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The relative importance of grazing stock type and grazing intensity for conservation of mesotrophic old meadow pasture


The relative importance of grazing stock type and grazing intensity for conservation of mesotrophic old meadow pasture



Journal for Nature Conservation 16(3): 175-185



ISSN/ISBN: 1617-1381

DOI: 10.1016/j.jnc.2008.09.005


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