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Disturbance type and plant succesional communities in Bahamian dry forestsAuthor(s): Claire C. Larkin; Charles Kwit; Jr. Wunderle; Eileen H. Helmer; M. Henry H. Stevens; Montara T.K. Roberts; David N. Ewert
Source: Biotropica 44(1):10-18.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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CitationLarkin, Claire C.; Kwit, Charles; Wunderle, Jr., Joseph M.; Helmer, Eileen H.; Stevens, M. Henry H.; Roberts, Montara T.K.; Ewert, David N. 2011. Disturbance type and plant succesional communities in Bahamian dry forests. Biotropica 44(1):10-18. 10.1111/j.1744-7429.2011.00771.x
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