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Identification of humidity conditions in meadow sites using plant species indexes (phytoindication method)


, : Identification of humidity conditions in meadow sites using plant species indexes (phytoindication method). Biblioteczka Wiadomosci IMUZ ( 84): 101-130

Data are presented on 34 plant communities used as soil moisture indicators on dry but periodically moist, fresh and moist, strongly moist, and wet with diversified intensity and swampy sites in Poland.


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