Alexander Strehmel

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There are many natural and anthropogenic impacts on the vegetation in riparian wetlands. The Yellow River in the North of China is one of the biggest rivers of the world, but the riparian wetland area is very small. The monitoring of these wetlands has increased in the last years because of the high ecological importance and increasing pressure due to(More)
The construction of the Three Gorges Dam in China and the subsequent impoundment of the Yangtze River have induced a major land use change in the Three Gorges Reservoir Region, which fosters increased inputs of sediment and nutrients from diffuse sources into the water bodies. Several government programs have been implemented to mitigate high sediment and(More)
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