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Multivariate classification analysis of cultural landscapes: an example from the Czech Republic.
A method of landscape typology and a determination of diagnostic variables for delimiting landscape types was developed for the Czech Republic, thus fulfilling the first step of the EuropeanExpand
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The Relationship Between Geodiversity and Habitat Richness in Šumava National Park and Křivoklátsko PLA (Czech Republic): A Quantitative Analysis Approach
The Relationship Between Geodiversity and Habitat Richness in Šumava National Park and Křivoklátsko PLA (Czech Republic): A Quantitative Analysis Approach This paper focuses on the development of aExpand
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Eurasian lynx hunting red deer: is there an influence of a winter enclosure system?
As in several Central European areas, in the Bohemian Forest Ecosystem (Germany and the Czech Republic), fenced feeding enclosures are used for the winter management of red deer (Cervus elaphus),Expand
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Evaluating Global Biodiversity Hotspots – Very Rich and Even More Endangered
Abstract Species on the Earth are under increasing human pressure, according to some authors, the current rate of extinction occurred only a few times in the past, for the last time in the CretaceousExpand
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Factors associated with the distributions of orchids in the Jeseníky mountains, Czech Republic
Species distribution models are a useful tool and are now often used in many branches of biology, especially when dealing with threatened organisms. In combination with GIS techniques, these modelsExpand
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Comparative landscape typology of the Bohemian and Bavarian Forest National Parks
Landscape typologies provide their users with a spatial framework, which could be used for management, assessment of landscape changes and monitoring of biodiversity or natural processes. The aim ofExpand
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ultivariate classification analysis of cultural landscapes : An example from the zech Republic
A method of landscape typology and a determination of diagnostic variables for delimiting landscape types was developed for the Czech Republic, thus fulfilling the first step of the EuropeanExpand
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Antibody formation against beta-tubulin class III in response to brain trauma.
Brain trauma typically leads to neuronal damage and loss. Assuming a transient autoimmune response to debris of the damaged neurones, we have monitored serum titres of IgG and IgM antibodies toExpand
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Biodiversity responses to land use in traditional fruit orchards of a rural agricultural landscape
Abstract Ecologists and land managers are becoming increasingly aware that the landscape context within which a habitat fragment exists could be as important as the habitat fragment itself. Our aimsExpand
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