lhenegha at depaul dot edu
Invasive species are a persistant focus of restoration and management of natural areas. European buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) is an exotic shrub that has recently become the most prevalent woody species in the Chicago region. Previous research suggests that there are modified soil nutrients and organisms may drive plant invasion inhibit successful restoration of native plant communities....
The impact of soil amendments on soil nutrients, reinvasion, and native plant community: a restoration study
The response of European buckthorn, Rhamnus cathartica, to soil amendments in restoration
Above- and belowground interactions during prairie restoration after common buckthorn invasion
Determination of Inorganic Nitrogen in Native and Nonnative Plants by Mason Jar Diffusion