Species richness of lichen functional groups in relation to land use intensity

@article{Stofer2006SpeciesRO,
  title={Species richness of lichen functional groups in relation to land use intensity},
  author={S. Stofer and A. Bergamini and G. Arag{\'o}n and Palmira Carvalho and B. Coppins and S. Davey and M. Dietrich and E. Farkas and Kati K{\"a}rkk{\"a}inen and C. Keller and L{\'a}szl{\'o} L{\"o}k{\"o}s and Sampsa Lommi and C. M{\'a}guas and R. Mitchell and P. Pinho and V. J. Rico and Anne-Marie Truscott and P. Wolseley and A. Watt and C. Scheidegger},
  journal={The Lichenologist},
  year={2006},
  volume={38},
  pages={331 - 353}
}
Changing land use has a major impact on lichen diversity. This study attempts to identify patterns or trends of lichen functional groups along a land use gradient, ranging from natural forests to open agricultural landscape. In eight countries, covering six main European biogeographic regions, lichen vegetation was assessed according to a standardized scheme. Data on reproductive, vegetative and ecological traits was compiled and relative species richness for all classes of all traits… Expand
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