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Changes in vegetation diversity under different silvicultural managements in a Quercus cerris forest


, : Changes in vegetation diversity under different silvicultural managements in a Quercus cerris forest. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Selvicoltura2004 2006; 33: 39-50

The aim of this study was to understand how different coppicing treatments influence the number and species composition of a forest. The study was performed in a Quercus cerris stand in Fontalcinaldo (Massa Marittima municipality, South Tuscany). The area was managed in four different ways: clearcutting, coppicing with 50 standards/ha, coppicing with 140 standards/ha and coppicing with grouped standards. Samplings were made according to two different scales: 300 m2 and 0.25 m2 plots.

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