Variation in widths of riparian-zone vegetation of higher-elevation streams and implications for conservation management

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Riparian-zone vegetation increasingly is seen as critically important ecologically in landscapes. While generally of limited relative area, its roles as biodiversity haven and in mediating land-water exchanges are vital. Therefore, identifying boundaries of such vegetation is important and has clear management significance. We measured 20 sites from first… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11258-007-9387-5

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@article{Nally2007VariationIW, title={Variation in widths of riparian-zone vegetation of higher-elevation streams and implications for conservation management}, author={Ralph Mac Nally and Grant Molyneux and J. Ross Thomson and Pauline Lake and Jennifer Read}, journal={Plant Ecology}, year={2007}, volume={198}, pages={89-100} }