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200 years of forest management in the state forests of Schleswig-Holstein


, : 200 years of forest management in the state forests of Schleswig-Holstein. Forst und Holz 48(6): 170-172

A brief historical account is given of the management of the state forests of Schleswig-Holstein from 1791 (initially under Danish, later under German administration), including data on the changes in species composition.

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