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Tyler, Torbjörn LU (2018) In Botaniska Notiser : utgivna av Lunds botaniska förening (2001-)2001-01-01+01:00 151(3). p.9-15
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Abstract [Bryophyes in base-rich fens in Skåne, southern-most Sweden, now and in the past] Over the last centuries, due to the combined effects of drainage, cultivation, eutrophication and overgrowth, the majority of all tree-less base-rich fens that were once found in Skåne have been lost and the typical species of these habitats have suffered accordingly. Here, the past and present distribution in the county of 22 species typical for more or less base-rich / calcareous fen habitats are discussed and illustrated on maps. Six species have disappeared completely, while all the other 16 have decreased. However, although the historic trends do appear comfortless, thanks to recent efforts from the county administration, the current situation... (More)
Abstract [Bryophyes in base-rich fens in Skåne, southern-most Sweden, now and in the past] Over the last centuries, due to the combined effects of drainage, cultivation, eutrophication and overgrowth, the majority of all tree-less base-rich fens that were once found in Skåne have been lost and the typical species of these habitats have suffered accordingly. Here, the past and present distribution in the county of 22 species typical for more or less base-rich / calcareous fen habitats are discussed and illustrated on maps. Six species have disappeared completely, while all the other 16 have decreased. However, although the historic trends do appear comfortless, thanks to recent efforts from the county administration, the current situation is not as bad as the trends may suggest and many rich spring-fed fens have recently been cleaned from overgrowth and are now subjected to yearly mowing. (Less)
Abstract
Abstract [Bryophyes in base-rich fens in Skåne, southern-most Sweden, now and in the past] Over the last centuries, due to the combined effects of drainage, cultivation, eutrophication and overgrowth, the majority of all tree-less base-rich fens that were once found in Skåne have been lost and the typical species of these habitats have suffered accordingly. Here, the past and present distribution in the county of 22 species typical for more or less base-rich / calcareous fen habitats are discussed and illustrated on maps. Six species have disappeared completely, while all the other 16 have decreased. However, although the historic trends do appear comfortless, thanks to recent efforts from the county administration, the current situation... (More)
Abstract [Bryophyes in base-rich fens in Skåne, southern-most Sweden, now and in the past] Over the last centuries, due to the combined effects of drainage, cultivation, eutrophication and overgrowth, the majority of all tree-less base-rich fens that were once found in Skåne have been lost and the typical species of these habitats have suffered accordingly. Here, the past and present distribution in the county of 22 species typical for more or less base-rich / calcareous fen habitats are discussed and illustrated on maps. Six species have disappeared completely, while all the other 16 have decreased. However, although the historic trends do appear comfortless, thanks to recent efforts from the county administration, the current situation is not as bad as the trends may suggest and many rich spring-fed fens have recently been cleaned from overgrowth and are now subjected to yearly mowing. (Less)
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Botaniska Notiser : utgivna av Lunds botaniska förening (2001-)2001-01-01+01:00
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151
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3
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9 - 15
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Lunds Botaniska Förening
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1650-3767
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  author       = {Tyler, Torbjörn},
  issn         = {1650-3767},
  language     = {swe},
  month        = {08},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {9--15},
  publisher    = {Lunds Botaniska Förening},
  series       = {Botaniska Notiser : utgivna av Lunds botaniska förening (2001-)2001-01-01+01:00},
  title        = {Mossor i skånska rikkärr nu och förr},
  volume       = {151},
  year         = {2018},
}