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J. P. Norrlin

Flora Kareliae onegensis. I. Über die Vegetation von Onega-Karelien und die naturgeschichtliche Grenze Finnlands sowie Skandinaviens im Osten.

Norrlin J.P. (1923). Flora Kareliae onegensis. I. Über die Vegetation von Onega-Karelien und die naturgeschichtliche Grenze Finnlands sowie Skandinaviens im Osten. Acta Forestalia Fennica vol. 23 no. 4 article id 7103. https://doi.org/10.14214/aff.7103

English title: Flora in area of Ääninen (Onega)-lake in Russian Karelia – Vegetation of Onega Karelia area and the natural historical border of Scandinavia and Finland in East.

Abstract

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The first part of the text deals with a general presentation of the geographical, biological and cultural conditions of the studied areas. The second part presents the characteristics of vegetation classified according the forest types, with lists of species. Forested areas, open lands and swampy areas are dealt with separately. The Saoneshje peninsula is presented separately.

The third part of the text discusses the similarities of the natural conditions between studied area and respective part of Finland. The vegetation and amount of species is clearly more diverse in studied area than in parts of middle-Finland. The study shows that in respect to vegetation Onega-Karelia cannot be seen as a part of the same region than Finland.  

Original keywords
naturgeschichtlich; Skandinavien; Flora; Vegetation; Onega; Ääninen-See; Karelien

English keywords
natural historical; Scandinavia; vegetation; flora; Onega; lake Ääninen; Karelia

Published in 1923

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