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Inventory shows extent of non-native invasive plants in Minnesota forestsAuthor(s): W. Keith Moser; Mark D. Nelson; Mark H. Hansen
Source: Minnesota Plant Press. The Minnesota Native Plant Society Newsletter. 28(1): 4-5.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionReaders are no doubt aware of the impact that non-native invasive plants (NNIP) present to Minnesota's ecosystems. The U.S. Forest Service's Northern Research Station (NRS) Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) Program is studying what determines where these plants are found, including forest type, tree density, disturbance, productivity, and topography.
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CitationMoser, W. Keith; Nelson, Mark D.; Hansen, Mark H. 2009. Inventory shows extent of non-native invasive plants in Minnesota forests. Minnesota Plant Press. The Minnesota Native Plant Society Newsletter. 28(1): 4-5.
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