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Sediment chemistry and flooding exposure: a fatal cocktail for Phragmites australis in the Mediterranean basin?

Lorenzo Lastrucci, Daniela Gigante, Orlando Vaselli, Barbara Nisi, Daniele Viciani, Lara Reale, Andrea Coppi, Valeria Fazzi, Gianmaria Bonari and Claudia Angiolini

Lorenzo Lastrucci, Claudia Angiolini, Andrea Coppi, Lara Reale and Daniela Gigante carry out studies on plant diversity of wetlands and on reed bed decline in Central Italy.

Daniele Viciani and Gianmaria Bonari carry out studies on flora and vegetation, with particular focus on Tuscan area.

Valeria Fazzi defended a master thesis on the reed bed vegetation of Montepulciano Lake

Orlando Vaselli and Barbara Nisi carry out researches on gas and water geochemistry and geothermics.

Ann. Limnol. - Int. J. Lim., 52 (2016) 365-377
Published online: 25 October 2016
DOI: 10.1051/limn/2016023

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