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Trade-offs between tree cover, carbon storage and floristic biodiversity in reforesting landscapes

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Bibliographic reference Hall, Jaclyn ; Van Holt, T. ; Daniels, A.E. ; Balthazar, Vincent ; Lambin, Eric. Trade-offs between tree cover, carbon storage and floristic biodiversity in reforesting landscapes. In: Landscape Ecology, Vol. 27, no.8, p. 1135-1147 (2012)
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