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Pflanzengesellschaften der Mitteleuropäischen Wälder [Plant Communities of Central European Forests]

By: Thomas Meyer(Author)
180 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Verlag Kessel
Pflanzengesellschaften der Mitteleuropäischen Wälder [Plant Communities of Central European Forests]
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Language: German

Without human intervention, Central Europe would be populated extensively with forests. The mild, rainy climate favours the growth of species-rich deciduous forests, which are predominantly dominated by the common beech. The unique forest landscapes of Central Europe impress with their ecological diversity, their botanical wealth and, last but not least, their extraordinary beauty. This illustrated book provides a brief overview of the various plant communities in Europe's native forests.

Summary in German:
Ohne Zutun des Menschen wäre Mitteleuropa großflächig mit Wäldern besiedelt. Das milde, regenreiche Klima begünstigt das Wachstum von artenreichen Laubwäldern, die überwiegend von der Rot-Buche beherrscht werden. Die einzigartigen Waldlandschaften Mitteleuropas beeindrucken durch ihre ökologische Vielgestaltigkeit, ihren botanischen Reichtum und nicht zuletzt durch ihre außerordentliche Schönheit. Der vorliegende Bildband vermittelt einen kurzen Überblick zu den verschiedenen Pflanzengesellschaften in unseren heimischen Wäldern.

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By: Thomas Meyer(Author)
180 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Verlag Kessel
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