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Which of the following is NOT a frequent negative consequence of overgrazing in a rangeland area?
Increased soil compaction delaying recovery of grasses and decreasing water-holding capacity.
Invasion of non-native species where native plants are preferred by livestock.
Increased soil erosion potential due to exposure to wind and rain.
Fire suppression practices promote tree and shrub growth, decreasing grass biomass.
Excess plant growth in riparian areas causing an increase in populations of native herbivores.