1. bookVolume 12 (2019): Edizione 3 (December 2019)
Dettagli della rivista
License
Formato
Rivista
eISSN
1805-4196
Prima pubblicazione
20 Jun 2008
Frequenza di pubblicazione
3 volte all'anno
Lingue
Inglese
Accesso libero

Arable Land Abandonment in the Czech Villages of Romanian Banat Area and Plant Diversity in Old-Fields

Pubblicato online: 30 Dec 2019
Volume & Edizione: Volume 12 (2019) - Edizione 3 (December 2019)
Pagine: 99 - 116
Ricevuto: 02 Nov 2019
Accettato: 03 Dec 2019
Dettagli della rivista
License
Formato
Rivista
eISSN
1805-4196
Prima pubblicazione
20 Jun 2008
Frequenza di pubblicazione
3 volte all'anno
Lingue
Inglese

Bazzaz, F.A., (1975). Plant species diversity in old-field successional ecosystems in southern Illinois. – Ecology, 56: 485−488.Search in Google Scholar

Bomberger, M.L., Shields, S.L., Harrison, A.T. and Keeler, K.H., (1983). Comparison of old field succession on a tallgrass prairie and a Nebrasca Sandhills prairie. – Biological Sciences, University of Nebrasca – Lincoln, 3(1): 9–15.Search in Google Scholar

Braun-Blanquet, J., (1928). Pflanzensoziologie. Springer Verlag, Berlin.10.1007/978-3-662-02056-2Search in Google Scholar

Carson, W.P. and Peterson, C.J., (1990). The role of litter in an old-field community: impact of litter quantity in different seasons on plant species richness and abundance. – Oecologia, 85: 8–13.Search in Google Scholar

Ciocârlan, V., (2000). Flora ilustratã a României. Pteridophyta et Spermatophyta. 2nd edition. – Editura Ceres, Bucuresti.Search in Google Scholar

Cramer, V.A., Hobbs, R.J. and Standish, R.J., (2008). What’s new about old fields? Land abandonment and ecosystem assembly. – Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 23(2): 104–112.Search in Google Scholar

Csergö, A.M. and Demeter, L., (2012). Plant species diversity and traditional management in Eastern Carpathian grasslands. – EFNCP Report No 3150755, Derwentside, England, p. 4–41.Search in Google Scholar

Daubenmire, R., (1975). Plant succession on abandoned fields, and fire influences, in a steppe area in Southeastern Washingthon. – Northwest Science, 49(1): 36–48.Search in Google Scholar

Denslow, J.S., (1980). Patterns of plant species diversity during succession under different disturbance regimes. – Oecologia, 46: 18−2110.1007/BF0034696028310620Search in Google Scholar

De Steven, D., (1991). Experiments on mechanisms of tree establishment in old field succession: Seedling survival and growth. – Ecology, 72: 1076−1088.Search in Google Scholar

Dinnage, R., (2009). Disturbance alters the phylogenetic composition and structure of plant communities in an old field system. – PloS ONE, 4(9): 1–9.Search in Google Scholar

Greenfield, K., (2005). Light disking to enhance early successional wildlife habitat in grasslands and old fields:Wildlife benefits and erosion potential. – Technical Note No. 190–32, The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), NRCS, Washington, D.C., p. 1−9.Search in Google Scholar

Kovář, P., Veselý, A., Vojta, J., Wiesner, P., Drhovská, L. and Klárová, M., (2014). 5.3 Consequences of arable land abandonment for the diversity of plant communities.– In: Maděra P., Kovář P., Romportl D., Buček A. et al (Eds): Czech villages in Romanian Banat: Landscape, nature, and culture.(p. 164−175) – Mendel University in Brno, 2014.Search in Google Scholar

Kučera, A., Marosz, K., Holík, L. and Dundek, P., (2019). World under the feet - soils and bedrock. - In: Kovář P. (Red.): Transferred countryside (p. 146−163). A Czech rural phenomenon in the Romanian Banat territory. – Academia, Prague, 2019 [in Czech].Search in Google Scholar

Maděra, P., Kovář, P., Romportl, D., Buček, A. et al (Eds), (2014). Czech villages in Romanian Banat: Landscape, nature, and culture. – Mendel University in Brno, p. 348.Search in Google Scholar

