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Ecological studies on the secondary vegetation of a tropical montane habitat in Mindanao

Kellman, Martin C


Secondary vegetation may be defined as vegetation developed subsequent to human interference. Any human presence in an area almost invariably produces interference in some degree but the term is used here to describe only catastrophic human interference involving destruction of most or all of the above-ground living plant material. It is probable that even Paleolithic man, by the use of fire, was able to affect much of the earth' s natural vegetation in this catastrophic manner,...[Show more]

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Date published: 1967-02-27
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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