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Silviculture in the sandy deserts of Inner Mongolia, China


Plant Research and Development 25: 85-91
Silviculture in the sandy deserts of Inner Mongolia, China
The site conditions in the sandy deserts and site classification are described. Five natural zones are distinguished according to type of vegetation and precipitation.


Accession: 001684172



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