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Ecological characterization of current state of fertility of forest sites in relation to the ameliorative reversal of site degradation

Ecological characterization of current state of fertility of forest sites in relation to the ameliorative reversal of site degradation

Sylwan 135(9): 39-51

Descriptions and tables are given of the vegetation and soil fertility characteristics of moist rich broadleaved lowland sites in Silesia and moist poor coniferous lowland sites in central Poland of varying degrees of degradation.

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