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Expected positive effects of shoreface nourishment on the vegetation of calcium-poor dunes at Terschelling (The Netherlands)
Ketner-Oostra, R. (2001). Expected positive effects of shoreface nourishment on the vegetation of calcium-poor dunes at Terschelling (The Netherlands), in: Houston, J.A. et al. (Ed.) Coastal dune management: shared experience of European conservation practice: Proceedings of the European Symposium Coastal Dunes of the Atlantic Biogeographical Region Southport, northwest England, September 1998. pp. 59-62
In: Houston, J.A.; Edmondson, S.E.; Rooney, P.J. (Ed.) (2001). Coastal dune management: shared experience of European conservation practice: Proceedings of the European Symposium Coastal Dunes of the Atlantic Biogeographical Region Southport, northwest England, September 1998. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool. ISBN 0-85323-854-5. XIII, 458 pp., more

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    Sand suppletion on the shoreface may result in sand-drift of base-rich sand over dry dune vegetation. This will counteract the negative effects of nitrogen deposition and favour the continuation of lichen-rich vegetation types in these dunes.

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