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Assessing similarities between observed ecological communities

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This document presents how to assess similarities between observed ecological communities. An ecological community is defined as a distinct assemblage of plant species with similar total species composition and vegetation structure that can often be associated with particular environmental conditions. Given the right conditions, it reoccurs predictably. Ecological communities can be separated into three major types: terrestrial, wetland, aquatic.

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June 1, 2014

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ecological communities plants

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Type
Fact Sheet
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2 pages

Frequency

Once

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Tourism, Parks, and Recreation (1992,2008-2014)

Contributor

Allen, L.

Place of Publication

Edmonton

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Topic
Environment

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Date Created

2014-06-01

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2017-06-20T19:13:40.194793

Date Modified

2014-06-01

Date Issued

2014-06-01

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