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Formalized classification of European fen vegetation at the alliance level

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Formalized classification of European fen vegetation at the alliance level. / Peterka, Tomas; Hajek, Michal; Jirousek, Martin; Jiménez-Alfaro, Borja ; Aunina, Liene; Bergamini, Ariel; Dité, Daniel; Felbaba-Klushyna, Ljuba; Graf, Ulrich; Hajkova, Petra; Hettenbergerova, Eva; Ivchenko, Tatiana G.; Jansen, Florian; Koroleva, Natalia E.; Lapshina, Elena D.; Lazarevic, Pedrag M.; Moen, Asbjorn; Napreenko, Maxim G.; Pawlikowski, Pawel; Pleskova, Zuzana ; Sekulova, Lucia; Smagin, Viktor A.; Tahvanainen, Temuu; Thiele, Annett; Bita-Nicolae, Claudia; Biurrun, Idoia ; Brisse, Henry; Custerevska, Renata; De Bie, Els; Ewald, Jorg; FitzPatrick, Una; Kacki, Zygmunt; Kuzemko, Anna; Landucci, Flavia; Moeslund, Jesper E.; Pérez-Haase, Aaron; Rasomavicius, Valerijus; Rodwell, John S.; Schaminée, Joop H.J.; Silc, Urban; Stancic, Zvjezdana; Chytry, Milan.

In: Applied Vegetation Science, Vol. 20, Nr. 1, 01.2017, blz. 124-142.

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Peterka, T, Hajek, M, Jirousek, M, Jiménez-Alfaro, B, Aunina, L, Bergamini, A, Dité, D, Felbaba-Klushyna, L, Graf, U, Hajkova, P, Hettenbergerova, E, Ivchenko, TG, Jansen, F, Koroleva, NE, Lapshina, ED, Lazarevic, PM, Moen, A, Napreenko, MG, Pawlikowski, P, Pleskova, Z, Sekulova, L, Smagin, VA, Tahvanainen, T, Thiele, A, Bita-Nicolae, C, Biurrun, I, Brisse, H, Custerevska, R, De Bie, E, Ewald, J, FitzPatrick, U, Kacki, Z, Kuzemko, A, Landucci, F, Moeslund, JE, Pérez-Haase, A, Rasomavicius, V, Rodwell, JS, Schaminée, JHJ, Silc, U, Stancic, Z & Chytry, M 2017, 'Formalized classification of European fen vegetation at the alliance level', Applied Vegetation Science, vol. 20, nr. 1, blz. 124-142. https://doi.org/10.1111/avsc.12271

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Peterka, T., Hajek, M., Jirousek, M., Jiménez-Alfaro, B., Aunina, L., Bergamini, A., ... Chytry, M. (2017). Formalized classification of European fen vegetation at the alliance level. Applied Vegetation Science, 20(1), 124-142. https://doi.org/10.1111/avsc.12271

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Peterka, Tomas ; Hajek, Michal ; Jirousek, Martin ; Jiménez-Alfaro, Borja ; Aunina, Liene ; Bergamini, Ariel ; Dité, Daniel ; Felbaba-Klushyna, Ljuba ; Graf, Ulrich ; Hajkova, Petra ; Hettenbergerova, Eva ; Ivchenko, Tatiana G. ; Jansen, Florian ; Koroleva, Natalia E. ; Lapshina, Elena D. ; Lazarevic, Pedrag M. ; Moen, Asbjorn ; Napreenko, Maxim G. ; Pawlikowski, Pawel ; Pleskova, Zuzana ; Sekulova, Lucia ; Smagin, Viktor A. ; Tahvanainen, Temuu ; Thiele, Annett ; Bita-Nicolae, Claudia ; Biurrun, Idoia ; Brisse, Henry ; Custerevska, Renata ; De Bie, Els ; Ewald, Jorg ; FitzPatrick, Una ; Kacki, Zygmunt ; Kuzemko, Anna ; Landucci, Flavia ; Moeslund, Jesper E. ; Pérez-Haase, Aaron ; Rasomavicius, Valerijus ; Rodwell, John S. ; Schaminée, Joop H.J. ; Silc, Urban ; Stancic, Zvjezdana ; Chytry, Milan. / Formalized classification of European fen vegetation at the alliance level. In: Applied Vegetation Science. 2017 ; Vol. 20, Nr. 1. blz. 124-142.

