Disturbance, Functional Diversity and Ecosystem Processes: Does Species Identity Matter?

Doctoral thesis OPEN
Emrick III, Verl Roy;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Virginia Tech
  • Subject: Plant Functional Groups | Diversity | Fort Pickett | Disturbance | Ecosystem Processes | Soil CO2 Flux | Chlorophyll Fluorescence

The role of disturbance is widely recognized as a fundamental driver of ecological organization from individual species to entire landscapes. Anthropogenic disturbances from military training provide a unique opportunity to examine effects of disturbance on vegetation d... View more
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