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Stabilization of hydrology at waste disposal sites through revegetation

Title
Stabilization of hydrology at waste disposal sites through revegetation
Funding
ARC | Linkage Projects
Contract (GA) number
LP0669063
Start Date
2006/01/01
End Date
2010/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP0669063

 

  • Belowground eco-restoration of a suburban waste-storage landscape: Earthworm dynamics in grassland and in a succession of woody vegetation covers☆

    Morales, Pamela K.; Yunusa, Isa A.M.; Lugg, Glenys; Li, Zheng; Gribben, Paul; Eamus, Derek (2013)
    Projects: ARC | Stabilization of hydrology at waste disposal sites through revegetation (LP0669063)
    Restoration of belowground ecology is seldom a priority in designing revegetation strategies for disturbed landscapes. We determined earthworm abundance and diversity in a 16-year old grass sward (grassland), a 6-year old (Plantation-04) and a 4-year old (Plantation-06) plantation, both of mixed woody species, on a reclaimed waste disposal site, and in nearby remnant woodland, in suburban Sydney, Australia. While no catches were made in autumn, more earthworms were found in spring (21 ± 8.6 m...
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