TITLE

OAK OPEN FORESTS ("DEHESA" OR "MONTADO") OF QUERCUS ROTUNDIFOLIA LAM. AND QUERCUS SUBER L. IN THE IBERIAN PENINSULA AND THEIR PRODUCTS

AUTHOR(S)
Balbuena, Enrique; Doncel, Esperanza
PUB. DATE
March 2004
SOURCE
International Oaks;Spring2004, Issue 15, p155
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Features dehesa, the Spanish word used to name the open forests and woodlands of Quercus species in Iberian Peninsula. Sustainability and stability in terms of ecological products; Products derived from oak open forests; Availability of products in dehesa.
ACCESSION #
14731057

 

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