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Spatial Modeling of Vegetation Potential: An Introduction

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Ewald, J., Hédl, R. Spatial Modeling of Vegetation Potential: An Introduction. Folia Geobot 49, 309–312 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12224-013-9188-7

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Keywords

  • Environmental gradients
  • Forest vegetation
  • GIS
  • Global change
  • Vegetation databases