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Demographic processes limiting seedling recruitment in arid grassland restorationAuthor(s): Jeremy J. James; Tony J. Svejcar; Matthew J. Rinella
Source: Journal of Applied Ecology. 48: 961-969.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionSeeding is an important management tool in aridland restoration, but seeded species often fail to establish. Previous research has largely focused on the technical aspects of seeding with little effort directed at identifying demographic processes driving recruitment failures.
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CitationJames, Jeremy J.; Svejcar, Tony J.; Rinella, Matthew J. 2011. Demographic processes limiting seedling recruitment in arid grassland restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology. 48: 961-969.
Keywordsannual grass, fire, great basin, invasion, life stage, seeding
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