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Title: La vegetazione del Parco Regionale Marturanum (Lazio settentrionale, Italia entrale): lineamenti fitosociologici e genesi del paesaggio vegetale
Authors: Scoppola, Anna
Filibeck, Goffredo
Stirpe, Maria Teresa
Keywords: Flysch;Landscape history;Storia del paesaggio;Vegetazione;Maremma laziale;Lazio;Sintassonomia;Piroclastiti
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Universit√† degli studi di Camerino. Dipartimento di botanica ed ecologia
Source: Scoppola, A., Filibeck, G., Stirpe, M.T. 2010. La vegetazione del Parco Regionale Marturanum (Lazio Settentrionale, Italia Centrale): lineamenti fitosociologici e genesi del paesaggio vegetale. "Braun-Blanquetia" 46: 403-413
Abstract: 
The Marturanum Regional Park is
a small protected area (1,240 hectares),
however it is placed along the interface
between two of the main lithological
units of Lazio, hence featuring a high
diversity of flora, vegetation and landscape.
Further, it includes a small part
of theMonti dellaTolfa, a 30,000 hectares
hilly rangewhich features an exceptionally
low population density. The
Tolfa hills are a biodiversity hotspot of
C-Italy and show a very distinctive landscape
pattern. The present paper outlines
a phytosociological classification
and syntaxonomical discussion of the
numerous plant communities found in
theMarturanumPark.The presentwork
describes also the different role of the
natural constraints and of the historical
and cultural processes that have led to
the peculiar landscape patterns nowadays
found in the area, and in particular
to the differentiation between the two
landscape systems of the pyroclastic
flow and the Tolfa flysch.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1787
ISSN: 0393-5434
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