•Herbaceous response was compared between fall and spring burned aspen stands.•Native perennials comprised 60–70% of herbaceous cover in spring burned plots.•Kentucky bluegrass and exotics were >60% of total herb cover on fall burned sites.•There were 3-times as many perennial forb species in spring than fall burned plots.•Herbaceous layer resilience and resistance was reduced in fall burned aspen plots.
Forest Ecology and Management – Elsevier
Published: Feb 1, 2018
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