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Dry grassland plant diversity conservation using low-intensity sheep and goat grazing management: case study in Prague (Czech Republic)
Author(s): J. Dostalek and T. Frantik
Journal: Biodiversity and Conservation
Article Topic(s): Community level survey, Disturbance, Succession
Research Setting(s): Grassland
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Species Referenced: Achillea millefolium (Common yarrow),
AbstractExamines the effects of managing dry grasslands with low-intensity grazing in nature reserves in Prague. Grazing reduced woody plant species and increased species diversity. Nitrophilous and ruderal species increased, including Achillea millefolium.
Suggested CitationJ. Dostalek and T. Frantik. "Dry grassland plant diversity conservation using low-intensity sheep and goat grazing management: case study in Prague (Czech Republic)." Biodiversity and Conservation 17.6 (2008): 1439-1454.