2 edition of Postfire dynamics in Californian coastal sage scrub found in the catalog.
Postfire dynamics in Californian coastal sage scrub
Marlyce Ann Myers
Written in English
|Statement||by Marlyce Ann Myers.|
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|Pagination||xiv, 147 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||147|
Plants of the Coastal Sage Scrub and Chaparral on the CSUSB campus Note: Recent taxonomic revisions have changed many scientific names and classifications. For the species below, old names that are common in the literature are given in parentheses. Click on image for larger photo and more information. We used paired burned and mature sites in chamise chaparral, mixed chaparral and coastal sage scrub (California), and rosemary scrub, sand pine scrub and sand-hill (Florida), to test whether (i) patterns of pre-fire and post-fire seedling recruitment are more similar between communities within a region than between regions, and (ii) post-fire. 1. Introduction. Mediterranean-type semi-arid shrublands, including chaparral and coastal sage, are distributed throughout cismontane California, northern Baja California Mexico, and south-central Arizona, inhabiting elevations that vary from sea level to over m, temperature regimes that range from 0–10°C in winter to 15–45°C in summer, and precipitation regimes that vary Cited by:
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Dominant shrub species of coastal sage scrub in coastal southern California are able to produce shoots from their base on a continual basis in the absence of fire or other major defoliation. As a result, each shrub becomes a population of mixed-aged branches (ramets) and extends its duration in the canopy beyond the age of any of its above-ground phytomass.
A Model of Post-fire Succession in Californian Coastal Sage-scrub. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Geography, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA: xiv + pp., by: 8.
Abstract. Dominant shrub species of coastal sage scrub in coastal southern Cali- fornia are able to produce shoots from their base on a continual basis in the absence of fire or other major defoliation. As a result, each shrub becomes a population of mixed-aged branches (ramets) and extends its duration in the canopy beyond the age of any Cited by: Postfire regeneration of the shrub and herb vegetation on eight coastal slopes of California coastal sage scrub was studied in the first two growing seasons after fire.
Postfire Succession in Californian Coastal Sage Scrub: The Role of Continual Basal Sprouting Article (PDF Available) in American Midland Naturalist (2) April with 62 Reads. Dominant shrub species of coastal sage scrub in coastal southern Cali- fornia are able to produce shoots from their base on a continual basis in the absence of fire or other major defoliation.
As a result, each shrub Postfire dynamics in Californian coastal sage scrub book a population of mixed-aged branches (ramets) and extends its duration in the canopy beyond the age of any of its above. Malanson, G., O’Leary, J. Effects of fire and habitat on post-fire regeneration in Mediterranean-type ecosystems: Ceanothus spinosus chaparral and Californian coastal sage scrub.
Acta OecologialOecologia Plantarum 20 (new series volume 6): – Google ScholarCited by: Regeneration methods for coastal sage srub vegetation after fire were studied in the coastal Santa Monica Mountains of southern California. Six sites were sampled two years after a large fire of fall, The intensity of fire varied.
Foliar cover and flowering incidence were recorded for individuals regenerating by resprouting or from by: Following massive wildfires in southern California, USA, we sampled chaparral and sage scrub vegetation in nested ha plots from 90 sites for five postfire years.
Prefire density of woody skeletons and cover and density of all postfire species were recorded. the dynamics of postfire responses and early successional change in fire-prone ecosystems.
Following massive wildfires in southern California, USA, we sampled chaparral and sage scrub vegetation in nested ha plots from 90 sites for five postfire years.
Prefire density of woody skeletons and cover and density of all postfire species were. Postfire succession in Californian coastal sage scrub: the role of continual basal sproutingu The American Midland Naturalist McCarthy, B.C., and J.
Facelli. Microdisturbances in old fields and forests: implications for woody seedling establishment. Coastal beach and dune habitats, coastal and interior sage scrub, chaparral, woodlands, grasslands, riparian woodlands, and wetlands all contribute unique plant assemblages to Southern California.
In addition to discussing each of these areas in depth, this book also emphasizes ecological factors such as drought, seasonal temperatures, and fire /5(9).
Californian coastal sage scrub has floristically distinct subassociations with sharp boundaries in the Santa Monica Mountains. This mesoscale biogeographic pattern has been variously attributed to the timing and pattern of fire and to differences in the moisture availability on sites.
