Vegetational Changes Following Two-way Cabling of Pinyon-juniper in South-central New Mexico
New Mexico State University, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1990 - Forest ecology - 38 pages
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10-year-old cablings 1954 Control Pinyon 31 years post-cabling Alligator juniper Blue grama cabled areas Cabled Cabled Species Cabled Species 1975 cabling treatments cablings and control canopy area canopy cover Cholla climax climax community control treat control treatments table cover was highest decreased different letters diversity indices ﬁgure ﬁrst followed by different following cabling grama greenthread letters are significantly Lymbery and Pieper mean height Mean tree Meeuwig Mexican pinyon oak density one-seed juniper canopy one-seed juniper trees parameters pinyon and juniper pinyon and one-seed pinyon canopy pinyon pine pinyon trees pinyon-juniper stands pinyon-juniper woodland plot Pre-Cable Rate of change Rippel Rocky Mountain juniper row followed secondary succession seed juniper seral communities showed no signiﬁcant shrub density signiﬁcantly different significantly different P505 signiﬁcantly higher single-leaf pinyon Skunkbush snakeweed aerial cover Springﬁeld 1976 Stanton Experimental Ranch study areas Tomatillo Total shrubs total tree density transects Treatment Cabled Cabled tree height Utah juniper