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Following a prolonged drought, more than 7,250 ha of a large fen complex in Michiganâs Upper Peninsula burned in late summer of 2007. As part of fire-fighting efforts, over 48 km of bulldozed firebreaks were made in and around the peatland. In 2008, the State of Michigan restored over 32 km of...
While offering ecological, recreational, and cultural value, urban woodlands are under intense pressure from their many human visitors and require restorative management to continue to provide these functions. Since park construction in the 1860s, the 95.5 hectares of woodlands in Prospect Park...
Large Woody Debris (LWD) is a critical component of Pacific Northwest marine ecosystems and of growing interest for restoration. This study adds important empirical data to the limited pool of information on the dynamics of LWD at the interface of freshwater, human, and marine ecosystems. In...
Wiregrass (Aristida stricta) is an important species for restoration of imperiled pine-grassland ecosystems. However, in situ and ex situ seedling establishment is problematic due to highly variable germination. I assessed seed lot quality with respect to the production of viable and...
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