer 1, Dubravka Špoljarić Maronić [email protected] 1, Vanda Zahirović 1, Filip Stević 1, Milorad Zjalić 1, Katarina Kajan 1, Siniša Ozimec 2 and Melita Mihaljević 1Cited by: 1.
A major contribution on the Balkan Peninsula flora was accomplished by Hayek (–), although the most comprehensive study of the Balkan flora was that of Turrill who numbered Balkan endemic species, representing % of Cited by: Full text of "Conspectus of the Bulgarian vascular flora.
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The average altitude of the park is meters above sea level, and the vertical displacement is meters. Close to the park in Uzana locality is the geographical center of Bulgaria. Acta Palaeobot. 40(2): –, On the problems of the Pliocene floras in Lusatia and Lower Silesia* DIETER H.
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Flora and vegetation of the Aldomirovsko marsh protected area. – Ann. de l’Universite de Sofia “ki”, Faculte de Biologie – Botanique, 93, 2: Apostolova I, Meshinev T. Biodiversity of plant communities in Central Balkan National Park.
In: Sakalian, M. (ed.) Biological diversity of the Central Balkan National. Prof. Dr Stefan I. Kozuharov () On 24th AugustProf. Stefan Kofuharov lectures on the problems in the Bulgarian flora, and especially on the taxonomy and He was among the initiators of the First Balkan Flora and Vegetation Conference (Varna, ), the Conference for Mapping of the Balkan Flora (Sofia, ).
New approach for the classifcation of the Black Pine forest communities in Bulgaria was made in the paper. Te analysis of forest pytocoenoses from Vlahina, East and West Rhodopi and Balkan Range Mountains confrmed their separation into two classes – Quercetea pubescentis (low-altitudinal) and Erico-Pinetea (high altitudinal).
Te second class is represented from one Cited by: 1. Suggested Citation:"5 Monitoring and Measuring the Diversity of Life in Border Areas."National Research Council. Biodiversity Conservation in Transboundary Protected gton, DC: The National Academies Press.
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