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Conservation: Restored forests ignore history

Forests in central Europe were once dominated by conifers, not the broadleaf trees that restoration efforts have focused on growing.Péter Szabó at the Institute of Botany of the Czech Academy of Sciences in Brno and his colleagues examined fossil pollen from six sites in
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