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Corey Moffet
Rangeland and Pasture Research
Rangeland Mgmt Speclst

Phone: (580) 256-7449
Fax: (580) 256-1322

2000 18TH ST
WOODWARD , OK 73801
Projects
Generic Weather and Climate Tools for Agricultural and Natural Resource Modeling Applications
Cooperative Agreement (A)
  Accession Number: 434074
Sustaining Southern Plains Landscapes through Improved Plant Genetics and Sound Forage-Livestock Production Systems
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 436498
Resilience and Vulnerability of Beef Cattle Production in the Southern Great Plains Under Changing Climate, Land Use and Markets
Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement (R)
  Accession Number: 433573

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Weather tools for retrospective assessment of restoration outcomes -
Moffet, C., Hardegree, S.P., Abatzoglou, J.T., Hegewisch, K.C., Reuter, R., Sheley, R.L., Brunson, M.W., Flerchinger, G.N., Boehm, A.R. 2018. Weather tools for retrospective assessment of restoration outcomes. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 72(2): 225-229. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2018.10.011.
Thoughts on the energetic efficiency of grazing cattle -
Methane emissions of beef cows grazing early, late, and dormant season tallgrass prairie -
Rangelands and a changing climate -
Response of grassland phenology to burning and grazing in different climatic conditions in southern Oklahoma -
Flynn, K., Zhou, Y., Moffet, C., Gowda, P.H., Wagle, P., Steiner, J.L. 2018. Response of grassland phenology to burning and grazing in different climatic conditions in southern Oklahoma [abstract]. American Geophysical Union. Available at: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018AGUFM.B33H2777F.
Supervised classification of RGB aerial imagery acquired by manned and unmanned aircrafts to evaluate a root rot disease -
Whole cottonseed supplementation improves performance and reduces methane emission intensity of grazing beef steers -
Beck, M., Thompson, L., White, J., Williams, G., Place, S., Moffet, C., Gunter, S.A., Reuter, R. 2018. Whole cottonseed supplementation improves performance and reduces methane emission intensity of grazing beef steers. Professional Animal Scientist. 34:339-345. https://doi.org/10.15232/pas.2018-01722.
Water: A renewable resource for life -
Moffet, C. 2018. Water: A renewable resource for life. Rangeland Issues. 6(1):2.
Hydrothermal germination models: assessment of the wet-thermal approximation of potential field response -
Hardegree, S.P., Roundy, B., Walters, C.T., Reeves, P.A., Richards, C.M., Moffet, C., Sheley, R.L., Flerchinger, G.N. 2018. Hydrothermal germination models: assessment of the wet-thermal approximation of potential field response. Crop Science. doi:10.2135/cropsci2017.11.0666.
Using carbon emissions, oxygen consumption, and energy retention estimates to calculate dietary energy partitioning and estimate ME intake by beef steers -
Gunter, S.A., Burrus, C., Moffet, C., Gregorini, P. 2018. Using carbon emissions, oxygen consumption, and energy retention estimates to calculate dietary energy partitioning and estimate ME intake by beef steers. Conference Proceedings of International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores. 9:405.
Effects of marker concentration errors on digesta kinetic parameters -
Dhakal, K., Moffet, C., Gunter, S.A. 2018. Effects of marker concentration errors on digesta kinetic parameters. Translation Animal Science. 2(Suppl. 1):S121-S124. doi:10.1093/tas/txy030.
Forage quality assessment for large diverse landscapes -
Using carbon emissions and oxygen consumption to estimate energetics parameters of cattle consuming forages -
Using carbon emissions, oxygen consumption, and retained energy to calculate dietary ME intake by beef steers -
Burrus, C., Gunter, S.A., Sanson, D., Moffet, C., Gregorini, P. 2018. Using carbon emissions, oxygen consumption, and retained energy to calculate dietary ME intake by beef steers [abstract]. Journal of Animal Scinece 96(E-Suppl. 2):76.
