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Inferring relationships between native plant diversity and Lonicera japonica in upland forests in north Mississippi, USAAuthor(s): Sherry. B. Surrette; J. Stephen Brewer
Source: Applied Vegetation Science doi: 10.3170/2008-7-18355, published online 28 January 2008
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionDo anthropogenic disturbances interact with local environmental factors to increase the abundance and frequency of invasive species, which in turn exerts a negative effect on native biodiversity?
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CitationSurrette, Sherry. B.; Brewer, J. Stephen. 2008. Inferring relationships between native plant diversity and Lonicera japonica in upland forests in north Mississippi, USA. Applied Vegetation Science doi: 10.3170/2008-7-18355, published online 28 January 2008
KeywordsCarya, Disturbance, Forest fragmentation, Invasive species, Pinus echinata, Quercus, Restoration, Species diversity
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