Oulangan kansallispuiston metsä- ja suokasvillisuus
Söyrinki N., Salmela R., Suvanto J. (1977). Oulangan kansallispuiston metsä- ja suokasvillisuus. Acta Forestalia Fennica no. 154 article id 7588. https://doi.org/10.14214/aff.7588English title: The forest and mire vegetation of the Oulanka National Park, Northern Finland
The Oulanka National Park is situated in the district of Kuusamo on the eastern border of Finland, close to the Arctic Circle and within the coniferous forest zone. It covers a surface area of 107 km2, and is known for the richness of its vegetation and flora, a product of a varied bedrock pattern including occurrences of dolomite. A description is given of the vegetation of the 9 forest and 47 peatland types distinguishable in the area by means of tables based on quadrat surveys. The distribution of each forest and peatland type is described in a vegetation map. The vegetation types are discussed in terms of the structure of their soil and the ecological and floristic features of their plant cover.
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kasvillisuus; metsätyypit; Lappi; suotyypit; kansallispuistot; suojelualueet
vegetation; Finland; Lapland; nature conservation; forest types; national parks; peatland types; vegetation types
Published in 1977
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