| Longleaf pine ecosystem restored through frequent application of prescribed fire to maintain native plants and discourage biotic invaders.
||Snapshot : Current restoration programs include both conservation and economic goals. To achieve both, restoration must curb biotic invasions, even under ongoing climate change, and mitigate contined human disturbance. Management actions need to include realistic goal-setting and more inclusive communication with broad, diverse audiences.
|Principal Investigators(s) :|
|Guo, Qinfeng|| |
|Research Location : Ocala National Forest, Silver Springs, FL; Fort Benning Military Base, Columbus, GA; Goethe State Forest, Dunnellon, FL; Blackwater River State Forest, Munson, FL; Escambia Experimental Forest, TRM Woodlands Company, Brewton, AL; Solon Dixon Forestry Center, Auburn University, Auburn, AL; Palustris Experimental Forest, Pineville, LA; Kisatchie National Forest, Pineville, LA; Luquillo Experimental Forest and LTER Site, San Juan, PR; Cedar Creek LTER Site, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN; Konza Prairie LTER Site, University of Kansas, Manhattan, KS; Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Vancouver, WA; Kiowa National Grassland, Clayton, NM; Cibola National Forest, Mountainair, NM; In addition, this broad spectrum review incorporates research findings from a wide range of study sites in the U.S., Chile, China, Ireland, Europe, Mongolia, and Tibet.?
|Research Station : Southern Research Station (SRS) |
|Year : 2019|
|Highlight ID : 1560|