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Daniel G. Milchunas and Mark W. Vandever Grazing effects on plant community succession of early- and mid-seral seeded grassland compared to shortgrass steppe Journal of Vegetation Science 25

Version of Record online: 31 JAN 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12049

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How livestock grazing affects trajectories of native plant communities has historically been a basic underpinning of rangeland ecology, but very few studies compare that with grazing of previously cropped early- and mid-seral fields. Grazing effects on particular functional groups and species were not the same across seral stages and grazing both speeded and slowed secondary succession.

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