Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Phalaris arundinacea, Species richness, Wetland and Vegetation. Riparian zone, Introduced species, Marsh, Biodiversity and Restoration ecology are among the areas of Ecology where Susan M. Galatowitsch concentrates her study. Her Phalaris arundinacea research integrates issues from Typha angustifolia and Carex, Botany, Interspecific competition.
Her Carex research focuses on Cover crop and how it relates to Ecosystem. Ecological succession, Abundance, Biological dispersal and Invasive species is closely connected to Revegetation in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Species richness. Her studies deal with areas such as Agroforestry, Ecology, Land reclamation and Nature Conservation as well as Wetland.
Susan M. Galatowitsch mostly deals with Ecology, Wetland, Agronomy, Phalaris arundinacea and Revegetation. Her study in Biological dispersal extends to Ecology with its themes. Her Wetland study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Agroforestry, Ecological succession and Hydrology.
Her Agronomy research includes elements of Propagule and Botany. Her work carried out in the field of Phalaris arundinacea brings together such families of science as Perennial plant, Biomass, Cover crop, Competition and Plant ecology. The various areas that she examines in her Revegetation study include Littoral zone, Plant community, Forestry and Surface water.
Her main research concerns Ecology, Wetland, Vegetation, Environmental resource management and Seedling. Ecology is a component of her Revegetation, Plant community, Invasive species, Overexploitation and Native plant studies. Susan M. Galatowitsch studies Wetland, focusing on Wet meadow in particular.
Susan M. Galatowitsch combines subjects such as Prairie restoration, Species richness, Restoration ecology and Species diversity with her study of Vegetation. Her studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Climate change and Metapopulation. Her Seedling study combines topics in areas such as Ecosystem and Identification.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Vegetation, Invasive species, Revegetation and Plant community. Her Ecology study focuses mostly on Wetland and Carex. Her Wetland research incorporates themes from Perennial plant, Restoration ecology, Biological dispersal, Seed dispersal and Ecosystem.
Susan M. Galatowitsch has researched Invasive species in several fields, including Cyperus, Phalaris arundinacea and Phragmites. Her Revegetation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Quadrat, Life history theory, Introduced species, Prairie restoration and Overexploitation. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mixed grass prairie, Grassland, Species richness, Ruderal species and Species diversity.
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Riparian vegetation: Degradation, alien plant invasions, and restoration prospects
Diversity and Distributions (2007)
Invasiveness in wetland plants in temperate North America.
Consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation for wetland amphibian assemblages
The Vegetation of Restored and Natural Prairie Wetlands
Ecological Applications (1996)
Invasive aquatic species of Europe
Diversity and Distributions (2004)
Anthropogenic effects on the biodiversity of riparian wetlands of a northern temperate landscape
Journal of Environmental Management (1998)
Effects of Phalaris arundinacea and nitrate-N addition on the establishment of wetland plant communities
Journal of Applied Ecology (2002)
Restoring Prairie Wetlands: An Ecological Approach
Competitive control of invasive vegetation: a native wetland sedge suppresses Phalaris arundinacea in carbon-enriched soil
Laura G. Perry;Susan M. Galatowitsch;Carl J. Rosen.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2004)
Regional climate change adaptation strategies for biodiversity conservation in a midcontinental region of North America
Biological Conservation (2009)
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