Albert Grootjans mainly investigates Ecology, Vegetation, Ecological succession, Biodiversity and Wetland. His research on Ecology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Hydrology. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Vegetation, focusing on Habitat and, on occasion, Fauna, Primary succession, Quadrat and Calcicole.
His work on Pioneer species as part of general Ecological succession study is frequently linked to Vegetation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Biodiversity study which covers Agroforestry that intersects with Climate change. His work on Mire as part of general Peat research is often related to Retention basin, thus linking different fields of science.
Albert Grootjans mostly deals with Ecology, Peat, Hydrology, Vegetation and Wetland. Ecology connects with themes related to Agroforestry in his study. His Peat study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry and Physical geography.
He has included themes like Habitat, Ecological succession, Marsh, Topsoil and Nutrient in his Vegetation study. His study looks at the relationship between Topsoil and topics such as Fen-meadow, which overlap with Soil seed bank. His biological study deals with issues like Agronomy, which deal with fields such as Soil water.
Albert Grootjans spends much of his time researching Peat, Ecology, Nutrient, Mire and Agroforestry. His Peat research incorporates themes from Groundwater, Ecosystem, Environmental chemistry, Swamp and Wetland. He has researched Wetland in several fields, including National park, Soil water and Agronomy.
His study connects Cycling and Ecology. His Mire study is related to the wider topic of Vegetation. His work deals with themes such as Cushion plant and Topsoil, which intersect with Vegetation.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Peat, Nutrient, Biomass and Phragmites. He integrates Ecology and Matching in his research. His Peat research incorporates themes from Ecosystem and Vegetation type.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Litter and Cycling. His work carried out in the field of Biomass brings together such families of science as Typha, Wetland, Soil water and Agronomy.
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Assessment on Peatlands, Biodiversity and Climate Change
Global Environment Centre, Kuala Lumpur & Wetlands International (2008)
Ecological restoration for future sustainability in a changing environment
Young D. Choi;Vicky M. Temperton;Edith B. Allen;Albert P. Grootjans.
Fens and floodplains of the temperate zone : Present status, threats, conservation and restoration
Applied Vegetation Science (2006)
Wetland restoration in Central Europe: aims and methods
Applied Vegetation Science (1999)
Mechanisms of vegetation succession: a review of concepts and perspectives
Acta botanica neerlandica (1993)
Restoration of coastal dune slacks in the Netherlands
CHANGES OF GROUND-WATER REGIME IN WET MEADOWS
Acta Botanica Neerlandica (1980)
European dune slacks: Strong interactions of biology, pedogenesis and hydrology
Trends in Ecology and Evolution (1998)
Vegetation development in dune slacks : the role of persistent seed banks
Journal of Vegetation Science (1999)
Vegetation Re-development After Fen Meadow Restoration by Topsoil Removal and Hay Transfer
Restoration Ecology (2010)
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