Mojave Applied Ecology Notes Fall 2010

  title={Mojave Applied Ecology Notes Fall 2010},
  author={Adria DeCorte and Stanley M. Altman and Alex Suazo},
Plant invasibility is a key topic in the Mojave Desert where exotic species invasions result in new fire regimes and reduced biodiversity. The most effective technique for preventing the spread of invasive species may be increasing the health of native plant communities in order to fortify them against invasion. Consequently, protecting soil surfaces in conjunction with reducing soil fertility through carbon addition could serve as useful tools for prevention. 

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