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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: IMPROVED PLANT GENETIC RESOURCES FOR PASTURES AND RANGELANDS IN THE TEMPERATE SEMIARID REGIONS OF THE WESTERN U.S. Title: Field trip overview: habitat loss and plant invasions in northern Utah's Basin and Range

Authors
item Williams, Justin
item Connors, Kevin
item Monaco, Thomas

Submitted to: Wildland Shrub Symposium Proceedings
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: January 1, 2012
Publication Date: January 1, 2012
Citation: Williams, J.R., Connors, K.J., Monaco, T.A. 2012. Field trip overview: habitat loss and plant invasions in northern Utah's Basin and Range. Wildland Shrub Symposium Proceedings. NREI:17:30.

Technical Abstract: An all-day field trip was conducted on May 19, 2010, as part of the 16th Wildland Shrub Symposium program. The tour consisted of Tour A and Tour B, which visited Utah's west desert shrublands in Park Valley (Tour A), and Bear River Mountains montane shrublands and Hardware Ranch Wildlife Management Area (Tour B). Both tours convened in the early afternoon at Golden Spike National Historic Site at Promontory, Utah, to visit salt desert-sagebrush revegetation research before the last stop to visit broom snakeweed/sagebrush rangeland interaction research conducted on private lands adjacent to ATK along Faust road in Box Elder County.

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