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Grasslands of the White Carpathian Mountains Louky Bilych Karpat

Edited By: Ivana Jongepierova
462 pages, Col photos, tabs, figs
Grasslands of the White Carpathian Mountains
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  • Grasslands of the White Carpathian Mountains ISBN: 9788090344464 Hardback Dec 2008 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: Bilingual in English and Czech

This book covers the biodiversity of this important area of grassland, designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1996. As well as the botany and zoology of the area, the contributors also consider the history, research projects and the management and restoration of the 97 grassland reserves.

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Edited By: Ivana Jongepierova
462 pages, Col photos, tabs, figs
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