An examination of the actual fire history of sites reveals that recent fire Cited by: essential to adaptive management of coastal sage scrub habitat.
of coastal sage scrub habitats to develop guidelines for such activities. following areas key to the management of coastal sage scrub: plants (weedy species, especially annual species of old world origin). Terrestrial Arthropods as Indicators of Ecological Restoration Success in Coastal Sage Scrub (California, U.S.A.) Travis Longcore The Urban Wildlands Group, P.O.
BoxLos Angeles, CAU.S.A., e‐mail [email protected] by: Response of Small Mammals to Fire in Coastal Sage Scrub. The Otay Fire of Octobersimultaneous with the Cedar Fire, bur acres in southern San Diego County, including coastal sage scrub within Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve, managed by the California Department of Fish and Game.
Arizona: Red brome is an invader of Arizona desert scrub [ 59 ]. It is also an invasive understory species of mature mesquite bosques (Prosopis spp.), which were historically open with a ground cover of saltbushes or annual and perennial native grasses and forbs [ 23 ].
Coastal sage scrub is distributed along the coast and semiarid inland regions of southern California (Riordan and Rundel, ). The coastal sage scrub community is dominated by drought-deciduous short shrubs averaging 1–2 m high that drop leaves during dry summer months as soil water availability decreases, and produce new leaves at the Cited by: Postfire brittlebush densities for east and west exposures years after a June coastal sage scrub fire were 79 to percent of prefire densities on east, south, and west exposures.
On north-facing slopes, postfire brittlebush density was less than 4 percent of prefire density. dense coastal sage scrub (subshrubs forming contiguous stands), (2) mixed coastal sage scrub/exotic grassland (open stands of subshrubs with under- stow of exotic annuals), and (3) exotic grasslands (continuous exotic annuals Figure 1.
Coastal sage scrub in the Riverside-Perris Plain, with locations of California Vegetation Type Maps (VTM) Size: KB. Coastal Sage Scrub Habitat. Photo by Roland Roberge. Oak Canyon at Mission Trails Regional Park, two years after the Cedar Fire (April, ) When a fire burns through coastal sage scrub, the aboveground parts of the majority of the shrubs are consumed.
The Otay Fire of Octobersimultaneous with the Cedar Fire, bur acres in southern San Diego County, including coastal sage scrub within Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve, managed by the California Department of Fish and Game.
Coastal sage scrub in the Santa Monica Mountains regenerates following fire primarily through resprouting from root crowns. Dominant shrubs are variable in post-fire resprout and seedling regeneration and also in continual seedling establishment.
Such differential reproductive success in both the immediate post-fire environment and in the succeeding years should result in a. Post-fire diversity patterns in two subassociations of Californian coastal sage scrub O'Leary, John F.
Department of Geography, San Diego State University, San Diego, CAUSA; Tel. +1 ; Fax +1 Abstract. Coastal sage scrub exhibits floristically dissi-milar subassociations on opposing aspects in the Santa. Meyers, M. Postfire dynamics in Californian coastal sage scrub. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Botany and Plant Sciences, UC, Riverside.
pgs. Misenhelter, M. Choices and consequences of habitat occupancy and nest site selection in Sage Sparrows (Amphispiza belli). Masters Thesis, University of California Riverside. 39 pps. Precipitation and nitrogen manipulations alter post-fire recovery of coastal sage scrub Scot Parker ([email protected]) and Michael L Goulden Dept of Earth System Science University of alifornia, Irvine, Irvine, A Introduction California’s coastal sage scrub ecosystem has decreased by nearly 60% directly due to the expansion of urban areas.
Author(s): Gressard, Scott Charles | Abstract: Coastal sage scrub (CSS) is an important vegetation type in Southern California, which is under threat from multiple environmental changes such as nitrogen deposition, invasion by exotic species, and accelerating fire regimes. While previous studies have found that CSS can recover pre -fire cover through a Cited by: 1.
Northern coastal scrub on Point Reyes Peninsula, California. Madroño Gray, J. Community structure and productivity in Ceanothus chaparral and coastal sage scrub of southern California. Ecol. Monogr.
