Response of floodplain grassland plant communities to altered water regimes

@article{Toogood2007ResponseOF,
  title={Response of floodplain grassland plant communities to altered water regimes},
  author={Sarah E. Toogood and C. C. Joyce and Stephen W. Waite},
  journal={Plant Ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={197},
  pages={285-298}
}
Floodplain grasslands are often composed of a mosaic of plant communities controlled by hydrological regime. This article examines the sensitivity of floodplain grassland plant communities to water regime using reciprocal transplantation of an inundation grassland and a flood-meadow within an English floodplain. Experimental treatments comprised control, transplanted and lifted plots; the last treatment, in order to elucidate any disturbance effects of transplantation. Plant community response… CONTINUE READING

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