Phragmites australis australis
Phragmites australis australis
(common reed)
Plants
Exotic

21 results for Phragmites australis australis (common reed)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4242 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal N/A The growth and establishment of Phragmites australis is associated with a perception of a... 35915
4253 Phragmites australis australis Other Observational Field Phragmites australis produces large amounts of dry biomass during its dormant season... 27561
5048 Phragmites australis australis Other Observational Field Removal of Phragmites australis may facilitate European frog-bit infestations 37628
5880 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal Field P. australis has the potential to be used for cultivation, fertilization, and as a way to... 40191
5948 Phragmites australis australis Other Observational Field AMF diversity was found to be higher in P. australis rhizosphere than the 4 out of the 5... 40229
5949 Phragmites australis australis Other Experimental Laboratory P. australis fixes high levels of copper to its roots but does not translocate it to plant... 40908
5950 Phragmites australis australis Other Experimental Laboratory P. australis can be used for phytostabilisation interventions for copper. 40909
5951 Phragmites australis australis Other Observational Field P. australis stands increased Cenv score in wetland areas where the invasive... 40726
5953 Phragmites australis australis Other Observational Field In Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany P. australis showed the potential to store 17.4 kg C... 40754
5954 Phragmites australis australis Other Experimental Field P. australis wetland systems in Rhode Island were reported to be a net greenhouse gas sink... 40236
5955 Phragmites australis australis Other Experimental Field Invasive P. australis showed a decrease in West Nile vector disease risk for invaded dry... 40723
5958 Phragmites australis australis Other Experimental Laboratory P. australis showed the ability to impact N removal in tests where N loading was 100 g... 40724
5961 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal N/A Modeling studies show that P. australis invaded wetlands have an increased GPPa under... 40749
5962 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal N/A Through simulations, invasive P. australis was shown to have a larger storm buffering... 40750
5963 Phragmites australis australis Other Experimental Laboratory P. australis sediments have higher denitrification rates than sediments with native plants... 40761
5964 Phragmites australis australis Other Observational Field Invasive Phragmites increased blue carbon stocks by 37-77% over native Spartina... 40795
5965 Phragmites australis australis Other Observational Field In New York, USA, increased sediment ammonium levels and decreased denitrification potentials were... 40824
6807 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal N/A Use impairment and restricted shoreline view due to dense stands of Phragmites reduce... 27561
6810 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal N/A Phragmites restricts shoreline views due to tall dense stands 27561
6812 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal N/A Phragmites produces various potentially interesting pharmacological compounds, including... 27608
6814 Phragmites australis australis Other Anecdotal N/A Phragmites provides food and habitat for some organisms and serves to stabilize soils... 27608

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