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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Projects Subjects of Investigation at this Location
Each ARS research project has related subjects of investigation. Listed below are the subjects of investigation currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a subject of investigation will list the research projects within that subject of investigation.

Subjects of Investigation
Desert and semidesert shrub land and shinnery
Pinyon-juniper
Rangelands and grasslands, general
Watersheds
Weeds
Research Projects within Weeds
item Desatoya Mountains Project and the Porter Canyon Experimental Watershed
item Developing Ecological Site Description State and Transitions Models for Great Basin Rangeland Plant Communities
item Discovery and Evaluation of Biological Control Agents of Medusahead Rye and Other Important Weeds of Western U.S. Rangelands
item Ecological Interactions in Integrated and Biologically-Based Management of Invasive Plant Species in Western Rangelands
item Evaluation of the Effecte of Rangeland Conditions on the Sources and Transport of Dissolved Solids Within the Upper Colorado River Basin
item Great Basin Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit NFCA
item Great Basin Ecological Site Development
item Integrated Invasive Species Control, Revegetation, and Assessment of Great Basin Rangelands
item Invasive Species Assessment and Control to Enhance Sustainability of Great Basin Rangelands
item Investigations of seed and seeding ecology and competitive ability of native annual forbs of the western Great Basin
item Porter Canyon Experimental Watershed: Quantifying the Effects of Piñon and Juniper Control on Ecosystem Processes
item Quantifying and Predicting Impacts and Benefits of Conservation on Grazing Lands
item Quantifying Environmental Benefits Derived from Implementing Rangeland Conservation Practices to Improve Water Quality
item Quantifying Environmental Benefits Derived from Implementing Rangeland Conservation Practices within the Great Basin
item Quantifying Plant Growth Response and Environmental Benefits Derived From Implementing Grazing Land conservation practices
item Quantifying Relative Contributions of Salt Mobilization and Transport from Rangeland Ecological Sites within the Upper Colorado River Basin
item Quantifying Salinity Mobilization and Transport Processes on Western Rangelands
item Quantifying Soil Erosion and Runoff from Western Rangelands
item REGARDING THE NEED FOR INCREASED EFFORTS IN MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION OF SAGEBRUSH COMMUNITIES IN THE GREAT BASIN
Last Modified: 8/19/2014
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