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Drs Erfanzadeh, Reza

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    Universiteit Gent; Faculteit Wetenschappen; Vakgroep Biologie; Onderzoeksgroep Terrestrische Ecologie (TEREC), more
    Function: PhD student

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    Tel.: +32-(0)9-264 50 86

Publications (5)  Top | Institute | Publications 
    ( 5 peer reviewed ) split up
  • Peer reviewed article Erfanzadeh, R.; Hendrickx, F.; Maelfait, J.-P.; Hoffmann, M. (2010). The effect of successional stage and salinity on the vertical distribution of seeds in salt marsh soils. Flora (Jena) 205(7): 442-448., more
  • Peer reviewed article Erfanzadeh, R.; Pétillon, J.; Maelfait, J.-P.; Hoffmann, M. (2010). Environmental determinism versus biotic stochasticity in the appearance of plant species in salt-marsh succession. Plant Ecol. Evol. 143(1): 43-50, more
  • Peer reviewed article Erfanzadeh, R.; Garbutt, A.; Pétillon, J.; Maelfait, J.-P.; Hoffmann, M. (2010). Factors affecting the success of early salt-marsh colonizers: seed availability rather than site suitability and dispersal traits. Plant Ecology 206(2): 335-347., more
  • Peer reviewed article Milotic, T.; Erfanzadeh, R.; Petillon, J.; Maelfait, J.-P.; Hoffmann, M. (2010). Short-term impact of grazing by sheep on vegetation dynamics in a newly created salt-marsh site. Grass For. Sci. 65(1): 121-132., more
  • Peer reviewed article Pétillon, J.; Erfanzadeh, R.; Garbutt, A.; Maelfait, J.-P.; Hoffmann, M. (2010). Inundation frequency determines the post-pioneer successional pathway in a newly created salt marsh. Wetlands 30(6): 1097-1105., more

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