Special Issue No. 4 (March 1997)

-Lucidophyllous Forests in Southwestern Japan and Taiwan-

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Special Issue No. 4 (March 1997)
Hsieh, C. F., W. C. Chao, C. C. Liao, K. C. Yang and T. H. Hsieh Floristic composition of the evergreen broad-leaved forests of Taiwan.
Oono, K., M. Hara, M. Fujihara and K. Hirata Comparative studies on floristic composition of the lucidophyll forests in southern Kyushu, Ryukyu and Taiwan.
Hara, M., K. Hirata, M. Fujihara, K. Oono and C. F. Hsieh Floristic composition and stand structure of three evergreen broad-leaved forests in Taiwan, with special reference to the relationship between micro-landform and vegetation pattern.
Fujihara, M. Structure ofPinus luchuensisforests affected by pine wilt disease in northern Taiwan.
Yamamoto, S. Some features of the forest dynamics of warm-temperate evergreen broad-leaved forests in Japan.
Hirata, K. Comparison of tree regeneration between soil-disturbed and soil-intact sites in canopy gaps of an evergreen broad-leaved (Castanopsis sieboldiissp.lutchuensis) forest on Amami Ohshima Island, South-west Japan.
Momohara, A. Cenozoic history of evergreen broad-leaved forest in Japan.
Yonebayashi, C. A study of modern pollen representation in an evergreen broad-leaved forest on Okinawa Island, southwestern Japan.
Ohmori, H. Geomorphological environment for vegetation in East Asia.