paulhartzog2014 at u dot northwestern dot edu
Eutrophication and invasive species are two of the strongest drivers of negative
ecosystem change in wetlands. In much of the Midwest, wetland degradation associated with eutrophication has promoted replacement of a native plant, Carex stricta Lam. (tussock sedge), a keystone species in sedge-meadow wetlands, with the invasive grass Phalaris arundinacea L. (reed canarygrass). Both...