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Over the past couple of decades, 2,200,000 ha of wetlands and grasslands have been restored in the prairie pothole region, USA. However, many restored and remnant wetlands in the region are dominated by two invasive plant species, reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea) and cattail...
Abstract: Little attention has been focused on evaluating river restoration projects. Postproject assessments commonly identify improvements in biological or physical conditions, but opportunities for understanding the interactions between such processes are often missed. This study assesses the...
Abstract: We evaluated the ecological success of the manual removal of Carpobrotus species, a putative hybrid complex of a South African perennial mat-forming plant, by comparing treated, noninvaded, and invaded plots across coastal Andalucía in southern Spain. As a measure of the management...
The removal of non-native species is often an important restoration goal in natural areas, including national parks. There is often a positive correlation between non-native and native plant species richness, so that areas with the greatest number of native species support the greatest number of...
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