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The Effects of Carbon Amendments on Growth and Reproduction of a Prairie Plant (Illinois)

The Effects of Carbon Amendments on Growth and Reproduction of a Prairie Plant (Illinois) Chittick, A.J. and C.R. Keyes. 2007. Holter Ridge Thinning study has examined how carbon amendments may affect Study, Redwood National Park: Preliminary results of a the growth and reproduction of prairie plants in restora- 25-year retrospective. Pages 271–280 in Proceedings of tions. Prairie plants have evolved in nutrient-poor soils; the Redwood Science Symposium: What Does The Future however, low nitrogen levels can negatively impact plant Hold? USDA Forest Service General Technical Report growth and reproduction. PSW-GTR-194. Our primary objective was to determine how a variety Franklin, J.F., A.B. Carey, S.P. Courtney, J.M. Marzluff, M.G. of carbon amendments affect the growth and reproductive Raphael, J.C. Tappeiner and D.A. Thornburgh. 2007. Managing second-growth forests in the redwood region output of black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta), a short-lived for accelerated development of marbled murrelet nesting perennial species that is present and often abundant during habitat. Pages 281–282 in Proceedings of the Redwood Science the early years of a prairie restoration (Camill et al. 2004). Symposium: What Does The Future Hold? USDA Forest Service We predicted that carbon amendments would reduce General Technical Report PSW-GTR-194. nitrogen availability, leading to a reduction in the growth Keyes, C.R., T.E. Perry and J.F. Plummer. 2010. Variable-density and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

The Effects of Carbon Amendments on Growth and Reproduction of a Prairie Plant (Illinois)

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Chittick, A.J. and C.R. Keyes. 2007. Holter Ridge Thinning study has examined how carbon amendments may affect Study, Redwood National Park: Preliminary results of a the growth and reproduction of prairie plants in restora- 25-year retrospective. Pages 271–280 in Proceedings of tions. Prairie plants have evolved in nutrient-poor soils; the Redwood Science Symposium: What Does The Future however, low nitrogen levels can negatively impact plant Hold? USDA Forest Service General Technical Report growth and reproduction. PSW-GTR-194. Our primary objective was to determine how a variety Franklin, J.F., A.B. Carey, S.P. Courtney, J.M. Marzluff, M.G. of carbon amendments affect the growth and reproductive Raphael, J.C. Tappeiner and D.A. Thornburgh. 2007. Managing second-growth forests in the redwood region output of black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta), a short-lived for accelerated development of marbled murrelet nesting perennial species that is present and often abundant during habitat. Pages 281–282 in Proceedings of the Redwood Science the early years of a prairie restoration (Camill et al. 2004). Symposium: What Does The Future Hold? USDA Forest Service We predicted that carbon amendments would reduce General Technical Report PSW-GTR-194. nitrogen availability, leading to a reduction in the growth Keyes, C.R., T.E. Perry and J.F. Plummer. 2010. Variable-density and

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Nov 5, 2011

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