Use of Reciprocal Averaging Ordination for the Study of Range Condition Gradients in Grazed Ecosystems
AuthorHacker, R. B.
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CitationHacker, R. B. (1983). Use of reciprocal averaging ordination for the study of range condition gradients. Journal of Range Management, 36(1), 25-30.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractThe use of a multivariate ordination procedure, Reciprocal Averaging, to study species responses to grazing along range condition gradients was investigated using both artificial and field data. Results suggest that the technique should be a useful aid in the elucidation of such responses and in the study of plant-environment relationships generally in grazed ecosystems.