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Augmenting Populations of Spalding’s Catchfly (Silene spaldingii) Populations in Northwest Montana

Augmenting Populations of Spalding’s Catchfly (Silene spaldingii) Populations in Northwest Montana in pine-hardwood forests in North Mississippi, USA. Taft, J.B. 1997. Savanna and open-woodland communities. International Journal of Wildland Fire 15:203–211. Pages 24–54 in M.W. Schwartz (ed), Conservation in Highly Brose, P., D. Van Lear and R. Cooper. 1999. Using shelterwood Fragmented Landscapes. Chicago, IL: Chapman and Hall. harvests and prescribed fire to regenerate oak stands on Van Lear, D.H. 2004. Upland oak ecology and management. productive upland sites. Forest Ecology and Management Page 311 in Upland oak ecology symposium: History, current 113:125–141. conditions, and sustainability. Gen. Tech. Report SRS-73. Cannon, J.B. and J.S. Brewer. 2013. Effects of tornado damage, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern prescribed fire, and salvage logging on natural oak (Quercus Research Station, Asheville, NC. spp.) regeneration in a xeric southern USA Coastal Plain Oak/Pine Forest. Natural Areas Journal 33:39–49. Clewell, A.F. and J. Aronson. 2013. Ecological restoration: Principles, values, and structure of an emerging profession. Second Edition. Washington D.C.: Island Press. Fralish, J.S., S.B. Franklin and D.D. Close. 1999. Open Augmenting Populations of Spalding’s woodland communities of southern Illinois, western Catchfly (Silene spaldingii) Populations Kentucky, and middle Tennessee. Pages 171–189 in R.C. Anderson, J.S. Fralish and J.M. Baskin (eds), Savannas, in Northwest Montana Barrens, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Augmenting Populations of Spalding’s Catchfly (Silene spaldingii) Populations in Northwest Montana

Ecological Restoration , Volume 32 (2) – May 6, 2014

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in pine-hardwood forests in North Mississippi, USA. Taft, J.B. 1997. Savanna and open-woodland communities. International Journal of Wildland Fire 15:203–211. Pages 24–54 in M.W. Schwartz (ed), Conservation in Highly Brose, P., D. Van Lear and R. Cooper. 1999. Using shelterwood Fragmented Landscapes. Chicago, IL: Chapman and Hall. harvests and prescribed fire to regenerate oak stands on Van Lear, D.H. 2004. Upland oak ecology and management. productive upland sites. Forest Ecology and Management Page 311 in Upland oak ecology symposium: History, current 113:125–141. conditions, and sustainability. Gen. Tech. Report SRS-73. Cannon, J.B. and J.S. Brewer. 2013. Effects of tornado damage, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern prescribed fire, and salvage logging on natural oak (Quercus Research Station, Asheville, NC. spp.) regeneration in a xeric southern USA Coastal Plain Oak/Pine Forest. Natural Areas Journal 33:39–49. Clewell, A.F. and J. Aronson. 2013. Ecological restoration: Principles, values, and structure of an emerging profession. Second Edition. Washington D.C.: Island Press. Fralish, J.S., S.B. Franklin and D.D. Close. 1999. Open Augmenting Populations of Spalding’s woodland communities of southern Illinois, western Catchfly (Silene spaldingii) Populations Kentucky, and middle Tennessee. Pages 171–189 in R.C. Anderson, J.S. Fralish and J.M. Baskin (eds), Savannas, in Northwest Montana Barrens,

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