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Historical disturbance regimes are often considered a critical element in maintaining native plant communities. However, the response of plant communities to disturbance may be fundamentally altered as a consequence of invasive plants, climate change, or prior disturbances. The appropriateness of historical disturbance patterns under modern conditions and the interactions among disturbances are issues that ecologists must address to protect and restore native plant communities. We evaluated the response of Artemisia tridentata ssp. wyomingensis (Beetle & A. Young) S.L. Welsh plant communities to their historical disturbance regime compared to other disturbance regimes. The historical disturbance regime of these...
Production enhancement and its implications for the restoration of marine biodiversity in the coastal waters of Japan
Joshua's Creek urban water resources management experience paradigm for sustainability or slave to expediency?
Long term database as a tool for aquatic ecosystem stewardship: A study case in the southern Gulf of Mexico
Effects of culling on attacks by yellow-legged gulls (Larus cachinnans) upon three species of herons
Simulated stand characteristics and wood product yields from Douglas-fir plantations managed for ecosystem objectives