Exotic brome-grasses in arid and semiarid ecosystems of the western US: Available chapters on causes, consequences, and management implications

The book, Exotic brome-grasses in arid and semiarid ecosystems of the western US: causes, consequences, and management implications, is presented in several chapters.

Access is provided for the following chapters –

Chapter 1 – Introduction: exotic annual Bromus in the western USA
Chapter 2 – Exotic annual Bromus invasions: comparisons among species and ecoregions in the western US
Chapter 3 – Ecosystem impacts of exotic annual invaders in the genus Bromus
Chapter 7 – Community ecology of fungal pathogens on Bromus tectorum
Chapter 8 – Soil moisture and biogeochemical factors influence the distribution of annual Bromus species
Chapter 9 – Bromus response to climate and projected changes with climate change
Chapter 10 – Plant community resistance to invasion by Bromus species: the roles of community attributes, Bromus interactions with plant communities, and Bromus traits
Chapter 11 – Land uses, fire, and invasion: exotic annual Bromus and human dimensions
Chapter 12 – Assessing restoration and management needs for ecosystems invaded by exotic annual Bromus species