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Type: Journal article
Title: High plant species richness indicates management-related disturbances rather than the conservation status of forests
Author: Boch, S.
Prati, D.
Müller, J.
Socher, S.
Baumbach, H.
Buscot, F.
Gockel, S.
Hemp, A.
Hessenmöller, D.
Kalko, E.K.V.
Linsenmair, K.E.
Pfeiffer, S.
Pommer, U.
Schöning, I.
Schulze, E.D.
Seilwinder, C.
Weisser, W.W.
Wells, K.
Fischer, M.
Citation: Basic and Applied Ecology, 2013; 14(6):496-505
Publisher: Elsevier
Issue Date: 2013
ISSN: 1439-1791
1618-0089
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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
Abstract: Abstract not available
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
Rights: Copyright © 2013 Gesellschaft für Ökologie
RMID: 0030019636
DOI: 10.1016/j.baae.2013.06.001
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