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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: Invasive Species Assessment and Control to Enhance Sustainability of Great Basin Rangelands

Location: Great Basin Rangelands Research

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Time sequence photography of Roosters Comb - (Popular Publication)
Blank, R.R., Morgan, T.A., Clements, C.D. 2014. Time sequence photography of Roosters Comb. The Progressive Rancher. 14(4):35-37.
Cheatgrass invasion and woody species encroachment in the Great Basin: benefits of conservation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Weltz, M.A., Spaeth, K., Taylor, M.H., Rollins, K., Pierson, F., Jolley, L., Nearing, M., Goodrich, D., Hernandez, M., Nouwakpo, S.K., Rossi, C. 2014. Cheatgrass invasion and woody species encroachment in the Great Basin: Benefits of conservation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69(2):39A-44A.
Rehabilitation of Cheatgrass-Infested Rangelands: Management - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Clements, C.D., Young, J.A., Harmon, D.N., Blank, R.R. 2014. Rehabilitation of Cheatgrass-infested rangelands: management. The Progressive Rancher. 14(1):28-29.
The importance of persistent monitoring of great basin rangeland rehabilitation efforts - (Abstract Only)
(11-Nov-13)
Rehabilitation of cheatgrass-infested rangelands: applications and practices - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Clements, C.D., Young, J.A., Harmon, D.N., Blank, R.R. 2013. Rehabilitation of cheatgrass-infested rangelands: applications and practices. The Progressive Rancher. 13(5):30-32.
Effects of thinning, residue mastication, and prescribed fire on soil and nutrient budgets in a Sierra Nevada mixed-conifer forest - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
(21-Mar-13)
Rehabilitation of degraded rangelands: lessons learned - (Abstract Only)
(20-Nov-12)
Last Modified: 4/19/2014
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