(A review) D.V. Dubina, T.P. Dziuba, Z. Neuhauslova, V.A. Solomakha, O.V. Tyshchenko, Yu.R. Shelyag-Sosonko. Halophytic vegetation. Kiev, 2007. 314 p.


V. B. Golub, L. F. Nikolaychuk, A. N. Sorokin


DOI: https://doi.org/10.31111/vegrus/2008.13.138


Annotation

Emerged in the 1980s, the idea of creating a multivolume summary «Vegetation of the USSR» (Vasilevich, 1983), although at a very late stage, but, nevertheless, implemented in the former Soviet Republics that are now independent States. About 10 years ago appeared the first volume, which characterizes the vegetation of Lithuania (Balevičienë et al., 1998). Solves the problem of the publication «Vegetation of Ukraine», which was supposed to put the principles directions of Braun-Blanquet (Solomakha et al., 1998). To date out of a planned 11-volume set of this summary, 3 out. The first volume was reviewed Alpine vegetation (Малиновський, Крічфалушій, 2000), the second — water (Dubina, 2006) and in the third, which is the subject of our attention is halophytic vegetation. Analyzing it, we would concentrate mostly on the noticed shortcomings. In our view, a critical view would be more useful, especially in light of the fact that the authors of the «Flora of Ukraine» there is still work to 8 volumes.


Section: Critics and bibliography


How to cite

Golub V. B., Nikolaychuk L. F., Sorokin A. N. 2008. (A review) D.V. Dubina, T.P. Dziuba, Z. Neuhauslova, V.A. Solomakha, O.V. Tyshchenko, Yu.R. Shelyag-Sosonko. Halophytic vegetation. Classes Bolboschoenetea maritimi, Festuco-Puccinellietea, Molinio-Juncetea, Thero-Salicornietea strictae, Salcornietea fruticosae, Juncetea maritimi. Kiev, 2007. 314 p. // Vegetation of Russia. N 13. P. 138–144. https://doi.org/10.31111/vegrus/2008.13.138


Received March 12 2008