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Understanding long-term effects of topsoil removal in peatlands: overcoming thresholds for fen meadows restoration

Applied Vegetation Science

Based on: Klimkowska A., van der Elst D.J.D. & Grootjans A.P. (2015)

Vegetation re-development after fen meadow restoration by topsoil removal and hay transfer

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Klimkowska A., Kotowski W., Van Diggelen R., Dzierża P. & Brzezińska K. (2010)

Rehabilitation of grassland areas in peat swamp forests in Peninsular Malaysia

Based on: Ismail P., Shamsudin I., Nik Muhamad N.M. & Faridah Hanum I. (2001)

Topsoil removal in degraded rich fens: can we force an ecosystem reset?

Ecological Engineering

Based on: Emsens W.-J., Aggenbach C.J.S., Smolders A.J.P. & Van Diggelen R. (2015)

The hemiparasite Pedicularis palustris: 'ecosystem engineer' for fen-meadow restoration

Journal for Nature Conservation

Based on: Decleer K., Bonte D. & Van Diggelen R. (2013)

Lowland forest loss in protected areas of Indonesian Borneo

Science

Based on: Curran L.M., Trigg S.N. & McDonald A.K. (2004)

Responses of rich-fen Annex I and related habitats to restoration and management undertaken as part of the Anglesey & Lyn Fens LIFE Project. Technical Report No. 7.

LIFE Project: Anglesey & Llyn Fens

Based on: Birch K.S., Guest J.E., Shepherd S., Milner P., Jones P.S. & Hanson J. (2015)

Ditch restoration in a large Northern Michigan fen: vegetation response and basic porewater chemistry

Ecological Restoration

Based on: Bess J.A., Chimner R.A. & Kangas L.C. (2014)

United Utilities Sustainable Catchment Management Programme Volume 3: The Restoration of Highly Degraded Blanket Bog

Penny Anderson Associates Report

Based on: Anderson P., Worrall P., Ross S., Hammond G. & Keen A. (2011)

Restoring afforested peat bogs: results of current research

Forestry Commission Report

Based on: Anderson R. (2010)

Peat in horticulture and conservation: the UK response to a changing world

Mires and Peat

Based on: Alexander P.D., Bragg N.C., Meade R., Padelopoulos G. & Watts O. (2008)

Ecosystem service restoration after 10 years of rewetting peatlands in NE Germany

Environmental Management

Based on: Zerbe S., Steffenhagen P., Parakenings K., Timmermann T., Frick A., Gelbrecht J. & Zak D. (2013)

Assessment of an integrated peat-harvesting and reclamation method: peatland-atmosphere carbon fluxes and vegetation recovery

Wetlands Ecology and Management

Based on: Wilhelm L.P., Morris P.J., Granath G. & Waddington J.M. (2015)

Sphagnum peatlands of Australasia: an assessment of harvesting sustainability

Biological Conservation

Based on: Whinam J. & Buxton R.P. (1997)

Full compliance with harvest regulations yields ecological benefits: Northern Gulf of California case study

Based on: Ainsworth C.H., Morzaria-Luna H.N., Kaplan I.C., Levin P.S. & Fulton E.A. (2012)

Restoration ecology: aiding and abetting secondary succession on abandoned peat mines in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Canada

Mires and Peat

Based on: Vander Kloet S.P., Avery T.S., Vander Kloet P.J. & Milton G.R. (2012)

A multidisciplinary evaluation of restoration measures in a degraded Cirsio-Molinietum fen meadow

Applied Vegetation Science

Based on: van Duren I.C., Strykstra R.J., Grootjans A.P., ter Heerdt G.N.J. & Pegtel D.M. (1998)

The contribution of rewetting to vegetation restoration of degraded peat meadows

Applied Vegetation Science

Based on: van Dijk J., Stroetenga M., van Bodegom P.M. & Aerts R. (2007)

Ectomycorrhizal fungi promote growth of Shorea balangeran in degraded peat swamp forests

Wetlands Ecology and Management

Based on: Turjaman M., Santoso E., Susanto A., Gaman S., Limin S.H., Tamai Y., Osaki M. & Tawaraya K. (2011)

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