Beheer en vegetatieontwikkeling op de waarden aan de Friese IJsselmeerkust
Gorteria Dutch Botanical Archives , Volume 20 - Issue 2/3 p. 48- 54
Since the damming of the Zuiderzee in 1932 (since then called IJsselmeer), salt marshes on sandy soil along the Frisian IJsselmeer coast have developed into valuable freshwater marshes with a rich flora and fauna. Most of these are now nature reserves. The various vegetation types are briefly described, and a few very rare species, such as Carex divisa and an annual form of Pedicularis palustris are mentioned. The environmental management of the nature reserves is outlined, and a planning for the near future is given.
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Ultsje Hosper. (1994). Beheer en vegetatieontwikkeling op de waarden aan de Friese IJsselmeerkust. Gorteria Dutch Botanical Archives, 20(2/3), 48–54.
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