SELECTION OF ECOLOGICAL SITES BY PRONGHORN IN TRANS-PECOS REGION OF TEXAS

@article{French2019SELECTIONOE,
  title={SELECTION OF ECOLOGICAL SITES BY PRONGHORN IN TRANS-PECOS REGION OF TEXAS},
  author={J. French and R. O'Shaughnessy and L. Harveson and Bonnie J. Warnock and Taylor O. Garrison and Shawn S. Gray},
  journal={The Southwestern Naturalist},
  year={2019},
  volume={63},
  pages={101 - 96}
}
Abstract Rangeland managers use the ecological site concept to segment rangelands into discrete areas capable of supporting a particular suite of vegetation. Ecological site data are easily accessible and standardized in the Soil Survey Geographic Database published by the Natural Resources Conservation Service. While widely used in range management, wildlife managers have only recently explored the usefulness of ecological site data in delineating wildlife habitat. We undertook this study to… Expand

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