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HISTORICAL DISTURBANCE AND RECENT MANAGEMENT FACTORS DRIVING QUERCUS GARRYANA VEGETATION COMMUNITIES IN THE PUGET SOUND LOWLANDS
Garry oak (Quercus garryana) ecosystems used to cover 111,000 hectares in the Puget Sound, yet currently occupy approximately 3% of this former land area. Today, most Garry oak systems are fragmented and remain outside of protected conservation areas, making them particularly prone to additional land development pressures. ...