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Abstract We studied the forest structure and dynamics of the 26 ha College Woods Natural Area (CWNA), Durham, NH. The CWNA is dominated by Tsuga canadensis , but includes a remnant cohort of ca. 300 y old Pinus strobus and abundant mid-tolerant hardwoods. Our primary objectives were to: estimate...
Abstract Kalmia latifolia has declined in southern New England and other parts of its range in recent decades. This long-term decline is generally attributed to abiotic forces (i.e., low light levels in maturing forests) with little attention to the possible role that top-down effects from...
Abstract Herein, we provide a detailed map and a list of specimens we have examined of Eleocharis mamillata in North America. No chromosome counts have been published for North America under the name E. mamillata . However, the n = 16 chromosome number reported under E. macrostachya from the...
Abstract Coastal plain ponds support many plant species that have been designated as threatened due to human alteration of the hydrology and nutrient availability. Understanding how these species respond to environmental gradients at multiple spatial scales can support conservation efforts. I...
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