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Abstract:Abandonment of agricultural land is currently one of the main land use changes in developed countries. This change has an impact at the economic level and from the point of view of conservation. Therefore, recovering these areas after abandonment is, in many cases, necessary for ecological restoration, especially as they can be invaded by exotic or dominant species, preventing recovery of the original plant species community. The objective of this study is to examine changes in plant species richness and composition after the application of different treatments to eliminate Amelichloa clandestina, a species that dominates pastures abandoned 12 years ago in an area located in northern Mexico. The area is a semi-desert grassland dominated by buffalo grass Bouteloua dactyloides. We used different eradication techniques such as burning, herbicides, and clipping. Although the treatments had significant effects on species richness and composition and resulted in a relative reduction of the target species, the abundance of Amelichloa clandestina was still substantial. Burning is effective, favoring the increase of species richness and provoking a lower presence of A. clandestine but with a dominance of annuals. The most important impact on the total cover of A. clandestina is shown by the herbicide treatment. However, monitoring of these areas will still be required to consider the long-term impact and success of treatments.Keywords: biodiversity; DCA; species richness; restoration
Arévalo, J.R.; Encina-Domínguez, J.A.; Juanes-Márquez, S.; Álvarez-Vázquez, P.; Nuñez-Colima, J.A.; Mellado, M. Restoration of Rangelands Invaded by Amelichloa clandestina (Hack.) Arriaga & Barkworth after 12 Years of Agriculture Abandonment (Coahuila, Mexico). Agriculture 2021, 11, 886.
Arévalo JR, Encina-Domínguez JA, Juanes-Márquez S, Álvarez-Vázquez P, Nuñez-Colima JA, Mellado M. Restoration of Rangelands Invaded by Amelichloa clandestina (Hack.) Arriaga & Barkworth after 12 Years of Agriculture Abandonment (Coahuila, Mexico). Agriculture. 2021; 11(9):886.
Arévalo, José R., Juan A. Encina-Domínguez, Sait Juanes-Márquez, Perpetuo Álvarez-Vázquez, Juan A. Nuñez-Colima, and Miguel Mellado. 2021. \"Restoration of Rangelands Invaded by Amelichloa clandestina (Hack.) Arriaga & Barkworth after 12 Years of Agriculture Abandonment (Coahuila, Mexico)\" Agriculture 11, no. 9: 886.
* I can't find a neat single-word translation for 'clandestina' - in English 'clandestine' would usually be an adjective not a noun. It refers to an undocumented migrant, someone who crossed the border in clandestinely/in secret. I'm leaving it as clandestine here, grammar be damned, because the longer phrases break the flow of the song. If anyone can think of a better translation, I'd like to hear it.
It's interesting but perhaps not too surprising that there's some overlap between this and Rough Guide to Latino Nuevo. Jose Conde, Cuban Cowboys, Ozomatli and Spam Allstars are on both discs, but then the concept isn't too different, although this purports to be \"the raw and contemporary sounds that is firing up the dancers in the back street bars and clubs of New York and throughout the Latin world.\" Certainly, some of it has an edge, like Rob Swift's \"Salsa Scratch,\" which adds turntables to a descarga, or jam. Some of it doesn't work, such as Horacio \"El Negro\" Hernandez's cover of the Rolling Stones' \"Sympathy for the Devil.\" The original reveled in its dark atmosphere and had a groove that rolled (and used Latin percussion); this version has only the Latin percussion. Far more salsa it might be, but it's not an improvement. The tracks here are the cutting edge of salsa, but in many cases there doesn't seem to be a great deal to distinguish them from the mainstream. You do find a few exceptions. The remix of \"Wolfie's Corner\" has plenty of bounce, and the Cuban Cowboys please as always, while Radio Mundial inject a heavy dose of funk into the proceedings. It's a good roundup of what's happening in salsa, especially among the younger players, and in that it satisfies. It simply doesn't feel like it's out on the edge. 59ce067264