Forest Development: Succession, Environmental Stress and Forest Management

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Forest Development: Succession, Environmental Stress and Forest Management - Dohrenbusch, Achim
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Forest ecosystems are characterized by a steady change in their structure of function. Natural developments are more and more radically disturbed by human impact - air pollution leads to soil acidification, change in nutrient budget and to a decreasing vitality of the trees. Forest management can prevent natural succession and often leads to less stable forests. In this book, selected results of 10 years of interdisciplinary ecosystem research are presented. Not only growth and physiological reactions on environmental ...

Forest Development: Succession, Environmental Stress and Forest Management 2002, Springer, Berlin, Germany

ISBN-13: 9783540437680

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