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The influence of past and present land use on non-native plant invasion in the southern AppalachiansAuthor(s): Timothy R. Kuhman
Source: University of Wisconsin-Madison. 137 p. Ph.D. dissertation.
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CitationKuhman, Timothy R. 2009. The influence of past and present land use on non-native plant invasion in the southern Appalachians. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison. 137 p. Ph.D. dissertation.
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