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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OMBROGENOUS»
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Encyclopedia of Geomorphology
Such considerations formed the basis of the early but long-standing systems of
mire classification. Von Post and Granlund (1926) subdivided mires into tbree
types: ombrogenous mires, developed under the exclusive influence of
Andrew Goudie, 2004
Diessel (1992) divides peat-producing wetlands into ombrogenous peatlands or
mires (owing their origin to rainfall) and topogenous peatlands (owing their origin
to a place and its surface/groundwater regime). A great variety of topogenous ...
Larry Thomas, 2002
A Nature Conservation Review: Volume 1: The Selection of ...
gradually raised the mire surface above the influence of ground water, so that the
living vegetation eventually becomes dependent on the atmosphere for its water
and nutrients (i.e. it becomes ombrogenous). Further examples of such ...
Derek Ratcliffe, 2012
Wetlands Through Time
Ombrogenous mires, or raised mires in which peat doming may occur, build up
above the topography in everwet climates (Gore, 1983; Clymo, 1987; Moore,
1989). Successions from topogenous to ombrogenous mires have been inferred
Stephen F. Greb, William A. DiMichele, 2006
Modern and Ancient Coal-Forming Environments
Areas that receive less than 60 mm of rain per month for two or more consecutive
months do not have domed ombrogenous peat deposits in Indonesia and
Malaysia (Schmidt and Ferguson, 1951; Morley, 1981). Studies of floral
James C. Cobb, C. Blaine Cecil, 1993
Symposium on Potential Productivity of Field Crops Under ...
According to Driessen (1978), the tropical peat may be classified into topogenous
peat and ombrogenous peat. Topogenous peat formation is similar to that of low
moor peat. It starts from the establishment of aquatic vegetation in the ...
W. H. Smith, 1983
Wetland Soils: Genesis, Hydrology, Landscapes, and ...
The difficulty of applying the ombrogenous-minerogenous gradient to southern
peatlands is evident from our data. One sees the expected decrease in rubbed
fiber content and increase in mineral ash, lignin, pH, %base saturation, and
Michael J. Vepraskas, Christopher B. Craft, J.L. Richardson, 2000
Bryophytes of the Pleistocene: The British Record and Its ...
In most cases the bog is ombrogenous bog (table 25); the Sphagnum-Calhina-
Eriophorum peats so well known from the highland zone and more sparsely from
the lowland zone represent oligotrophic mires unsuitable for the rich fen species.
James Holms Dickson, 1973
Coal and Coalbed Gas: Fueling the Future
Fueling the Future Romeo M. Flores. River channel Substrate Oligotrophic peat
Minerotrophic peat River channel Minerotrophic peat Stage 2 Stage 1 (
topogenous) Stage 3 (ombrogenous) FIGURE 3.18 Diagrammatic cross sections
Romeo M. Flores, 2013
Coal Systems Analysis
The type of domed mires generally used as analogs for mid-Pennsylvanian peats
are the ombrogenous peats of modern Indonesia and Malaysia (e.g., Cecil et al.,
1993). These peats obtain their water from precipitation in tropical climates ...
Peter D. Warwick, 2005
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