Subalpine Broadleaved Shrub Communities

  • Erika Pignatti
  • Sandro Pignatti
Chapter

Abstract

This is a description of the vegetation composed essentially of shrubs (species of Salix or Alnus viridis) or else of tall herbs. It occurs in wet or shady habitats: forest clearings, on stones, along waterways, and on montane slopes in the foggy prealpine belt.

Keywords

Broadleaf Forest Valley Floor Corylus Avellana Tall Herb Arctic Zone 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

References

  1. Aichinger E (1957) Die Zwergstrauchheiden als Vegetationsentwicklungstypen. Angew Pflanzensoz (Wien) 12:124 p; 13:84 p; 14:171 pGoogle Scholar
  2. Boiti Saffaro T (1968) La vegetazione del Passo di S. Pellegrino. Thesis in natural sciences, University of Trieste, Trieste (89 p with 11 tables)Google Scholar
  3. Boiti I, Lasen C, Boiti Saffaro T (1989) La vegetazione della Val Venegia. Manfrini Ed., Calliano, TN, 164 pGoogle Scholar
  4. Brandes D (1979) Die Ruderalgesellschaften Osttirols. Mitt Flor Soz Arbeitsgem NF 21:31–47Google Scholar
  5. Del Favero R, Lasen C (1993) La vegetazione forestale del Veneto, 2nd edn. Libreria Progetto Edit, Padova, p 314Google Scholar
  6. Eggensberger P (1994) Die Pflanzengesellschaften der subalpinen und alpinen Stufe der Ammergauer Alpen und ihre Stellung in den Ostalpen. Ber Bayer Bot Ges Beih 8, 239 pGoogle Scholar
  7. Grabherr G, Mucina L (1993) Die Pflanzengesellschaften Österreichs, 3 vols. G. Fischer, JenaGoogle Scholar
  8. Grabherr G, Mucina L et al (1993) Die Pflanzengesellschaften Österreichs, vol 1: 176. Fischer Verlag, JenaGoogle Scholar
  9. Niederbrunner F (1975) Die Vegetation der Sextner Dolomiten. Dissertation, University of Innsbruck, InnsbruckGoogle Scholar
  10. Pignatti S (1981) Carta dei complessi di vegetazione di Cortina d’ Ampezzo. CNR, pubbl. AQ/1/189. Roma, 39 pGoogle Scholar
  11. Pignatti E, Pignatti S (1995) Lista delle unità vegetazionali delle Dolomiti. Atti dei Convegni Lincei 115:175–188Google Scholar
  12. Pitt F, Codogno M (1997) Fitosociologia ed ecologia delle ontanete subalpine. Rev Valdot Hist Nat 51:239–249Google Scholar
  13. Villani G (1983) I pascoli delle Vette di Feltre. Studia Geobot 3:191–220Google Scholar
  14. Wallossek C (1990) Vegetationskundlich-ökologische Untersuchungen in der alpinen Stufe am SW-Rand der Dolomiten (Prov. Bozen und Trient). Diss Bot Bd 154. Cramer, Berlin, 136 pGoogle Scholar
  15. Zupančič M, Žagar V (2001) Asociacija Salicetum waldsteinianae Beger 1922 v jugovzhdnih apneniskih Alpah (Slovenija). Razprave iv razreda SAZU 42(2):275–310Google Scholar
  16. Peer T (1991) Karte der aktuellen Vegetation Südtirols. Autonome Provinz Bozen-Südtirol. Lithopress, WienGoogle Scholar
  17. Aichinger E (1933) Vegetationskunde der Karawanken. Gustav Fischer, JenaGoogle Scholar
  18. Aichinger E (1933) Vegetationskunde der Karawanken. Gustav Fischer, JenaGoogle Scholar
  19. Credaro V, Pirola A (1975) La vegetazione della provincia di Sondrio. Ed. Amm. Prov. SondrioGoogle Scholar
  20. Oberdorfer E (1978) Süddeutsche Pflanzengesellschaften. Teil II. Fischer, Jena, pp 329–341Google Scholar
  21. Smettan H (1981) Die Pflanzengesellschaften des Kaisergebirges/Tirol. Verein Schutz der Bergwelt, 180 pGoogle Scholar
  22. Poldini L, Vidali M (1995) Cenosi arbustive nelle Alpi sudorientali (NE – Italia). Coll Phytosoc 24:141–167Google Scholar
  23. Giacomini V, Pirola A, Wikus E (1963) I pascoli dell’alta Valle di S. Giacomo (Spluga). C.N.R. – Fondaz. probl. mont. arco alpino. Pubb. n. 48. Gianasso Ed, Sondrio, 256 pGoogle Scholar
  24. Lippert W (1966) Die Pflanzengesellschaften des Naturschutzgebietes Berchtesgaden. Ber Bayer Bot Ges 39:67–122Google Scholar
  25. Pedrotti F (1981) Carta della vegetazione del foglio Trento. CNR, RomaGoogle Scholar
  26. Montacchini F et al (1982) Carta della vegetazione della Valle di Susa ed evidenziazione dell’influsso antropico. Collana del Progr. Finalizz. “Promozione della qualità dell’ambiente”. CNR, Roma, AQ/1/220Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Naturmuseum Südtirol 2014

Authors and Affiliations

  • Erika Pignatti
    • 1
  • Sandro Pignatti
    • 1
  1. 1.RomeItaly

Personalised recommendations