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A long-term experimental site in temperate oak-pine forest

Abstract : The objective is to study the cross effects of: - stand composition (pure oak, pure pine, mixed pine-oak) and - stand density (number of trees/ha) combined with - presence of wild ungulates (roe deer, wild boar, red deer), on the ecosystem functioning such as tree productivity, resource use and allocation (including water and nutrients), biodiversity and understory vegetation dynamics including regeneration.
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Nathalie Korboulewsky, Philippe Balandier, Philippe Ballon, Y. Boscardin, E. Dauffy Richard, et al.. A long-term experimental site in temperate oak-pine forest. Séminaire annuel du réseau AnaEE France (Analyses et Expérimentations sur les Ecosystèmes), Nov 2015, Toulouse, France. pp.1, 2015. ⟨hal-02605499⟩

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