Grazing and community structure as determinants of invasion success by Scotch broom in a New Zealand montane shrubland

An experiment in a New Zealand montane shrubland with tussock grasses that has been invaded by Scotch broom to determine features that rendered it susceptible to invasion.
Bellingham, P.J.; Coomes, D.A.
2003

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