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La diversité de gestion des espaces herbacés en zone urbaine et péri-urbaine d'Angers et les relations à la biodiversité végétale

Abstract : Herbaceous areas occupy an important place in urban and rural landscapes, particularly in so-called peri-urban areas, which are quite complex transition areas with specific urban and rural characteristics. In this study, we are working on urban and peri-urban areas. We calculated the boundary of our study area in terms of percentages of artificialization. Thus, the study area is composed of all areas with a percentage of artificialization higher than 20%. The herbaceous areas of this area are managed by many actors, each with different management methods and very specific objectives associated with these areas. These actors can be more agricultural or urban in nature, and have more or less intensive management methods. This work highlights the links between herbaceous area managers, the management methods they apply and the associated objectives. In addition, in these herbaceous areas there is a flora that is sensitive to many factors, including management. We have thus shown that the floristic processions of herbaceous spaces are modified according to the intensity of the management of the rather urban character or not of the plot and the actor who applies the management.
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Charlotte Buland. La diversité de gestion des espaces herbacés en zone urbaine et péri-urbaine d'Angers et les relations à la biodiversité végétale. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02966581⟩

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