Groundwater uptake of different surface cover and its consequences in great Hungarian plain

Gribovszki Zoltán and Kalicz Péter and Balog Kitti and Szabó András and Tóth Tibor and Csáfordi Péter and Szalai Sándor (2017) Groundwater uptake of different surface cover and its consequences in great Hungarian plain. ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES, 6 (39). 0106-4.

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Abstract

Forest cover in Hungary has increased from 1.1 to 2.0 million hectares during the last century. The EU (European Union) promotes further afforestation; thus, 15,000–18,000 ha are being forested each year, mainly in the Hungarian Great Plain. In terms of species used for afforestation, poplar plantations are preferred over native oak woodlands.

Tudományterület / tudományág

engineering and technology > agricultural engineering

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Institution

Nyugat-Magyarországi Egyetem

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: FELTÖLTŐ: Tompáné Székely Zsófia - tzsofi@emk.nyme.hu
SWORD Depositor: Sword Teszt
Depositing User: Tompa Zsófia
Identification Number: MTMT:3287749
Date Deposited: 2018. Jan. 15. 15:55
Last Modified: 2018. Jan. 15. 15:55
URI: http://publicatio.nyme.hu/id/eprint/1424

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