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Grasslands growing atop serpentine bedrock are subject to edaphic stresses and, as a result, are low productivity ecosystems. Nutrient limitations are so severe in some serpentine grasslands that plant growth is unaffected by increased water availability. However, little is known of how...
Success of invasive annual grasses is often linked to increases in resources, and restoration ecologists have suggested that decreasing nitrogen (N) availability and restoring more conservative N cycles with lower N turnover should decrease the competitive advantage of these invaders and...
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