Terrestrial arthropods as indicators of ecological restoration success in coastal sage scrub (California, U.S.A.)

@inproceedings{Longcore2003TerrestrialAA,
  title={Terrestrial arthropods as indicators of ecological restoration success in coastal sage scrub (California, U.S.A.)},
  author={Travis Longcore},
  year={2003}
}
Ecological restoration enjoys widespread use as a technique to mitigate for environmental damage. Success of a restoration project often is evaluated on the basis of plant cover only. Recovery of a native arthropod fauna is also important to achieve conservation goals. I sampled arthropod communities by pitfall trapping in undisturbed, disturbed, and restored coastal sage scrub habitats in southern California. I evaluated arthropod community composition, diversity, and abundance using summary… CONTINUE READING

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