The Diversity of European Vegetation - An Overview of Phytosociological Alliances and Their Relationships to EUNIS Habitats. Rodwell, J. S., Schaminée, J. H. J., Mucina, L., Pignatti, S., Dring, J., & Moss, D. National Reference Centre for Agriculture, Nature and Fisheries.
The Diversity of European Vegetation - An Overview of Phytosociological Alliances and Their Relationships to EUNIS Habitats [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
This book fits very well among the above mentioned aims and projects which the Dutch government seeks to support. It can be seen as an interface between the EUNIS habitat classification developed by the European Environment Agency's European Topic Centre on Nature Protection and Biodiversity (as a monitoring tool) and the international scientific ecological research (as a tool for improving nature management), by providing full crosswalks from higher - phytosociological - vegetation units to the EUNIS habitat classification. Furthermore, it provides the basis for connecting the habitat types of Annex I of the Habitats Directive (as being a legal tool), via a crosswalk with the EUNIS habitat classification, with the phytosociological classification system.
@book{rodwellDiversityEuropeanVegetation2002,
  title = {The Diversity of {{European}} Vegetation - {{An}} Overview of Phytosociological Alliances and Their Relationships to {{EUNIS}} Habitats},
  author = {Rodwell, J. S. and Schaminée, J. H. J. and Mucina, L. and Pignatti, S. and Dring, J. and Moss, D.},
  date = {2002},
  publisher = {{National Reference Centre for Agriculture, Nature and Fisheries}},
  location = {{Wageningen}},
  url = {http://mfkp.org/INRMM/article/13803791},
  abstract = {This book fits very well among the above mentioned aims and projects which the Dutch government seeks to support. It can be seen as an interface between the EUNIS habitat classification developed by the European Environment Agency's European Topic Centre on Nature Protection and Biodiversity (as a monitoring tool) and the international scientific ecological research (as a tool for improving nature management), by providing full crosswalks from higher - phytosociological - vegetation units to the EUNIS habitat classification. Furthermore, it provides the basis for connecting the habitat types of Annex I of the Habitats Directive (as being a legal tool), via a crosswalk with the EUNIS habitat classification, with the phytosociological classification system.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13803791,forest-classification,forest-resources,phytosociology}
}
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