Economics of no-tilling cereal rye pasture for stocker cattle grazing in the southern great plains -
Grazing.okstate.edu – a vision for increasing usability of sensor data in grassland agriculture -
Recovery of small-scale infiltration and erosion after wildfires -
Larson-Nash, S., Robichaud, P., Pierson Jr, F.B., Moffet, C., Williams, C.J., Spaeth, K., Brown, R., Lewis, S. 2018. Measuring small-scale erosion after wildfires: comparison of field data collection methods to evaluate infiltration. Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics. 66:261-270.
Using weather data in land treatment decisions -
Hardegree, S.P., Boehm, A.R., Moffet, C., Abatzoglou, J., Sheley, R.L., Brunson, M. 2018. Using weather data in land treatment decisions [abstract]. Society of Range Management.
Weather-centric rangeland revegetation planning -
Hardegree, S.P., Abatzoglou, J., Brunson, M., Germino, M., Hegewisch, K., Moffet, C., Pilliod, D., Roundy, B., Boehm, A.R., Brabec, M., Meredith, G. 2017. Weather-centric rangeland revegetation planning. Rangeland Ecology and Management. doi: 10.1016/j.rama.2017.07.003.
Hydrothermal germination models: Improving experimental efficiency by limiting data collection to the relevant hydrothermal range -
Hardegree, S.P., Moffet, C., Walters, C.T., Sheley, R.L., Flerchinger, G.N. 2017. Hydrothermal germination models: Improving experimental efficiency by limiting data collection to the relevant hydrothermal range. Crop Science. 57(5):2753-2760. doi:10.2135/cropsci2017.02.0133.
Germination syndromes and native species conservation in highly disturbed rangeland ecosystems in the Intermountain western US -
Technical Note: Daily variation in intake of a salt-limited supplement by grazing steers -
Reuter, R.R., Moffet, C., Horn, G.W., Zimmerman, S., Billars, M. 2017. Technical Note: Daily variation in intake of a salt-limited supplement by grazing steers. Professional Animal Scientist. 33:372-377.
Effects of mass air flow rate through an open-circuit gas quantification system when measuring carbon emissions Reprint Icon -
Gunter, S.A., Bradford, J.A., Moffet, C. 2017. Effects of mass air flow rate through an open-circuit gas quantification system when measuring carbon emissions. Journal of Animal Science. 95:475-484. doi:10.2527/jas2016.0933.
Weather and climate tools for planning and assessment on rangelands -
Whole cottonseed supplementation improves performance and reduces carbon footprint of grazing cattle -
Milk production responses of beef cows in a drylot system -
Optimizing eastern gamagrass forage harvests using growing degree days Reprint Icon -
Springer, T.L., Gunter, S.A., Goldman, J.J., Moffet, C. 2016. Optimizing eastern gamagrass forage harvests using growing degree days. Agricultural Sciences. 7:710-715.
Forage nutritive value of plant samples collected by clipping or rumen evacuation -
Turner, K.E., Neel, J.P., Peterson, B., Todd, R.W., Moffet, C., Gowda, P., Steiner, J.L. 2016. Forage nutritive value of plant samples collected by clipping or rumen evacuation. Pp. 40-45. In: R.W. Todd and A. Campbell (Eds). Proceedings-Great Plains Grazing Field Research Symposium, 14 June 2016, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. Available: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5YS3Y9RTDyiQV9IUURWY2NNNW8/view?pref=2&pli=1.
Pasture-scale methane emissions of grazing cattle -
Todd, R.W., Moffet, C., Neel, J.P., Turner, K.E., Steiner, J.L., Cole, N.A. 2016. Pasture-scale methane emissions of grazing cattle. Proceedings of the Great Plains Grazing Field Research Symposium, June 14, 2016, Stillwater, OK. p.46.
Stocker cattle performance is greater when grazing patch-burned rather than unburned Cross Timbers rangeland -
Data-driven ranch management: A vision for sustainable ranching -
Stocker cattle performance is greater when grazing patch-burned rather than unburned cross-timbers rangeland -
Movements of domestic sheep in the presence of livestock guardian dogs -
Webber, B.L., Weber, K.T., Clark, P., Moffet, C., Ames, D.P., Taylor, J.B., Johnson, D.E., Kie, J.G. 2015. Movements of domestic sheep in the presence of livestock guardian dogs. Sheep and Goat Research Journal. 30:18-23.
