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Potential replacement vegetation: an approach to vegetation mapping of cultural landscapes


, : Potential replacement vegetation: an approach to vegetation mapping of cultural landscapes. Applied Vegetation Science 1(2): 177-188

The concept of mapping potential replacement vegetation (PRV) is proposed as a parallel to potential natural vegetation (PNV).

Accession: 003237262

DOI: 10.2307/1478947

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