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Collaborations

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


Current collaborators and projects:

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, PROVO, UT
  • Seeding Technologies for Post-Fire Restoration
  • BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, RENO, NV
  • Improving Rehabilitation Practices in the Great Basin and Mojave Deserts
  • Soil, Water, Meadow and Rangeland Monitoring on the Desatoya Mountains Project
  • Fuel Treatment Durability in Sagebrush Ecosystems in Current and Future Climates
  • Fuel Treatment and Fire Suppression Effects on Valued Resources in Sagebrush Steppe
  • Genetics, Ecology, and Biological Control of Invasive Annual Grasses
  • Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project
  • DESERT BOTANICAL GARDEN, INC., PHOENIX
  • Pinyon and Juniper Ecophysiology in the Great Basin
  • Ecosystem Responses and Plant Ecophysiology in the Great Basin
  • GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT O, RESTON, VA
  • Trajectories of Change: How Climate, Wildfire, and Management Drive Shrubland Ecosystem Transitions
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Fort Worth, TX
  • Rangeland Ecohydrology
  • NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION, RENO, NV
  • Rangeland Ecohydrology and Soil Erosion Course
  • Assessing Wind and Water Erosion on Western Rangelands
  • Fuel Treatment and Wildfire Effects on Sagebrush Valued Resources
  • Rehabilitation Practices in the Mojave Desert
  • Soil Erosion and Ecosystem Recovery After Wildfire Under a Changing Climate
  • Long-term Data Analyses and Data Collection on the Desatoya Mountains Project
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS
  • Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project
  • Dual Disturbances: Do Fuel Treatments and Wildfire Protect or Harm Sagebrush Valued Resources?
  • Trajectories of Ecosystem Change
  • Treatment Durability
  • UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, OR
  • Treatment Durability using LANDIS-II
  • USDA, FOREST SERVICE ROCKY MOUNTAIN RESEARCH, FORT COLLINS, CO
  • Effects of Herbicide as a Fuel Reduction Treatment in the Mojave Desert
  • USDA, NRCS, Fort Worth, TX
  • Hydrology and Erosion Dynamics Following Compost Applications on Annual Grassland