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Herbivory and gap regeneration in southern bottomland hardwood forestsAuthor(s): S.B. Castleberry; W.P. Smith; W.M. Ford; K.V. Miller; K.V. Miller
Source: In: L. Fredrickson, ed. Proceedings of the Symposium on Ecology and Management of Bottomland hardwood Systems: the State of Our Understanding. University of Missouri Press, Columbia: 143-154.
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CitationCastleberry, S.B.; Smith, W.P.; Ford, W.M.; Miller, K.V. 2005. Herbivory and gap regeneration in southern bottomland hardwood forests. In: L. Fredrickson, ed. Proceedings of the Symposium on Ecology and Management of Bottomland hardwood Systems: the State of Our Understanding. University of Missouri Press, Columbia: 143-154.
Keywordsbottomland hardwood forests, forest canopy gaps, herbivory, oak regeneration, Odocoileus virginianus, swamp rabbit, Sylvilagus aquaticus, white-tailed deer
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