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The Mississippi River Gorge has long been of central importance ecologically and economically to the Twin Cities, Minnesota region. It was unique for its high-gradient, boulder-cobble bed along the Mississippi that was valuable for fish and mussel habitat prior to alteration by locks and dams....
Native grasses can persist in areas dominated by invasive species, yet resistance to invasion by the selected remaining natives is largely unknown. We examine native grass lineages differing in history of survival within invasions, when transplanted into association with 2 invasive perennials....
Abstract: We propose an approach toward identifying restoration opportunities on the landscape using historical Public Land Survey (PLS) data and modern Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) data within an ecological classification system (ECS) context, and demonstrate this approach for northern...
Habitat restoration and the theory of ecological succession are linked intrinsically. However, restoration management does not always rely on successional principles. This separation between theory and practical application may stem from the failure of succession to achieve restoration targets....
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