Regeneration rates of the woody vegetation of Guam ’ s Northwest Field following major disturbance : land use patterns , feral ungulates , and cascading effects of the brown treesnake

@inproceedings{Perry2000RegenerationRO,
  title={Regeneration rates of the woody vegetation of Guam ’ s Northwest Field following major disturbance : land use patterns , feral ungulates , and cascading effects of the brown treesnake},
  author={Gad Perry and John Murray Morton},
  year={2000}
}
Little is known about the rates at which native forest in the Marianas regenerates following major anthropogenic disturbance, especially ones including the removal of seed banks. Moreover, though some tree species are considered typical of primary or secondary forest, this is generally based on current forest phenology, not on a detailed time-series analysis of frequency following perturbation. This paper presents a study designed to address these issues. The Northwest Field area in northern… CONTINUE READING

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