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Eutrophication changes in forest vegetation: consequences for and reactions to roe deer browsing

Eutrophication changes in forest vegetation: consequences for and reactions to roe deer browsing

Verhandlungen Gesellschaft fur Okologie 17: 425-435

Analysis of the herbaceous vegetation on plots in broadleaved woodland in N. Germany after a 27-yr period indicated eutrophication caused by aerial nutrient (particularly N) depositions. Unexpectedly, the degree of cover of a species was inversely related to its frequency trend. The cover was less in 1985 than in 1958, the effect increasing with increasing nutrient value of the species.

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