I have a sentence where I need to express a few ideas, and I'm not sure about the correct choice of the vocabulary and if the use of insert clause here sounds acceptable enough.Here is the sentence:
Global experience shows that availability of manuals, which have been in abundance in Europe, may have a “lulling” effect.
I'm not sure if the clause in bold, both with regard to the choice of vocabulary, and the sentence structure. I was thinking also about leaving out "which" and using only "abounding in Europe", or maybe "which have abounded in Europe", or "of which have been in plenty supply in Europe" or something to that effect. Also, is it possible to use "and" in this clause, so it sounds as an insert, for instance, ",and there has been a rich selection of them in Europe," I'd like to know which of these phrases would best fit this slot in the sentence, and also if the sentence as it is, sounds readable.