Pine Savannas And Woodlands of the Southeastern U.S.

Jul 23, 2018 (Last modified Oct 19, 2018)
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Geographic ranges of pine savanna and woodland types in the southeastern U.S. Divisions are based on composition and abundance of overstory trees and ground-layer grasses. Overstory tree species include longleaf pine and slash pine.

Data for Figure 4 in:Peet, R.K., Platt, W.J., Costanza, J.K. 2018. The ecology and management of fire-maintained savanna ecosystems of the Southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain. Chapter in: Ecology and Recovery of Eastern Old-Growth Forests. Editors: Keeton, W., Barton, A., Island Press.

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