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Proceedings of the Eighth North American Prairie Conference : 1-4 August 1982, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan

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Brewer, Richard, Editor
Proceedings of the Eighth North American Prairie Conference : 1-4 August 1982, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan
ISBN 0-912244-16-X
(Proceedings of the ... North American Prairie Conference, No. 8)
Dept. of Biology, Western Michigan University, 1983
viii, 175 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.

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Contents

[Front cover] Proceedings of the eighth North American Prairie Conference, pp. [unnumbered]-ii

[Title page] Proceedings of the eighth North American Prairie Conference, pp. [iii]-[iv]

Contents, pp. v-vi

Preface, pp. vii-viii

Prologue: remembering Michigan's prairies, p. 1

[Number of seedlings established from stored prairie hay], Ries, R. E.; Hofmann, L. pp. [2]-4

Soil pH of a tallgrass sand prairie, Post, Thomas W. pp. 5-7

The flowering responses of 7 grasses to seasonal timing of prescribed burns in remnant Wisconsin prairie, Henderson, Richard A.; Lovell, David L.; Howell, Evelyn A. pp. 7-10

The response of forb species to seasonal timing of prescribed burns in remnant Wisconsin prairies, Lovell, David L.; Henderson, Richard A.; Howell, Evelyn A. pp. 11-15

The ecology of Sitanion (gramineae) in Benton County, Washington, Newsome, R. D.; Sauer, R. H. pp. 15-20

The effects of fire, litter, and ash on flowering in Andropogon gerardii, Petersen, Nancy J. pp. 21-25

[James Woodworth Prairie Preserve: a case history of the ecological monitoring programs], Apfelbaum, Steven I.; Rouffa, Albert S. pp. [26]-30

Demography and persistence of Silphium laciniatum at the O. E. Anderson Compass Plant Prairie, Auffenorde, T. M.; Wistendahl, W. A. pp. 30-32

Association of relict prairie flora with Indian trails in central Ontario, Reznicek, A. A. pp. 33-39

Responses of nesting wildlife to prairie grass management on prairie chicken sanctuaries in Illinois, Westemeier, Ronald L.; Buhnerkempe, John E. pp. 39-46

Success in a secondary habitat: the dickcissel in the tallgrass prairie, Zimmerman, John L.; Finck, Elmer J. pp. 47-49

Habitat selection of small mammals in burned and unburned tallgrass prairie, Schramm, Peter; Willcutts, Brian J. pp. 49-55

Maxton Plains, prairie refugia of Drummond Island, Chippewa County, Michigan, Stephenson, Stephen N. pp. 56-60

Refuge design and ecological theory: lessons for prairie and forest conservation, Simberloff, Daniel; Gotelli, Nicholas pp. 61-71

[The prairie-forest ecotone of the western interior highlands: an introduction to the tallgrass prairies], Eyster-Smith, Nancy M. pp. [72]-80

The Wah-sha-she Prairie near Asbury, Jasper County, Missouri, Kelting, Ralph W. pp. 80-83

Bryophytes of an open tallgrass prairie in southwestern Missouri, Timme, S. Lee pp. 84-86

The eastern prairie-forest transition--an overview, Anderson, Roger C. pp. 86-92

Preliminary observations on the distribution and ecology of tallgrass prairie in southern Ontario, Langendoen, Don; Maycock, Paul F. pp. 92-97

Absence of certain aquatic vascular plants from the Prairie Peninsula, Stuckey, Ronald L. pp. 97-104

Composition of prairie stands in southern Michigan and adjoining areas, Thompson, Paul W. pp. 105-111

The Chicago Ridge Prairie--a floral summary, Mulé, Louis P. pp. 112-117

[A backyard prairie], Aurand, George D. pp. [118]-120

A prairie salvage in August, Drake, Lon D. pp. 121-124

Restoration of grassland in a degraded woods using the management techniques of cutting and burning, Holtz, Signe L.; Howell, Evelyn A. pp. 124-129

A prairie garden, Küchler, A. W. pp. 129-130

Michigan cemetary prairies and their flora, Pleznac, Christine pp. 130-132

Management and native species enrichment as an alternative to prairie reconstruction, Pleznac, Robert J. pp. 132-133

The effects of mowing and burning on a restored prairie at Pea Ridge National Military Park, Benton County, Arkansas, Dale, Edward E., Jr. pp. 134-138

Involving students in prairie preservation, Vogl, Sonia pp. 138-140

Analysis of the University of Wisconsin-Madison prairie restoration project, Sperry, Theodore M. pp. 140-147

Introduction of selected prairie forbs into an established tallgrass prairie restoration, Warkins, Thomas E.; Howell, Evelyn A. pp. 147-151

[Prairie interpretation at the Morton Arboretum], Armstrong, Patricia Kay pp. [152]-155

The commercial production of prairie plants, Cackler, Steven D.; Skirvin, Robert M.; Robertson, Kenneth R. pp. 156-158

Transportation and native vegetation: old associates rejoin to solve modern problems, Gouveia, Charles H. pp. 158-160

Evaluating the success of prairie restorations, Harper, Bonnie L. pp. 160-162

Use of oak wilt to control oak invasion of prairie, Kline, Virginia M. pp. 162-164

Prairie State Park: enhancing visitor experience through interpretation, Larson, Lorence W. pp. 164-166

School prairies, Vogl, Sonia pp. 166-167

Abstracts of other papers presented at the eighth North American Prairie Conference, pp. 168-174

Author index, p. 174

Subject index, p. 175

Leslie A. Kenoyer, 1953

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