Phytosociological analysis of restored and managed grassland habitat within an urban national park

Abstract

Floyd Bennett Field (FBF), 579 ha in extent, is a division of Gateway National Recreation Area. It is the site of a former airfield, constructed by filling salt marshes with dredged materials. Except for the portion known locally as the “North Forty,” all sections of FBF have been cut over to maintain low vegetation. A grassland management plan (GRAMP) for… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1015755832045

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