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acidic grassland

Michael Allaby

in A Dictionary of Ecology

Fifth edition


Published online September 2015 | e-ISBN: 9780191793158

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A grassland that occurs on *acid soil: it is usually derived from former woodland as a consequence of centuries of grazing and, to a lesser extent, burning. In Britain and much of north-western Europe the dominant grasses are species of ...

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Subjects: Ecology and Conservation

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