Émond2013

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Émond, C. (2013) Réhabilitation de tourbières industrielles contaminées par l'eau salée : végétation de marais salés et amendements. Mémoire de maîtrise, Université Laval. (URL )

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Coastal cutover bogs are prone to sea water contamination. It keeps them unvegetated because of salinity, acidity, high water table level and low nutrients availability. We want to encourage plant colonization of those bogs using salt marsh vegetation and amendments. A field experiment aimed to examine whether rock phosphate (P2O5) and dolomitic lime (CaO.MgO) improve growth of (1) Carex paleacea, (2) Spartina pectinata transplants, (3) salt marsh diaspores transfer of different maturity - July, (4) August and (5) a bare peat control. A greenhouse experiment tested the lime dose needed by C. paleacea and S. pectinata. Results showed that P improved growth of all plant treatments because of P deficiency in bogs, while C. paleacea resulted in greater vegetation cover and aerial biomass, and diaspores transfer in higher diversity. Lime failed to improve vegetation growth. Rehabilitation should be done using P, salt marsh diaspores transfer and C. paleacea transplantation.

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@MASTERSTHESIS { Émond2013,
    TITLE = { Réhabilitation de tourbières industrielles contaminées par l'eau salée : végétation de marais salés et amendements },
    AUTHOR = { Émond, C. },
    SCHOOL = { Université Laval },
    YEAR = { 2013 },
    NOTE = { CEFTMS, Rochefort, L. and Lapointe, L. },
    ABSTRACT = { Coastal cutover bogs are prone to sea water contamination. It keeps them unvegetated because of salinity, acidity, high water table level and low nutrients availability. We want to encourage plant colonization of those bogs using salt marsh vegetation and amendments. A field experiment aimed to examine whether rock phosphate (P2O5) and dolomitic lime (CaO.MgO) improve growth of (1) Carex paleacea, (2) Spartina pectinata transplants, (3) salt marsh diaspores transfer of different maturity - July, (4) August and (5) a bare peat control. A greenhouse experiment tested the lime dose needed by C. paleacea and S. pectinata. Results showed that P improved growth of all plant treatments because of P deficiency in bogs, while C. paleacea resulted in greater vegetation cover and aerial biomass, and diaspores transfer in higher diversity. Lime failed to improve vegetation growth. Rehabilitation should be done using P, salt marsh diaspores transfer and C. paleacea transplantation. },
    URL = { https://corpus.ulaval.ca/jspui/handle/20.500.11794/24577 },
    TIMESTAMP = { 2019-10-10 },
}

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