Measuring plant diversity in the tall threetip sagebrush steppe: influence of previous grazing management practices.

@article{Seefeldt2003MeasuringPD,
  title={Measuring plant diversity in the tall threetip sagebrush steppe: influence of previous grazing management practices.},
  author={Steven S. Seefeldt and Scott McCoy},
  journal={Environmental management},
  year={2003},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={234-45}
}
In July 2000, a 490-ha wildfire burned a portion of a long-term grazing study that had been established in 1924 at the US Sheep Experiment Station north of Dubois, Idaho, USA. Earlier vegetation measurements in this tall threetip sagebrush (Artemisia tripartita spp. tripartita) bunchgrass plant community documented significant changes in vegetation due to grazing and the timing of grazing by sheep. A study was initiated in May 2001 using 12 multiscale modified Whittaker plots to determine the… CONTINUE READING

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