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Beech regeneration in eastern Jutland

, : Beech regeneration in eastern Jutland. Forskningsserien Forskningscentret for Skov and Landskab ( 13): 215 pp.

This publication contains 3 papers on the regeneration of beech stands in eastern Jutland, Denmark: (1) Beech regeneration in Stagsrode Forest: a local study with general perspectives (Henriksen, H. A.; Bryndum, H.); (2) Beech regeneration in the forests of Als: a comparison with regeneration in Stagsrode Forest (Henriksen, H. A.); and (3) Natural beech regeneration or not? (Billeschou, A.

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