Tussock vs cushion plants
The high andean peatlands are traditionnaly shaped by cushion forming plants furnishing a great fodder for camelids. Under global changes and above all growing land use, tussock grasses begin to implant and dry out peatlands, degradatin their hydric state.
Taken on 18
Submitted on 12 February 2018
Credit: Manon Bounous (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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