Meghan J. Skaer, Dawn J. Graydon and J. Hall Cushman Community-level consequences of cattle grazing for an invaded grassland: variable responses of native and exotic vegetation Journal of Vegetation Science 24
We summarize results from a 3-year experiment that evaluated the impact of cattle grazing on the species richness and cover of native and exotic plants from different life-history and life-form groups in a coastal grassland in central California. Grazing strongly altered the composition of this highly invaded community, with responses depending on geographic origin and ecological characteristics of plant groups.
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