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Inventory of the condition of forest soils in Austria. First results

, : Inventory of the condition of forest soils in Austria. First results. FBVA Berichte ( 48): 74 pp. + map

This national inventory monitors the condition of forest soils. Details are given of the scope and aims of the inventory, the organization and methodology used, and the evaluation of the data. The inventory collects basic data describing each individual site, and data on soil acidification and heavy metals.

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