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Stability of Himalayan Climax Oak Forests in View of Resilience Hypothesis

  • S.P. Singh (a1), P.K. Ralhan (a1) and J.C. Tewari (a1)


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Stability of Himalayan Climax Oak Forests in View of Resilience Hypothesis

  • S.P. Singh (a1), P.K. Ralhan (a1) and J.C. Tewari (a1)


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