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Publisher: Altai State University, Biological Faculty
Journal: Acta Biologica Sibirica
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: Biology; Ecology; Botany; Plant Systematics, сосудистые растения; природный парк; Красная книга; Белокуриха; Алтай, Биология; Ботаника; Экология; Систематика растений, vascular plants; nature park; Red Data Book; Belokurikha; Altai
В статье приводятся результаты флористических исследований, проведенных в проектируемом природном парке «Белокурихинский» (Алтайский край). Проведенное в течение полевого сезона 2015 года обследование территории, анализ фондовых материалов биологического факультета АлтГУ и сведений, опубликованных ранее другими исследователями, показали, что на территории планируемого природного парка присутствуют мало нарушенные природные комплексы, а также исчезающие, редкие и уникальные сообщества и экосистемы. Особую природоохранную ценность имеют черневые леса, сосновые и березовые леса на гранитах, луговые степи, низинные солонцеватые луга с рябчиком, сообщества мезопетрофитона. Во всех этих фитоценозах произрастают 11 видов высших растений, занесенные в Красные книги различного ранга.
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