New Study Tracks Nonnative Plant Species in Timing of Grassland Green-Up

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 10:32 in Biology & Nature

The introduction of exotic, nonnative plant species to U.S. grasslands has led to changes in prairie phenology, or the timing of seasonal changes. A new study from an Iowa State University scientist details the magnitude of those changes.

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