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This blog is written by the students of Plant Ecology, an upper division course at Western Oregon University.  The course focuses on the ecology of land-based plants, including the relationships between these plants and their living and non-living environment.  These relationships help determine patterns of diversity and abundance of species.  Our understanding of these ecological issues is critical for our ability to predict the impact of change (natural or man-made) to our ecosystems and the ecosystem services upon which we depend.

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