Survival and growth responses of eight Everglades tree species along an experimental hydrological gradient on two tree island types

@inproceedings{Stoffella2010SurvivalAG,
  title={Survival and growth responses of eight Everglades tree species along an experimental hydrological gradient on two tree island types},
  author={Susana L. Stoffella and Michael S. Ross and Jay Prakash Sah and Ren{\'e} Price and Pamela Lee Sullivan and Eric A. Cline and Leonard J. Scinto},
  year={2010}
}
Questions: How are the early survival and growth of seedlings of Everglades tree species planted in an experimental setting on artificial tree islands affected by hydrology and substrate type? What are the implications of these responses for broader tree island restoration efforts? Location: Loxahatchee Impoundment Landscape Assessment (LILA), Boynton Beach, Florida, USA. Methods: An experiment was designed to test hydrological and substrate effects on seedling growth and survivorship. Two… CONTINUE READING
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