Soil and grazing influences on a salt-desert shrub range in western Colorado.

@inproceedings{Turner1971SoilAG,
  title={Soil and grazing influences on a salt-desert shrub range in western Colorado.},
  author={George T. Turner},
  year={1971}
}
Responses of vegetation and ground cover to winter grazing by livestock and to exclusion of livestock for 10 years were observed on soils derived from shale, sandstone, and a mixture of shale and sandstone. Although distinct soil-vegetation relationships were evident, changes attributable to grazing were relatively small. Vegetation and other cover on nongrazed range was practically the same at the end as at the beginning of the study. Overall reductions in galleta, shadscale, and snakeweed… CONTINUE READING

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