Water quality effects of herded stream crossings by domestic sheep bands -
Clark, P., Moffet, C.A., Lewis, G.S., Seyfried, M.S., Hardegree, S.P., Pierson Jr, F.B. 2012. Water quality effects of herded stream crossings by domestic sheep bands. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41:1-11.
Characteristics of concentrated flow hydraulics for rangeland ecosystems: implications for hydrologic modeling -
Al-Hamdan, O.Z., Pierson Jr, F.B., Nearing, M.A., Stone, J.J., Williams, C.J., Moffet, C.A., Kormos, P.R., Boll, J., Weltz, M.A. 2012. Characteristics of concentrated flow hydraulics for rangeland ecosystems: Implications for hydrologic modeling. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 37(2):157-168.
Hydrological effects of sheep bedding on subalpine range. Reprint Icon -
Moffet, C.A., Leytem, A.B., Pierson Jr, F.B. 2010. Hydrological effects of sheep bedding on subalpine range. Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Society Range Management, February 7-11, 2010, Denver, Colorado. P A-68.
New concentrated flow hydraulics equations for physically-based rangeland hydrology and erosion models -
Al-Hamdan, O.Z., Pierson, F.B., Williams, C.J., Nearing, M.A., Stone, J.J., Moffet, C.A., Kormos, P.R., Boll, J., and Weltz, M.A. 2010. New Concentrated Flow Hydraulics Equations for Physically-Based Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion Models. Presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, 13-17 December 2010, Abstract H41F-1156.
Hydrologic vulnerability and risk assessment associated with the increased role of fire on western landscapes, Great Basin, USA -
Williams, C.J., Pierson, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., Spaeth, K.E., Hardegree, S.P., Clark, P.E., Moffet, C.A., Al-Hamdan, O.Z., and Boll, J. 2010. Hydrologic Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Associated with the Increased Role of Fire on Western Landscapes, Great Basin, USA. Presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, 13-17 December 2010.
The influence of historical climate on the population dynamics of three dominant sagebrush steppe plants. Reprint Icon -
Dalgleish, H.J., Moffet, C.A., Koons, D.N., Hooten, M.B., Alder, P.B. 2011. Climate influences the demography of three dominant sagebrush steppe plants. Ecology. 92(1):75-85.
Postfire shrub-cover dynamics: a 70-year fire history in big sagebrush communities. -
Moffet, C.A., Taylor, J.B., Booth, D.T. Postfire shrub-cover dynamics: a 70-year fire history in big sagebrush communities. IX International Rangeland Congress Proceeding. Rosario, Argentina. April 2 - 8, 2011.
Mapped quadrats in sagebrush steppe: long-term data for analyzing demographic rates and plant-plant interactions. Reprint Icon -
Zachman, L., Moffet, C.A., Adler, P.B. 2011. Mapped quadrats in sagebrush steppe: long-term data for analyzing demographic rates and plant-plant interactions. Ecology. 91:3427.
Monitoring spotted knapweed with very-large-scale-aerial imagery in sagebrush-dominated rangelands. -
Taylor, J.B., Moffet, C.A., Booth, D.T. 2010. Monitoring spotted knapweed with very-large-scale-aerial imagery in sagebrush-dominated rangelands. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. P B-95.
A comparision of cumulative-germination response of cheatgrass (Bromus Tectorum L.) and five perennial bunchgrass species to simulated field-temperature regimes -
Hardegree, S.P., Moffet, C.A., Roundy, B.A., Jones, T.A., Novak, S.J., Clark, P., Pierson Jr, F.B., Flerchinger, G.N. 2010. A comparision of cumulative-germination response of cheatgrass (Bromus Tectorum L.) and five perennial bunchgrass species to simulated field-temperature regimes. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 69:321-327.
A probabilistic approach to modeling postfire erosion after the 2009 australian brushfires -
Robichaud, P.R., Elliot, W.J., Pierson Jr, F.B., Hall, D.E., Moffet, C.A. 2009. A Probabilistic Approach to Modeling Postfire Erosion After the 2009 Australian Brushfires. In: Anderssen, R.S., Braddock, R.D., Newham, L.T.H. (Eds.). 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modeling and Simulation. Modeling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, July 13-17, 2009, p. 2377-2383.
