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Vegetation associations in a rare community type - Coastal tallgrass prairie

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Vegetation associations in a rare community type - Coastal tallgrass prairie; 2000; Article; Journal; Plant Ecology; Grace, J. B.; Allain, L.; Allen, C.

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The coastal prairie ecoregion is located along the northwestern coastal plain of the Gulf of Mexico in North America. Because of agricultural and urban development, less than 1% of the original 3.4 million ha of this ecosystem type remains in native condition, making it one of the most endangered ecosystems in North America. The objective of this study was to characterize the vegetation and environmental relationships in a relatively pristine example of lowland coastal prairie in order to provide information for use in conservation and restoration. The study area was a small, isolated prairie located near the southern boundary of the coastal prairie region. Samples were taken along three parallel transects that spanned the prairie. [...]

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