Margaret C. Cirtain
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Abstract As awareness and interest in canebrake restoration activities in the southeastern United States continues to grow, we are faced with numerous challenges. The greatest of these challenges is… Continue Reading
A greater than 98% decline in Arundinaria gigantea (Walt.) Muhl. (giant cane or river cane) canebrake communities have resulted in a critically endangered ecosystem. Historical accounts suggest loss… Continue Reading
Improving natural regeneration of bamboos after they die following mass flowering is critical for conservation of giant pandas. However, little is known about factors that affect seed germination and… Continue Reading
Abstract The once dominant Arundinaria gigantea canebrake ecosystems have been reduced to fragmented populations less than 2% of their former extent resulting in a critically endangered ecosystem.… Continue Reading