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Population mechanisms in the dynamics of forest coenoses



Population mechanisms in the dynamics of forest coenoses



Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly, Biologicheskie Nauki ( 11): 48-58



A detailed analysis is given of the spatial structure of climax phytocoenoses in the broadleaved forests of the European part of the USSR. Spatial structure depends strongly on the development of the main structural species in the community. Analysis of stands affected by different degrees of anthropogenic disturbance (felling, grazing, recreation etc.) shows that changes do not have to be catastrophic to deeply affect the natural cycle of the coenosis.

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