Machar, I. (2011): Historical development of floodplain forest geobiocenoses within the agricultural alluvial landscape. Proceedings from international conference proceedings, Viničné, 14-16th March 2011, Slovakia, pp: 65-77.

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Machar, I. (2011): Historical development of floodplain forest geobiocenoses within the agricultural alluvial landscape. Proceedings from international conference proceedings, Viničné, 14-16th March 2011, Slovakia, pp: 65-77.
Short reference: 
Machar (2011)
First author: 
Machar, Ivo
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Machar, I. (2011): Historical development of floodplain forest geobiocenoses within the agricultural alluvial landscape. In: Dobrovodská, M., Špulerová, J. & Štefunková, D. (eds.): Research and management of the historical agricultural landscape. Proceedings from international conference Viničné, 14-16th March 2011, Slovakia, Institute of Landscape Ecology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, pp: 65-77.

Abstract:
The remnants of floodplain forests are very important for the maintenance of biodiversity in the agricultural alluvial landscape of Central Europe. This paper deals with the historical development of floodplain forests in the Protected Landscape Area of Litovelské Pomoraví (Czech Republic). The aim of this paper is to contribute to a better understanding of the anthropogenic influences that have, over centuries, led to the present state of floodplain forests in the agricultural landscape of European floodplains.

forest dynamic, gap dynamic, succession
forest management
forest history
agriculture
landscape ecology, land use, history
nature conservation
Notes: 

agricultural landscape, floodplain forest, historical development of forests, coppice-with-standards, nature reserve, forest management

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Publisher: 
Institute of Landscape Ecology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava
Location: 
ER Archívum (2011/P-005)
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conferenc abstract (short)