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by M.E. & others BRAITHWAITE

eBook Change in the British Flora, 1987-2004 download ISBN: 0901158348
Author: M.E. & others BRAITHWAITE
Publisher: BSBI Publications; First Edition edition (2006)
Language: English
Pages: 382
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The Local Change report details the results of the Botanical Society of the British Isles' 1987-1988 Monitoring Scheme survey and its repeat in 2003-2004 as part of Local Change

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Braithwaite ME, Ellis RW, Preston CD (2006) Change in the British Flora 1987–2004. Biol Conserv 40:282–300

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