Changes in cover and tree regeneration in evergreen forests in different successional stages in the Llancahue experimental site, Coastal range of Valdivia, Chile
In the Llancahue experimental site (39°50’; 300-400 m) we evaluated richness of tree and understory species in an oldgrowth forest and in two secondary forests. Having similar species’ richness in these forests, the study supports our hypothesis that this is a result of successional development and natural and anthropogenic disturbances.
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