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Silver Fir and Norway Spruce forest types of the southern part of the Bohemian-Moravian uplands

, : Silver Fir and Norway Spruce forest types of the southern part of the Bohemian-Moravian uplands. Lesnictvi 19(1): 37-58 + 2 tbls.

Describes the characteristics and lists the species composition of associations forming the forest-type groups that occur in the Beech, Fir/Beech and Spruce/Beech vegetation zones.


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