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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Chris Jauhola, Mark Hilliard, Cal McCluskey, and Sherm Karl for leadership and guidance in the establishment and oversight of our work. Rick Miller, Robin Tausch, and Steve Monsen shared expert knowledge and key insights about vegetation ecology of the sagebrush ecosystem. Sherm Karl, Mike Pellant, and Julie Moore provided valuable(More)
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. The main purpose of this report is to provide a vision for the use of geophysical instrumentation in watershed scale hydrological research. The aim of the report is to(More)
The expansion of piñon-juniper woodlands the past 100 years in the western United States has resulted in large scale efforts to kill trees and recover sagebrush steppe rangelands. It is important to evaluate vegetation recovery following woodland control to develop best management practices. In this study, we compared two fuel reduction treatments and a(More)
Enhanced processing procedures on passive multichannel analysis of surface-waves (MASW) data were utilized to identify velocity anomalies above known salt solution voids in Hutchinson, Kansas, likely caused by the changing stress field due to the migration and/or expansion of the void. Previous geophysical studies within the study area provided information(More)