Assessing the impacts of European earthworm invasions in beech-maple hardwood and aspen-fir boreal forests of the western Great Lakes region
Exotic earthworm abundance in west central Minnesota
Influence of Exotic Earthworms on the Soil Organic Horizon and the Rare Fern Botrychium mormo
Effects of leaf litter depth on the emergence and seedling growth of deciduous forest tree species in relation to seed size
Restoration & recovery potential (deer, slugs, earthworm removal)
Redistribution and Retention of Soil Carbon and Nitrogen in Northern Temperate Forests
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Exotic Earthworm Invasion: integrated research and education to achieve natural resource protection on the Minnesota North Shore of Lake Superior
Changes In Hardwood Forest Understory Plant Communities In Response To European Earthworm Invasions
Patterns of earthworm invasion and understory plant composition in lakeside northern hardwood forests.
Susceptibility of a Northern Hardwood Forest to Exotic Earthworm Invasion
Earthworms on Long Island