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tichum had low seed viability, which may have limited regeneration (Sharitz and Lee, 1985a). In Buttonland Swamp most aquatically dispersing seeds of swamp species (e.g., Taxodium distichum and Cephalanthus occidentalis) were dead by June or July of the following growing season (Figure 7-3). Seeds that remain submerged may stay viable for a longer period of time than those that are not submerged. Although seeds of Taxodium distichum germinated after 7 weeks of submergence in University Lake near the campus of Louisiana State University, they did not germinate after 14 months (Applequist, 1959). In the same study, a large number of seeds of Nyssa aquatica were viable after 7 and 14 months, but not after 21 months of submergence. In another study, most seeds of Taxodium distichum were dead after 30 months of storage in water (Demaree, 1932). After 15 weeks of oating in water, the majority of seeds of Planera aquatica (82.9 percent) germinated when transferred to drawndown conditions (Rayner, 1976). Submerged seeds of Quercus pagoda had a lower viability than this after 34 days, but seeds of Quercus nuttallii were unaffected (Briscoe, 1961). The seeds of herbaceous species and liverworts in cypress swamp seed or spore banks may or may not be longer-lived than those of woody species, but many of these species do not rely only on water for dispersal (Table 7-3) (Middleton, 2000). Aquatic liverworts do rely primarily on ood pulsing to renew their spore bank, at least in baldcypress-tupelo swamps. After one year in soil in plots adjacent to Buttonland Swamp, liverwort spore viability dropped by 33 to 50 percent. Old eld species of bryophytes relied on local dispersal rather than hydrochory (Conrad, 1997). Knowledge of the speci c life history dynamics of herbaceous and liverwort species and their relationship to the water regime is critical to their successful restoration in forested wetlands. Studies of the seed banks of farmed land that was originally cypress swamp also suggest that seeds do not live very long in the soil (Table 7-6). In an old eld adjacent to Buttonland Swamp, the viable seed bank of water-dispersed species ends abruptly near the high-water mark (e.g., Cephalanthus occidentalis) (Figure 7-6). After one to three years of farming, most seeds of woody species are dead and no longer stored in the seed bank (Newling, 1990; Middleton, 1995a, 1996, 1999). In contrast, at least some species of prairie wetlands survive many decades of farming (Dahl and Nomsen, 1987; Wienhold and van der Valk, 1989; Warne, 1992), even
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Extending the Franco-German experimental programme itself to other countries would have raised problems, and would have delayed the process. But most of the other components of the Franco-German co-operation agreement could easily be extended to other European countries. The rst one to join was Italy. A tripartite agreement was signed on 20th June 1985 by Jacques Dondoux for DGT, W. Florian for DBP, D. Gagliardi for the Italian Ministry and P. Giacometti for SIP. The stated objectives were to jointly support the work of the GSM group, to place manufacturers of the three countries in a position to resist competition from extra-European manufacturers and to set up co-ordinated plans for the earliest possible implementation of a compatible service covering the three countries. Two areas for co-operation were identi ed: the co-ordination of R&D activities and the co-ordination of operation plans. With regard to the rst one the agreement included the same clauses on the circulation of information and intellectual property conditions of the R&D contracts as in the Franco-German agreement. One annex described the work undertaken by DBP and DGT in the framework of their joint experimental programme. Another one described the various R&D activities of SIP. Compared to the Franco-German agreement, this agreement was of course lacking the substance of a joint R&D programme but it went further in two directions: co-ordinating the views of the three countries on the issues debated at CEPT level, and co-ordinating the future implementation of the standard, something which later became the mission of the GSM MoU group of signatories.
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