The Response of Vegetation to Disturbance in Death Valley National Monument, California
The response of desert plant assemblages to disturbance was studied in Death Valley National Monument, California. Plant assemblages on debris flows, alluvial terraces, five abandoned townsites, and a pipeline corridor were measured to quantify recovery rates and to develop a model of change in desert vegetation.
Webb, R.H., J.W. Steiger, and E.B. Newman. 1988. The Response of Vegetation to Disturbance in Death Valley National Monument, California. U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1793. Washington D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey.
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