Frankenia salina and Jaumea carnosa performance in a restored salt marsh

Karen Tanner, Kerstin Wasson & Ingrid Parker
The Stress Gradient Hypothesis (SGH) predicts facilitation will become more important than competition where abiotic stress is high, and the framework successfully predicts positive interactions between species in many systems. Fewer studies have focused on intraspecific facilitation, and to our knowledge none examine intraspecific interactions in Pacific Coast salt marshes of North America. We used two species that tend to occur in large, monospecific patches to test for intraspecific facilitation in a restored California marsh,...
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