About this series
The series includes outstanding monographs and collections of papers on a range of topics in the following fields: Phytogeography, Phytosociology, Plant Community Ecology, Biocoenology, Vegetation Science, Eco-informatics, Landscape Ecology, Vegetation Mapping, Plant Conservation Biology, and Plant Diversity. Contributions should reflect the latest theoretical and methodological developments or present new applications on large spatial or temporal scales that will reinforce our understanding of ecological processes acting at the phytocoenosis and vegetation landscape level. Case studies based on large data sets are also considered, provided they support habitat classification refinement, plant diversity conservation or vegetation change prediction. Geobotany Studies: Basics, Methods and Case Studies is the successor to Braun-Blanquetia, a journal published by the University of Camerino from 1984 to 2011 in cooperation with the Station Internationale de Phytosociologie (Bailleul, France) and the Dipartimento di Botanica ed Ecologia (Università di Camerino, Italy) and under the aegis of the Société Amicale Francophone de Phytosociologie, the Société Française de Phytosociologie, the Rheinold-Tüxen-Gesellschaft and the Eastern Alpine and Dinaric Society for Vegetation Ecology. This series promotes the expansion, evolution, and application of the invaluable scientific legacy of the Braun-Blanquet school.