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Alpine vegetation of the Teberda Reserve, the Northwestern Caucasus =

Vladimir G. Onipchenko

Alpine vegetation of the Teberda Reserve, the Northwestern Caucasus =

Die Alpine Vegetation des Teberda Reservates, Nordwest-Kaukasus

by Vladimir G. Onipchenko

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Published by Geobotanisches Institut ETH, Stiftung Rübel in Zürich .
Written in English

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  • Teberdinskiĭ gosudarstvennyĭ biosfernyĭ zapovednik (Russia),
  • Russia (Federation),
  • Teberdinskiĭ gosudarstvennyĭ biosfernyĭ zapovednik.,
  • Russia (Federation),
  • Caucasus, Northern.
    • Subjects:
    • Mountain plants -- Ecology -- Russia (Federation) -- Teberdinskiĭ gosudarstvennyĭ biosfernyĭ zapovednik.,
    • Mountain plants -- Ecology -- Russia (Federation) -- Caucasus, Northern.,
    • Plant communities -- Russia (Federation) -- Teberdinskiĭ gosudarstvennyĭ biosfernyĭ zapovednik.,
    • Plant communities -- Russia (Federation) -- Caucasus, Northern.,
    • Teberdinskiĭ gosudarstvennyĭ biosfernyĭ zapovednik (Russia)

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesAlpine Vegetation des Teberda Reservates, Nordwest-Kaukasus
      StatementV.G. Onipchenko ; English edition by K. Thompson.
      SeriesVeröffentlichungen des Geobotanischen Institutes der ETH, Stiftung Rübel, Zürich ,
      ContributionsThompson, K.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK321 .O58 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination168 p. :
      Number of Pages168
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3638680M
      LC Control Number2002444448

      The research was conducted at the Teberda Biosphere Reserve (northwestern Caucasus, Russia). The experimental site was within an alpine lichen heath plant community on the south slope of Mount Malaya Khatipara (43'27'N, 'E at m above sea level). / ARCTIC, ANTARCTIC, AND ALPINE RESEARCH? Regents of the University of Colorado. The territory of the reserve is located on the northern slope of the eastern part of the Central Caucasus, at altitudes of m (in Wilpat - the highest point of the reserve) on the slopes of parallel, sub-latitude oriented ridges, divided by the longitudinal valleys of Pasture, Skalisty, Side and, in part, in the basins of the rivers.

      We investigated juvenile plants on the Hedysaro caucasicae-Gerametum gymnocauli meadows (Rabotnova and Onipchenko, ) of the alpine meadows of the northwest Caucasus. During the course of 5 years, we considered all juvenile plants on 16 plots of m2. We recorded sprouts and monitored their destiny. The dominant species were Hedysarum caucasicum Bieb. and Geranium . Teberda a city (until , a settlement) in the Karachaevo-Cherkess Autonomous Oblast, Stavropol’ Krai, RSFSR, under the jurisdiction of the Karachaevsk city soviet. Teberda lies on the northern slopes of the Greater Caucasus at an elevation of 1,–1, m, in the valley of the Teberda River, a tributary of the Kuban’. It is situated on the.

      The list of local flora of the alpine belt has been composed using the database of geobotanic descriptions carried out in Teberda Biosphere Reserve at true altitudes exceeding m. It includes species of flowering plants belonging to 57 families. Basal groups of flowering plants represented in the list. Influence of Alpine Plants on Soil Nutrient Concentrations in a Monoculture Experiment. Biological activity of alpine mountain-meadow soils in the Teberda Reserve. Monitoring of Kolka Glacier in – by terrestrial stereophotogrammetry (In Russian) (Northwestern Caucasus).


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[Vladimir G Onipchenko; Ken Thompson; Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich. Geobotanisches Institut.] -. Alpine vegetation of the Teberda Reserve, the Northwestern Caucasus.

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Request PDF | Alpine Ecosystems in the Northwest Caucasus | Plant geographical description of the area, syntaxonomy, spatial patterns, floristic richness, structure of plant communities in.

This chapter characterizes the flora and vegetation of the North-Western Caucasus, taking the Karachaevo-Cherkessian Republic (a mountainous region in the southwestern Russia) and the Teberda Author: Alexey V. Egorov, Alexander S. Zernov, Vladimir G.

Onipchenko. Request PDF | Alpine Ecosystems in the Northwest Caucasus | The morphological analysis of plant species is necessary for a detailed study of important features of plant communities, such as plant. for 77 species in four alpine grassland communities in the Teberda Nature Reserve, the Northwest Caucasus, Russia.

The percentage of AM species was similar (%) in all four communities. The mean rate of AM root infection did not differ significantly between four communities. It was shown that vegetatively mobile. Teberda Nature Reserve is a Russian 'zapovednik' located on the northern slopes of the western section of the Caucasus Mountains.

