The Role of Riparian Vegetation in the Evaluation of Ecosystem Health: The Case of Semiarid Conditions in Northern Mexico

The Role of Riparian Vegetation in the Evaluation of Ecosystem Health: The Case of Semiarid Conditions in Northern Mexico

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Castro-Lopez, D., Guerra-Cobian, V., Prat, N. 2019. The Role of Riparian Vegetation in the Evaluation of Ecosystem Health: The Case of Semiarid Conditions in Northern Mexico. River Research and Applications. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 35. 48-59

Agriculture, Analysis, Assessment, Ecosystem, Invasive vegetation, Invasive wildlife, Riparian buffer, Rivers, Streams, Urbanization, Vegetation, Riparian, Land use

This paper describes an ecosystem evaluation of the Pesqueria River (Mexico), which was conducted to assess restoration requirements for the river. The quality of the river’s riparian vegetation was evaluated, and the impacts were linked to urbanization, agriculture, and the presence of invasive species.

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