Analysis of the succession and structural changes during vegetation regeneration on the site of Pinus brutia forests after fire

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We studied post-fire long-term regeneration of the Pinus brutia forest using the synchronical approach. We analysed species richness pattern and vegetation diversity. The results of our floristic survey show that the majority of species are present from the beginning of the succession and suggest that those forests recover through autosuccession. The study brings together similar studies in the eastern Mediterranean and makes a comparison with the western Mediterranean basin. The study of one of the most important ecological problem in the Mediterranean basin has also a high applied value.