High plant species richness indicates management-related disturbances rather than the conservation status of forests

@inproceedings{Boch2013HighPS,
  title={High plant species richness indicates management-related disturbances rather than the conservation status of forests},
  author={Steffen Boch and Daniel Prati and J{\"o}rg M{\"u}ller and Stephanie A. Socher and Henryk Baumbach and François Buscot and Sonja Gockel and Andreas Hemp and Dominik Hessenm{\"o}ller and Elisabeth K. V. Kalko and Karl Eduard Linsenmair and Simone rer. nat. Pfeiffer and Ulf Pommer and Ingo Sch{\"o}ning and E. Schulze and Claudia Seilwinder and Wolfgang W. Weisser and Konstans Wells and Markus Fischer},
  year={2013}
}
igh plant species richness indicates management-related disturbances ather than the conservation status of forests teffen Bocha,∗, Daniel Pratia, Jörg Müllerb, Stephanie Sochera, Henryk Baumbachc, rançois Buscotd,e, Sonja Gockelf, Andreas Hempb, Dominik Hessenmöllerg, lisabeth K.V. Kalkoh, K. Eduard Linsenmairi, Simone Pfeifferb, Ulf Pommerb, ngo Schöningg, Ernst-Detlef Schulzeg, Claudia Seilwinderf, Wolfgang W. Weisserf, onstans Wellsh, Markus Fischera 
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