Treeline in Relation to Climate, with Special Reference to Oceanic Areas

  • Sakari Tuhkanen
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Abstract

Treeline is a very traditional, still fascinating, phytogeographical complex of problems. One of the problems is the climatic characterization of treeline. Proposals have appeared in the scientific literature for more than a hundred years concerning the climatic indicators that best denote the location of treeline. Often, however, insufficient emphasis is placed on the difficulties of delineating treeline. Difficulties include the indefiniteness of the concept of treeline, its highly variable nature both physiognomically and taxonomically, and the sparseness of representative climatological records from treeline environments. Some authors stress the diversity of treeline; others consider it to be almost ecologically equivalent world wide.

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  • Sakari Tuhkanen
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  1. 1.Department of GeographyUniversity of TurkuTurkuFinland

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