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Woodland degradation and regeneration in Central Europe during the last 1,000 years – a case study in NE Germany(Schweizerbart und Borntraeger, 2003)From the end of the 18th century, large areas of Central Europe were afforested with conifer monocultures following a long period of excessive forest use. Today, the conversion of these anthropogenous conifer forests into ...
(2003)Purely man-made deciduous and coniferous forests dominated by native as well as non-native tree species cover large areas in Central Europe. Although there is a long tradition and continuity in phytosociology to study flora ...