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Risk map for the spread of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) into dry biotopes valuable for nature conservation in the state of Brandenburg

Landeck; Hildmann

In Germany, black locust has been classified as an invasive species by nature conservation. On the other hand, it is considered robust to climate change, copes with dry, nutrient-poor soils and has a particularly hard wood. In this conflict, we try to work out problems and opportunities for both nature conservation and forestry with a risk map. Based on dry biotopes valuable for nature conservation as a protected good, we derive zones in which the spread of black locust is problematic. From a distance of 500 m or more between dry biotopes and black locust occurrences, however, we see no threat to nature conservation areas.

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