Storm-damage and vegetation change in East Hampshire beechwoods II. Noar Hill Hanger (ENRR604)
Noar Hill Hanger is an ancient semi-natural beechwood, growing on a steep, chalk slope in southern England. It was severely damaged by the Great Storm of 1987 and part was consequently set-aside as a non-intervention area to allow the vegetation to develop naturally. Changes in the ground vegetation within this area were recorded in fifty, 1×1m quadrats positioned at 10m intervals along two permanently marked transects. Recordings took place in 1991, 1993 and 2000.
This record was published on 16 August 2005.
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