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Research concerning the ground water level, an essential factor for ecological rehabilitation of the declining forests located in dammed areas of the Danube Delta



Research concerning the ground water level, an essential factor for ecological rehabilitation of the declining forests located in dammed areas of the Danube Delta



Analele Institutul de Cercetari si Amenajari Silvice 49: 97-106



Studies were conducted because in recent years some poplar stands from the Danube Delta (Romania) dammed-in areas have started to decline. An essential factor for the forest vegetation existing in these areas of the delta is the variation of the groundwater table. The study was conducted during 2003-2004 in the main dammed-in forest areas of the delta.

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