Dr Karen Holl summarizes the results of the recent paper in the Applied Vegetation Science (https://doi.org/10.1111/avsc.12394) showing that measuring grass cover and canopy cover just a year after pasture abandonment can help to predict the rate of tropical forest recovery. Continue reading the post at the Natural History of Ecological Restoration blog.
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