"What Happens after the Gap?— Size Distributions of Patches with Homogeneously Sized Trees in Natural and Managed Beech Forests in Europe"
written by L. Drössler, E. Feldmann, J. Glatthorn, P. Annighöfer, S. Kucbel, V. Tabaku,
published by Open Journal of Forestry, Vol.6 No.3, 2016
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