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Pinyon and Juniper invasion in black sagebrush communities in east-central Nevada.
As a means of studying inter— and intrazonal invasion in black sagebrush (Artemisia nova A. Nels) communities six maturity classes were established for pinyon (Pinus monophylla Torr. and Frem.) andExpand
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Plant Phenology in Galleta-Shadscale and Galleta-Sagebrush Associations
Plant phenology is described for plant species in galleta grass (Hilaria jamesii)-shadescale (Atriplex confertffola) and galleta grass-sagebrush (A rtemisia tridentata ssp. wyomingensis) associationsExpand
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Artemisia arbuscula, A. longiloba, and A. nova habitat types in northern Nevada
— Artemisia arbuscula, A. longiloba, and A. nova are dwarf sagebrush species that occur extensively throughout the shrub steppe of northern Nevada. These species are similar ecologically in that theyExpand
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Ecology of curlleaf mahogany in western and central Nevada: community and population structure.
Curiiuf mahogany is an important browse apedea for mule deer in the mount& bruab zone of the htermountdn Wut. Past resee& on increasing brom availability of curlleaf mahogany ha3 been inconcludve.Expand
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This study analyzed spatial location patterns Cercocarpus ledifolius Nutt. (cutleaf mountain mahogany) plants, classified as current-year seedling, established seedling, juvenile, and immatureExpand
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Evolutionary implications for grazing management systems.
Predation on goats also results in other, less tangible effects. Goats use many browse plants that are relatively unacceptable to cattle and sheep and can be used to control low-growing brush andExpand
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Changes in crested wheatgrass ranges under different grazing treatments.
Crested wheatgrass on three dissimilar sites in Nevada was grazed by cattle on seven schedules over the first 10 years of grazing. Quick utilization was achieved by heavy stocking. Trend in rangeExpand
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