Agreement between measurements of shrub cover using ground-based methods and Very Large Scale Aerial (VLSA)imagery-measured shrub cover. -
Moffet, C.A. 2009. Agreement between measurements of shrub cover using ground-based methods and Very Large Scale Aerial (VLSA)imagery-measured shrub cover. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 62:268-277.
A new Splash and Sheet Erosion Equation for Rangelands 1957 -
Wei, H., Nearing, M.A., Stone, J.J., Guertin, D.P., Spaeth, K., Pierson Jr, F.B., Nichols, M.H., Moffet, C.A. 2009. A new Splash and Sheet Erosion Equation for Rangelands. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 73:1386-1392.
Fire Severity Model Accuracy Using Short-term, Rapid Assessment versus Long-term, Anniversary Date Assessment -
Weber, K.T., Seefeldt, S.S., Moffet, C.A. 2009. Fire Severity Model Accuracy Using Short-term, Rapid Assessment versus Long-term, Anniversary Date Assessment. GIScience and Remote Sensing. 46(1):24-38.
Sheep Grazing Effects on Tall Forb Vegetation. -
Klement, K.D., Moffet, C.A. 2009. Sheep Grazing Effects on Tall Forb Vegetation.. Society of Range Management. Paper No.2030-8.
Hydrologic effects of fire in sagebrush plant communities: Implications for rangeland hydrology and erosion modeling -
Pierson Jr, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., Moffet, C.A., Spaeth, K.E., Williams, C.J. 2009. Hydrologic Effects of Fire in Sagebrush Plant Communities: Implications for Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion Modeling. In: Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting, Merging Trails: Culture, Science, and Innovation, Society for Range Management, February 8-12, 2009, Albuquerque, NM.
New technologies for modeling fire and disturbed conditions in forest and rangelands -
Elliott, W.J., Robichaud, P.R., Pierson Jr, F.B., Moffet, C.A. 2009. New Technologies for Modeling Fire and Disturbed Conditions in Forest and Rangelands. In: Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting, Merging Trails: Culture, Science, and Innovation, Society for Range Management, February 8-12,2009, Albuquerque, NM.
Concentrated flow experiments on burned and unburned sagebrush communities: Applications for the Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion Model. -
Moffet, C.A., Pierson Jr, F.B., Robichaud, P.R. 2009. Concentrated flow experiments on burned and unburned sagebrush communities: Applications for the Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion Model. 62nd Annual Meeting, Society of Range Management. Albuquerque, New Mexico, February 8–12. [oral, invited].
Assessment of range planting as a conservation practice -
Hardegree, S.P., B.A. Roundy, N.L. Shaw., C.A. Moffet, T.A. Monaco, T.A. Jones and E.F. Redente. 2009. Assessment of range planting as a conservation practice. In: Abstracts of the 62nd Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management, Albuquerque, NM, Feb 8-12, 2009 (CD-ROM Abstract).
Post-fire recovery of sagebrush communities: Assessment using SPOT5 and very large-scale aerial imagery -
Tsagaan Sankey, T., Moffet, C.A., Weber, K.T. 2008. Post-fire recovery of sagebrush communities: Assessment using SPOT5 and very large-scale aerial imagery. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:614-622.
Comparing fire severity models from post-fire and pre/post-fire differenced imagery -
Weber, K.T., Seefeldt, S.S., Moffet, C.A., Norton, J. 2009. Comparing fire severity models from post-fire and pre/post-fire differenced imagery. GIScience and Remote Sensing. 45(4):1-14.
Point sampling to stratify biomass variablity in sagebrush steppe vegetation -
Clark, P., Hardegree, S.P., Moffet, C.A., Pierson Jr, F.B. 2008. Point sampling to stratify biomass variablity in sagebrush steppe vegetation. Rangeland Ecology and Management 61:614-622.
Body weight changes and subsequent lambing rates of western whiteface ewes grazing winter range -
Taylor, J.B., Moffet, C.A., Leeds, T.D. 2009. Body weight changes and subsequent lambing rates of western whiteface ewes grazing winter range. Livestock Science. 121:339-342.
