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  1. Structural, ecological and biogeographical attributes of European vegetation alliances
  2. Evaluating plant lineage losses and gains in temperate forest understories: a phylogenetic perspective on climate change and nitrogen deposition
  3. Combining multiple investigative approaches to unravel functional responses to global change in the understorey of temperate forests
  4. Divergent roles of herbivory in eutrophying forests
  5. VESTA – resurvey of natural, non-forest vegetation (Central Europe)
  6. Changes in Species and Functional Diversity of the Herb Layer of Riparian Forest despite Six Decades of Strict Protection
  7. Differentiation of natural scrub communities of the Cotoneastro-Amelanchieretum group in Central Europe
  8. Diversity of Mulgedio-Aconitetea communities in the Sudetes Mts. (SW Poland) in the Central European context
  9. Directional turnover towards larger‐ranged plants over time and across habitats
  10. Thermal differences between juveniles and adults increased over time in European forest trees
  11. “Lianification” or liana invasion – is there a difference?
  12. Secondary Serpentine Forests of Poland as a Refuge for Vascular Flora
  13. Phytosociological Analysis of Natural and Artificial Pine Forests of the Class Vaccinio-Piceetea Br.-Bl. in Br.-Bl. et al. 1939 in the Sudetes and Their Foreland (Bohemian Massif, Central Europe)
  14. Response to Comment on “Forest microclimate dynamics drive plant responses to warming”
  15. Response to Comment on “Forest microclimate dynamics drive plant responses to warming”
  16. Increasing liana frequency in temperate European forest understories is driven by ivy
  17. Erratum for the Report “Forest microclimate dynamics drive plant responses to warming” by F. Zellweger, P. De Frenne, J. Lenoir, P. Vangansbeke, K. Verheyen, M. Bernhardt-Römermann, L. Baeten, R. Hédl, I. Berki, J. Brunet, H. Van Calster, M. Chudomelov...
  18. Forest microclimate dynamics drive plant responses to warming
  19. Replacements of small- by large-ranged species scale up to diversity loss in Europe’s temperate forest biome
  20. Oak-hornbeam forests of central Europe
  21. Does Protection Really Matter? A Case Study from Central European Oak Forests
  22. Ladislav Mucina: IAVS Honorary Membership
  23. Understanding context dependency in the response of forest understorey plant communities to nitrogen deposition
  24. Observer and relocation errors matter in resurveys of historical vegetation plots
  25. Syntaxonomy and ecology of beech forest vegetation in southwestern Poland
  26. Responses of competitive understorey species to spatial environmental gradients inaccurately explain temporal changes
  27. Landscape memory in abandoned areas—physical and ecological perspectives (Central European mountains case study)
  28. Considerations and consequences of allowing DNA sequence data as types of fungal taxa
  29. Global environmental change effects on plant community composition trajectories depend upon management legacies
  30. Fungal Biodiversity Profiles 31–40
  31. Poland: Central European large river ecosystems under unprecedented threat
  32. Increasing Area of Deciduous Forest Communities (Querco-Fagetea Class) as an Unintended Effect of Regular Forestry Management – a Study from Central Europe
  33. Combining Biodiversity Resurveys across Regions to Advance Global Change Research
  34. Compositional changes in thermophilous oak forests in Poland
  35. Muskau Arch Geopark in Poland (Central Europe)—Is it Possible to Integrate Geoconservation and Geoeducation into Biodiversity Conservation?
  36. Polypodium Interjectum And P. × Mantoniae (Polypodiaceae) In The Polish Sudetes
  37. The spread of Impatiens parviflora DC. in Central European oak forests – another stage of invasion?
  38. Is the plant species composition of Silver fir mixed forest in the Polish highlands affected by air pollution and climate warming?
  39. Variability of Abies alba-dominated forests in Central Europe