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An analysis of forest land use, forest land cover and change at policy-relevant scales

Land Cover in a Managed Forest Ecosystem: Mexican Shade Coffee

Assessing Potential Carbon Revenues from Reduced Forest Cover Loss in Liberia

Prospecting behavior and the influenceof forest cover on natal dispersal in aresident bird

Radar remote sensing for the delineation of forest cover maps and the detection of deforestation

Assessing forest canopies and understorey illumination: canopy closure, canopy cover and other measures

Architecture, cover and light interception by bramble (Rubus fruticosus): a common understorey weed in temperate forests

Assessing costs of multifunctional NATURA 2000 management restrictions in continuous cover beech forest management

Predator-induced reductions in nest visitation rates are modified by forest cover and food availability

Forest Cover, Agricultural, and Socio-Economic Development: A Weighted Beta-Logistic Approach with Ratio Response

Bacterial and fungal communities in boreal forest soil are insensitive to changes in snow cover conditions

Pennsylvania sedge cover, forest management and Deer density influence tree regeneration dynamics in a northern hardwood forest

A novel method to assess short-term forest cover changes based on digital surface models from image-based point clouds

Can the use of continuous cover forestry alone maintain silver fir (Abies alba Mill.) in central European mountain forests?

Assessing the thermal dissipation sap flux density method for monitoring cold season water transport in seasonally snow-covered forests

Multi-model estimation of understorey shrub, herb and moss cover in temperate forest stands by laser scanner data


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A forest stand that consists of a plant community made up of trees and other woody vegetation which are growing together.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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