Soil–vegetation interactions in abandoned farmland within the temperate region of Europe

Abstract

Forests are becoming increasingly dominant in the landscape of north-eastern Europe as a result of a decline in agriculture, land abandonment and the related trend of afforestation. This is also the case in Latvia, where former agricultural land is either artificially afforested or taken over by the natural process of secondary succession. A large spatial… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11056-016-9532-x

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@article{Ruskule2016SoilvegetationII, title={Soil–vegetation interactions in abandoned farmland within the temperate region of Europe}, author={Anda Ruskule and Olgerts Nikodemus and Raimonds Kasparinskis and Dana Pri{\vz}avoite and Daina Bojāre and Guntis Brumelis}, journal={New Forests}, year={2016}, volume={47}, pages={587-605} }