British Wildlife 21.5 June 2010

The importance of open-grown trees – from acorn to ancient

Old, open-grown trees in open, park-like landscapes are an essential component of the Vera (2000) hypothesis, and have provided biological continuity for an important suite of associated visible and invisible biodiversity down through the centuries (Green 2001).

Letter from the far West Coast Ghosts in our grasslands. Lessons from abroad – a look at the management of grasslands in Transylvania
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