Joe Greet, Roger D. Cousens and J. Angus Webb Flow regulation is associated with riverine soil seed bank composition within an agricultural landscape: potential implications for restoration Journal of Vegetation Science 24
Our results suggest that flow regulation affects the composition of riverine seed banks. This is likely to be driven by changes to the extant vegetation, and patterns of germination and waterborne dispersal. Our study corroborates previous research suggesting that regulation affects riverine seed bank dynamics, and that natural flow timing is important for the recruitment of native riverine plants.
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