Browse Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences by Subject "Phalaris arundinacea"
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Anthropogenic environmental change and habitat occupancy by riparian muskrats in a Midwestern landscape (2010-01-06)Increased urban land cover and more intensive agriculture in the Midwest have changed the landscape for wildlife species. Distributions of semi-aquatic mammals such as muskrats (Ondatra zibethicus) may respond to environmental ...
Taxonomic homogenization of plant communities in Illinois wetlands and the role of wetland compensation (2016-12-02)Biotic homogenization, a process by which β-diversity erodes, represents a severe threat to biodiversity. Wetlands are especially susceptible to biotic homogenization; however, this process has rarely been documented and ...