Allyson M. Beall

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The Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) occupies the sage brush habitats of Western North America. Large population declines in the last several decades have made it a candidate for possible listing under the Endangered Species Act. Listing was recently avoided in part because seventy local working groups are developing long-range management(More)
Since the early work of Tansley (1935) and others we have embraced the concept that an ecosystem is a synergy of its parts and the relationship between those parts. Many science-centric approaches have been developed to address ecosystem management while at the same time taking into account the needs of the public. Participatory environmental modeling that(More)
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