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Approaching the serpentine factor at a local scale—a study in an ultramafic area in northern Greece
- I. Tsiripidis, A. Papaioannou, Vasilios Sapounidis, E. Bergmeier
- Environmental SciencePlant and Soil
- 1 April 2010
We explore factors responsible for vegetation differentiation in a small-scale serpentine area, and attempt to provide new insights in the complexity of the serpentine factor at community level. We…
Comparative Assessment of Goods and Services Provided by Grazing Regulation and Reforestation in Degraded Mediterranean Rangelands
Several management actions are applied to restore ecosystem services in degraded Mediterranean rangelands, which range from adjusting the grazing pressure to the removal of grazers and pine…
Comparative study effects between manure application and a controlled-release fertilizer on the growth, nutrient uptake, photosystem II activity and photosynthetic rate of Olea europaea L. (cv.…
Ecology of the orchid Goodyera repens in its southern distribution limits
The results indicate that the distribution of G. repens is indirectly affected by soil variables through the establishment of mycorrhizal symbiosis, and its distribution is found to be negatively correlated with the nutrient content of the soil.
Assessment of the empirical management method of coppice chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.) Forests practiced by the monks and its effect on the availability of Forest soil resources in Mount Athos,…
- A. Papaioannou
- 28 May 2013
There is a general trend for increased organic matter and nutrient concentrations in the soil of 10 and 40 years old chestnut stands in comparison to those of 20 years of age, leading to severe degradation of nutrient resources.
From which soil metal fractions Fe, Mn, Zn and Cu are taken up by olive trees (Olea europaea L., cv. 'Chondrolia Chalkidikis') in organic groves?
The influence of liming on soil chemical properties and on the alleviation of manganese and copper toxicity in Juglans regia, Robinia pseudoacacia, Eucalyptus sp. and Populus sp. plantations.
Robinia pseudοacacia as a valuable invasive species for the restoration of degraded croplands
Effects of understorey vegetation on tree establishment and growth in a silvopastoral system in northern Greece
A significant positive correlation was observed between sycamore growth and soil moisture, leaf weight, leaf area and leaf number as well as nitrogen and potassium concentration in leaves during the early stages of establishment.