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Ground water and vegetation in two peat bogs in northern MinnesotaAuthor(s): Roger R. Bay
Source: Ecology. 48(2): 308-310.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionPlant cover and water quality of bog waters are related to the surrounding ground-water flow systems in two bogs--one perched above and isolated from the regional ground-water system, the other nonperched and continuous with the regional system. The nonperched bog has higher pH, higher specific conductivity, and greater variety in plant cover than the perched bog.
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CitationBay, Roger R. 1967. Ground water and vegetation in two peat bogs in northern Minnesota. Ecology. 48(2): 308-310.
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