Notes. Revegetation of Krakatau
Flora Malesiana Bulletin , Volume 9 - Issue 1 p. 292- 292
Some news was received on the revegetation of Krakatau, and the small new cone, Anak Krakatau (Krakatau Jr) as visited by a party in August 1951. Krakatau. The camp was made in the SE.corner of the island. In several places the old substratum has been traced, and in the basal layer of the ash covers, which attain sometimes 30 m thickness, remains are found of former woody share vegetation. Bases of tree trunks have partly been buried in their upright position. Some of these are charred, and have apparently been burned during the eruption; others are not charred, or have been charred only very superficially.
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van Steenis, C.G.G.J. (1952). Notes. Revegetation of Krakatau. Flora Malesiana Bulletin, 9(1), 292–292.