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Russian Olive Fruit Production in Shelterbelt and Riparian Populations in Montana

Russian Olive Fruit Production in Shelterbelt and Riparian Populations in Montana Corbin, J.D. and C.M. D’Antonio. 2004. Can carbon addition numbers, vigor and size (George et al. 2013). It is likely increase competitiveness of native grasses? A case study from that native perennial grasses were present in and prior California. Restoration Ecology 12:36–43. to 2011 throughout much of the area, but were severely D’Antonio, C.M. and P.M. Vitousek. 1992. Biological invasions diminished in size and vigor, making them difficult to by exotic grasses, the grass/fire cycle, and global change. detect. Perennial grasses (both native and introduced) are Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 23:63–87. the only palatable, green grass at TomKat Ranch during D’Antonio, C.M., C. Malmstrom, S.A. Reynolds and J. Gerlach. some times of year, making them a targeted forage for 2007. Ecology of invasive non-native species in California grassland. Pages 67–83 in M. Stromberg, J. Corbin, and livestock and susceptible to being grazed at a frequency C.M. D’Antonio (eds), California Grassland: Ecology and that does not allow for adequate shoot and root regenera- Management. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. tion and seed set. Hence we are likely documenting an George, M.R., S. Larson-Praplan, M. Doran and K.W. Tate. increase in distribution of native perennial grasses as well http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Russian Olive Fruit Production in Shelterbelt and Riparian Populations in Montana

Ecological Restoration , Volume 32 (4) – Nov 3, 2014

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Corbin, J.D. and C.M. D’Antonio. 2004. Can carbon addition numbers, vigor and size (George et al. 2013). It is likely increase competitiveness of native grasses? A case study from that native perennial grasses were present in and prior California. Restoration Ecology 12:36–43. to 2011 throughout much of the area, but were severely D’Antonio, C.M. and P.M. Vitousek. 1992. Biological invasions diminished in size and vigor, making them difficult to by exotic grasses, the grass/fire cycle, and global change. detect. Perennial grasses (both native and introduced) are Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 23:63–87. the only palatable, green grass at TomKat Ranch during D’Antonio, C.M., C. Malmstrom, S.A. Reynolds and J. Gerlach. some times of year, making them a targeted forage for 2007. Ecology of invasive non-native species in California grassland. Pages 67–83 in M. Stromberg, J. Corbin, and livestock and susceptible to being grazed at a frequency C.M. D’Antonio (eds), California Grassland: Ecology and that does not allow for adequate shoot and root regenera- Management. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. tion and seed set. Hence we are likely documenting an George, M.R., S. Larson-Praplan, M. Doran and K.W. Tate. increase in distribution of native perennial grasses as well

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Published: Nov 3, 2014

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