B-mode, real-time ultrasound for estimating carcass composition in live sheep: Accuracy of ultrasound measures and their relationships with carcass composition -
Leeds, T.D., Mousel, M.R., Notter, D.R., Zerby, H.N., Moffet, C.A., Lewis, G.S. 2008. B-mode, real-time ultrasound for estimating carcass composition in live sheep: Accuracy of ultrasound measures and their relationships with carcass composition. Journal of Animal Science. 86:3203-3214.
Prescribed-fire effects on rill and interrill runoff and erosion in a mountainous sagebrush landscape -
Pierson Jr, F.B., Moffet, C.A., Williams, C.J., Hardegree, S.P., Clark, P. 2009. Prescribed-Fire Effects on Rill and Interrill Runoff and Erosion in a Mountainous Sagebrush Landscape. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 34:193-203.
Evaluation of three-ram cohort serving capacity tests as a substitute for individual serving capacity tests -
Stellflug, J.N., Lewis, G.S., Moffet, C.A., Leeds, T.D. 2008. Evaluation of three-ram cohort serving capacity tests as a substitute for individual serving capacity tests. Journal of Animal Science. 86:2024-2031.
Soil water repellency and infiltration in coarse-textured soils of burned and unburned sagebrush ecosystems -
Pierson, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., Moffet, C.A., Spaeth, K.E., Williams, C.J., Hardegree, S.P., and Clark, P.E. 2008. Soil water repellency and infiltration in coarse-textured soils of burned and unburned sagebrush ecosystems. Catena 74:98-108.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS FOR CONTROLLING LEAFY SPURGE ON NEBRASKA RANGELAND -
Mitchell, R., Moffet, C.A., Sosebee, R. 2007. A physiological basis for controlling leafy spurge on nebraska rangeland. Rangelands 29(6): 12-14.
Fire effects on runoff generation and sediment yield from a coarse-textured sagebrush-dominated landscape -
Williams, C.J., Pierson Jr, F.B., Kormos, P.R.,and Moffet, C.A. 2007. Fire effects on runoff generation and sediment yield from a coarse-textured sagebrush-dominated landscape. Eos Trans American Geophysical Union, 88(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract H43F-1685.
A Method for Georeferencing Very-Large-Scale-Aerial (VLSA) Images in Sagebrush Steppe Communities. -
Fire effects on rangeland hydrology and erosion in a steep sagebrush-dominated landscape -
Pierson, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., Moffet, C.A., Spaeth, K.E., Hardegree, S.P., Clark, P.E., and Williams, C.J. 2008. Fire Effects on Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion in a Steep Sagebrush-Dominated Landscape. Hydrological Processes: 22, 2916-2929.
Predicting postfire erosion and mitigation effectiveness with a web-based probabilistic erosion model -
Robichaud, P.R., Elliot, W.J., Pierson Jr, F.B., Hall, D.E., and Moffet, C.A. 2007. Predicting postfire erosion and mitigation effectiveness with a web-based probabilistic erosion model. Catena 71: 229-241.
Erosion Risk Management Tool (ERMIT) Users Manual (verson 2006.01.18) -
Robichaud, P.R., Elliot, W.J., Pierson, F.B., Hall, D.E., Moffet, C.A., and Ashum, L.E. 2007. Erosion Risk Management Tool (ERMIT) Users Manual (Version 2006.01.18.). General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-188. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins. 24 p.
Hydrology, erosion, and soil interrelationships after rangeland wildfire -
Spaeth, K.E., Pierson, F.B., and Moffet, C.A. 2006. Hydrology, erosion, and soil interrelationships after rangeland wildfire. In: Proceedings of the 3rd National Conference on Grazing Lands, December 13-16, 2006, St. Louis, Missouri.
Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion Model (RHEM) for ESD -
Spaeth, K.E., Pierson, F.B., and Moffet, C.A. 2006. Rangeland hydrology and erosion model (RHEM) for ESD development. In: Proceedings of the 3rd National Conference on Grazing Lands, December 13-16, 2006, St. Louis, Missouri.
