Plue, J., Verheyen, K., Van Calster, H., Marage, D., Thompson, K. Kalamees, R., Jankowska-Blaszczuk, M. Bossuyt, B. & Hermy, M. (2010): Seed banks of temperate deciduous forests during secondary succession. Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 965-978.

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Plue, J., Verheyen, K., Van Calster, H., Marage, D., Thompson, K. Kalamees, R., Jankowska-Blaszczuk, M. Bossuyt, B. & Hermy, M. (2010): Seed banks of temperate deciduous forests during secondary succession. Journal of Vegetation Science 21: 965-978.
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Plue et al. (2010)
Első szerző: 
Plue, Jan
Év: 
2010
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Seed banks of temperate deciduous forests during secondary succession
Jan Plue, Kris Verheyen, Hans Van Calster, Damien Marage, Ken Thompson, Rein Kalamees, Malgorzata Jankowska-Blaszczuk, Beatrijs Bossuyt & Martin Hermy

Abstract:
Question: (i) How does former land use and land use intensity affect seed bank development during post-agricultural succession? (ii) How does time since the last clear-cut change seed bank composition during post-clear-cut succession?
Methods: One data set was compiled per succession type using the following selection criteria: (i) the data set included a successional series, (ii) plots were located in mesotrophic forest plant communities and (iii) vegetation data were available. The post-agricultural succession data set comprised 76 recent forest plots (eight studies); the post-cleat-cut succession data set comprised 218 ancient forest plots (three studies). Each data set was analysed separately using either linear mixed models or generalized linear models, controlling for both environmental heterogeneity and variation between study locations.
Results: In the post-agricultural succession data set, land use and time significantly affected nearly all the studied seed bank characteristics. Seed banks on former arable land recovered poorly even after 150 year of restored forest cover, whereas moderate land use intensities (grasslands, heathlands) yielded more rapid seed bank recovery. Time was a significant determinant of all but two seed bank characteristics during post-clear-cut succession. Seed banks in managed ancient forest differed strongly in their characteristics compared to primary forest seed banks.
Conclusions: Forest seed banks bear the marks of former land use and/or forest management and continue to do so for at least 150 years. Nevertheless, time since the last major disturbance, being either former land use or clear-cutting, remains a significant determinant of the seed bank.

erdődinamika, lékdinamika, szukcesszió
mezőgazdaság
tájökológia, tájhasználat, tájtörténet
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Seed banks of temperate deciduous forests during secondary succession
Jan Plue, Kris Verheyen, Hans Van Calster, Damien Marage, Ken Thompson, Rein Kalamees, Malgorzata Jankowska-Blaszczuk, Beatrijs Bossuyt & Martin Hermy

Tartalom:
Introduction
Methods
Data collection and description
Data sets
Seed bank characteristics
Data analysis
Post-agricultural succession data set
Post-clear-cut succession data set
Results
Post-agricultural succession: the effects of former land use and time
Post-clear-cut succession: the effect of time
Discussion
Time over land use or land use over time?
Will managed ancient forests ever resemble primary forests?
Conclusions
Acknowledgements
References
Supporting Information

Ancient forest; Former land use; Land use intensity; Post-agricultural succession; Post-clear-cut succession; Recent forest

Címszavazva - VA

Kiadó: 
International Association for Vegetation Science
Folyóirat: 
Journal of Vegetation Science
Lelőhely: 
ER Archívum (2010/P-007)
Típus: 
tudományos publikáció, konferencia szakcikk (teljes)
Katalógusba vette: 
Gulyás Györgyi
Katalógusbavétel időpontja: 
2010-09-13