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Macrophyte species distribution, indices of biotic integrity, and sampling intensity in isolated Florida marshes (Springer Link, https://link.springer.com, 2012)This study examined the distribution of wetland plants used in macrophyte-based index of biotic integrity (IBI) metrics to determine the effectiveness of zone sampling in assessing wetland condition. Using sampling data ...
A vegetation-based hierarchical classification for seasonally pulsed floodplains in the Okavango Delta, Botswana (Taylor & Francis, http://taylorandfrancis.com, 2011-12-11)A classification scheme is presented for seasonal floodplains of the Boro-Xudum distributary of the Okavango Delta, Botswana. This distributary is subject to an annual flood-pulse, the inundated area varying from a mean ...
Species richness, diversity, density and spatial distribution of soil seed banks in the riparian woodland along the Thamalakane River of the Okavango Delta, northern Botswana (Elservier, https://www.elsevier.com, 2021-12)Soil seed banks serve as reservoirs of seeds for subsequent regeneration of plants. Soil seed banks were investigated along the Thamalakane Riparian Woodlands (hereafter referred to as TRWs) of the Okavango Delta, northern ...
Abiotic and biotic factors influencing the mobility of arsenic in groundwater of a through-flow island in the Okavango Delta, Botswana (Elsevier, https://www.elsevier.com, 2014-10-10)The Okavango Delta of Botswana is a large arid-zone wetland comprising 20,000 km2 of permanent and seasonal floodplains and over 100,000 islands. It has been shown that island groundwater can have very high dissolved arsenic ...
(Springer Nature, https://www.springernature.com, 2022-01-10)Tropical wetlands are a significant source of atmospheric methane (CH4), but their importance to the global CH4 budget is uncertain due to a paucity of direct observations. Net wetland emissions result from complex ...