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Wachstum und Ertrag Normaler Rotbuchenbestände; Nach den Aufnahmen der Preussischen Hauptstation des Forstlichen Versuchsevesens

By Schwappach, Adam Friedrich

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Title: Wachstum und Ertrag Normaler Rotbuchenbestände; Nach den Aufnahmen der Preussischen Hauptstation des Forstlichen Versuchsevesens  
Author: Schwappach, Adam Friedrich
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Language: German
Subject: Biology, Forests and forestry, Trees
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1893
Publisher: Berlin, J. Springer

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Friedrich, 1851-193, S. A. (1893). Wachstum und Ertrag Normaler Rotbuchenbestände; Nach den Aufnahmen der Preussischen Hauptstation des Forstlichen Versuchsevesens. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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