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Small natural features with large ecological roles in ancient agricultural landscapes of Central Europe - history, value, status, and conservation

Poschlod, Peter ; Braun-Reichert, Ralf


Throughout history traditional land uses have created small natural features (SNFs) that can serve as biodiversity hotspots or remnants in agricultural landscapes that may otherwise support little biodiversity. SNFs in these landscapes include field and pasture margins, forest fringes, hedges, hollow ways (sunken lanes), stone walls, sand and gravel pits, and quarries. Many of these SNFs were ...


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