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Authors Kilinc, M., H. G. Kutbay, E. Yalcin, A. Bilgin, K. Avci and S. G. Topaloglu
Title Effects of selected groundwater chemical traits on a salt marsh community
Source Acta Botanica Croatica
Abstract Electrical conductivity, exchangeable sodium ratio and water depth have negative impacts, whereas soil organic matter concentration has a positive impact on Black Sea salt marsh vegetation. The most saline soils were characterized by Salicornia prostrata vegetation and associated with exchangeable sodium ratio. Alhagi pseudalhagi and Tamarix smrynensis populations were associated with water depth, while Juncus littoralis, Ammophila arenaria and E. paralias were associated with soil organic matter. Euphorbia paralias, Ammophila arenaria and Iris orientalis were associated with acidity.
Author Address [Kilinc, Mahmut; Kutbay, Hamdi Guray; Yalcin, Erkan] Univ Ondokuz, Mayis Fac Arts Sci, Dept Biol, TR-55139 Kurupelit, Turkey. [Bilgin, Ali] Rize Univ, Fac Arts Sci, Dept Biol, TR-53100 Rize, Turkey. [Avci, Kenan; Topaloglu, Solmaz Gencoglu] Soil & Water Resources Res Inst, Minist Agr & Rural Affairs, Samsun, Turkey. Kilinc, M (reprint author), Univ Ondokuz, Mayis Fac Arts Sci, Dept Biol, TR-55139 Kurupelit, Turkey. hguray@omu.edu.tr
ISSN 0365-0588
ISBN 0365-0588
Publication Date Apr
Year Published 2011
Volume 70
Issue 1
Beginning Page 41-51
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.2478/v10184-010-0004-7
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000290005000004
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