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ecology of peat bogs of the glaciated northeastern United States
Antoni W. H. Damman
by National Wetlands Research Center, Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||by Antoni W.H. Damman and Thomas W. French ; project officer, Walter G. Duffy.|
|Series||Biological report ;, 85 (7.16), Biological report (Washington, D.C.) ;, 85-7.16.|
|Contributions||French, Thomas W., Duffy, Walter G., National Wetlands Research Center (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||QH104.5.N58 D36 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||87600237|
Print book: Local government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Plant ecology -- Wisconsin. Peat bogs -- Wisconsin. Peat bogs. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. It is attempted to clearly distinguish between bogs on the one hand and swamps and marshes on the other. The principal elements and factors are listed in Eastern North America where bogs are frequent. This first paper attempts a general outline of the dynamics of bog vegetation in this region and describes the structures of the communities.
where n i is the peak height of one T-RF, N is the sum of all peak heights in that sample, and multiplied by 10, so the data could be analyzed using traditional ecological methods. Peak heights were used in preference to peak area due to overlapping peaks (Blackwood et al., ) and this method is more accurate at establishing relative gene abundances (Lueders and . Zuzana Urbanová, Petra Straková, Eva Kaštovská, Response of peat biogeochemistry and soil organic matter quality to rewetting in bogs and spruce swamp forests, European Journal of Soil Biology, /, 85, (), ().
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Soligenous bogs may form on hill slopes where groundwater seeps are present. Peat bog stream systems form along the bed of slow moving streams. Dammon, A.W.H., and French, T.W.,The Ecology of Peat Bogs of the Glaciated Northeastern United States, U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report 85() Supt. of Documents, Washington. Buy The ecology of peat bogs of the glaciated northeastern United States: A community profile (Biological report) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
Peat Deposits of Northeastern Pennsylvania By CORNELIA C. CAMERON STUDIES IN PEAT GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN A The use of physical characteristics of peat and geologic settings of the deposits as guides to peat resources UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON: Cited by: 8.
Abstract. A study of more than 70 fens in the Midwestern United States and a review of the literature indicates that these temperate zone wetlands may differ from fens of the boreal zone and are not adequately differentiated from the by present classification by: The ecology of peat bogs of the glaciated Northeast United States: A community profile, Biological Report 85 (), US Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC.
EC (). Council Directive 79//EEC of 2 April on the conservation of wild birds, OJ L. Stacks of peat, which was traditionally burnt for heating and cooking, dot an Irish bog.
Peat cutting has contributed to widespread drying of European peat bogs. Peat is a renewable, natural, organic material of botanical origin and commercial significance. Peatlands are situated predominately in shallow wetland areas of the Northern Hemisphere, where large deposits developed from the gradual decomposition of plant matter under anaerobic (low oxygen) conditions.
Peat has widespread use as a plant-growth medium in a variety of. Lakes, bogs, and wetlands are generally remnants of glacial recession twelve to thirteen thousand years ago. Average annual runoff ranges from 18 to 22 in ( to mm). Extreme peak flows may occur any time of year but are usually associated with.
Moreover, the Pb:Th ratios measured in the topmost layers of peat from these bogs ( to ) are comparable to the corresponding values for the cleanest peat samples ever found ( toaverage ±n = 18), namely those from the EGR bog in Switzerland [Krachler and Shotyk, ] and dating from to 14 C yr B.P.
Surficial geology is Pleistocene age. In the northeastern part, coastal lowlands are covered by glacial marine sediment (mostly clay).
Thin, stony till and glacial fluvial and glacial lacustrine sediment overlie bedrock inland. Cape Cod, Long Island, and Block Island are composed of thick, morainal and outwash sediment. WSL scientists working with a team of researchers from across Europe have found that peat bogs, despite their low biodiversity, can effectively withstand both moderate and glacial climates.
That. A bog or bogland is a wetland that accumulates peat, a deposit of dead plant material—often mosses, and in a majority of cases, sphagnum moss.
It is one of the four main types of names for bogs include mire, mosses, quagmire, and muskeg; alkaline mires are called fens.A baygall is another type of bog found in the forest of the Gulf Coast states in the.
Preserved vegetation from the gastrointestinal tracts of mastodons, which are generally found in former peat bogs, have occasionally been reported from the northeast United States.
– Recently, the skeleton of a mastodon was discovered within peat on top of an ice age end-moraine in Ohio. The remains yielded a discrete, cylindrical. Simon van Bellen, Dmitri Mauquoy, Paul DM Hughes, Thomas P Roland, Tim J Daley, Neil J Loader, F Alayne Street-Perrott, Emma M Rice, Verónica A Pancotto, Richard J Payne, Late-Holocene climate dynamics recorded in the peat bogs of Tierra del Fuego, South America, The Holocene, /, 26, 3, (), ().
Additionally, the book covers many unique features such as pitcher plant bogs, muskeg, the polar ice cap, the cloud forests of Mexico, and the LaBrea tar pits. “Infoboxes” have been added; these include biographies of historical figures who provided significant contributions to the development of ecology, unique circumstances such as frogs Reviews: 2.
Peat has been studied in several geologic settings: (1) glaciated terrain in cold temperate Maine and Minnesota, U.S.A.; (2) an island in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Maine, where sea level is rising; (3) the warm temperate U.S.
Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains, where sea level has changed often; and (4) the tropical coast of Sarawak, Malaysia, and the tropical delta of the.
A much later reference to peat and peat bogs as geological components of Earth’s sedimentary record is presented by Moore () and, in his discussion of the Varieties and Ranks of Coal, Moore characterizes peat as “ an accumulation of vegetal matter which has suffered varying degrees of disintegration and decomposition.” Thereafter.
Preserved vegetation from the gastrointestinal tracks of mastodons, which are generally found in former peat bogs, have occasionally been reported from the northeast United States,Recently, the skeleton of a mastodon was discovered within peat on top of an ice age end-moraine in Ohio The remains yielded a discrete, cylindrical.
A raised peatland of near-boreal latitudes of the glaciated northeastern and north-central United States and adjacent Canada. Often more than meters in diameter, they are dominated by low heath shrubs (sheep laurel, bog laurel, Labrador tea, leatherleaf) and patches of sedge and bryophyte lawns.
An integrated assessment of the ecological state and stability of permafrost peat plateaus in northeastern European Russia has been performed with regard to current climate changes. Analytical studies have revealed heterogeneity in the composition and properties of peat organic matter in active and permafrost layers.
Permafrost organic matter in peatlands is. Presently, large bogs are most commonly found within the boreal forest of Canada and northern portions of the United States (Figure 8). Sphagnum bogs also form in .The climate and vegetation of postglacial times has been much more thoroughly studied than have Pleistocene conditions.
Nearly years ago in the Danish peat bogs, Steenstrup found successive strata of buried forests not showing evidence of a steadily warming climate since glacial .Peat Bog Ecosystems Restoration of peatland and conservation of the Dwarf Birch (Betula nana) MSc student: Barbara Mayer () Since Maywe are studying plant-herbivore interactions along a drought gradient in a peat bog in Southern Bavaria (close to the towns of .