A working knowledge of lichen ecology is important to all foresters, as it can reveal much about the age, health and management history of woodland and the prevalence of atmospheric pollution in the area. But these plants are under threat from just such pollution and insensitive felling and replanting. This illustrated guide describes lichen and where they can be found, and assesses the effect of various management practices on lichen abundance and species diversity. It should be of interest to foresters, ecologists and all concerned with woodland preservation.
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