McCune, B. and Keon, D., (2002). Equations for potential annual direct incident radiation and heat load. – Journal of Vegetation Science, 13(4): 603−606.Search in Google Scholar

Omacini, M., Chaneton, E.J., León, R.J.C. and Batista, J.B., (1975). Old-field successional dynamics on the inland pampa, Argentina. – Journal of Vegetation Science, 6: 309–316.Search in Google Scholar

Osbornová, J., Kovářová, M., Lepš, J. and Prach, K. (Eds.), (1990). Succession in abandoned fields: Studies in Central Bohemia, Czechoslovakia. – Kluwer, Dordrecht.10.1007/978-94-009-2444-4Search in Google Scholar

Prach, K., Lepš, J. and Rejmánek, M., (2007). Old field succession in central Europe: Local and regional patterns. – In: Cramer V.A. and Hobbs R.J. (Eds.): Old fields. Dynamics and restoration of abandoned farmland (pp. 180−201). – Island Press, Washington, 2007.Search in Google Scholar

Prévosto, B. et al., (2011). Impacts of land abandonment on vegetation: Successional pathways in European habitats. – Folia Geobotanica, 46(4): 303–325.Search in Google Scholar

Pyšek, P. et al., (2012). Catalogue of alien plants of the Czech Republic (2nd edition): checklist update, taxonomic diversity and invasion patterns. – Preslia, 84: 155–255.Search in Google Scholar

Roleček, J., Tichý, L., Zelený, D. and Chytrý, M., (2009). Modified TWINSPAN Classification in Which the Hierarchy Respects Cluster Heterogeneity. – Journal of Vegetation Science, 20(4): 596−602.Search in Google Scholar

Ruprecht, E., (2005). Secondary succession in old-fields in the Transylvanian Lowland (Romania). – Preslia, 77: 145−177.Search in Google Scholar

Řepka, R., Šebesta, J., Maděra, P. and Koutecký, T., (2014). 5.1 Semi-natural dry grasslands of the White Carpathians and the Banat region: A comparison of the floristic composition and species richness. – In: Maděra P., Kovář P., Romportl D., Buček A. et al (Eds): Czech villages in Romanian Banat: Landscape, nature, and culture (p. 144−152) – Mendel University in Brno, 2014.Search in Google Scholar

Schmitz, O.J., Kallies, E.L. and Booth, M.G., (2006). Alternative dynamic regimes and trophic control of plant succession. – Ecosystems, 9: 659−672.Search in Google Scholar

Siemann, E., Haarstad, J. and Tilman, D., (1999). Dynamics of plant and arthropod diversity during old field succession. – Ecography, 22: 406−414.Search in Google Scholar

Štolcová, J., (2002). Secondary succession on an early abandoned field: Vegetation composition and production of biomass. – Plant Protection Science, 38(4): 149−154.Search in Google Scholar

ter Braak, C. and Šmilauer, P., (2002). Canoco reference manual and Canodraw for Windows user’s guide: software for canonical community ordination, version 4.5. Microcomputer power, Ithaca, NY, US.Search in Google Scholar

Tichý, L., (2002). JUICE, software for vegetation classification. - Journal of Vegetation Science, 13: 451 - 453.Search in Google Scholar

Veselý, A., (2016). Phytodiversity in old fields of different age and management history on agricultural land adjacent to Czech villages in Romanian Banat area. – MSc Thesis [Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Institute of the environment], 82 p. [in Czech]Search in Google Scholar

Vojta, J., Kovář, P. and Volařík, D., (2014). 5.2 Patterns of grazing and plant species diversity in the pasturelands. – In: Maděra P., Kovář P., Romportl D., Buček A. et al (Eds): Czech villages in Romanian Banat: Landscape, nature, and culture (p. 153−163) – Mendel University in Brno, 2014.Search in Google Scholar

Wilsey, B.J. and Potvin, C., (2000). Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: Importance of species evenness in an old field. – Ecology, 81: 887−892.Search in Google Scholar

Zajícová, K. and Chuman, T., (2019). Effect of land use on soil chemical properties after 190 years of forest to agricultural land conversion. – Soil & Water Res., 14: 121−131.Search in Google Scholar

http://www.synbiosys.alterra.nl/turboveg/Search in Google Scholar

http://www.sci.muni.cz/botany/juice.htmSearch in Google Scholar

Articoli consigliati da Trend MD

Pianifica la tua conferenza remota con Sciendo