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Journal Citation Reports. Web of Knowledge. Scielo citation index. Biodiversity Heritage Library. La disponibilidad de luz en los bosques es uno de los principales factores que influyen en el establecimiento y desarrollo de especies vegetales bajo el dosel forestal. Bartemucci, P. Overstory influences on light attenuation patterns and understory plant community diversity and composition in southern boreal forests of Quebec.
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Ensayo de leguminosas para la reforestación de la 2ª sección del Bosque de Chapultepec
Journal Citation Reports. Web of Knowledge. Scielo citation index. Biodiversity Heritage Library. La disponibilidad de luz en los bosques es uno de los principales factores que influyen en el establecimiento y desarrollo de especies vegetales bajo el dosel forestal. Bartemucci, P.
Aspects of urban forestry in Mexico 
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: The 2nd Section of Chapultepec Park is an ecological preservation site and provides ecosystemic services and anthropocentric benefits to the inhabitants of the Metropolitan Area of Mexico City. In recent years the tree cover has shown a reduction and decline. This condition must be reverted and reforestation programs can do in a short period of time. A species test of six native leguminous trees was assessed to determine the response to the conditions of the 2nd section.