Data from: Loss of biotic resistance and high propagule pressure promote invasive grass-fire cycles

Sam B. St. Clair & Tara B.B. Bishop
1. The spread of invasive grasses across Earth are modifying fire cycles resulting in state changes in arid ecosystems. Disturbance, biotic resistance of native biological communities and propagule pressure, are likely important factors influencing the spread of invasive grasses and their influence on changing fire regimes. 2. Over a five-year period (2011-2016), we tested how the potential loss of biotic resistance of native plant and native rodent communities related to fire and rodent exclusion treatments,...
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