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Home Publications Forest Nursery Notes 2015 Summer Forest Nursery Notes 2015 Summer Forest Nursery Notes Publications by Article Breaking News: Statistical Proof that Cows Eat Outplanted Seedlings!

Breaking News: Statistical Proof that Cows Eat Outplanted Seedlings!

The research question was why tropical and subtropical high mountains forests are mainly situated within ravines. This condition is called “‘the Polylepis problem’’ (Kessler 2002) because the genus Polylepis is most prevalent in the high mountain forests of South America.


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Author(s): Thomas D. Landis

Publication: Forest Nursery Notes - 2015 Summer - 2015 Summer Forest Nursery Notes Publications by Article

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