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This journal is closely linked to the Journal of Vegetation Science. It publishes original articles, short notes and review articles in the field of applied vegetation science. Applied Vegetation Science is the Official Organ of the International Association of Vegetation Science (IAVS).

Publisher: Opulus Press on behalf of International Association of Vegetation Science

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Volume 9, Number 2, November 2006

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Fens and floodplains of the temperate zone: Present status, threats, conservation and restoration
pp. 157-162(6)
Authors: van Diggelen, Rudy; Middleton, Beth; Bakker, Jan; Grootjans, Ab; Wassen, Martin

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Importance of sediment deposition and denitrification for nutrient retention in floodplain wetlands
pp. 163-174(12)
Authors: Olde Venterink, Harry; Vermaat, Jan E.; Pronk, Mario; Wiegman, Frank; van der Lee, Guda E.M.; van den Hoorn, Martin W.; Higler, L.W.G.; Verhoeven, Jos T.A.

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Hydrological landscape settings of base-rich fen mires and fen meadows: an overview
pp. 175-184(10)
Authors: Grootjans, A.P.; Adema, E.B.; Bleuten, W.; Joosten, H.; Madaras, M.; Janáková, M.

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The effects of groundwater discharge, mowing and eutrophication on fen vegetation evaluated over half a century
pp. 195-204(10)
Authors: van Belle, Jasper; Barendregt, Aat; Schot, Paul P.; Wassen, Martin J.

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Higher acidification rates in fens with phosphorus enrichment
pp. 205-212(8)
Authors: Kooijman, A.M.; Paulissen, M.P.C.P.

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Comparison of nitrogen and phosphorus fluxes in some European fens and floodplains
pp. 213-222(10)
Authors: Wassen, Martin J.; Olde Venterink, Harry

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Competition as a factor structuring species zonation in riparian fens – a transplantation experiment
pp. 231-240(10)
Authors: Kotowski, Wiktor; Thörig, Werner; van Diggelen, Rudy; Wassen, Martin Joseph

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Restoration of peat-forming vegetation by rewetting species-poor fen grasslands
pp. 241-250(10)
Authors: Timmermann, Tiemo; Margóczi, Katalin; Takács, Gábor; Vegelin, Kees

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Plant traits in response to raising groundwater levels in wetland restoration: evidence from three case studies
pp. 251-260(10)
Authors: van Bodegom, P.M.; Grootjans, A.P.; Sorrell, B.K.; Bekker, R.M.; Bakker, C.; Ozinga, W.A.

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Seed dispersal in fens
pp. 279-284(6)
Authors: Middleton, Beth; van Diggelen, Rudy; Jensen, Kai

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A field assessment of the success of moorland restoration in the rehabilitation of whole plant assemblages
pp. 295-306(12)
Authors: Littlewood, N.A.; Pakeman, R.J.; Woodin, S.J.

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Biodiversity management of fens and fen meadows by grazing, cutting and burning
pp. 307-316(10)
Authors: Middleton, Beth A.; Holsten, Bettina; van Diggelen, Rudy

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