Book Volume 10 1988

Vegetation mapping

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ISBN: 978-94-010-7885-6 (Print) 978-94-009-3083-4 (Online)

Table of contents (45 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-IX

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-2

      Preface

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      Pages 3-11

      Historical Sketch

  3. Basic Considerations

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      Pages 13-23

      The Nature of Vegetation

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      Pages 25-35

      Composition and Structure of Vegetation

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      Pages 37-50

      A Physiognomic and Structural Analysis of Vegetation

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      Pages 51-66

      Floristic Analysis of Vegetation

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      Pages 67-80

      The Classification of Vegetation

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      Pages 81-88

      Establishing a Floristic Classification

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      Pages 89-95

      The Nature of the Environment

  4. Cartographic Considerations

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      Pages 97-104

      Aspects of Maps

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      Pages 105-110

      Boundaries, Transitions and Continua

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      Pages 111-119

      Patterns, Colors and Symbols

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      Pages 121-133

      The Legend: Organizing the Map Content

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      Pages 135-147

      Examples of Vegetation Maps, their Legends and Ecological Diagrams

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      Pages 149-155

      Language of Map Text

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      Pages 157-162

      Other Technicalities

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      Pages 163-189

      Automated Cartography and Electronic Geographic Information Systems

  5. Methods and Procedures of Mapping

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      Pages 191-202

      General Considerations

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      Pages 203-207

      Survey Approaches

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      Pages 209-213

      Low-level Aerial Survey Techniques

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