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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Re: [BRYONET] Sphagna-liverworts

Dear Line,

there is not much on this topic but maybe the references below will be
useful to you, even if they are not all dealing with Cladopodiella or
Gymnocolea. You might also consider checking papers by R.H. Økland. He
worked on the strategy of liverworts in bogs, possibly published in
Nordic Journal of Botany? In my own paper I could show that with
increasing Sphagnum abundance liverworts decline. However, I didn't
study the process itself.

Best,
Simone


Albinsson, C. 1997. Niche relations and association analysis of southern
Swedish mire hepatics. Journal of Bryology 19:409-424.

Pakarinen, P. 1978. Production and nutrient ecology of three Sphagnum
species in southern Finnish raised bogs. Annales Botanici Fennici 15:15-26.

Hugonnot, V., J. Bardat, and P. Boudier. 2003. Ecology and distribution
of Jamesoniella undulifolia (Nees) Mull. Frib. in metropolitan France.
Cryptogamie, Bryologie 24:341-366.

Lang, S. I., J. H. C. Cornelissen, A. Hölzer, C. J. F. ter Braak, M.
Ahrens, T. V. Callaghan, and R. Aerts. 2009. Determinants of cryptogam
composition and diversity in Sphagnum-dominated peatlands: the
importance of temporal, spatial and functional scales. Journal of
Ecology 97:299–310.

Janice M. Glime wrote:
>
>
> -------- Original Message --------
>
> From: Line Rochefort <Line.Rochefort@fsaa.ulaval.ca>
> To: "Bryonet (bryonet-l@mtu.edu)" <bryonet-l@mtu.edu>
> Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2009 08:37:16 -0500
> Subject: Sphagna-liverworts
>
> Dear colleagues,
>
> I am looking for literature that have studied the interactions between
> Sphagna and hepatics particularly with Cladopodiella or Gymnocolea in
> wet carpets or at pool margin.
>
> I am aware of this paper: Paasio, I., 1934. Uber die Lebermoore der
> Hochmoore Finnlands. Annales botanici societatis zoologicae-botanicae
> Fennicae Vanamo 5, 20-30.
> I would greatly appreciate any suggestion regarding this topic.
>
> Merry Christmas to all,
>
> Line Rochefort
> Chaire industrielle de recherche en amenagement des tourbieres
> <Line.Rochefort@fsaa.ulaval.ca>
>
> Departement de phytologie
> Pavillon Paul-Comtois
> 2425, rue de l'Agriculture
> Universite Laval
> Quebec, QC, Canada G1V 0A6
> T: 418-656-2131 # 2583
> Groupe de Recherche en Ecologie des Tourbieres - GRET
> http://www.gret-perg.ulaval.ca<http://www.gret-perg.ulaval.ca/>
> Centre d'Etudes Nordiques www.cen.ulaval.ca<http://www.cen.ulaval.ca/>
> Departement de phytologie:
> http://www.plg.ulaval.ca<http://www.plg.ulaval.ca/>
> Institut Hydro-Quebec en Environnement, Developpement durable et
> Societe: www.ihqeds.ulaval.ca<http://www.ihqeds.ulaval.ca/>
>
> Associate editor of Mires and Peat:
> Interested in submitting a paper on topics related to peatlands and
> peat? We welcome your submission to Mires and Peat journal
> http://www.mires-and-peat.net/
>

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Simone Lang
Department of Systems Ecology
Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
De Boelelaan 1085
1081 HV Amsterdam
The Netherlands

email: simone.lang@ecology.falw.vu.nl

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