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Landscape vegetation change, pattern detection, and interpretation in a subalpine fir forest infested with balsam woolly adelgid
Invasive insects and pathogens, climate change, and anthropogenic factors are causing broad-scale change in forest ecosystems. Identifying, understanding, and maintaining historic and functioning ecosystems in changing landscapes can be challenging because multiple internal and external factors interact across scales. In this ...
Restoring Abandoned Agricultural Lands in Puget Lowland Prairies: A New Approach
Puget Lowland Prairies are one of the most endangered ecosystems in the United States. Restoration has been occurring for more than thirty years and has focused on extant sites with some native species present. Generally, actions first began with invasive species control, followed by reintroduction of fire, and then seeding ...