Responses of native and invasive wetland plants to hydroperiod and water depth

@article{Miller2004ResponsesON,
  title={Responses of native and invasive wetland plants to hydroperiod and water depth},
  author={Rebecca C. Miller and Joy B. Zedler},
  journal={Plant Ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={167},
  pages={57-69}
}
  • Rebecca C. Miller, Joy B. Zedler
  • Published in Plant Ecology 2004
  • Biology
  • Monotypic stands of reed canary grass, Phalaris arundinacea, replace native wetland vegetation where stormwater runoff alters hydrologic conditions, nutrient inflows, and sedimentation rates. We asked if different hydrologic conditions could explain the dominance of Phalaris and/or loss of the native grass, Spartina pectinata, and we compared the growth of each species alone and together under four hydroperiods (varying inundation frequency and duration) each at two water depths (surface… CONTINUE READING

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