Revegetation of Alaskan Disturbed Sites by Native Tundra Species.
Final rept. 15 Aug 82-15 May 86,
ALASKA UNIV FAIRBANKS INST OF ARCTIC BIOLOGY AND MUSEUM
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Native species can be successfully used to revegetate tundra disturbances, but procedures differ among sites and must be consistent with the natural patterns of disturbance and colonization in these ecosystems. Tussock tundra is effectively recolonized by buried seed contained in the surface organic mat and requires no additional treatment. Gravelly sites must be sown or planted and modified to provide an appropriate moisture and nutrient regime. Management of disturbed tundra systems is discussed.
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