Sentinel nematodes of land-use change and restoration in tallgrass prairie.

@article{Todd2006SentinelNO,
  title={Sentinel nematodes of land-use change and restoration in tallgrass prairie.},
  author={Timothy C. Todd and Thomas O. Powers and Peter Mullin},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  year={2006},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={
          20-7
        }
}
Changes in land use and the associated changes in land cover are recognized as the most important component of human-induced global change. Much attention has been focused on deforestation, but grasslands are among the most endangered ecosystems on Earth. The North American tallgrass prairie is a dramatic example, exhibiting a greater than 95% decline in historical area. Renewed interest in prairie conservation and restoration has highlighted the need for ecological indicators of disturbance… CONTINUE READING

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