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Primary forest distribution and representation in a Central European landscape: Results of a large-scale field-based census
Abstract Given the global intensification of forest management and climate change, protecting and studying forests that develop free of direct human intervention—also known as primary forests—areExpand
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Spatial structure of traditional land organization allows long-term persistence of large Formica exsecta supercolony in actively managed agricultural landscape
Semi-natural linear habitats such as field and meadow margins are often crucial in maintaining insect diversity and species distributions in agricultural landscapes. While many ant species areExpand
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WOOD PASTURES IN CENTRAL SLOVAKIA – COLLAPSE OF A TRADITIONAL LAND USE FORM
Wood pastures with pollard trees have been a common land-use type across Europe. The trees, besides having positive environmental effects on livestock, served as important source of fodder and wood.Expand
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Assessing the Potential of Forest Stands for Ectomycorrhizal Mushrooms as a Subsistence Ecosystem Service for Socially Disadvantaged People: A Case Study from Central Slovakia
Mushrooming is a widespread leisure activity for a significant part of the Slovak population. From the point of view of the ecosystem services, it combines a provisioning service (mushrooms as foodExpand
Transformation of the Slovak Cultural Landscape Since the 18th Cent. and its Recent Trends
Transformation of the Slovak Cultural Landscape Since the 18th Cent. and its Recent Trends The paper is focused on a long-term development of the selected Slovak cultural landscape types (plains,Expand
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Modification of the potential production capabilities of agricultural terrace soils due to historical cultivation in the Budina cadastral area, Slovakia
Abstract The soil production attributes of historical agrarian terraced fields were examined in the Budina cadastral area of the Ostrozky Mountains. This landscape represents a unique sub-mountainousExpand
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