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Plant traits of propagule banks and standing vegetation reveal flooding alleviates impacts of agriculture on wetland restoration

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Restoration of degraded plant communities requires understanding of community assembly processes. Human land use can influence plant community assembly by altering environmental conditions and species’ dispersal patterns. Flooding, including from environmental flows, may counteract land use effects on wetland vegetation. We examined the influence of land use history and flood frequency on the functional composition of wetland plant communities along a regulated river.
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Keywords: agriculture; community assembly and reassembly; community composition; environmental flows; exotic species; flood frequency; floodplain wetland vegetation; functional traits; native species; seedbank

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2017

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