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Vol. 19, No. 4, 1987

Special Issue:

Restoration and Vegetation Succession in Circumpolar Lands: Seventh Conference of the Comité Arctique International‎, Nov., 1987

Foreword  
Louis Rey
342
Preface  
Sturla Fridriksson
342
Restoration and Vegetation Succession in Circumpolar Lands: The Conference  
P. J. Webber, Sturla Fridriksson
343
The Arctic: Mankind's Unique Heritage and Common Responsibility  
Louis Rey
345
Indigenous Peoples, Land-Use Conflicts, and Economic Development in Circumpolar Lands  
Ludger Müller-Wille
351
Constraints to Plant Growth, Reproduction, and Establishment in Arctic Environments  
W. D. Billings
357
Application of Successional Theory to Tundra Restoration: A Review  
Susan M. Cargill, F. Stuart Chapin III
366
Succession in Marginal Arctic Environments  
J. Svoboda, G. H. R. Henry
373
Vegetation Succession on the Storbreen Glacier Foreland, Jotunheimen, Norway: A Review  
John A. Matthews, Robert J. Whittaker
385
Role of Buried Viable Seeds in the Recolonization of Disturbed Ground by Heather (Calluna vulgaris [L.] Hull) in the Cairngorm Mountains, Scotland, U.K.  
G. R. Miller, R. P. Cummins
396
The Development of Streamlined Bog Islands in the Continental Interior of North America  
Paul H. Glaser
402
An Ecohydrological Approach to Floral and Vegetational Patterns in Arctic Landscape Ecology  
J. G. de Molenaar
414
Plant Colonization of a Volcanic Island, Surtsey, Iceland  
Sturla Fridriksson
425
Biological Dinitrogen Fixation (Acetylene Reduction) Exhibited by Blue-Green Algae (Cyanobacteria) in Association with Mosses Gathered on Surtsey, Iceland  
Elisabet Henriksson, Lars Eric Henriksson, John O. Norrman, Per Olof Nyman
432
Reindeer Lichen Productivity as a Function of Mat Thickness  
Bjartmar Sveinbjörnsson
437
Short-Term Vegetation Recovery at an Alaskan Arctic Coastal Plain Site  
James J. Ebersole
442
Successful Plant Colonizers on Disturbances in Tundra Areas of Northwestern Canada  
G. Peter Kershaw, Linda J. Kershaw
451
Patterns of Vegetation Recovery after Tundra Fires in Northwestern Alaska, U.S.A.  
Charles H. Racine, Lawrence A. Johnson, Leslie A. Viereck
461
Effects of Disturbances along Hydroelectrical Transmission Corridors through Peatlands in Northern Manitoba, Canada  
Borgthor Magnusson, John M. Stewart
470
Road Dust and Its Environmental Impact on Alaskan Taiga and Tundra  
D. A. Walker, K. R. Everett
479
The Effects of Crude and Diesel Oil Spills on Plant Communities at Mesters Vig, Northeast Greenland  
Sune Holt
490
Studies on Soils and Potential for Soil Erosion in the Sheep Farming Area of South Greenland  
N. Kingo Jacobsen
498
Ecosystem Disturbance in Iceland  
Andrés Arnalds
508
Land Reclamation in Iceland  
Sveinn Runólfsson
514
The Nature and Restoration of Denuded Areas in Iceland  
Olafur Arnalds, Asa L. Aradóttir,Ingvi Thorsteinsson
518
Afforestation and Reforestation in Iceland  
Sigurdur Blöndal
526
Management of Northern Gravel Sites for Successful Reclamation: A Review  
Lawrence A. Johnson
530
Planting Willow for Moose Habitat Restoration on the North Slope of Alaska, U.S.A.  
R. V. Densmore, B. J. Neiland, J. C. Zasada, M. A. Masters
537
Assisted Revegetation in Denali National Park, Alaska, U.S.A.  
R. V. Densmore, K. W. Holmes
544
Revegetation Experiments at Ny-Ålesund, Spitsbergen, Svalbard  
Terje Klokk, Olaf I. Rønning
549
Plant Succession on Disturbed Sites, North Slope, Alaska, U.S.A.  
Jay D. McKendrick
554
Long-Term Success of Seeded Species and Their Influence on Native Species Invasion at Abandoned Rig Site A-01 Caribou Hills, N.W.T., Canada  
Walter E. Younkin, Harvey E. Martens
566
Plant Biomass, Cover, and Survival of Species Used for Stripmine Reclamation in South-Central Alaska, U.S.A.  
Charles L. Elliott, Jay D. McKendrick, Dot Helm
572