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In the absence of periodic disturbance, primarily fire, many oak-dominated woodlands in the Eastern and Midwestern United States are transitioning to sugar maple (Acer saccharum) dominated communities. This experiment was conducted to determine the effects of forest overstory and/or...
Loss of native riparian vegetation and dominance of invasive species can have negative consequences for river and floodplain dynamics, trophic interactions, water quality, and riparian systemsâ ability to buffer some of the impacts of climate change. In response, restoration and enhancement...
Subarctic peatlands are increasingly faced with disturbances from resource extraction industries. Their rehabilitation is being required through government regulation, and backed by financial guarantees. A three-year field experiment was conducted to test a modification of existing peatland...
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