Seeding effectiveness and natural regeneration of Mojave desert plant communities after 2005-2006 wildland fires
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
1) Assessment of BLM seeding effectiveness in mid-elevation burn where pre-burn plant communities were dominated by blackbrush, Joshua trees, and creosote.
2) Patterns driving fire recovery at the landscape scale:
- Link initial vegetation, environment, and soils
- Are there patterns that can be gleaned that can then be applied to management prescriptions?
Desert – Ecology; Endemic plants; Fire ecology; Invasive plants; Revegetation; United States – Mojave Desert; Wildfires
Desert Ecology | Environmental Indicators and Impact Assessment | Environmental Monitoring | Plant Breeding and Genetics | Plant Sciences | Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology | Weed Science
Engel, E. C.,
Abella, S. R.,
Lund, C. L.
Seeding effectiveness and natural regeneration of Mojave desert plant communities after 2005-2006 wildland fires.
Presentation at Seeding effectiveness and natural regeneration of Mojave desert plant communities after 2005-2006 wildland fires,
University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/pli_lake_mead_fire_presentations/2
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