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according to the officially used danish definition (the national forest and nature agency (skov- og naturstyrelsen) 1994), “natural forest originates from the original forest cover, i.e. a forest reproduced naturally. natures wallpaper is thus a forest which has spontaneously generated itself on the location and which consists of naturally immigrant tree species and strains. nature forest wallpaper can be more or less influenced by culture, e.g. by logging or regeneration techniques, but the forests must not have been subject to regeneration by sowing or planting”.

download nature painting live wallpaper from our given resolutions. we have the best collection of natures wallpaper. in case you don’t find the perfect resolution, you may download the original size or any higher resolution natures wallpaper which will best fit your screen. This lwp depict a picture of nature forest wallpaper painting, we can see the tree, the forest itself is living, the branches and leaves sway slowly, the sun come down, the river is flowing, majestic.

natures wallpapers. this definition is broader and more pragmatic than definitions and perceptions used in the other scandinavian countries (tanninen et al. 1994)and is comparable with the term “semi-natural woodland ” (kirby et al. 1984). a key point is the recognition of the very long term effects of former (and current) direct and indirect human impacts. nature forest wallpaper might be managed to some degree, or be unmanaged (untouched, non-intervention forest, strict forest reserve). nature forest wallpaper. after an adequate amount of time without intervention, such a forest might develop some of the basic structures of a virgin forest and be considered as “natural forest”. we also have lake image ready as lwp for you.

lakes wallpapers. an over-riding problem is that every spot is directly or indirectly influenced by human activity; either directly by forestry operations, cutting, planting and drainage, or indirectly by manipulation of the grazing regime, nature forest wallpaper, air pollution, hindering the immigration and spreading of natural species and influencing the kind and amount of dominant species in the landscape. dynamics in a non-intervention system will be affected by former activities for hundreds of years and no part of the forest can be viewed in isolation, but is an integral part of the surrounding forest and landscape.

swamp water forests typically occur in areas permanently inundated with shallow freshwater. The French literature has referred to the swamp forest association in Cambodia as forêt inondee (Légris and Blasco 1972; Rollet, 1972). Care must be taken, however, in separating the seasonal swamp forests that characterize extensive areas of the Tonle Sap basin and low-lying floodplains of major Cambodian rivers from these classic swamp forests of Southeast Asia with permanent flooding. Conditions of permanent flooding compared to flooding for 6–8 months produce differential selective factors and thus a distinctive floristic assemblage for each of the two forms of swamp forest.

Seasonal conditions of inundation produce several notable characteristics of these floodplain habitats. Native palms, often a characteristic component of typical swamp forests, are entirely absent from the Tonle Sap floodplain with the exception of the local occurrences of rattans in some gallery forests. Neither pneumatophores nor aerial roots are present among the swamp forest trees, and vascular epiphytes are lacking (Rollet, 1972). The swamp water shrublands and forest of the floodplain of Tonle Sap covers about 3600 km2 today, but is thought to have included more than three times of this area before extensive cutting began in the 1930s.

Vegetation varies in freshwater swamp water according to the wide variations in its soils and the proximity to free water. Submerged macrophytes are rare in swamp forests. The freshwater swamps usually only contain typical rice field weeds like Hydrilla verticillata. In more open situations, for example after removing the forest cover, grassy species, like sedges or cat tails Typha sp. take over. The plant community then is very similar to those of an eutrophic lake shore. In nutrient poor swamp forests submerged macrophytes are usually absent, because of the lack of nutrients. One exception is the carnivorous Utricularia minor which gains additional nutrients by trapping small animals.

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