Ecotechnology as a tool for restoring degraded drylands: A meta-analysis of field experiments

@inproceedings{Pieiro2013EcotechnologyAA,
  title={Ecotechnology as a tool for restoring degraded drylands: A meta-analysis of field experiments},
  author={Juan Pablo Pi{\~n}eiro and Fernando T Maestre and L. {\'A}lvarez Bartolom{\'e} and Alejandro Valdecantos},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Land degradation and desertification are widespread in drylands, highlighting the need to restore them to reverse their negative effects. The restoration of degraded drylands is commonly initiated by restoring the vegetation using plantations of tree/shrub seedlings. We conducted a meta-analysis of published field experiments in drylands to analyze and compare the effects of different ecotechnological techniques (nursery mycorrhization, treeshelters, organic amendments, hydrogels and… CONTINUE READING
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