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Prairie Dogs: An Ecological Review and Current Biopolitics
Abstract In recent years, people have interpreted scientific information about the black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) in various, and sometimes conflicting, ways. Political complexityExpand
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Monitoring standing herbage on granitic soils in the Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming, USA
Monitoring annual herbage use in rangelands is desirable for scientific management but problematic due to the difficulty and expense of making direct measurements of sufficient precision. We used aExpand
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ECOLOGICAL MODEL FOR SERAL STAGE CLASSIFICATION AND MONITORING FOR SANDS-CHOPPY SANDS ECOLOGICAL TYPE IN NEBRASKA AND SOUTH DAKOTA
A multivariate statistical model related to plant succession was developed to classify seral stages and to monitor succession for sands-choppy sands ecological type in the Sand Hills region ofExpand
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Model for Classifying and Monitoring Seral Stages within an Idaho Fescue Type: Bighorn National Forest, WY
An ecological vegetation model was developed in sedimentary soils on the Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming to classify seral stages within an Idaho Fescue (Festuca idahoensis) type. Two key plantExpand
MODEL FOR CLASSIFYInG AnD MOnITORInG HACKBERRY (CELTIS OCCIDENTALIS L.)-SHRUB ECOLOGICAL TYPE In SAnD HILLS PRAIRIE ECOSYSTEM
A classification and monitoring system for the hackberry-shrub ecological type was developed based on plant succession in the Sand Hills ecosystem in northern Nebraska and southern South Dakota.Expand
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Ecological Model for Seral Stage Classification and Monitoring with Key Plants on Sandy Ecological Sites in Nebraska and South Dakota
The objectives were to develop a multivariate model (state and transition) to define and classify seral stages with capabilities that enable us to monitor vegetation changes with three key plantExpand
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TREE SAPLING AND SHRUB HEIGHTS AFTER 25 YEARS OF LIVESTOCK GRAZING IN GREEN ASH DRAWS IN WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA
Stem heights of green ash and American elm saplings and five shrub species were measured over 25 years with two treatments, 1) livestock present and 2) livestock excluded from woodland draws inExpand
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ECOLOGICAL MODEL FOR CLASSIFYInG AnD MOnITORInG BOXELDER In nORTHWESTERn nEBRASKA
The objectives of this study were to develop a multivariate statistical model related to plant succession for boxelder ecological type (Acer negundo-Celtis occidentalis-Symphoricarpos occidentalis)Expand
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ECOLOGICAL MODEL FOR CLASSIFYInG AnD MOnITORInG
The objectives of this study were to develop a multivariate statistical model related to plant succession for boxelder ecological type (Acer negundo-Celtis occidentalis-Symphoricarpos occidentalis)Expand
Micro-Habitat Characteristics of Mountain Plover Nest Sites
This study was conducted on shortgrass prairie in northeast Colorado to determine micro-habitat characteristics of nest sites for mountain plover (Charadrius montanus Townsend). Vegetation and soilExpand