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Winter in the oak savanna at NSF's Cedar Creek Long-Term Ecological Research site.

Winter in the oak savanna at NSF's Cedar Creek Long-Term Ecological Research site.

Credit: NSF Cedar Creek LTER Site


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Oak savanna--interspersed oaks and grasses--in summer at the Cedar Creek site.

Oak savanna--interspersed oaks and grasses--in summer at the Cedar Creek site.

Credit: NSF Cedar Creek LTER Site


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Experimental plots where prairie meets forest at Cedar Creek.

Experimental plots where prairie meets forest at Cedar Creek.

Credit: Elizabeth Borer


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Bur oaks are mainstays of oak savanna ecosystems in the northcentral U.S.

Bur oaks are mainstays of oak savanna ecosystems in the northcentral U.S.

Credit: NSF Cedar Creek LTER Site


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For oak savanna to flourish, growth of the shrub American hazel must be kept in check.

For oak savanna to flourish, growth of the shrub American hazel must be kept in check.

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Indian Grass and other prairie plants bend in Minnesota breezes.

Indian Grass and other prairie plants bend in Minnesota breezes.

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