John K. Marshall's scientific contributions

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Article
Corynephorus canescens presents two distributional problems in Great Britain; first, as a species with restricted distribution, and second, as one at the northern edge of its distribution. The first problem may be related to the past history of any one dune system and in particular the continuance in time and space of open sandy habitats of interme...

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... Therefore, we can only assume that, at this stage, the main part of soil formation under these communities consists of an accumulation of organic matter. In fact, soil profiles are absent under pioneer succession, but conditions are conducive to the encroachment of organisms with a high level of ecological requirements [52,74,75]. These organisms are algal communities (Figure 3). ...