2006), (2) seed predators preferring some seed species over others (Myster and Pickett, 1993; Myster, 1997; Myster, 2003), (3) predators responding to differences in seed density (Myster and Pickett, 1993), (4) season of the year affecting seed predation (Lindroth and Batzli, 1984) and (5) because much of the research has focused on tall-grass
prairie (Collins and Adams, 1983; Knapp et al.
for the Motion Picture Arts, which sponsors the Tall-grass
In seven states once covered with grasslands, less than 1 percent of tall-grass
And it creates the first protected tall-grass
prairie in Kansas, and establishes a historic trail commemorating the 1965 voting rights march in Selma, Ala.
Located five miles from downtown Oklahoma City, the base was born on a tall-grass
prairie during World War II.
Partly as a result of these classic restoration efforts, it is now clear that tall-grass
prairies depend upon fire, and that the many plants and animals which make it up are adapted to fire in many ways.
Just as unchecked algal growth can choke out native aquatic species, so overfertilized weeds began choking out native tall-grass
Beyond that, the bill preserves nearly 11,000 acres of the tall-grass
prairie in Kansas and sets up a 250-mile national heritage corridor along the Savannah and Ashley River valleys in South Carolina.
The Custer will use an ecosystem approach for management and restoration of the tall-grass
prairie ecosystem on the Sheyenne National Grassland," says Forest Range Conservationist Jeff DiBenedetto.
Katherine Ordway gave the money and directions for preservation of some less spectacular but most interesting lands -the tall-grass
The fires burn primarily in tall-grass
savannas, in tropical rain forests and on farms around the world.