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Impact of rewetting on the vegetation of a cut-away peatland

Applied Vegetation Science

Based on: Tuittila E.-S., Vasander H. & Laine J. (2000)

Restoration of peat-forming vegetation by rewetting species-poor fen grasslands

Applied Vegetation Science

Based on: Timmermann T., Margóczi K., Takács G. & Vegelin K. (2006)

Controls on plot-scale growing season CO2 and CH4 fluxes in restored peatlands: do they differ from unrestored and natural sites?

Mires and Peat

Based on: Strack M., Cagampan J., Hassanpour Fard G., Keith A.M., Nugent K., Rankin T., Robinson C. & Strachan I.B. (2016)

Soil and vegetation responses to hydrological manipulation in a partially drained polje fen in New Zealand

Wetlands Ecology and Management

Based on: Sorrell B.K., Partridge T.R., Clarkson B.R., Jackson R.J. & Chagué-Goff C. (2007)

Mechanisms involved in the re-establishment of Sphagnum-dominated vegetation in rewetted bog remnants

Wetlands Ecology and Management

Based on: Smolders A.J.P., Tomassen H.B.M., van Mullekom L.P.M. & Roelofs J.G.M. (2003)

Vegetation change in an ombrotrophic mire in northern England after excluding sheep

Applied Vegetation Science

Based on: Smith R.S., Charman D., Rushton S.P., Sanderson R.A., Simkin J.M. & Shiel R.S. (2003)

Restoration of cut-over raised bogs in southern Germany – a comparison of methods

Applied Vegetation Science

Based on: Sliva J. & Pfadenhauer J. (1999)

Restoring cut-over restiad peat bogs: a factorial experiment of nutrients, seed and cultivation

Ecological Engineering

Based on: Schipper L.A., Clarkson B.R., Vojvodic-Cukovic M. & Webster R. (2002)

Managing wetland plant populations: lessons learned in Europe may apply to North American fens

Biological Conservation

Based on: Scanga S.E. & Leopold D.J. (2012)

Comparing survey methods for monitoring vegetation change through time in a restored peatland

Wetlands Ecology and Management

Based on: Rochefort L., Isselin-Nondedeu F., Boudreau S. & Poulin M. (2013)

Sphagnum reintroduction in degraded peatlands: the effects of aggregation, species identity and water table

Basic and Applied Ecology

Based on: Robroek B.J.M., van Ruijven J., Schouten M.G.C., Breeuwer A., Crushell P.H., Berendse F. & Limpens J. (2009)

The influence of rewetting on vegetation development and decomposition in a degraded fen

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Richert M., Dietrich O., Koppisch D. & Roth S. (2000)

A new approach for tracking vegetation change after restoration: a case study with peatlands

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Poulin M., Andersen R. & Rochefort L. (2013)

Cambios de la vegetación tras la restauración de la turbera de Belate (Navarra) observados mediante cartografía diacrónica

Based on: Peralta de Andrés J., Heras Pérez P., Infante Sánchez M. & Berastegi Gartziandia A. (2015)

Bog recovery in northeastern Estonia after the reduction of atmospheric pollution input

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Paal J., Vellak K., Liira J. & Karofeld E. (2009)

Specialist butterflies benefit most from the ecological restoration of mires

Biological Conservation

Based on: Noreika N., Kotze D.J., Loukola O.J., Sormunen N., Vuori A., Päivinen J., Penttinen J., Punttila P. & Kotiaho J.S. (2016)

Rapid recovery of invertebrate communities after ecological restoration of boreal mires

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Noreika N., Kotiaho J.S., Penttinen J., Punttila P., Vuori A., Pajunen T., Autio O., Loukola O.J. & Kotze D.J. (2015)

Performance of artificial maternity bat roost structures near Bath, UK

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Garland L., Wells M. & Markham S. (2017)

Designing a new access point for lesser horseshoe bats, Gloucestershire, UK

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Reason P.F. (2017)

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