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Overgrazed Ecosystems: Do Plant Communities Recover?
(Parks Research Forum of Ontario (PRFO) Heritage Resources Centre University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 1998)
Large herbivores, such as white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), are major determinants of the structure and composition of forest plant communities. Previous studies of herbivory have examined plant community response ...
Interactions between deer and vegetation in Southern Ontario: Monitoring and restoration of overgrazed plant communities in Rondeau and Pinery Provincial Parks
(Biology Department, York University, 1997)
Executive Summary: 1. In 1994 the Science Technology Transfer Unit of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources initiated a 5-year project in collaboration with the Department of Biology, York University, Toronto, to monitor ...
Interactions between deer and vegetation in southern Ontario, Canada: Monitoring and restoration of overgrazed plant communities in Pinery and Rondeau Provincial Parks.
(Biology Department, York University, 1995-03)
Executive Summary: One of the main goals of this report was to lodge a single record of our numerous research activities on deer-plant interactions in southern Ontario. Table 1 summarizes the project's components and ...
Report to the Endangered Species Recovery Fund, World Wildlife Fund, Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 2000 field season.
(Biology Department, York University, 2001-07)
1. Southwestern Ontario is the most densely populated, urbanized, industrialized and intensively farmed part of Canada. The remaining natural habitat cover is 5-10%, and much of this has been subjected to intense human-induced ...