An Adaptive Decision Framework for the Conservation of a Threatened Plant

@article{Moore2011AnAD,
  title={An Adaptive Decision Framework for the Conservation of a Threatened Plant},
  author={C. T. Moore and C. Fonnesbeck and K. Shea and Kristopher J. Lah and P. Mckenzie and L. Ball and M. Runge and H. Alexander},
  journal={Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management},
  year={2011},
  volume={2},
  pages={247-261}
}
  • C. T. Moore, C. Fonnesbeck, +5 authors H. Alexander
  • Published 2011
  • Geography
  • Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management
  • Mead’s milkweed Asclepias meadii, a long-lived perennial herb of tallgrass prairie and glade communities of the central United States, is a species designated as threatened under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. Challenges to its successful management include the facts that much about its life history is unknown, its age at reproductive maturity is very advanced, certain life stages are practically unobservable, its productivity is responsive to unpredictable environmental events, and most of… CONTINUE READING
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