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High plant species richness indicates management-related disturbances rather than the conservation status of forests / Steffen Boch; Daniel Prati; Jörg Müller; Stephanie Socher; Henryk Baumbach; François Buscot; Sonja Gockel; Andreas Hemp; Dominik Hessenmöller; Elisabeth K.V. Kalko; K. Eduard Linsenmair; Simone Pfeiffer; Ulf Pommer; Ingo Schöning; Ernst-Detlef Schulze; Claudia Seilwinder; Wolfgang W. Weisser; Konstans Wells; Markus Fischer

Basic and Applied Ecology, Volume: 14, Issue: 6, Pages: 496 - 505

Swansea University Author: Konstans, Wells

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Published in: Basic and Applied Ecology
ISSN: 14391791
Published: 2013
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa45167
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Keywords: Biodiversity Exploratories, Coniferous plantations, Disturbance, Ellenberg indicator values, Forest management, Selection vs. age-class forests, Silviculture, Standing biomass, Typical forest species, Unmanaged vs. managed forests
College: College of Science
Issue: 6
Start Page: 496
End Page: 505