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The Journal of Vegetation Science publishes original articles, short notes and review articles in the field of vegetation science, both methodological and theoretical studies, and descriptive and experimental studies of plant communities and plant populations. The Journal is the Official Organ of the International Association for Vegetation Science (IAVS).

Publisher: Opulus Press on behalf of International Association of Vegetation Science

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Volume 19, Number 3, June 2008

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Changes in the field-layer of Wytham Woods – assessment of the impacts of a range of environmental factors controlling change
pp. 287
Authors: Corney,, P.M.; Kirby,, K.J.; Le Duc,, M.G.; Smart,, S.M.; McAllister,, H.A.; Marrs,, R.H.

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Strong shifts in plant diversity and vegetation composition in grassland shortly after climatic change
pp. 299
Authors: Maria-Teresa, Sebastià,; Laura, Kirwan,; John, Connolly,

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Long-term effects of climate change on vegetation and carbon dynamics in peat bogs
pp. 307-xiii
Authors: Monique M.P.D., Heijmans,; Dmitri, Mauquoy,; Bas, van Geel,; Frank, Berendse,

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Urban domestic gardens (XII): The richness and composition of the flora in five UK cities
pp. 321-iii
Authors: Alison, Loram,; Ken, Thompson,; Philip H., Warren,; Kevin J., Gaston,

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Flood pulsing and metacommunity dynamics in a desert riparian ecosystem
pp. 373
Authors: Jere A., Boudell,; Juliet C., Stromberg,

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Functional traits and phylogeny: What is the main ecological process determining species assemblage in roadside plant communities?
pp. 381-viii
Authors: Valladares; Tena,, D.; Matesanz,, S.; Bochet,, E.; Balaguer,, L.; Costa-Tenorio,, M.; Tormo,, J.; García-Fayos,, P.

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Testing the intermediate disturbance hypothesis in species-poor systems: A simulation experiment for mangrove forests
pp. 417
Authors: Cyril, Piou,; Uta, Berger,; Hanno, Hildenbrandt,; Ilka C., Feller,

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Spatial structure along an altitudinal gradient in the Italian central Alps suggests competition and facilitation among coniferous species
pp. 425-436(12)
Authors: Emanuele, Lingua,; Paolo, Cherubini,; Renzo, Motta,; Paola, Nola,

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