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Marginal/peripheral populations of forest tree species and their conservation status: report for Continental region


Abstract


The report describes the geographical and ecological characteristics of the European continental region, which is the area that covers most of Central and Eastern Europe. Forest ecosystems and vegetational aspects, with particular emphasis to forest species growing at the edge of their distribution range, are also considered.


Keywords

Forest genetic resources; forest tree marginal populations; MaPs; marginality; Cost Action FP 1202 MaP FGR

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12899/asr-1532

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