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Relationships between ecosystems and plant assemblages as responses to environmental conditions in the Lower Jurassic of Hungary and Romania

Jurassic palaeobotany and palynology. Part VII. Successions and floras. Progr. Natur. Sci., 16: 203-212. POPA M.E. & MELLER B. 2009. Review of Jurassic plants from the Anina (Steierdorf) coal mining area, South Carpathians, in the collections of the Geological Survey of Austria. Jb. Geol. Bundesanstalt, 149: 487-498. TER BRAAK C.J.F. & ŠMILAUER P. 2012. Canoco reference manual and user’s guide: software for ordination (version 5.0). Microcomputer Power, Ithaca, NY, USA. THEVENARD F. & BARBACKA M. 2000. Two leaf morphotypes

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Kohonen Artificial Neural Networks and the IndVal Index as Supplementary Tools for the Quantitative Analysis of Palaeoecological Data

Using Lake Sediments. Volume 5: Data Handling and Numerical Techniques. Dordrecht, Springer: 167-200. Legendre P and Birks HJB, 2012b. From classical to canonical ordination. In: Birks HJB, Lotter AF, Juggins S and Smol JP, eds., Tracking Environmental Change Using Lake Sediments. Volume 5: Data Handling and Numerical Techniques. Dordrecht, Springer: 201-248. Lek S and Guégan JF, 1999. Artificial neural networks as a tool in ecological modelling, an introduction. Ecological Modelling 120: 65-73, DOI 10.1016/S0304

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Early development of late Vistulian (Weichselian) lacustrine sediments in the Żabieniec swamp (central Poland)

of squares. Computers & Geosciences 13(1): 13–35, DOI 10.1016/0098-3004(87)90022-7. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0098-3004(87)90022-7 [21] Harmsworth RV, 1968. The developmental history of Belham Tarn (England) as shown by animal microfossils, with special reference to the Cladocera. Ecological Monographs 38(3): 223–241, DOI 10.2307/1942429. http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/1942429 [22] Hill MO and Gauch HG, 1980. Detrended correspondence analysis, an improved ordination technique. Vegetatio 42(1–3): 47–58, DOI 10.1007/BF

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A dendrochronological analysis of Pinus pinea L. on the Italian mid-Tyrrhenian coast

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Comments on the age and dispersal of Microtoscoptini (Rodentia: Cricetidae)

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Meta-analysis of dendrochronological dating of mass movements

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Climatic signals in tree-ring width and stable isotopes composition of Pinus sylvestris L. Growing in the industrialized area nearby Kędzierzyn-Koźle

chronologies ( Wigley et al ., 1984 ). Ordination of the pine populations and climate-growth relationship The principal component analysis (PCA) was applied to identify the short-time factors affecting tree-ring widths. The identification of PC1 and PC2 was based on an analysis of the component scores. The variables (n=52) were site sensitivity chronologies. The cluster analysis (CA) based on Ward’s method and 1-r Pearson’s distance has been used to analyse similarity of the response of each pine population to climate elements in the 1951–2012 period. The variables (n

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Landscape Archaeology in the Wādī al-ʿArab Region

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Vegetation Succession Along New Roads at Soqotra Island (Yemen): Effects of Invasive Plant Species and Utilization of Selected Native Plant Resistence Against Disturbance

., Wing, A., Rew, L. J., (2012). Human-mediated long-distance dispersal: an empirical evaluation of seed dispersal by vehicles. Diversity Distrib., 18: pp. 1-10. ter Braak, C., Šmilauer, P., (2002). Canoco reference manual and Canodraw for Windows user’s guide: software for canonical community ordination, version 4.5. Microcomputer power, Ithaca, NY, US. Theisen, M.S., (1992). The role of geosynthetics in erosion and sediment control: An overview. Geotextiles and Geomembranes, 11 (4-6): pp. 535-550. Young, K. R., León, B., (2007). Tree

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Antropogenically Created Forest Edge in the Starohorské Vrchy Mts. on the Example of Donovaly Village

Canonical Community Ordination (version 4.5), Microcomputer Power, Ithaca, p 352. Tichý, L. (2002). JUICE, software for veg. classification. Journal of Vegetation Science 13, pp 451-453. Whittaker R. H. (1967). Gradient analysis of vegetation. Biol. Rev. 42: 207-264. Yahner, R. H. (1988). Changes in wildlife communities near edges. Conserv. biol. 2, pp 333-340. Zerbe, S., Roweck, H. (1991). Waldränder in der Kulturlandschaft. Naturschutz u. Landschaftsplanung

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