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Dune landscape development and changing groundwater regime: quantitative landscape succession with help of a GIS
Hartog, M.; van der Meulen, F.; Jongejans, J. (1992). Dune landscape development and changing groundwater regime: quantitative landscape succession with help of a GIS, in: Carter, R.W.G. et al. (Ed.) Coastal dunes: geomorphology, ecology and management for conservation: Proceedings of the 3rd European Dune Congress Galway, Ireland, 17-21 June 1992. pp. 119-127
In: Carter, R.W.G. et al. (Ed.) (1992). Coastal dunes: geomorphology, ecology and management for conservation: Proceedings of the 3rd European Dune Congress Galway, Ireland, 17-21 June 1992. A.A. Balkema [etc.]: Rotterdam. ISBN 90-5410-058-3. 533 pp., more

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  • Hartog, M.
  • van der Meulen, F.
  • Jongejans, J.

Abstract
    Aerial photo-interpretation and GIS where combined to develop transition matrices of the succession of dune vegetation structure resulting from groundwater level changes. The total cover of the vegetation only changes slightly while the vegetation height strongly increased. Ideas are presented as to how studies of this kind might be used for spatial surface pattern analysis and landscape succession modelling.

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