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Native plant community recovery after Carpobrotus (iceplant) removal on an island – results of a 10‐year project

Abstract : Species of the genus Carpobrotus, or iceplant, are succulent mat‐forming perennial herbs often introduced for soil stabilization. They are common in coastal environments and may thus threaten island biodiversity. While their effects are well known on soils, plant communities and associated fauna, the effects of Carpobrotus control on vegetation recovery is poorly documented. The aim of the paper is to describe plant community trajectories after Carpobrotus removal.
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Elise Buisson, Julie Braschi, Julie Chenot‐lescure, Manon Hess, Christel Vidaller, et al.. Native plant community recovery after Carpobrotus (iceplant) removal on an island – results of a 10‐year project. Applied Vegetation Science, Wiley, 2020, ⟨10.1111/avsc.12524⟩. ⟨hal-02927845⟩

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