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    • Does Habitat Restoration Work? A Case Study From Utah's Escalante River 

      Wellnitz, Todd A.; Miller, Garrett; Kasza, Kevin; Edwards, Samantha; Frenn, Emma; Chadbourne, Mikayla; Cook, Sonja; Lind, Dana (2018-04)
      The Escalante River ecosystem, like many across the southwestern United States, is threatened by invasive Russian olives trees (Elaeagnus angustifolia).Russian olives are drought tolerant nitrogen-fixers that form dense ...
    • Trait Similarity in Sedges is Not Strongly Influenced By Habitat Conditions 

      Weiher, Evan R.; Wilke, Hayden; Schafer, Tabitha M.; Petersen, Molly; O'Keefe, Kerry; Nelsen, Karlee; Mares, Eryn; Ishihara, Charles; Graf, Kacie; Carlson, Elizabeth; Susen, McKayla (2018-04)
      Sedge plants are members of the Cyperaceae family. Cyperacae consist of grass-like species with unjointed triangular stems and solid pith. The stress dominance hypothesis predicts stressful conditions will cause trait ...