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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 Orcid Logo, Markus Fischer

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

Swansea University Author: Konstans Wells Orcid Logo

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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