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The differentiation of anthropogenous forest communities: a synsystematical approach
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 ...
Biodiversity in Berlin and its potential for nature conservation
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 ...