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In 2011, soil properties and stand condition of four forest stands were evaluated at the Křtiny Training Forest Enterprise (Czech Republic). The stands were managed on a long-term basis as an oak-hornbeam coppice undergoing conversion to high forest over the last 110 years approximately. The aim of the study was to compare the current condition of stands and soils with that of 1959. The stands were subjected to (a) an analysis of changes in the species composition during the conversion to highdoi:10.17221/118/2014-jfs fatcat:i4duhjirbbgq5obantbk75poxe