Reforesting riparian corridors in the Ozarks: species selection and vegetation management.Author(s): Kyle Steele; Randy Jensen; John Kabrick
Source: MDC Resource Science. Science Notes. 4(22): 2 p.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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Many land managers are in the process of reforesting riparian corridors, often with poor or mixed results. We designed an experiment to examine artificial hardwood regeneration of thirteen species in old-field riparian corridors of the Missouri Ozarks using five vegetation treatments replicated at three sites.
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CitationSteele, Kyle; Jensen, Randy; Kabrick, John. 2009. Reforesting riparian corridors in the Ozarks: species selection and vegetation management. MDC Resource Science. Missouri Department of Conservation, Science Notes: [City, State: Publisher unknown]: 4(22).
Keywordsriparian reforestation, Ozark Highlands, artificial regeneration, seedlings, cover-crops, bottomland forest resto-ration
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