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Ecological investigations of meadows with scattered fruit trees in the Lower Alps of Wurttemberg


, : Ecological investigations of meadows with scattered fruit trees in the Lower Alps of Wurttemberg. Dissertationes Botanicae 292: 174 + xxix pp.

'Streuobstwiesen' are an important landscape element in S. Germany because of the height of the trees and the open structure of the meadows. They were most widespread between the 1930s and 1950s, but have largely been replaced by orchards of lower trees. The vegetation, site characteristics and microclimate were studied in meadows in the Ravensburg area under different levels of management intensity.


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