Mélissa De Wilde

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Temporary dewatering constitutes a drastic change in conditions for aquatic vegetation. Species’ sustained performance under these conditions relies partly on their ability to produce a terrestrial phenotype. Such adaptations may include the development of self-supporting aboveground organs with higher dry matter content enabling plants to withstand gravity(More)
Due to global change, many wetlands experience water level decreases and changes in their hydrological functioning, modifying their physico-chemical characteristics. Riverine wetlands are particularly complex within this framework because they are supplied by different water sources. This study assessed how long-term water level decreases in riverine(More)
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