Evidence suggests golf course ecosystems can succeed
from Nature World News
New research out of the University of Missouri suggests a viable habitat at a golf course is possible under certain conditions, and enhanced management practices may, in fact, be beneficial to ecosystems within golf courses. The study, announced in a news release by the school, focused on stream salamanders found on 10 different golf courses in the southern Appalachian region of western North Carolina.
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