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title = "Formalized classification of European fen vegetation at the alliance level",
abstract = "Aims: Phytosociological classification of fen vegetation (Scheuchzerio palustris-Caricetea fuscae class) differs among European countries. Here we propose a unified vegetation classification of European fens at the alliance level to provide unequivocal assignment rules for individual vegetation plots, to identify diagnostic species of fen alliances, and to map their distribution.Location: Europe, western Siberia and south-eastern Greenland.Methods: 29 049 vegetation-plot records of fens were selected using a list of specialist fen species. Formal definitions of alliances were created using the presence, absence and abundance of Cocktail-based species groups and indicator species. DCA visualized the similarities among the alliances in an ordination space. The ISOPAM algorithm was applied to regional subsets with homogeneous plot size to check whether the classification based on formal definitions matches the results of unsupervised classifications.Results: The following alliances were defined: Caricion viridulo-trinervis (sub-halophytic Atlantic dune-slack fens), Caricion davallianae (temperate calcareous fens), Caricion atrofusco-saxatilis (arcto-alpine calcareous fens), Stygio-Caricion limosae (boreal topogenic brown-moss fens), Sphagno warnstorfii-Tomentypnion nitentis (Sphagnum-brown-moss rich fens), Saxifrago-Tomentypnion (continental to boreo-continental nitrogen-limited brown-moss rich fens), Narthecion scardici (alpine fens with Balkan endemics), Caricion stantis (arctic brown-moss rich fens), Anagallido tenellae-Juncion bulbosi (Ibero-Atlantic moderately rich fens), Drepanocladion exannulati (arcto-boreal-alpine non-calcareous fens), Caricion fuscae (temperate moderately rich fens), Sphagno-Caricion canescentis (poor fens) and Scheuchzerion palustris (dystrophic hollows). The main variation in the species composition of European fens reflected site chemistry (pH, mineral richness) and sorted the plots from calcareous and extremely rich fens, through rich and moderately rich fens, to poor fens and dystrophic hollows. ISOPAM classified regional subsets according to this gradient, illustrating the ecological meaningfulness of this classification concept on both the regional and continental scale. Geographical/macroclimatic variation was reflected in the second most important gradient.Conclusions: The pan-European classification of fen vegetation was proposed. Formal definitions developed here allow consistent and unequivocal assignment of individual vegetation plots to fen alliances at the continental scale.",
author = "Tomas Peterka and Michal Hajek and Martin Jirousek and Borja Jim{\'e}nez-Alfaro and Liene Aunina and Ariel Bergamini and Daniel Dit{\'e} and Ljuba Felbaba-Klushyna and Ulrich Graf and Petra Hajkova and Eva Hettenbergerova and Ivchenko, {Tatiana G.} and Florian Jansen and Koroleva, {Natalia E.} and Lapshina, {Elena D.} and Lazarevic, {Pedrag M.} and Asbjorn Moen and Napreenko, {Maxim G.} and Pawel Pawlikowski and Zuzana Pleskova and Lucia Sekulova and Smagin, {Viktor A.} and Temuu Tahvanainen and Annett Thiele and Claudia Bita-Nicolae and Idoia Biurrun and Henry Brisse and Renata Custerevska and {De Bie}, Els and Jorg Ewald and Una FitzPatrick and Zygmunt Kacki and Anna Kuzemko and Flavia Landucci and Moeslund, {Jesper E.} and Aaron P{\'e}rez-Haase and Valerijus Rasomavicius and Rodwell, {John S.} and Schamin{\'e}e, {Joop H.J.} and Urban Silc and Zvjezdana Stancic and Milan Chytry",
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month = "1",
doi = "10.1111/avsc.12271",
language = "English",
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journal = "Applied Vegetation Science",
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T1 - Formalized classification of European fen vegetation at the alliance level

AU - Peterka, Tomas

AU - Hajek, Michal

AU - Jirousek, Martin

AU - Jiménez-Alfaro, Borja

AU - Aunina, Liene

AU - Bergamini, Ariel

AU - Dité, Daniel

AU - Felbaba-Klushyna, Ljuba

AU - Graf, Ulrich

AU - Hajkova, Petra

AU - Hettenbergerova, Eva

AU - Ivchenko, Tatiana G.

AU - Jansen, Florian

AU - Koroleva, Natalia E.

AU - Lapshina, Elena D.

AU - Lazarevic, Pedrag M.

AU - Moen, Asbjorn

AU - Napreenko, Maxim G.

AU - Pawlikowski, Pawel

AU - Pleskova, Zuzana

AU - Sekulova, Lucia

AU - Smagin, Viktor A.

AU - Tahvanainen, Temuu

AU - Thiele, Annett

AU - Bita-Nicolae, Claudia

AU - Biurrun, Idoia

AU - Brisse, Henry

AU - Custerevska, Renata

AU - De Bie, Els

AU - Ewald, Jorg

AU - FitzPatrick, Una

AU - Kacki, Zygmunt

AU - Kuzemko, Anna

AU - Landucci, Flavia

AU - Moeslund, Jesper E.

AU - Pérez-Haase, Aaron

AU - Rasomavicius, Valerijus

AU - Rodwell, John S.

AU - Schaminée, Joop H.J.

