Liv G. Velle and Vigdis Vandvik Succession after prescribed burning in coastal Calluna heathlands along a 340-km latitudinal gradient Journal of Vegetation Science 25
The coastal heathlands of north-west Europe have a wide distribution and a high conservation importance throughout their geographic range. We test the hypothesis that the bioclimatic gradient is a key factor shaping the post-fire regeneration dynamics in Calluna heathlands. Our results show considerable geographic variation, not only in species composition, but also in post-fire successional trends and dynamics.
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