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Discussion on the establishment of a classification management system for Daxing'anling forest region

, : Discussion on the establishment of a classification management system for Daxing'anling forest region. Journal of Northeast Forestry University 28(2): 47-48

An analysis is made of the importance and weaknesses of the forest ecosystems in the Daxing'anling forest region in Nei Menggu, China, based on their structural and other characteristics, with special attention to 15 dominant features, including forest type, site conditions, wetland size and river flow.

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