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Functional diversity analysis helps to identify filters affecting community assembly after fen restoration by top-soil removal and hay transfer

Based on: Hedberg P., Kozub Ł. & Kotowski W. (2014)

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2014 2

Restauration des milieux tourbeux: essais de techniques de restauration des casiers d’exploitation de la tourbières “sur les Seignes” à Frambouhans

Based on: Pôle-Relais Tourbières 0 (2013)

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2013 1

Réintroduction de sphaignes dans une tourbière exploitée: évaluation de divers moyens de protection contre la dessiccation

Based on: Rochefort L. & Bastien D.F. (1998)

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1998 5

Extinction and reintroduction of the bryophyte Scorpidium scorpioides in a rich-fen spring site in the Netherlands

Based on: Kooijman A.M., Beltman B. & Westhoff V. (1994)

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1994 1

Sphagnum establishment on bare peat: the importance of climatic variability and Sphagnum species richness

Based on: Chirino C., Campeau S. & Rochefort L. (2006)

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2006 1

Restoring the vegetation of mined peatlands in the southern Rocky Mountains of Colorado, USA

Based on: Cooper D.J. & MacDonald L.H. (2000)

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2000 4

Regeneration and restoration of degraded peat swamp forest in Berbak NP, Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia

Based on: van Eijk P., Leenman P., Wibisono I.T.C. & Giesen W. (2010)

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2010 1

Restoration of cut-over raised bogs in southern Germany – a comparison of methods

Based on: Sliva J. & Pfadenhauer J. (1999)

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1999 9

Artificial bird perches for the regeneration of degraded tropical peat swamp forest: a restoration tool with limited potential

Based on: Graham L.L.B. & Page S.E. (2011)

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2011 1

Re-establishment of a Sphagnum dominated flora on cut-over lowland raised bogs

Based on: Money R.P. (1995)

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1995 4

Sphagnum reintroduction in degraded peatlands: the effects of aggregation, species identity and water table

Based on: Robroek B.J.M., van Ruijven J., Schouten M.G.C., Breeuwer A., Crushell P.H., Berendse F. & Limpens J. (2009)

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2009 2

Effectiveness of turf stripping as a measure for restoring species-rich fen meadows in suboptimal hydrological conditions

Based on: Van der Hoek D. & Heijmans M. (2007)

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2007 1

Sphagnum farming in Germany – a review of progress

Based on: Gaudig G., Fengler F., Krebs M., Prager A., Schulz J., Wichmann S. & Joosten H. (2013)

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2013 1

Reintroduction of fen plant communities on a degraded minerotrophic peatland

Based on: Rochefort L., LeBlanc M.-C., Bérubé V., Hugron S., Boudreau S. & Pouliot R. (2016)

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2016 5

Topsoil removal in degraded rich fens: can we force an ecosystem reset?

Based on: Emsens W.-J., Aggenbach C.J.S., Smolders A.J.P. & Van Diggelen R. (2015)

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2015 1

Restoring sedges and mosses into frost heaving iron fens, San Juan Mountains, Colorado

Based on: Chimner R.A. (2011)

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2011 3

Growth performance of three indigenous tree species (Cratoxylum arborescens Vahl. Blume, Alstonia spathulata Blume, and Stemonurus scorpioides Becc.) plated at burned area in Klias Peat Swamp Forest, Beaufort, Sabah, Malaysia

Based on: Mojol A.R., Wahyudi W. & Nasly N. (2014)

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2014 1

Restoration and recovery of Sphagnum on degraded blanket bog

Based on: Rosenburgh A. (2015)

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2015 4

Vegetation re-development after fen meadow restoration by topsoil removal and hay transfer

Based on: Klimkowska A., Kotowski W., Van Diggelen R., Dzierża P. & Brzezińska K. (2010)

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2010 3

Energy and moisture considerations on cutover peatlands: surface microtopography, mulch cover and Sphagnum regeneration

Based on: Price J., Rochefort L. & Quinty F. (1998)

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1998 3

Fertiliser addition is important for tree growth on cut-over peatlands in eastern Canada

Based on: Caisse G., Boudreau S., Munson A.D. & Rochefort L. (2008)

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2008 3

Experiments with restoration of raised bog vegetation in Aukštumala Raised Bog in Lithuania

Based on: Jarašius L., Pakalnis R., Sendžikaitė J. & Matelevičiūtė D. (2013)

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2013 1

United Utilities Sustainable Catchment Management Programme Volume 3: The Restoration of Highly Degraded Blanket Bog

Based on: Anderson P., Worrall P., Ross S., Hammond G. & Keen A. (2011)

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2011 2

Peat disturbance, mowing, and ditch blocking as tools in rich fen restoration

Based on: Mälson K., Sundberg S. & Rydin H. (2010)

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2010 5

Effects of topsoil removal, seed transfer with plant material and moderate grazing on restoration of riparian fen grasslands

Based on: Rasran L., Vogt K. & Jensen K. (2007)

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2007 5
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