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Ecological study on small mangrove communities established by partially artificial methods: the disturbance effect of the tree populations introduced directly into the original shrub community and its shrub population



Ecological study on small mangrove communities established by partially artificial methods: the disturbance effect of the tree populations introduced directly into the original shrub community and its shrub population



Forest Research 9(3): 246-254



An analysis is made of the disturbance effects of 4 mangrove populations (Bruguiera sexangula and B. gymnorrhiza, and Rhizophora apiculata and R. stylosa) artificially introduced into a secondary (mangrove) shrub community in China 8 yr previously.

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