Trait-Based Filtering of the Regional Species Pool to Guide Understory Plant Reintroductions in Midwestern Oak Savannas

@inproceedings{Brudvig2008TraitBasedFO,
  title={Trait-Based Filtering of the Regional Species Pool to Guide Understory Plant Reintroductions in Midwestern Oak Savannas},
  author={Lars Andrew Brudvig and Catherine M. Mabry},
  year={2008}
}
A common first step during ecological restoration is reestablishing the local species pool through active reintroduction of individual plant species. Unfortunately, the regional species pool is often far too large to be of practical use during restoration. Methods are needed to produce manageable lists of key species for directed reintroduction. We used life history traits to target species from the regional species pool (n 1⁄4 900) for reintroduction to degraded Midwestern oak savanna remnants… CONTINUE READING

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