Mass development of aquatic macrophytes - causes and consequences of macrophyte removal for ecosystem structure, function, and services

Mass development of aquatic macrophytes - causes and consequences of macrophyte removal for ecosystem structure, function, and services. Mass development of aquatic macrophytes (water plants) in rivers and lakes is a worldwide problem, and substantial resources are spent annually on removal of macrophytes. This approach, however, does not address the causes of the mass development and is not sustainable. More

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Author Susanne Schneider
Last Updated October 9, 2020, 10:25 (UTC)
Created February 18, 2020, 11:59 (UTC)
Acronym MadMacs
Contact personsfor Dissemination activities - Open Data&Open Acces activities Susanne Schneider
Funders RCN (Norway) BMBF (Germany) ANR (France) WRC (South Africa) Fundação Araucária (Brazil)
Project partners Norwegian Institute for Water Research(NIVA) and Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)-Norway; Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries Germany; University of Rennes1, UMR ECOBIO (ECOBIO); Rhodes University (RU); Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR) Brazil
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