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Effects of Oak Woodland Restoration Treatments on Sapling Survival and Tree Recruitment of Oaks in an Upland Mesic Oak-dominated Forest

Effects of Oak Woodland Restoration Treatments on Sapling Survival and Tree Recruitment of Oaks... Handel, S.N, G.R. Robinson, F.J. William and J.H. Mattei. Midwest and interior South of the United States (Ander- 1997. Restoration of woody plants to capped landfills. son and Bowles 1999, Fralish et al. 1999, Heikens 1999, Restoration Ecology 5:178–186. Brewer 2001, Van Lear 2004, Ruffner and Groninger Hellmers, H., J.S. Horton, G. Juhren and J. O’Keefe. 1955. Root 2006). Fire exclusion in the 20th century enabled fire- systems of some chaparral plants in southern California. sensitive hardwoods to colonize previously fire-maintained Ecology 36: 67–678. oak woodlands (Hart et al. 2008, Nowacki and Abrams Holl, K.D. 2002. Roots of chaparral shrubs fail to penetrate a 2008). These tree species produced a more closed canopy geosynthetic landfill liner. Ecological Restoration 20:111–115. Hutchings, T.R., A.J. Moffat and R.A. Kemp. 2001. Effects of (> 90%) than the historically open, sparse canopies of oak rooting and tree growth of selected woodland species on cap woodlands and savannas (Bowles and McBride 1998), integrity in a mineral capped landfill site. Waste Management leading to widespread oak regeneration failure and losses & Research 19:194–200. of groundcover plant diversity (Abrams 1992, Bowles and Kummerow, J., D. Krause and W. Jow. 1977. Root systems of McBride 1998). These diverse http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Effects of Oak Woodland Restoration Treatments on Sapling Survival and Tree Recruitment of Oaks in an Upland Mesic Oak-dominated Forest

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

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Handel, S.N, G.R. Robinson, F.J. William and J.H. Mattei. Midwest and interior South of the United States (Ander- 1997. Restoration of woody plants to capped landfills. son and Bowles 1999, Fralish et al. 1999, Heikens 1999, Restoration Ecology 5:178–186. Brewer 2001, Van Lear 2004, Ruffner and Groninger Hellmers, H., J.S. Horton, G. Juhren and J. O’Keefe. 1955. Root 2006). Fire exclusion in the 20th century enabled fire- systems of some chaparral plants in southern California. sensitive hardwoods to colonize previously fire-maintained Ecology 36: 67–678. oak woodlands (Hart et al. 2008, Nowacki and Abrams Holl, K.D. 2002. Roots of chaparral shrubs fail to penetrate a 2008). These tree species produced a more closed canopy geosynthetic landfill liner. Ecological Restoration 20:111–115. Hutchings, T.R., A.J. Moffat and R.A. Kemp. 2001. Effects of (> 90%) than the historically open, sparse canopies of oak rooting and tree growth of selected woodland species on cap woodlands and savannas (Bowles and McBride 1998), integrity in a mineral capped landfill site. Waste Management leading to widespread oak regeneration failure and losses & Research 19:194–200. of groundcover plant diversity (Abrams 1992, Bowles and Kummerow, J., D. Krause and W. Jow. 1977. Root systems of McBride 1998). These diverse

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