Vegetation of Mediterranean temporary pools: a fading jewel?

@article{Rhazi2011VegetationOM,
  title={Vegetation of Mediterranean temporary pools: a fading jewel?},
  author={La{\"i}la Rhazi and Patrick Grillas and Er-Riyahi Saber and Mouhssine Rhazi and Luc Brendonck and Aline Waterkeyn},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2011},
  volume={689},
  pages={23-36}
}
  • Laïla Rhazi, Patrick Grillas, +3 authors Aline Waterkeyn
  • Published in Hydrobiologia 2011
  • Biology
  • Although Mediterranean temporary pools are of great value for conservation, they are in rapid decline under the impact of various forms of anthropogenic pressure. Their disappearance from the landscape may result in a weakening of the biological connections between pools due to increasing isolation and the impoverishment of their communities. In Western Morocco (province of Benslimane), temporary pools have undergone severe regression over the past decades. The quantification of these losses… CONTINUE READING

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