Distribution of invasive and native riparian woody plants across the western USA in relation to climate , river flow , floodplain geometry and patterns of introduction

@inproceedings{McShane2015DistributionOI,
  title={Distribution of invasive and native riparian woody plants across the western USA in relation to climate , river flow , floodplain geometry and patterns of introduction},
  author={Ryan R. McShane and Daniel A. Auerbach and Jonathan M. Friedman and Gregor T. Auble and Patrick B. Shafroth and Michael F. Merigliano and Michael L. Scott and N. LeRoy Poff},
  year={2015}
}
and weather (White 1979, Scott et al. 1996, Auble and Scott 1998, Mahoney and Rood 1998). Understanding these pattern–process relationships is necessary to design water management strategies that promote native species, or to predict how a change in climate or land-use management would affect populations of target species (Palmer et al. 2009, Perry et al. 2012). Riparian ecosystems of interior western North America provide an excellent opportunity to examine how these interacting factors… CONTINUE READING

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