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Green roofs are novel ecosystems that are increasingly common in cities. While their hydrologic and energy saving benefits are well-established, green...Read more
Urban areas benefit from the ecosystem services provided by low input green roofs. However, limited substrate depth on these green roofs creates chall...Read more
Constructed ecosystems such as green roofs often contain monocultures or low-diversity plant communities, but adding more plant species to these syste...Read more
Ecologists are increasingly involved in city-making, especially in the development of green infrastructure and other designed plant communities. Plant...Read more