Local and landscape factors affecting communities of plants and diurnal Lepidoptera in black coal spoil heaps: Implications for restoration management

@inproceedings{Tropek2013LocalAL,
  title={Local and landscape factors affecting communities of plants and diurnal Lepidoptera in black coal spoil heaps: Implications for restoration management},
  author={Robert Tropek and Martin Hejda and Tom{\'a}s Kadlec and Luk{\'a}{\vs} Spitzer},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Post-mining sites have been repeatedly shown as crucial refuges for endangered temperate biodiversity, as they supplement vanishing non-productive and/or early successional habitats. Their effective restoration is thus a key task of applied ecology and should be based on robust evidence. Here, we present a landscape-scale study of black coal spoil heaps in the Kladno mining region, Czech Republic. Surveying vascular plants and diurnal Lepidoptera (butterflies and day-active moths), we… CONTINUE READING

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