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  • Synecology of forest soil oribatid mites of Belgium (Acari, oribatida). II. Zoosociological
  • Biological indicator ; Bird ; Ecosystem ; Marine biology ; Marine ecosystem ; Oceanology ; Synecology
  • Biogeography ; Birds ; Climax ; Fauna ; Mediterranean States ; Natural landscape ; Synecology
  • Anatolia ; Bioclimatology ; Mountain ; Phytosociology ; Steppe ; Synecology ; Turkey ; Vegetation
  • Concept ; Ecology ; Ecosystem ; Epistemology ; Methodology ; Synecology
  • Anatolia ; Biogeography ; Forest ; Phytosociology ; Synecology ; Taxonomy ; Turkey ; Vegetation
  • Algae ; Ecosystem ; Fish ; Guadeloupe ; Habitat ; Ichtyofauna ; Marine biology ; Marine ecosystem ; Oceanology ; Synecology
  • Algeria ; Ecology ; Phytosociology ; Synecology ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • The study deals with the dry grassland plant communities of the sanddunes of the western Belgian coast, in particular the Tortulo-Phleetum arenarii. A description of the structure of vegetation correlated with synecology and syndynamics is given
  • Since 1970 the Department of Ecology of Jena University has been investigating the structure, function and succession of almost natural and immission loaded grassland ecosystems. The synecological investigations have been focussed
  • Biogeography ; Concept ; History of sciences ; Methodology ; Phytosociology ; Synecology ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Biogeography ; Drought ; Insect ; Mauritania ; Phytosociology ; Sahara ; Synecology ; Vegetation
  • The main plant-community of these grasslands is Succiso-Brachypodietum which is described on the basis of 45 floristic releves, synecologic and syndynamic information is given in the same time.
  • for the centuries to come. This demands thorough investigations of specific habitat selection and the careful consideration of synecological aspects such as causal chains (concerning food, nesting cavities a.s.o.) and the stability of communities.