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Classification and Ordination

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Symposium on Advances in Vegetation Science, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979

Eddy V AN DER MAAREL This volume is the first of two volumes covering the Sym computer programmes for the rapid clustering and ordina posium 'Advances in vegetation science', which was held at tion of very large sets of reI eves and for (subsequent) table Nijmegen, The Netherlands, from 15-19 May 1979. This rearrangement (this volume as well as the book Data symposium was organized on behalf of the Working Group Processing in Phytosociology contain various new pro for Data-Processing of the International Society for Vege grams). What we do not have is a manual in which the tation Science. After this group held its final meeting two apparently successful methods are compared and applied years earlier it decided to continue its activities, but within a to some data-sets. H. Lieth, editor-in-chief of a new Junk wider scope. Most members of the Group felt that the series 'Tasks for vegetation science' already suggested to original aim, i. e. the introduction of data-processing and produce such a manual in this series. multivariate methods for use in the systematic description The present volume contains the texts of the lectures and of plant communities, was more or less fulfilled. The book most of the poster demonstrations of the first three sessions Data -Processing in Phytosociology, largely based on papers of the Symposium, dealing with classification and ordina in Vegetatio, edited by E. van der Maarel, L. Orloci & S.


Symposium on Advances in Vegetation Science, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979


The development of numerical classification and ordination.- Searching for a model for use in vegetation analysis.- An algorithm for predictive ordination.- Vegetation analysis and order invariant gradient models.- Evaluation of ordination methods through simulated coenoclines: Some comments.- On the interpretability of ordination diagrams.- Detrended correspondence analysis: An improved ordination technique.- Non-centred component analysis of vegetation data: A comparison of orthogonal and oblique rotation.- Some applications of principal components analysis in vegetation: Ecological research of aquatic communities.- On selecting indirect ordination methods.- Information efficiency and regional constellation of environmental variables.- A syntactic basis of classification.- The minimisation of random events in the search for group structure.- Rapid initial clustering of large data sets.- Hierarchical levels in syntaxonomy based on information functions.- Numerical approaches to lake classification with special reference to macrophyte communities.- Preliminary survey of the peat-bog Hummell Knowe Moss using various numerical methods.- Classification and ordination in the Indian Peaks area, Colorado Rocky Mountains.- Multivariate analysis of multispectral remote sensing data on grasslands from different soil types.- Ordinations as a tool for analyzing complex data sets.- Management and multivariate analysis of large data sets in vegetation research.- Reflections on the phytosociological approach and the epistemological basis of vegetation science.- List of participants.


Titel: Classification and Ordination
Untertitel: Symposium on advances in vegetation science, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979
EAN: 9789061936091
ISBN: 9061936098
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Netherlands
Anzahl Seiten: 200
Gewicht: 803g
Größe: H303mm x B215mm x T16mm
Jahr: 1980