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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The Great Basin Rangelands Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BOARD OF REGENTS UNIV OF NEVADA RENO, RENO, NV, UNITED STATES
  • Reducing Bromus Tectorum Fuel Loads with Fall Grazing

  • Quantifying Salinity Mobilization and Transport Processes on Western Rangelands II

  • Effects of Post-Fire Grazing on Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystem Recovery


  • BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Do Post-Fire Fuel Treatments and Annual Grasses Interact to Affect Fire Regimes in the Great Basin?

  • Quantifying Relative Contributions of Salt Mobilization and Transport from Rangeland Ecological Sites in the Intermountain West

  • Quantifying Relative Contributions of Salt Mobilization and Transport from Rangeland Ecological Sites in the Intermountain West Part II

  • Monitoring Design for Plant and Soil Recovery after Fire and Rehabilitation Treatments


  • BUREAU OF RECLAMATION, SALT LAKE CITY, UT, UNITED STATES
  • Quantifying Relative Contributions of Salt Mobilization and Transport from Rangeland Ecological Sites in the Intermountain West Part II


  • NATIONAL PARK SERVICE, WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES
  • Great Basin Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit Nfca


  • NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION, RENO, NV, UNITED STATES
  • Quantifying Soil Erosion and Runoff from Western Rangelands

  • Risk Mapping Salt Mobilization and Transport Areas in Utah


  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO, MOSCOW, ID, UNITED STATES
  • Do Post-Fire Fuel Treatments and Annual Grasses Interact to Affect Fire Regimes in the Great Basin?


  • U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY (USGS), CORVALLIS, OR, UNITED STATES
  • Perennial Grass Response to Post-Fire Grazing Management in the Great Basin


  • UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO, NV, USA
  • Porter Canyon Experimental Watershed: Quantifying the Effects of Piñon and Juniper Control on Ecosystem Processes


  • US-DOI-FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, RENO, NV, UNITED STATES
  • Desatoya Mountains Project and the Porter Canyon Experimental Watershed


  • USDA, FOREST SERVICE, FORT COLLINS, CO, UNITED STATES
  • Climate Change Effects on Native Plant Establishment and Annual Grass Invasion: Implications for Restoration


  • Last Modified: 8/27/2016
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