AU - Silc, Urban

AU - Stancic, Zvjezdana

AU - Chytry, Milan

PY - 2017/1

Y1 - 2017/1

N2 - Aims: Phytosociological classification of fen vegetation (Scheuchzerio palustris-Caricetea fuscae class) differs among European countries. Here we propose a unified vegetation classification of European fens at the alliance level to provide unequivocal assignment rules for individual vegetation plots, to identify diagnostic species of fen alliances, and to map their distribution.Location: Europe, western Siberia and south-eastern Greenland.Methods: 29 049 vegetation-plot records of fens were selected using a list of specialist fen species. Formal definitions of alliances were created using the presence, absence and abundance of Cocktail-based species groups and indicator species. DCA visualized the similarities among the alliances in an ordination space. The ISOPAM algorithm was applied to regional subsets with homogeneous plot size to check whether the classification based on formal definitions matches the results of unsupervised classifications.Results: The following alliances were defined: Caricion viridulo-trinervis (sub-halophytic Atlantic dune-slack fens), Caricion davallianae (temperate calcareous fens), Caricion atrofusco-saxatilis (arcto-alpine calcareous fens), Stygio-Caricion limosae (boreal topogenic brown-moss fens), Sphagno warnstorfii-Tomentypnion nitentis (Sphagnum-brown-moss rich fens), Saxifrago-Tomentypnion (continental to boreo-continental nitrogen-limited brown-moss rich fens), Narthecion scardici (alpine fens with Balkan endemics), Caricion stantis (arctic brown-moss rich fens), Anagallido tenellae-Juncion bulbosi (Ibero-Atlantic moderately rich fens), Drepanocladion exannulati (arcto-boreal-alpine non-calcareous fens), Caricion fuscae (temperate moderately rich fens), Sphagno-Caricion canescentis (poor fens) and Scheuchzerion palustris (dystrophic hollows). The main variation in the species composition of European fens reflected site chemistry (pH, mineral richness) and sorted the plots from calcareous and extremely rich fens, through rich and moderately rich fens, to poor fens and dystrophic hollows. ISOPAM classified regional subsets according to this gradient, illustrating the ecological meaningfulness of this classification concept on both the regional and continental scale. Geographical/macroclimatic variation was reflected in the second most important gradient.Conclusions: The pan-European classification of fen vegetation was proposed. Formal definitions developed here allow consistent and unequivocal assignment of individual vegetation plots to fen alliances at the continental scale.

AB - Aims: Phytosociological classification of fen vegetation (Scheuchzerio palustris-Caricetea fuscae class) differs among European countries. Here we propose a unified vegetation classification of European fens at the alliance level to provide unequivocal assignment rules for individual vegetation plots, to identify diagnostic species of fen alliances, and to map their distribution.Location: Europe, western Siberia and south-eastern Greenland.Methods: 29 049 vegetation-plot records of fens were selected using a list of specialist fen species. Formal definitions of alliances were created using the presence, absence and abundance of Cocktail-based species groups and indicator species. DCA visualized the similarities among the alliances in an ordination space. The ISOPAM algorithm was applied to regional subsets with homogeneous plot size to check whether the classification based on formal definitions matches the results of unsupervised classifications.Results: The following alliances were defined: Caricion viridulo-trinervis (sub-halophytic Atlantic dune-slack fens), Caricion davallianae (temperate calcareous fens), Caricion atrofusco-saxatilis (arcto-alpine calcareous fens), Stygio-Caricion limosae (boreal topogenic brown-moss fens), Sphagno warnstorfii-Tomentypnion nitentis (Sphagnum-brown-moss rich fens), Saxifrago-Tomentypnion (continental to boreo-continental nitrogen-limited brown-moss rich fens), Narthecion scardici (alpine fens with Balkan endemics), Caricion stantis (arctic brown-moss rich fens), Anagallido tenellae-Juncion bulbosi (Ibero-Atlantic moderately rich fens), Drepanocladion exannulati (arcto-boreal-alpine non-calcareous fens), Caricion fuscae (temperate moderately rich fens), Sphagno-Caricion canescentis (poor fens) and Scheuchzerion palustris (dystrophic hollows). The main variation in the species composition of European fens reflected site chemistry (pH, mineral richness) and sorted the plots from calcareous and extremely rich fens, through rich and moderately rich fens, to poor fens and dystrophic hollows. ISOPAM classified regional subsets according to this gradient, illustrating the ecological meaningfulness of this classification concept on both the regional and continental scale. Geographical/macroclimatic variation was reflected in the second most important gradient.Conclusions: The pan-European classification of fen vegetation was proposed. Formal definitions developed here allow consistent and unequivocal assignment of individual vegetation plots to fen alliances at the continental scale.

U2 - 10.1111/avsc.12271

DO - 10.1111/avsc.12271

M3 - A1: Web of Science-article

VL - 20

SP - 124

EP - 142

JO - Applied Vegetation Science

JF - Applied Vegetation Science

SN - 1402-2001

IS - 1

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