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Tree story biomass in lowland forests in south moravia


, : Tree story biomass in lowland forests in south moravia. Rozpravy Ceskoslovenske Akademie Ved Rada Matematickych a Prirodnich Ved 86(10): 1-166

The study of aerial and root biomass in the lowland forest indicated the approach to the investigation of the biomass of oak, ash and lime-tree populations; knowledge in the theoretical field is thus broadened, yielding fundamental material for practical application in forestry, especially in biometry and forest phytotechniques.

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