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See detailDynamique des populations de trois adventices des céréales en vue de la mise au point de méthodes intégrées de leur contrôle
Vandersteen, Joëlle ULg; Bodson, Bernard ULg

in Bodson, Bernard; de proft, Michel (Eds.) Livre Blanc 2011 (2011, February 23)

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See detailInfluence des conditions locales et paysagères sur les communautés végétales et de rhopalocères de la mesure agro-environnementale "bandes fleuries"
Vandersteen, Joëlle ULg

Master's dissertation (2009)

Various measurements were introduced at the European level following the awakening of the degradation of the agro-ecosystems and the decline of the species which were dependant, of which agri-environment ... [more ▼]

Various measurements were introduced at the European level following the awakening of the degradation of the agro-ecosystems and the decline of the species which were dependant, of which agri-environment schemes. This work studies one of these schemes setting up in Walloon Region: the sown wildflower strips. This work has been integrated in a follow-up of the sown wildflower strips organized by the Laboratory of ecology of FUSAGx and aCrea-ULg since 2007. A ground field in 2009 has allowed to collect data necessary to the follow-up which is focused on two taxons indicating with the success of the strips: flora and diurnal butterflies. Firstly, this work has set up and has described several indicators in order to evaluate the success of the sown wildflower strips. Secondly, this work has studied the influence of internal (characteristics of the site) and external factors to the strips (landscape context) on the composition and the evolution of the communities. For the study of the butterflies, the floristic characteristics of the strips have been also taken into account as elements of the habitat. It comes out from this work that the success of the strips is not systematic and that certain descriptive variables of the landscape seem to influence mainly the communities of butterflies. [less ▲]

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