[ Rivercane Activities ]
Rivercane activities throughout the Biome:
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Highlights of Current Research Activities
- Descriptions of Presettlement and Historical Canebrakes - Christopher Brantley, Steven Platt, and Thomas Rainwater
- Phylogeny and Taxonomy of the genus Arundinaria - Jimmy Triplett
- Propagation Methods and Growth Enhancement of Rivercane Ramets for Use in Field Restoration Projects - Brian Baldwin, Margaret Cirtain, John Ouellette, Scott Horton, and Scott Franklin
- The chemical and physical soil properties of Arundinaria gigantea in Western North Carolina - Adam Griffith and Kathy Matthews, Western Carolina University
- Clonal diversity of fruiting culms within stands of Arundinaria gigantea in western North Carolina assessed using AFLP fingerprints - Kathy Matthews, Western Carolina University
- Canebrakes: An Ecological and Historical Perspective - Steven Platt and Christopher Brantley, Castanea 1997, 62(1): 8-12.
- Canebrake Fauna: Wildlife Diversity in a Critically Endangered Ecosystem - Steven Platt, Christopher Brantley, and Thomas Rainwater, The Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 2001, 117(1):1-19.
- Canebrake Conservation in the Southeastern United States - Christopher Brantley and Steven Platt; Wildlife Society Bulletin 2001, 29(4): 1175-1181.
- Canebrakes: Bamboo Forests of the Southeast - Steven Platt, Christopher Brantley, and Thomas Rainwater, Wild Earth 2002, 12:38-45.
- Contemporary Size Maxima of Arundinaria gigantea (Walt.) Muhl. - Steven Platt, Christopher Brantley, and Thomas Rainwater, The Journal of the American Bamboo Society 2003, 19(1): 30-31.
- Observations of Flowering Cane (Arundinaria gigantea) in Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina - Steven Platt, Christopher Brantley, and Thomas Rainwater, Proceedings of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences 2004, 66:17-25.