Managing plant species diversity under fluctuating wetland conditions: the case of temporarily flooded depressions

Abstract

Temporarily flooded depressions in arable fields support populations of specialised plant species that are affected by flooding and agricultural management. Depending on the degree of flooding, different proportions of wetland and arable species contribute to the seed bank. This is reflected by high inter-annual variations in plant communities with a high… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11273-016-9490-2

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@article{Altenfelder2016ManagingPS, title={Managing plant species diversity under fluctuating wetland conditions: the case of temporarily flooded depressions}, author={Sara Altenfelder and Melanie Schmitz and Peter Poschlod and Johannes Kollmann and Harald Albrecht}, journal={Wetlands Ecology and Management}, year={2016}, volume={24}, pages={597-608} }