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Direct and indirect effects of allelopathy in the soil legacy of an exotic plant invasion
Invasive species may leave behind legacies that persist even after removal, inhibiting subsequent restoration efforts. We examined the soil legacy of Cytisus scoparius, a nitrogen-fixing, putatively… Expand
Persistence of a soil legacy following removal of a nitrogen-fixing invader
Vast effort and resources are spent to control invasive plants. Often with the assumption that once these resources are spent and the invader is successfully removed, the impact of that species on… Expand
Mycorrhizae, invasions, and the temporal dynamics of mutualism disruption
Summary An increasingly recognized impact of plant invaders is the disruption of positive interactions between native plants and their belowground mutualistic mycorrhizal fungi. We reviewed 112… Expand
Ectomycorrhizas and tree seedling establishment are strongly influenced by forest edge proximity but not soil inoculum.
- S. Grove, N. Saarman, G. Gilbert, B. Faircloth, K. Haubensak, I. Parker
- Biology, Medicine
- Ecological applications : a publication of the…
- 1 April 2019
Reforestation is challenging when timber harvested areas have been degraded, invaded by nonnative species, or are of marginal suitability to begin with. Conifers form mutualistic partnerships with… Expand
Reply to Murray-Wallace et al. (2013): Comments on a paper by Slee et al. (2012). A reassessment of Last Interglacial deposits at Mary Ann Bay, Tasmania
We note that Murray-Wallace et al. (2013), in their comments above and in their original articles (see references in Slee et al. 2012), provide no detailed stratigraphic column or location for their… Expand
Do impacts of an invasive nitrogen‐fixing shrub on Douglas‐fir and its ectomycorrhizal mutualism change over time following invasion?
Summary Impacts of invasive species may change in magnitude and even direction with invasion age. Impacts could increase as the population increases, individuals grow in size and ecological changes… Expand
Inderjit (ed.): Management of Invasive Weeds
- I. Parker, P. Holloran, Sarah M Swope, Justin A. Cummings, S. Grove, C. Fresquez
- Biological Invasions
- 1 May 2010
Author(s): Parker, Ingrid M.; Holloran, Pete; Swope, Sarah M.; Cummings, Justin; Grove, Sara; Fresquez, Carla
Limits to biocontrol: the effects of urbanization and elevation on Bruchidius villosus and Exapion fuscirostre—two biological control agents of Cytisus scoparius
Both invasive species and their biological control agents face barriers to expansion, which provide opportunities to limit invasions or may enable target invasive species to exist in enemy-free… Expand
Chemical and Mechanical Control of Cytisus scoparius Across the Life Cycle. Technical report submitted to Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
Author(s): Parker, Ingrid M.; Haubensak, Karen A; Grove, Sara | Abstract: At Joint Base Lewis-McChord, tree plantations have failed repeatedly in areas that had once supported Douglas fir forest,… Expand
Pile age and burn season influence fuelbed properties, combustion dynamics, fuel consumption, and charcoal formation when burning hand piles
Abstract Piling and burning is widely used to dispose of unmerchantable debris resulting from thinning in forests throughout the western United States. Quite often more piles are created than are… Expand