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Fostering synergies between ecosystem services and biodiversity in conservation planning: A review
Abstract Our dependence on biodiversity and ecosystem services (ES) is increasing, due to population expansion and economic growth. Consequently, maintaining biodiversity and sustaining ES supplyExpand
Spontaneous revegetation of mined peatlands in eastern Canada
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It is revealed that abandoned mined peatlands have a high diversity of peatland vascular plants species and a low di- versity of non-peatland species. Expand
A New Approach for Tracking Vegetation Change after Restoration: A Case Study with Peatlands
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Examining PRC scores after classifying species according to their preferred habitat allowed to illustrate objectively how restoration promotes target species (associated to peatlands) and how lack of intervention benefits ruderal species. Expand
Animal and vegetation patterns in natural and man-made bog pools: implications for restoration
SUMMARY 1. Peatlands have suffered great losses following drainage for agriculture, forestry, urbanisation, or peat mining, near inhabited areas. We evaluated the faunal and vegetation patterns afterExpand
Organic matter accumulation in a restored peatland: evaluating restoration success.
Recent advances in peatland restoration techniques have succeeded in establishing Sphagnum moss on the remnant cutover peat surface following peat extraction; however, evaluating restoration successExpand
Peat, Water and Plant Tissue Chemistry Monitoring: A Seven-Year Case-Study in a Restored Peatland
Following ecosystem-scale restoration of a post-harvested bog in Eastern Canada, a long term monitoring program was set up. Peat, water and plant chemistry data were collected during 7 years in aExpand
Restoration of riparian vegetation: A global review of implementation and evaluation approaches in the international, peer-reviewed literature.
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Future evaluations would benefit from incorporating emerging concepts in ecology such as functional traits to assess recovery of functionality, more rigorous experimental designs, enhanced comparisons among projects, longer term monitoring and reporting failure. Expand
Organic matter accumulation in a restored peatland: Evaluating restoration success
Recent advances in peatland restoration techniques have succeeded in establishing Sphagnum moss on the remnant cutover peat surface following peat extraction; however, evaluating restoration successExpand
Can indicator species predict restoration outcomes early in the monitoring process? A case study with peatlands
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The IndVal method is an effective tool to identify early indicators of restoration success when combined with a thoughtful examination of species frequency and cover within each site type. Expand
Sensitivity of spectral indices to CO2 fluxes for several plant communities in a Sphagnum-dominated peatland
Peatlands may play an important role in global carbon cycles, and thus developing better estimates of carbon exchange in those ecosystems has become a main concern. In this study, the relationshipExpand
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