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H. submitted. Extending Ellenberg’s indicator values to a new area: an algorithmic approach. , Dupouey, J. , Dambrine, E. & Benoît, M. 1997. Influence of past land use on the vegetation and soils of present day forest in the Vosges mountains, France. Journal of Ecology 85, 351–358. L. & Butterfield, I. 1992. A botanical classification of standing waters in Britain: applications for conservation and monitoring. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 2, 125–143. A. D. 1996. Atlas 2000 – a new atlas of flowering plants and ferns.

H. submitted. Extending Ellenberg’s indicator values to a new area: an algorithmic approach. , Dupouey, J. , Dambrine, E. & Benoît, M. 1997. Influence of past land use on the vegetation and soils of present day forest in the Vosges mountains, France. Journal of Ecology 85, 351–358. L. & Butterfield, I. 1992. A botanical classification of standing waters in Britain: applications for conservation and monitoring. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 2, 125–143. A. D. 1996. Atlas 2000 – a new atlas of flowering plants and ferns.

D. 1994. Scarce plants in Britain. pp. 515. Peterborough: Joint Nature Conservation Committee. , Bost, F. & Becker, M. 1994. Simultaneous eutrophication and acidification of a forest ecosystem in North-East France. New Phytologist 126, 533–539. , Van Dorp, D. & Rijntjes, J. 1985. Vegetation succession on the dunes near Oostvoorne, The Netherlands; a comparison of the vegetation in 1959 and 1980. Vegetatio 58, 137–187. J. ed. in press. British red data books. 1. Vascular plants (3 edn). Peterborough: Joint Nature Conservation Committee.

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