Erosion following fire in a sagebrush ecosystem of the Northern Great Basin, USA. -
Robichaud, P.R., Elliot, W.J., Pierson, F.B., Hall, D.E., and Moffet. C.A. 2005. Predicting Postfire Hillslope Erosion with a Web-Based Probabilistic Model. Eos Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract H34C-06. (CD-ROM)
Very large scale aerial (VLSA) imagery for assessing postfire bitterbrush recovery. -
Water repellency and fire in sagebrush ecosystems of the Northern Great Basin, USA -
Pierson, F.B., Kormos, P.R., Robichaud, P.R., and Moffet, C.A. 2006. Water repellency and fire in sagebrush ecosystems of the northern Great Basin, USA. Eos Transactions, American Geophysical Union 87(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract H13B-1397.
Fire impacts on rangeland hydrology and erosion in a steep sagebrush dominated landscape -
Williams, C.J., Pierson, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., and Moffet, C.A. 2006. Fire impacts on rangeland hydrology and erosion in a steep sagebrush dominated landscape. Eos Trans American Geophysical Union 87(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract H13B-1396.
ERMIT: Estimating post-fire erosion in probabilistic terms -
Pierson, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., Elliot, W.J., Hall, D.E., and Moffet, C.A. 2006. ERMIT: Estimating post-fire erosion in probabilistic terms. Eos Transactions, American Geophysical Union 87(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract H34C-01.
Prescribed-fire impacts on vegetation, soil and water resources at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed in southwest Idaho -
Hardegree, S.P., Clark, P., Pierson Jr, F.B., Seyfried, M.S., Moffet, C.A. 2007. Prescribed-Fire Impacts on Vegetation, Soil and Water Resources at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed in Southwest Idaho.In: Abstracts of the 60th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management, Reno, NV, Feb 11-15, 2007. (CD-ROM Abstract)
Erosion following fire in a sagebrush ecosystem of the northern Great Basin, USA. -
Pierson, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., Moffet, C.A., and Spaeth, K.E. 2006. Erosion following fire in a sagebrush ecosystem of the northern Great Basin, USA. In: Proceedings of the 14th Conference of International Soil Conservation, May 14-19, 2006, Marrakech, Morocco. (CD-ROM)
VERY LARGE SCALE AERIAL (VLSA) IMAGERY AND ASSESSING POST-FIRE BITTERBRUSH RECOVERY -
Moffet, C.A., J.B. Taylor, D.T. Booth. 2006. Very large scale aerial (VLSA) imagery and addressin post-fire bitterbrush recovery [abstract]. Shrublands Under Fire: Distubance and Recovery in a Changing World. Fourteenth Wildland Shrub Sympsium. p. 49.
DIGITAL IMAGERY AND LANDSCAPE-SCALE RANGELAND MONITORING. -
Taylor, J.B., Booth, D.T., Moffet, C.A. 2006. Digital imagery and landscape-scale rangeland monitoring. Proceeding of Western Section of the American Society of Animal Science. 57:173-176.
Digital imagery and land-scape rangeland monitoring -
Taylor, J.B., Booth, D.T., Moffet, C.A. 2006. Digital imagery and land-scape rangeland monitoring. Western Section of Animal Science Proceedings. 57:173-176.
STRATEGIC GRAZING: MONITORING THE CHANGES -
Predicting postfire hillslope erosion with a web-based probabilistic model -
Robichaud, P.R., Ellion, W.J, Pierson, F.B., Hall, D.E., and Moffet, C.A. 2005. Predicting Postfire Hillslope Erosion with a Web-Based Probabilistic Model. Eos Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract H34C-06. (CD-ROM)
Modeling soil erosion on steep sagebrush rangeland before and after prescribed fire -
Moffet, C.A., Pierson Jr, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., Spaeth, K., and Hardegree, S.P. 2007. Modeling soil erosion on steep sagebrush rangeland before and after prescribed fire. Catena 71:218-228.
