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- Blank, Robert R., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Soil science 2013 v.178 no.6 pp. 281-290
- Artemisia; Bromus tectorum; Krascheninnikovia lanata; amidase; ammonium; bioturbation; calcium; copper; enzyme activity; iron; magnesium; mineralization; mixing; monitoring; nitrate nitrogen; nitrite nitrogen; nitrogen; nitrogen dioxide; nutrient availability; potassium; rodents; soil formation; soil pH; Intermountain West region
- ... Bromus tectorum (cheatgrass) has replaced native Artemisia (sagebrush)/bunchgrass communities throughout the Intermountain West. Using the framework of Jenny (1941), we hypothesized that invasion by B. tectorum could alter pedogenic trajectories. Hypothesis testing involved monitoring the invasion of a Krascheninnikovia lanata (winterfat) community by B. tectorum. In 1999, 13 points were establish ...