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Phosphatase activity and P fractions in soils of an 18-year-old Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) plantation
Abstract Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata), an important native tree species, has been widely planted in mountainous areas in the tropics and subtropics in China for more than 1000 years and usedExpand
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Adaptive responses of Lepidium latifolium to soil flooding: biomass allocation, adventitious rooting, aerenchyma formation and ethylene production
Abstract Lepidium latifolium, perennial pepperweed, is an exotic crucifer that has spread explosively in recent years in wetlands and riparian areas of the western United States. Adaptive responsesExpand
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Effect of soil flooding on photosynthesis, carbohydrate partitioning and nutrient uptake in the invasive exotic
Abstract Lepidium latifolium L. is an invasive exotic crucifer that has spread explosively in wetlands and riparian areas of the western United States. To understand the ecophysiologicalExpand
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Long-term phosphorus removal in the Everglades stormwater treatment areas of South Florida in the United States
Abstract Annual phosphorus (P) removal in the six Everglades stormwater treatment areas (STAs) was examined during the period of record water years 1995–2011. The STAs have received approximatelyExpand
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Effect of Flooding Depth on Growth, Biomass, Photosynthesis, and Chlorophyll Fluorescence of Typha domingensis
We examined the growth, biomass, photosynthesis, and chlorophyll fluorescence of Typha domingensis (southern cattail) in response to a six-week period of three flooding depths: 40, 91, and 137 cmExpand
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Anaerobic metabolism in the roots of seedlings of the invasive exotic Lepidium latifolium
Lepidium latifolium is an invasive exotic crucifer that is widely distributed in riparian zones and wetlands. In this study, anoxic carbohydrate metabolism and post-anoxic injury in the roots of L.Expand
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Chinese integrated fish farming: a comparative bioeconomic analysis
This paper provides an overview of the structure and performance of Chinese integrated pond fish farming systems, based on analysis of survey data for 1013 ponds on 101 farms in eight ChineseExpand
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Does sulphate enrichment promote the expansion of Typha domingensis (cattail) in the Florida Everglades?1
SUMMARY 1. The expansion of Typha domingensis into areas once dominated by Cladium jamaicense in the Florida Everglades has been attributed to altered hydrology and phosphorus enrichment, althoughExpand
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Surface-Flow Constructed Treatment Wetlands for Pollutant Removal: Applications and Perspectives
  • H. Chen
  • Environmental Science
  • Wetlands
  • 31 May 2011
I review the technology and application of free-water surface flow (FWS), macrophyte-dominated constructed treatment wetlands (CTWs) for pollutant removal. FWS-CTWs are used to remove a wide range ofExpand
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Effect of deep flooding on nutrients and non-structural carbohydrates of mature Typha domingensis and its post-flooding recovery
Abstract Vegetation health is a critical factor for the sustainable performance of constructed treatment wetlands. Biomass, growth, nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and total non-structuralExpand
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