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Gäulandschaft refers to a flat, tree-poor landscape in the southern German-speaking area ( Alemannic , also in Switzerland ), typically with fertile soils due to loess deposits (exception, for example, poor Gäu of the Baden-Württemberg Gäus ), whose intensive use for planting originally existing forests (→ climatic vegetation - im Contrary to the refuted steppe theory theory and the controversial megaherbivore hypothesis ). The North German name is Börde .

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