Disturbance and Recovery of Ecological Systems: Proceedings of a Seminar Held on 14-15 February 1995
Paul Stanley Giller, Alan Arthur Myers
Royal Irish Academy, Jan 1, 1996 - Nature - 194 pages
Proceedings of a seminar held on 14-15 February 1995. The first section of these proceedings groups together papers concerned with processes of disturbance and recovery, both natural (floods, grazing competition from introduced species) and artificial (pollution, deforestation, aquaculture). The second section of the proceedings is concerned with restoration and management of disturbed ecosystems and deals with a range of subject areas frpm the identification of the goals of restoration to trampling by tourists, river drainage, sea-floor dredging and mine tip restoration.
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The effects of sheep grazing and trampling by tourists on lowland blanket
The effects of disturbances on algal communities
Animal introductions and their consequences
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abundance acid acidification agricultural algae algal amphipod Anon Aquaculture aquatic areas benthic Biology blanket bog blowtorched catchment changes channels chlorophyll Cladonia communities damage density Disturbance and recovery dominated drainage dredging droughts Dublin ecological systems Ecology ecosystems effects Enteromorpha environment Environmental eutrophication fauna fertiliser fish farming Fisheries floods flow forest forestry freshwater gley Gowen grazing groundwater habitat harvesting Hildrew hydrology impact increased inputs intertidal invertebrates Ireland Journal lake TP landscape levels limpet-cleared limpets Lough Ennell Lough Erne Lough Leane Lough Neagh macroinvertebrates manures Marine monitoring Mullingar mussel nature conservation Netherlands nitrogen nutrient organic peat Pedicularis sylvatica phosphorus phytoplankton plant podzolic pollution pools populations programmes recolonisation recovery in ecological reduced refugia removal result river Royal Irish Academy salmon salmonid scallop sediment significant soil species Sphagnum stream substrate surface Table tidepools tonnes TP concentration trampled trout vegetation water quality Wekerom zone