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Causes of Change in British Vegetation

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By: LG Firbank, SM Smart, HM van de Poll, RGH Bunce, MO Hill and DC Howard
98 pages, Figs, tabs
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Presents an analysis of the causes of change in British vegetation between 1978 and 1990. Factors considered include different aspects of land management and atmospheric deposition of pollutants. The report summarises a series of case studies designed to improve the understanding of the processes of ecological change, and discusses the implications of nature conservation policies.

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By: LG Firbank, SM Smart, HM van de Poll, RGH Bunce, MO Hill and DC Howard
98 pages, Figs, tabs
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