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Ivanovsky, L.N. (2001) Paragenese and paragenesis of mountains relief in southern Siberia. Institute of Geography of RAS SB Publishing House, Irkutsk, 142.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Paragenese of the vegetation in ecosystems contact zones (in Lake Baikal basin)

    AUTHORS: Alexander Sizykh, Victor Voronin, Michail Azovsky, Svetlana Sizykh

    KEYWORDS: Paragenese; Phytocenoses; Lake Baikal Basin; Ecosystems

    JOURNAL NAME: Natural Science, Vol.4 No.5, May 18, 2012

    ABSTRACT: Phytocenoses in the ecosystems contact zones are characterized by a rather complex structural and dynamical more than one features and by specific development characters under definite physical and geographical conditions. Unlike zonal vegetation, such phytocenoses respond to all environment changes more rapidly. The structure of such phytocenoses allows to determine the way this or that scenarios of climate change would develop at any level of more than one ecosystems. A possibility to use the notion “paragenese” for characterization of phytocenoses under contrast conditions is considered. Paragenese is the development of phytocenoses which are not related to zonal vegetation types by their composition and structure. Probably, the communities from ecosystems contact zones are to be related to a particular “type” of vegetation. Phytocenoses in the contact of light coniferous taiga and extrazonal steppes, as well as relations between zonal forest-steppe at main areas of Lake Baikal basin served as examples for justification of use of the notion “paragenese” to characterize the development of such communities.