Restoring Estonian alvar grasslands to save unique species – New Scientist


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Restoring Estonian alvar grasslands to save unique species
New Scientist
Estonia used to be home to approximately one-third of the world’s calcareous alvar grasslands, one of the most species-rich plant communities in Europe. However, the total area has plummeted from 43,000 hectares in the 1930s to only 8000 hectares today.

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