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Range plant communities and range health assessment guidelines for the dry mixedgrass natural subregion of Alberta
Rangeland Health Assessment for Grassland, Forest and Tame Pasture
Effect of grazing and abandoned cultivation on a Stipa-Bouteloua community.
To facilitate a rapid transition from blue gramb to needle-and-thread stable communities, input of energy, such as cultivation, may well be required.
Response of the mixed prairie to protection from grazing
The Mixed Prairie plant communities developed with the influences of fire and grazing. Available evidence suggests that removal of these disturbances could cause succession toward a more mesic type…
Impacts of rotational grazing on mixed prairie soils and vegetation
The relationships observed among forage production, soil chemistry, and species composition raise questions on the importance of any one variable expressing range condition on the mixed prairie.
Can cows and fish co-exist?
Our paper provides an ecological perspective on the interrelationship between livestock grazing and riparian areas through a review of topical literature. We also describe the Alberta Riparian…
Range plant communities and range health assessment guidelines for the foothills fescue natural subregion of Alberta
Resilience of foothills rough fescue, Festuca campestris, rangeland to wildfire
Silver Sagebrush Community Associations in Southeastern Alberta, Canada
Understanding the occupancy, density distribution, and height of silver sagebrush across the landscape will assist in understanding the resource selection patterns and management of sage-grouse in Alberta, Canada.