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Soil seed banks and the potential restoration of forested wetlands after farming
Author(s): B. A. Middleton
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Journal of Applied Ecology
Article Topic(s): Seed storage,Restoration,Water
Research Setting(s): Wetland,Forest,Agricultural
Species Referenced: Cephalanthus occidentalis (Common buttonbush),
AbstractExamines the composition of seed banks on agricultural land as potential to restore these sites to forested wetlands. Although seed banks contained a small number of representative woody species, Cephalanthus occidentalis was the most abundant of all woody species.
Suggested CitationB. A. Middleton. "Soil seed banks and the potential restoration of forested wetlands after farming." Journal of Applied Ecology 40.6 (2003): 1025-1034.