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Gradients in groundlayer composition, structure and diversity in remnant and experimentally restored oak savannas

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Leach, Mark K.
Gradients in groundlayer composition, structure and diversity in remnant and experimentally restored oak savannas
Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996
iv, 167 leaves : illustrations ; 29 cm

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Contents

[Title Page], pp. [unnumbered]-i

Acknowledgements, p. ii

Abstract, p. iii

Table of contents, p. iv

Chapter 1. Soil and light gradients affect composition, structure, and diversity in remnant oak savannas in southern Wisconsin, pp. 1-62

Chapter 2. Experimental re-assembly of community composition, diversity, and structure along soil and light gradients in Wisconsin's oak savanna, pp. 63-111

Chapter 3. Community dynamics in an experimental restoration of oak savanna groundlayers, pp. 112-167


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