Spatially discrete disturbance processes enhance grassland floral resources

Cameron Duquette, Torre Hovick, Benjamin Geaumont, Jason Harmon, Ryan Limb & Kevin Sedivec
Grasslands provide essential floral resources for both managed and wild pollinators. However, grassland flowers in remaining native landscapes are threatened due to nonnative plant invasions and alterations to historic disturbance regimes such as fire and grazing. The potential for managed disturbance to promote grassland floral resources remains unclear. Fire and grazing historically occurred interactively, but uniform application of each may be a detriment to floral resources and the pollinators depending on them. Though fire can...
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