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New papers about riparian vegetation studies in Turkey

Interested by works done in Turkey about riparian vegetation, see here

A new paper in Restoration Ecology about Alder

Inês Gomes Marques et al. published a paper named “Germination and seed traits in common alder (Alnus spp.): The potential contribution of rear-edge populations to ecological restoration success” in restoration ecology see here

WG1 Workshop on preparing Manual for riparian alliances on European level and neighboring areas

The Working Group 1 of the COST Action  CONVERGES oranize a workshop in Antalya (Turkey).

Title :”Workshop on preparing Manual for riparian alliances on European level and neighboring areas“.

Date : September 13th and 14th, 2021

Agenda and program see : Antalya Meeting FINAL Agenda

If you are interested in this subject, please contact Ali KAVGACI <alikavgaci1977@yahoo.com> and Dejan Mandzukovski <d_mandzukovski@yahoo.com>.

Our last paper

Our latest paper: Assessing the Connectivity of Riparian Forests across a Gradient of Human Disturbance: The Potential of Copernicus “Riparian Zones” in Two Hydroregions published see here

A new review “Improving river hydromorphological assessment through better integration of riparian vegetation”

This paper reviews and synthesizes the relevance of riparian vegetation for river hydromorphology. We also examine how riparian vegetation is considered in the WFD and how it is included in national hydromorphological protocols currently in use. We argue that the hydromorphological context of the WFD should be revisited and offer guidance to integrate riparian vegetation in river hydromorphological monitoring and assessment. See here

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The COST CONVERGES Action aims to establish a baseline in the state of knowledge regarding riparian vegetation and ecosystems. It is a network created to coordinate research efforts, to contribute to knowledge conversion between countries and actors (scientists, managers, policy makers, etc.) and to promote practitioners research interests in the scientific community.