Author ' s personal copy The in fl uence of plant removal on succession in Wyoming big sagebrush q

@inproceedings{Boyd2011AuthorS,
  title={Author ' s personal copy The in fl uence of plant removal on succession in Wyoming big sagebrush q},
  author={Chad S. Boyd and Tony J. Svejcar},
  year={2011}
}
Restoration treatments are based on the largely untested notion that desired recovery of plant communities following disturbance wouldn’t occur in the absence of active intervention. We identified rate of short-term (10 year) floristic changes following removal of plant functional groups in Wyoming big sagebrush plant communities in 1999e2005 and 2008. Treatments imposed on 6 6 m plots were: 1) removal of all plant functional groups, 2) perennial grass removal, 3) shrub removal and 4) control… CONTINUE READING

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