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APPLIED VEGETATION SCIENCE / CHYTRY, M.
- Step carefully, there is an elephant in the room: human trampling as threat or treat in conservation / EJRNÆS, R.
- Impacts of vivitor trampling on the taxonomic and functional community structure of calcareous grassland / CONRADI, T.
- Grassland restoration by seeding: seed source and growth form matter more than density / WALKER, E.A.
- Evaluating restoration potential of transferred topsoil / FOWLER, W.M.
- Limitations to the use of facilitation as a restoration tool in arid grazed savanna: a case study / NOUMI, Z.
- Flower functional trait responses to restoration time / COUTO GARCIA, L.
- Recovery of plant diversity in restored semi-natural pastures depends on adjacent land use / WINSA, M.
- Both farming practices and landscape characteristics determine the diversity of characteristic and rare arable weeds in organically managed fields / ROTCHÉS-RIBALTA, R.
- Detecting long-term losses at the plant community level - arable fields in Germany revisited / MEYER, S.
- Ecological disturbance regimes caused by agricultural land uses and their effects on tropical forest regeneration / ZERMEÑO-HERNÁNDEZ, I.
- Indirect effects of land-use legacies determine tree colonization patterns in abandones heathland / KEPFER-ROJAS, S.
- Stand management to reduce fire risk promotes understorey plant diversity and biomass in a semi-arid Pinus halepensis plantation / JIMENEZ, M.N.
- Predicting historic forest composition using species lists in presettlement land survey records, western New York / LARSEN, C.P.S.
- Plant beta-diversity is enhanced aroud grassland-forest edges within a traditional agricultural landscape / OHARA, R.G.
- Floods reduce the prevalence of exotic plant species within the riparian zone: evidence from natural floods / GREET, J.
- Human legacies differentially organize functional and phylogenetic diversity of urban herbaceous plant communities at multiple spatial scales / JOHNSON, A.L.
- What lies beneath: detecting sub-canopy changes in savanna woodlands using a three-dimensional classification method / FISHER, J.T.