Phytosociology as a tool for forest restoration: a study case in the extreme South of Atlantic Forest Biome


The biodiversity loss, due to anthropic activities, has generated the necessity of studies that enable the ecosystem conservation. Nevertheless, the majority of studies restrict themselves to the floristic composition and phytosociological structure from determined pre-established diameter, neglecting attributes of the species, such as its (their) niche (s… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10531-017-1310-3

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