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Effects of spring headfires and backfires on tallgrass prairie






Journal of Range Management 43(3): 209-212

Effects of spring headfires and backfires on tallgrass prairie

Responses of tallgrass prairie vegetation (dominated by Andropogon gerardii, Panicum virgatum, Sorghastrum nutans and Schizachyrium scoparium) to late spring headfires and backfires were compared on a moderately stocked (2.4 animal unit months/ha) shallow prairie range site 15 km SW of Stillwater, Oklahoma. Plots were oriented with the prevailing wind direction.

Accession: 001820189

DOI: 10.2307/3898674

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