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Nutrient deficiencies and the aftercare of reclaimed derelict land.

Published online: 01 Jan 1983

Authors: Bloomfield, H. E. & Handley, J. F. & Bradshaw, A. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Fourteen grass swards which had been reclaimed from colliery spoil and urban clearance materials 1-7 years previously were dressed with nitrogen, phos...

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Nutrient stripping: the global disparity between food security and soil nutrient stocks.

Published online: 31 Jul 2013

Authors: Jones, D. L. & Cross, P. & Withers, P. J. A. & DeLuca, T. H. & Robinson, D. A. & Quilliam, R. S. & Harris, I. M. & Chadwick, D. R. & Edwards-Jones, G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The Green Revolution successfully increased food production but in doing so created a legacy of inherently leaky and unsustainable agricultural system...

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Growth of seedlings of pasture grasses and legumes deprived of single mineral nutrients.

Published online: 31 Mar 1990

Authors: Fenner, M. & Lee, W. G.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

The effective internal supply of specific nutrient elements in the seeds of 7 grass and 5 legume pasture species was quantified by growing newly germi...

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High-nature-value grasslands have the capacity to cope with nutrient impoverishment induced by mowing and livestock grazing.

Published online: 29 Jul 2015

Authors: Mládková, P. & Mládek, J. & Hejduk, S. & Hejcman, M. & Cruz, P. & Jouany, C. & Pakeman, R. J.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Management of high-nature-value (HNV) grasslands follows agri-environmental schemes across large areas of Europe. Long-term agreements and restriction...

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Nutrient limitation after long-term nitrogen fertilizer application in cut grasslands.

Published online: 14 Oct 1994

Authors: Woude, B. J. van der & Pegtel, D. M. & Bakker, J. P.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

In a field trial in the Drentsche A Nature Reserve in the Netherlands, a grassland reclaimed from a heathland in 1950 and taken out of agricultural pr...

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A review of the ecology, hydrology and nutrient dynamics of floodplain meadows in England.

Published online: 20 Oct 2021

Published by: Natural England

Authors: Gowing, D. J. G. & Tallowin, J. R. B. & Dise, N. B. & Goodyear, J. & Dodd, M. E. & Lodge, R. J.

Content type: Miscellaneous

This report aims to summarize existing knowledge, identify practical management guidelines and highlight deficiencies in understanding the ecology of ...

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Barriers to forest regeneration of deforested and abandoned land in Panama.

Published online: 04 Jan 2006

Authors: Hooper, E. & Legendre, P. & Condit, R.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

In Panama, abandoned agricultural lands that supported tropical rain forest are invaded by the exotic invasive grass Saccharum spontaneum, which precl...

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The introduction of native plant species on industrial waste heaps: a test of immigration and other factors affecting primary succession.

Published online: 15 Apr 1994

Authors: Ash, H. J. & Gemmell, R. P. & Bradshaw, A. D.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Industrial waste heaps in NW England have become colonized by interesting floras which include regionally uncommon species. However, the range of spec...

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A brief overview of the 25-year-old long-term soil productivity study in the south.

Published online: 24 Feb 2016

Authors: Scott, D. A.

Content type: Bulletin article; Conference paper

The international Long-Term Soil Productivity experiment began in 1989 in response to the need for Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture mana...

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Increased root herbivory under elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations is reversed by silicon-based plant defences.

Published online: 22 Nov 2017

Authors: Frew, A. & Allsopp, P. G. & Gherlenda, A. N. & Johnson, S. N.

Content type: Journal article

Journal title: Journal of Applied Ecology

Predicted increases in atmospheric concentrations of CO2 may alter the susceptibility of many plants to insect herbivores due to changes in plant nutr...

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