Ecosystem Recovery Across a Chronosequence of Restored Wetlands in the Platte River Valley

@article{Meyer2007EcosystemRA,
  title={Ecosystem Recovery Across a Chronosequence of Restored Wetlands in the Platte River Valley},
  author={Clinton K. Meyer and Sara G. Baer and M R Whiles},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2007},
  volume={11},
  pages={193-208}
}
  • Clinton K. Meyer, Sara G. Baer, M R Whiles
  • Published in Ecosystems 2007
  • Biology
  • Wet meadows in the Platte River valley (PRV) consist of linear wetlands in mesic prairie matrix systems that have been degraded and diminished for agriculture. Restoration in this region is a widespread practice that involves land contouring and seeding native species, however ecosystem recovery following restoration has never been examined. We quantified recovery trajectories and rates of above- and belowground plant biomass, soil physical and chemical properties, and C and N pools in a… CONTINUE READING

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