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Master Thesis

Évaluation édaphique et botanique de mesures de réhabilitation de zones humides

Abstract : Sensitive and challenging areas, wetlands require a special attention, or even to be restorated when they have been degraded. This work presents in a first part the evaluation of restoration techniques of vegetation cover on a former crop field by sowing and hay transfer with or without stripping versus control. It is shown in this study that control and hay transfert are the best treatments. In the second part it deals with the creation of a soil and botanical reference panel for evaluating the effectiveness of restoration in a long-term monitoring. This tool is built on the edaphic and botanical dataset collected on 21 wet meadows in Finistère, France. It gives a scale of values for edaphic parametrers and a phytosociological table to locate the restored site relevé. These studies fall within the experimental network on the rehabilitation of wetlands in Finistère among other studies on hydrology and wildlife.
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Joseph Thiry. Évaluation édaphique et botanique de mesures de réhabilitation de zones humides. Sciences agricoles. 2015. ⟨dumas-01234285⟩



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