Gray, J. Competition for light and a dynamic boundary between chaparral and coastal sage scrub. Madroño. Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration. In Bowler, P.A. and E. Read (eds.). Proceedings of the Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration Symposium held at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society of Ecological Restoration.
Special Publication No. 1 of The Society for Ecological Restoration, California Chapter. Bowler, P.A. New directions in. Coastal sage scrub, also known as coastal scrub, CSS, or soft chaparral, is a low scrubland plant community of the California coastal sage and chaparral subecoregion, found in coastal California and northwestern coastal Baja is within the California chaparral and woodlands ecoregion, of the Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub biome.
Get this from a library. Mapping the historical dynamics of coastal sage scrub on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. [Michael H Ferris, Jr.] -- Abstract: California sage scrub (CSS) and adjacent vegetation communities have experienced significant declines due to numerous anthropogenic disturbances.
A number of areas have been set aside on. Location. California coastal sage and chaparral is part of the Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub covers ab square miles (36, km 2) of coastal terraces, plains, and foothills south to the Punta Baja in northern Baja California, including the southern slopes of the Santa Monica Mountains, Santa Ana Mountains, and Santa Rosa Mountains, the San Biome: Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub.
Wrentit populations are denser in undisturbed coastal scrub than in disturbed coastal scrub (PRBO). Need more understanding of the specific habitat characteristics that promote higher density populations (e.g., higher shrub species diversity or more cover, or both?) and whether these populations are also more productive.
Effects of habitat quality and wildfire on occupancy dynamics of Coastal California Gnatcatcher (Polioptila californica californica) Author(s): Winchell, Clark; Doherty, Paul Evaluation and Refinement of Vegetation monitoring methods for the San Diego Multiple Species Conservation Program.
Effects of fire and substrate on post-fire regenera- tion in Mediterranean-type ecosystems: Ceanothus spinosus chaparral and Californian coastal sage scrub. Oecol. Plant. (in press). Malanson, G.P. and Westman, W.E., Post-fire succession in Californian coastal sage scrub: the role of continual basal sprouting.
Midl. Nat. (in press).Cited by: Gravimetric soil moisture was measured from soil (4–8 samples/plot) obtained from the upper 10 cm soil layer using a bucket auger.
Percent gravimetric soil water was calculated as [(M f-M d)/ M d]* where M f was the fresh mass of soil and M d was the mass of soil after drying at ° plants ≥ 20 cm in height were counted and measured for height and width within a 2 m radius Cited by: Sparser vegetation in upland areas in coastal Baja California (Neuenschwander et al., ; Zedler and Cox, ) and high drought tolerance may allow Lycium to survive over a larger margin of the coastal sage scrub.
Farther north, Lycium may be outcompeted for light and/or water by the dense shrub cover. sity of California (Geography)Los Angeles, CA (Dissertation: "A model of post-fire succession in Californian coastal sage scrub" under W.E.
Westman) Awards and honors: Dean's List, Williams College. Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Department of Geography, University of Utah. Cambridge Core - Plant Sciences - Fire in Mediterranean Ecosystems - by Jon E. KeeleyCited by:sity of California (Geography)Los Angeles, CA (Dissertation: "A model of post-fire succession in Californian coastal sage scrub" under W.E.
Westman) Awards and honors: Lifetime Achievement Award, American Association of Geographers. Sagarmatha Career Award, AAG Mountain Geography Specialty Group. Research. Starr Ranch has operated as a preserve of southern California wildlands since Our acres encompass the unique mosaics of mediterranean climate habitats that were once, before the spread of urbanization, typical of southern Californian landscapes: coastal sage scrub, grasslands (native perennial bunchgrass and exotic annual), oak woodland, chaparral.
The California chaparral and woodlands ecoregion, of the Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub biome, has three sub-ecoregions with ecosystem—plant community subdivisions. California coastal sage and chaparral: In coastal Southern California and northwestern coastal Baja California, as well as all of the Channel Islands off California and Guadalupe Island .In Chapter 2, Ecological History, the authors discussed the evolution of the California grassland, oak-woodlands, chaparral and coastal sage scrub.
The purpose of this chapter is to give the reader a broad overview of annual rangeland vegetation and how it may change in response to common disturbances such as invasion, fire and grazing.