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Litter to glitter: releasing the herbaceous groundlayer potential stored in oak forest floors -

Litter to glitter: releasing the herbaceous groundlayer potential stored in oak forest floors -

By Dr. Andrew Vander Yacht, Michigan State University Presented on December 8, 2020  In oak-dominated communities throughout eastern North America, fire exclusion and subsequent woody encroachment has replaced the “glitter” of once robust and diverse wildflower and grass layers with leaf-litter dominance.  Restoring the important herbaceous components of Eastern oak ecosystems could involve pairing heavy canopy disturbance with...

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