Reduced community diversity in semi-natural meadows in southern Sweden, 1965–1990

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Two data sets, one from the 1960s and one from 1990, from continuously managed semi-natural meadows (semi-natural grasslands used for hay-cutting) in Småland, southern Sweden, were analysed to describe the vegetation and in an attempt to characterise changes that have occurred in the vegetation. Based on a classification of the data set, nine plant… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1009798117732

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@article{Linusson2004ReducedCD, title={Reduced community diversity in semi-natural meadows in southern Sweden, 1965–1990}, author={A. Linusson and G. A. I. Berlin and E. Gunilla A. Olsson}, journal={Plant Ecology}, year={2004}, volume={136}, pages={77-94} }