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Current and historical composition and size structure of upland forests across a soil gradient in north MississippiAuthor(s): Sherry B. Surrette; Steven M. Aquilani; J. Stephen Brewer
Source: Southeastern Naturalist 7(1):27-48
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionComparisons of current and historical tree species composition and size structure along natural productivity gradients are useful for inferring effects of disturbance regimes and productivity on patterns of succession.
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CitationSurrette, Sherry B.; Aquilani, Steven M.; Brewer, J. Stephen. 2008. Current and historical composition and size structure of upland forests across a soil gradient in north Mississippi. Southeastern Naturalist 7(1):27-48
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