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Invasions of forest communities during the holocene beech and hemlock in the great lakes region usa canada

Invasions of forest communities during the holocene beech and hemlock in the great lakes region usa canada

Gray, A J , M J Crawley And P J Edwards (Ed ) British Ecological Society Symposium, Vol 26 Colonization, Succession And Stability; Joint Symposium With The Linnean Society Of London, Southampton, England, Uk, 1984 Xi+482p Blackwell Scientific Publications: Oxford, England, Uk; Boston, Massachusetts, Usa Illus 373-394

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