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Methods for tracking sagebrush‐steppe community trajectories and quantifying resilience in relation to disturbance and restoration

Wainwright C.E., Davies G.M., Dettweiler-Robinson E., Dunwiddie P.W., Wilderman D., Bakker J.D..  2019.  Methods for tracking sagebrush‐steppe community trajectories and quantifying resilience in relation to disturbance and restoration. Restoration Ecology.

Jill Fredericksen-Adams Endowed Lecture: Eco-climatic legacies of a century of Eastern US reforestation

The Eastern United States has experienced a remarkable history of disturbance and recovery over the past two centuries. Before European settlement, forests occupied most of the land area. From the mid-19th to early 20th century , harvesting for timber and to clear agricultural land reduced forest cover by more than 90% in many places. Throughout most of the rest of the 20th century, forest cover subsequently increased following the abandonment of marginal agricultural fields and active New Deal reforestation efforts.

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