Further Reading

Arroyo MTK, Zedier PH, and Fox MD (eds.) (1995) Ecology and

Biogeography of Mediterranean Ecosystems in Chile, California and Australia. New York: Springer.

Christensen NL and Muller CH (1975) Effects of fire on factors controlling plant growth in Adenostoma chaparral. Ecological Monographs 45: 29-55.

Halsey RW (2004) Fire, Chaparral, and Survival in Southern California. San Diego, CA: Sunbelt Publications.

Halsey RW (2005) In search of allelopathy: An eco-historical view of the investigation of chemical inhibition in California coastal sage scrub and chamise chaparral. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 131: 343-367.

Keeley JE (2000) Chaparral. In: Barbour MG and Billings WD (eds.) North American Terrestrial Vegetation, pp. 203-253. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Keeley JE and Fotheringham CJ (2003) Impact of past, present, and future fire regimes on North American mediterranean shrublands. In: Veblen TT, Baker WL, Montenegro G, and Swetnam TW (eds.) Fire and Climatic Change in Temperate Ecosystems of the Western Americas, pp. 218-262. New York: Springer.

Mooney HA (ed.) (1977) Convergent Evolution of Chile and California Mediterranean Climate Ecosystems. Stroudsburg, PE: Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross.

Odion DC and Davis FW (2000) Fire, soil heating, and the formation of vegetation patterns in chaparral. Ecological Monographs 70: 149-169.

Rundel PW, Montenegro G, and Jaksic FM (eds.) (1998) Landscape Disturbance and Biodiversity in Mediterranean-Type Ecosystems. New York: Springer.

Wells PV (1969) The relation between mode of reproduction and extent of speciation in woody genera of the California chaparral. Evolution 23: 264-267.

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