The Ekalaka, Montana Small Watershed Data Set: Precipitation, Runoff, Air Temperature and Soil Water; 1968-1980 -
Hanson, C.L., Moffet, C.A., Wight, J.R., Mowbray, J.E. 2005. The Ekalaka, Montana Small Watershed Data Set: Precipitation, Runoff, Air Temperature and Soil Water; 1968-1980. Water Resources Research, 41, W12435, doi:10.1029/2005WR004286.
Hydrologic impacts of soil water repellency following fire in coarse-textured shrub-dominated ecosystems. -
Pierson, F., Moffet, C., Robichaud, P. 2005. Hydrologic impacts of soil water repellency following fire in coarse-textured shrub-dominated ecosystems. (abstract). European Geosciences Union Annual Meeting, April 24-29, 2005, Vienna, Austria. CD-ROM
Quantifying and predicting rill erosion after fire on steep shrub-dominated hillslopes -
Moffet, C., and Pierson, F. 2005. Quantifying and predicting rill erosion after fire on steep shrub-dominated hillslopes. (abstract). European Geosciences Union Annual Meeting, April 24-29, 2005, Vienna, Austria, CD-ROM.
Modeling soil erosion on steep sagebrush rangeland before and after prescribed fire -
Moffet, C.A., Pierson, F.B., and Spaeth, K.E. 2005. Modeling soil erosion on steep sagebrush rangeland before and after prescribed fire. 58th Annual Meeting Society of Range Management, February 5-11, 2005, Forth Worth, TX. CD-ROM.
SURFACE BIOSOLIDS APPLICATION: EFFECTS ON INFILTRATION, EROSION, AND SOIL ORGANIC CARBON IN CHIHUAHUAN DESERT GRASSLANDS AND SHRUBLANDS -
Moffet, C.A., Zartman, R.E., Wester, D.B., and Sosebee, R.E. 2005. Surface biosolids application: Effects on infiltration, erosion, and soil organic carbon in chihuahuan desert grasslands and shrublands. Journal of Environmental Quality. 34:299-311.
Hydrology, erosion, plant, and soil relationships after rangeland wildfire -
Spaeth, K.E., Pierson, F.B., Robichaud, P.R., and Moffet, C.A. 2007. Hydrology, erosion, and soil interrelationships after rangeland wildfire. In: Sosebee, R.E., Wester, D.B., Britton, C.M., McArthur, E.D., Kitchen, S.G, comp. Proceedings: Shrubland dynamics-fire and water, August 10-12, 2004, Lubbock, TX. Proceedings RMRS-P-47, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins. p. 62-68.
The use of SPUR-WEPP in modeling wet meadows in the intermountain region, Idaho, USA -
Spaeth, K.E., Pierson, F.B., Moffet, C.A. 2004. The use of SPUR/WEPP in Modeling Wet Meadows and Contagious Lands in the Intermountain West, USA. (abstract). Proceedings of the 7th INTECOL International Wetlands Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands, July 25-31, 2004. P 330.
Spatial and temporal dynamics of rill erosion following wildfire on sagebrush rangeland -
Pierson, Jr., F.B., Moffet, C.A., and Spaeth, K.E. 2004 Spatial and temporal dynamics of rill erosion following wildfire on sagebrush rangeland. CD-ROM, In: Abstracts of the 57th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management, Salt Lake City, UT., Jan 24-30, 2004. Abstract #290
THE WEPP/SPUR RANGELAND HYDROLOGY MODEL: A TOOL FOR DEVELOPING ECOLOGICAL SITE DESCRIPTION -
Spaeth, K.E., Pierson, F.B., and Moffet, C.A., 2004 The WEPP/SPUR rangeland hydrology model: a tool for developing ecological site descriptions. CD-ROM In: Abstracts of the 57th Annual Meeting. Society for Range Management, Salt Lake City, UT. Jan 24-30, Abstract #340.
Impacts of fire on hydrology and erosion in steep mountain big sagebrush communities -
Pierson, Jr., F.B., Robichaud, P.R., Spaeth, K.E., and Moffet, C.A. 2003. Impacts of fire on hydrology and erosion in steep mountain big sagebrush communities. In: Proceedings of the First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds., Benson, AZ, p. 625-630.
Modeling rill erosion following fire on steep sagebrush rangeland -
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