Comparison of ecosystems on Montana’s altitudinal short-grass to alpine gradient
The environment changes with altitude (and latitude) and with the changes come changes in processes and organisms. Segments of the gradient can thus be recognized as habitat types (HTs), often identified by climax vegetation types. Recognition/application of HTs provides a basis for coordinating information on them and applying it to theory and management, for example of species (exotic to sensitive), production, reclamation, etc. Dr. Weaver will show some changes that he and his students recorded on Montana’s altitudinal gradient.
Weaver, Tad Dr, "Comparison of ecosystems on Montana’s altitudinal short-grass to alpine gradient" (2020). Guest Lectures. 102.