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Understory restoration in longleaf pine sandhills
Author(s): A. C. Cox, D. R. Gordon, J. L. Slapcinsky and G. S. Seamon
Journal: Natural Areas Journal
Journal Link: http://www.naturalarea.org/journal.asp
Article Topic(s): Restoration,Disturbance,Water
Research Setting(s): Longleaf pine
Species Referenced: Aristida beyrichiana (Beyrich threeawn),
AbstractThe factors affecting the establishment of wiregrass in longleaf pine ecosystems were investigated. Establishment was greater in burned, irrigated plots than in plots that were only burned or were burned and the soil disturbed. In unirrigated plots, establishment was greater in burned and disturbed sites than in sites that were only burned or only disturbed.
Suggested CitationA. C. Cox, D. R. Gordon, J. L. Slapcinsky and G. S. Seamon. "Understory restoration in longleaf pine sandhills." Natural Areas Journal 24.1 (2004): 4-14.
Article LinksISSN: 0885-8608