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A strategy for restoration of montane forest in anthropogenic fern thickets in the Dominican Republic
Author(s): M. G. Slocum, T. M. Aide, J. K. Zimmerman and L. Navarro
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Restoration Ecology
Article Topic(s): Establishment methods, Restoration
Research Setting(s): Forest
Species Referenced: Cyrilla racemiflora (Titi),
AbstractInvestigates the restoration of tropical montane forest in the Dominican Republic. Cyrilla racemiflora is a late successional species in this habitat. Late successional species grew more slowly than early successional species. In general, fertilization did not increase growth rates of the species that were studied.
Suggested CitationM. G. Slocum, T. M. Aide, J. K. Zimmerman and L. Navarro. "A strategy for restoration of montane forest in anthropogenic fern thickets in the Dominican Republic." Restoration Ecology 14.4 (2006): 526-536.