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The occurrence of herbs and woody juveniles in a hardwood floodplain forest in relation to flooding and light
The results indicate that both shading and flood- ing are important for regeneration of woody species and for maintaining species diversity in hardwood flood-plain forests.
Effects of irregular flooding on the establishment of tree species
Floodplain forest restoration: tree seedling establishment and tall herb interference in relation to flooding and shading
- H. Siebel
- Environmental Science
Ephemerum cohaerens and E. rutheanum: persistent annual bryophytes in the Dutch Rine floodplain
© 2012 The Authors. This is an Open Access article. Forelands of the river Rhine tributaries in the Netherlands are made up of young clayey deposits on Pleistocene gravels and sands. Terrestrial…
CAN TREE SEEDLINGS SURVIVE INCREASED FLOOD LEVELS OF RIVERS
Defining hotspots of characteristic species for multiple taxonomic groups in the Netherlands
The concept of hotspots as operationalized in this study can make nature conservation planning more efficient and comprise the majority of the species occurring in the Netherlands for the studied groups.
Orthotrichum comosum New to the Netherlands and Northwest Europe
Orthotrichum comosum was discovered in 2011 on a tree of Acer platanoides in a residential area of the city of Hilversum and is still present there in 2017 and has spread very locally.
Phylogenetic inferences reveal deep polyphyly of Aongstroemiaceae and Dicranellaceae within the haplolepideous mosses (Dicranidae, Bryophyta)