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The vegetation of the central part of the loess plateau of China and its modern dynamics


, : The vegetation of the central part of the loess plateau of China and its modern dynamics. Botanicheskii Zhurnal 78(6): 80-85

Results of a field study of the loess plateau in Shensi province, China in 1991 are summarized.

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