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Jamaican Limestone Forests: Floristics, Structure and Environment of Three Examples Along a Rainfall Gradient

We describe forests from three areas of Jamaica, all on White Limestone but with markedly different rainfall regimes. The areas are Hog House Hill in the north-east with lower montane rain forest at c. 450 m altitude with a rainfall of c. 4000 mm yr-1; Broom Hall in the centre of the... Full description

1st Person: Kelly, D. L.
Additional Persons: Tanner, E. V. J. verfasserin; Kapos, V. verfasserin; Dickinson, T. A. verfasserin; Goodfriend, G. A. verfasserin; Fairbairn, P. verfasserin
Source: in Journal of tropical ecology Vol. 4, No. 2 (1988), p. 121-156
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1988
Keywords: research-article
Caribbean Region
Diversity
Island Floras
Jamaica
Leaf Size
Life Form
Neotropics
Rain Forest
Species-Richness
Xeric Forest
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