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Title: Vegetation species diversity inside and outside exclosures in sagebrush, salt desert shrub, and aspen communities

Author: Laycock, W. A.; Bartos, Dale

Date: 1999

Source: In: Abstracts: Volume 52, Society for Range Management; Volume 8, American Forage and Grassland Council; Building on Our Heritage; Omaha, Nebraska; February 21-26, 1999. Society for Range Management. p. 43.

Publication Series: Abstract

Description: Vegetation was sampled inside and outside eight exclosures in salt desert shrub and sagebrush vegetation types in Southwestern Wyoming and eight exclosures in aspen vegetation in southern Utah. Only species richness has been examined thus far. Five of the eight Wyoming exclosures had an average of 11% more plant species present outside the exclosure than inside.

Keywords: sagebrush, salt desert shrub, aspen, exclosures

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Laycock, W. A.; Bartos, Dale. 1999. Vegetation species diversity inside and outside exclosures in sagebrush, salt desert shrub, and aspen communities. In: Abstracts: Volume 52, Society for Range Management; Volume 8, American Forage and Grassland Council; Building on Our Heritage; Omaha, Nebraska; February 21-26, 1999. Society for Range Management. p. 43.

 


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