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The condition of forests in Europe. 2007 executive report

@inproceedings{Fischer2004TheCO,
  title={The condition of forests in Europe. 2007 executive report},
  author={R. Fischer and O. Badea and P. Barbosa and A. Bastrup-Birk and G. Becher and R. Bertini and V. Calatayud and S. Coenen and W. Vries and M. Dobbertin and M. Ferretti and O. Granke and R. Hiederer and T. Houston-Durrant and M. K{\"o}hl and P. Kraft and M. Lorenz and P. Meyer and H. Nagel and P. Pavlenda and G. J. Reinds and P. Roskams and M. Sanz and M. Schaub and E. Schulte and W. Seidling and S. Solberg and S. Stofer},
  year={2004}
}
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