Woodland vegetation change through space and time : impacts of large herbivores
Citation:Miles Newman, 'Woodland vegetation change through space and time : impacts of large herbivores', [thesis], Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany, 2014, pp 127
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Semi-natural woodlands are a globally important ecosystem. The functioning of these woodlands are being impacted through a range of anthropogenic activities, which induce vegetation changes, including climate change, invasive species, fire, logging, agriculture and overgrazing. Wild large herbivores, especially deer, have dramatically increased their range across Western Europe in recent decades, with major impacts on woodland ecosystems.
Author: Newman, Miles
Advisor:Kelly, Daniel L.
Publisher:Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Botany
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Type of material:thesis
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