Survival Patterns of Major Perennials in Salt Desert Shrub Communities of Southwestern Utah
Journal of Range Management
Chart quadrat records periodically taken at the Desert Experimental Range in southwestern Utah over 34 years were examined for evidence of establishment and survival of eight major perennial plant species. A set of seedlings that became established in 1935-37 were followed until 1968-70. Relatively few individuals have died since the second year after establishment. There were few significant differences between the survival of plants in the grazed versus ungrazed plots.
West, Neil E., "Survival Patterns of Major Perennials in Salt Desert Shrub Communities of Southwestern Utah" (1979). Wildland Resources Faculty Publications. Paper 1719.