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Studies on β-diversity for high plant community turnover in flood plain restoration
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  • Journal title : Journal of Wetlands Research
  • Volume 15, Issue 4,  2013, pp.501-508
  • Publisher : Korean Wetlands Society
  • DOI : 10.17663/JWR.2013.15.4.501
 Title & Authors
Studies on β-diversity for high plant community turnover in flood plain restoration
Han, Young-Sub; Kim, Hae-Ran; Han, Seung-Ju; Jeong, Jung-Kyu; Lee, Seung-Hyuk; Jang, Rae-Ha; Cho, Kyu-Tae; Kang, Tay-Gyoon; You, Young-Han;
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 Abstract
We have researched heterogeneity of naturalized river plant community by -diversity for restoration of river community which has high diversity plant species. As a result the average of heterogeneity was 0.32(range 0.23~0.37) from the river to the inland. This value shows community turnover of species composition of plant communities 6 times. The -diversity was no difference among water system of Seomjin river, Han river, Nakdong river and Geum river. The upper-river valley(0.36) was higher than lower-river valley(0.23) in each water system(p level<0.05). Multiple regressing analysis was used for look the relationship with Environmental factors as a result, it shows -diversity significant on a slope. River mimetic diagram with dominant species that appear through Belt-transect painted. Dominant plant species turned 6 time in upper-river and turned about 5 time in lower-river. The result of this study suggested practical basis of planting species and planting pattern. To improve species diversity of river plant community, slope degree raise is the most important.
 Keywords
Belt-transect;Heterogeneity;Naturalized river;River vegetation;River plant community;
 Language
Korean
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