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List of Contributors
1. Vegetation Ecology: Historical Notes and Outline
Eddy van der Maarel & Janet Franklin
2. Classification of natural and semi-natural vegetation
Robert K. Peet and David W. Roberts
3. Vegetation and environment: Discontinuities and continuities
4. Vegetation dynamics
Steward T.A. Pickett, Mary L. Cadenasso and Scott J. Meiners
5. Clonality in the plant community
Brita M. Svensson, Håkan R... MORE
6. Seed ecology and assembly rules in plant communities
Peter Poschlod, Mehdi Abedi, Maik Bartelheimer, Juliane Drobnik, Sergey Rosbakh & Arne Saatkamp
7. Species interactions structuring plant communities
Jelte van Andel
8. Terrestrial plant-herbivore interactions: Integrating across multiple determinants and trophic levels
Mahesh Sankaran and Samuel J. McNaughton
9. Interactions between higher plants and soil-dwelling organisms
Thomas W. Kuyper and Ron G.M. de Goede
10. Vegetation and ecosystem
11. Diversity and ecosystem function
12. Plant functional types and traits at the community, ecosystem and world level.
13. Plant invasions and invasibility of plant communities
Marcel Rejmánek, David M. Richardson and Petr Pyšek
14. Vegetation conservation, management and restoration
Jan P. Bakker
15. Vegetation types and their broad-scale distribution
Elgene O. Box and Kazue Fujiwara
16. Mapping vegetation from landscape to regional scales
17. Vegetation ecology and global change
Brian Huntley and Bob BaxterIndex
Eddy van der Maarel is a vegetation ecologist and has made a major contribution to the amalgamation of Anglo-American and European approaches in vegetation science. He is one the founding editors of the Journal of Vegetation Science. He is a member of the Royal Academies of Science of The Netherlands and Sweden and a honorary member of the British Ecological Society, the International Association of Vegetation Science and several other societies.
Janet Franklin (Professor, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University) is a vegetation scientist and landscape ecologist trained in geography and ecology. She is a former Associate Editor of the Journal of Vegetation Science and Applied Vegetation Science. She, like Eddy, is particularly interested in vegetation dynamics in response to natural and human disturbance, and the application of vegetation science in nature conservation and planning.