Gries oberhalb Schloss
Alpine high valley with a clastic rock of dolomite
The Gries is a clastic rock of dolomite in the Wimbachtal. The sampling site
Gries oberhalb Schloss consists of nine sampling places:
- Spruces are sampled at six places. These are located at altitudes between 990 and 1540 metres. At the lower sites spruces grow in closed stocks whereas only sparse stocks and individual trees are found at the higher sites.
- The other three sampling places are used for sampling of beech. They are located in closed beech forests and mixed forests at altitudes between 860 and 1000 metres.
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