It is the most visited nature reserve in the Russian Federation, with overrecorded in Included in the reserve are a popular tourist complex and resorts in the surrounding areas. The terrain show extremes in variation: % forests, 20% meadows, %. The hypothesis of a trade-off between vegetative mobility and mycorrhizal infection has been examined.

The rate of root arbuscular-mycorrhizal (AM) infection and the extent of vegetative mobility (clonal with annual mobility more than 2 cm, clonal with annual mobility less than 2 cm, and non-clonal) was determined for 77 species in four alpine grassland communities in the Teberda Nature.

Chemical fractionation and 31 P nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy of humic acids (HA) and fulvic acids (FA) were used to characterize the forms of phosphorus and their changes within a toposequence of alpine soils at the Mt. Malaya Khatipara (Teberda reserve, northwestern Caucasus).

Sodium hydroxide extracted 66–82% of total phosphorus from A horizons and 28–51% from B horizons. The vegetation of the Caucasus is remarkably diverse, ranging from alpine meadows to montane conifer forest to arid shrublands and semi-deserts.

Of about 6, species of vascular plants, ca. 2, are endemic to the region. Plant species responses to the removal of each of the five dominant species were studied in an alpine tundra of the Teberda reserve of northwestern Caucasus, Russia, for 13 years.

While dominant pl. Teberda Reserve is covered with snow during most of the year. Crocus scharojanii Rupr. (VU) [left] occurs in many parts of the Caucasus and is especially abundant in Teberda. It comes into flower in late summer.

The genus Thymus is represented by 25 species in the flora of the Caucasus. Thymus pulchellus C.A. Mey. (EN) [above. Onipchenko, V. a: Alpine vegetation of the Teberda Reserve, the Northwestern Caucasus.

Veroffentlichungen des Geobotanischen Institutes ETH Stiftung Rubel Zurich 1− Onipchenko, V. b: Tipifikatsiya nekotorykh assotsiatsii skalno-osypnoi rastitel’nosti Severo-Zapadnogo Kavkaza.

Contribution of micromosaic structure of high mountain forests to ecological diversity of earthworms have been assessed. Intact forests of Arkhyz section of Teberda Nature Reserve were studied. The dominant types of forests have been recognized for the first time based on eco-coenotic classification.

The ecological conditions of their functioning have been studied. We studied long-term ( years) dynamics of alpine communities at the Teberda Reserve, NW Caucasus, Russia, to test the following hypotheses: (1) lower altitude species increase and high altitude species decrease their abundance as a consequence of climate warming; (2) such changes in abundance are more significant in communities with short growth season (due to persistent snow cover.

Results of long-term ecological investigations in four different alpine communities are discussed The structure differs considerably between communities within the alpine zone. Meadows and grasslands with moderate snow depth have the highest vascular plant biomass and annual production.

Plant productivity decreases in snow free communities (alpine lichen heaths) as well as in snow bed. Main soil types of the Teberda Reserve 9 Forest soils 10 Subalpine and alpine soils 10 Comparison of the floristic richness of alpine communities in the Northwest Caucasus and the Central Alps 69 Introduction and object description 69 Population biology of alpine plants Age structure and adaptation of the.

Onipchenko, V. a: Alpine vegetation of the Teberda Reserve, the Northwestern Caucasus. Veröffentlichungen des Geobotanischen Institutes ETH Stiftung Rübel Zürich 1−   Comparative analysis of the floristic richness of alpine communities in the Caucasus and the Central Alps. Vladimir G.

Onipchenko and; Galina V. Semenova; Article first published online: 24 FEB DOI: / IAVS - the International Association of Vegetation Science. Onipchenko, V.G., Alpine Vegetation of the Teberda Reserve, the Northwestern Caucasus. Veröff Geobot Inst ETH Zürich Onipchenko, V.

G., Semenova, G. V., Comparative analysis of the floristic richness of alpine communities in the Caucasus and the Central Alps.

Journal of Vegetation Science 6, –MIKHAIL S. BLINNIKO, University of Oregon- ALEXANDRA A. AKSENOVA and VLADIMIR G. ONIPCHENKO, Moscow State University Plant Interactions in an Alpine Tundra of the Northwestern Caucasus, Russia: 13 Years of Experimental Removal of Dominant Species Reactions of plants to the mechanical removal of five main dominants were stud­ ied in an alpine.The reserve has recorded 1, species of vascular plants, of which 20% are endemic to the Caucasus.

Most of the territory is forested, with sub-alpine and alpine meadows at the higher elevations. The coniferous yew trees in the Khosta sector can reach an age of over 2, years. The typical trees of the lower elevations are oak and alder.