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Restoration of Red Cedar Savanna Plant Communities in Point Pelee National Park

Restoration of Red Cedar Savanna Plant Communities in Point Pelee National Park

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Title: Restoration of Red Cedar Savanna Plant Communities in Point Pelee National Park
Author: Falkenberg, N.
Bazely, D.R.
Mouland, G.
Description: Working paper on the restoration of red cedar savana plant communities in Point Pelee National Park. The authors will address will they should attempt to preserve disturbance-dependent plant communities, when this means that extremely labour-intensive activities must be undertaken to halt or reverse the tide of succession.
Subject: disking
disturbance-dependent communities
succession
restoration ecology
Red cedar savana
prescribed burning
Juniperus virginiana
Type: Working Paper
Rights: http://casiopa.mediamouse.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/PRFO-1999-Proceedings-p497-Falkenberg-Bazely-and-Mouland-Abstract.pdf
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/10120
Published: Heritage Resources Centre, University of Waterloo
Citation: Falkenberg, N., Bazely, D.R. and Mouland, G. 2000. Restoration of Red Cedar Savanna Plant Communities in Point Pelee National Park. Refereed Proceedings of the 2nd Parks Research Forum of Ontario: Parks and Protected Areas in Southern Ontario, 2000. p. 497.
ISBN: 0-9684655-1-X
Date: 2000

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