Process-based, spatially-explicit modelling of riparian forest dynamics in Central Europe:tool for decision-making in river restoration

Christian Glenz
During the last decades public awareness of the limitations of traditional engineering practices and the imperative to conserve nature have led to changes in river management; including river restoration measures. The enlargement of the fluvial corridor is one of the often considered management measures. However, the high-pressure on land-use, the conflict of interests, as well as the uncertainty of vegetation and landscape development scenarios after restoration, can make their implementation difficult. In actual decision-making processes...
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