International Association of Vegetation Science Vegetation Patterns in Heterogeneous Landscapes : The Importance of History and Environment

@inproceedings{Motzkin2007InternationalAO,
  title={International Association of Vegetation Science Vegetation Patterns in Heterogeneous Landscapes : The Importance of History and Environment},
  author={Glenn Motzkin and Paul Wilson and David R. Foster and Arthur Allen},
  year={2007}
}
Throughout the eastern United States, plant species distributions and community patterns have developed in response to heterogeneous environmental conditions and a wide range of historical factors, including complex histories of natural and anthropogenic disturbance. Despite increased recognition of the importance of disturbance in determining forest composition and structure, few studies have assessed the relative influence of current environment and historical factors on moder vegetation, in… CONTINUE READING
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