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Resistance potential of forest stands and spruce ecosystems



Resistance potential of forest stands and spruce ecosystems



Stability of spruce forest ecosystems International symposium, Oct 29 Nov 2, 1979, Institute of Forest Ecology, Brno, Czechoslovakia: 75-88



As measured by species composition, structure and state of health of the stand.

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