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  • The river-bed : a dynamic store for plant propagules ?
  • Wood in world rivers. Special issue
  • This paper investigates temporal variations in the abundance, species composition and richness, and spatial distribution of plant propagules stored on river-beds. Samples of the surface layers of river-bed sediments were obtained from 2 reaches
  • of the River Frome, Dorset, and one reach of the River Tern, Shropshire. Propagules were preferentially stored within particular bed habitats. The preferential accumulation of sediment and species-rich propagules around stands of marginal emergent vegetation
  • Impacts of river restoration on small-wood dynamics in a low-gradient headwater stream
  • Wood in world rivers. Special issue
  • Effects of channel confinement on pioneer woody vegetation structure, composition and diversity along the River Drôme (SE France)
  • Wood in world rivers. Special issue
  • Geomorphic changes upstream of beaver dams in Bridge Creek, an incised stream channel in the interior Columbia River basin, eastern Oregon
  • Wood in world rivers. Special issue
  • The AA. examined the extent of localized aggradation behind beaver dams on an incised stream in the interior Columbia River basin to assess the potential for using beaver, Castor canadensis, dams to restore such channels, and the effect
  • Wood in world rivers. Special issue
  • The sprouting of fluvially deposited trees is an important process for floodplain woodland regeneration along dynamic rivers. This paper investigates how tree size and relative elevation of the location of fluvially deposited trees affects
  • their survival. The survival of newly deposited trees along the River Tagliamento, Italy, was monitore over 3 field campaigns (2001, 2003 and 2005). A significant negative correlation was found between relative elevation and tree survival, while tree length
  • Wood in world rivers. Special issue
  • The AA. present 2 independent but complementary methods to develop frequency-volume distributions for wood in 200 m and 400 m reaches on tributaries of the Waihaha River, New Zealand. The first method uses a sliding window analysis of extensive wood
  • Wood in world rivers. Special issue