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Research Project: Management and Restoration of Rangeland Ecosystems

Location: Great Basin Rangelands Research

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

The need to improve mule deer populations: management - (Popular Publication)

The need to improve mule deer populations: habitat conversion - (Popular Publication)
Clements, D.D. 2021. The need to improve mule deer populations: habitat conversion. The Progressive Rancher. 21(3):18-20.

The need to improve mule deer populations: history - (Popular Publication)
Clements, D.D. 2021. The need to improve mule deer populations: history. The Progressive Rancher. 20(2):26-27.

Rangeland health: perspectives on landscapes - (Popular Publication)
Harmon, D.N., Voth, D. 2021. Rangeland health: perspectives on landscapes. The Progressive Rancher. 21(1):16-17.

Measuring soil nitrogen and moisture depletion at a distance gradient from perennial bunchgrasses - (Abstract Only)
Harmon, D. N., C. D. Clements and R. R. Blank. 2021. Measuring soil nitrogen and moisture depletion at a distance gradient from perennial bunchgrasses. Society for Range Management Virtual Annual Meeting, February 15-18,2021. 74:64. #379814

Susceptibility of native annual forbs to indaziflam and imazipic - (Abstract Only)
Harmon, D. N. and C. D. Clements. 2021. Susceptibility of native annual forbs to Indaziflam and Imazapic. Society for Range Management Virtual Annual Meeting, February 15-18,2021. 74:63. #379818

Effectiveness of pre-emergent herbicides in rangeland rehabilitation - (Abstract Only)
Clements, D.D., Harmon, D.N. 2020. Effectiveness of pre-emergent herbicides in rangeland rehabilitation. California Invasive Plant Council. 7:1-4.

A strategic plan for future USDA- Agricultural Research Service erosion research and model development - (Peer Reviewed Journal)

Salts transport from a moderately saline-alkaline rangeland soil using rainfall simulation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)

Mapping erosion risk for saline rangelands of the Mancos Shale using the rangeland hydrology erosion model Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
McGwire, K., Weltz, M.A., Nouwakpo, S.K., Spaeth, K., Founds, M., Cadaret, E. 2020. Mapping erosion risk for saline rangelands of the mancos shale using the rangeland hydrology erosion model. Land Degradation and Development. Available: https://doi.org/10.1002/ldr.3620.

Predicting micro-catchment infiltration dynamics Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Founds, M., McGwire, K., Weltz, M.A., Verburg, P.S. 2020. Predicting micro-catchment infiltration dynamics. Catena. 190. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.

Salt balance of moderately saline-alkaline rangeland soil and runoff water quality from rainfall simulation studies near Moab, Utah U.S.A. Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Arslan, A., Weltz, M.A., Nouwakpo, S.K. 2020. Salt balance of moderately saline-alkaline rangeland soil and runoff water quality from rainfall simulation studies near Moab, Utah U.S.A. Journal of Geological Resource and Engineering. 8(1):1-19. https://doi.org/10.17265/2328-2193/2020.01.001.

Significance of seed caching by rodents for key plants in natural resource management Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Longland, W.S., Dimitri, L.A. 2019. Significance of seed caching by rodents for key plants in natural resource management. Rangelands. 41(6):248-254. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rala.2019.11.002.

Native and introduced seed mix performances on cheatgrass rangelands - (Abstract Only)
Clements, D.D., Harmon, D.N. 2020. Native and introduced seed mix performances on cheatgrass rangelands. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. 73:51. February 16-20, 2020 Denver, CO.

Initial efficacy of Indazaflam on cheatgrass rangelands - (Abstract Only)
Clements, D.D., Harmon, D.N., Quicke, H. 2020. Initial efficacy of Indazaflam on cheatgrass rangelands. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. 73:63. February 16-20, 2020 Denver, CO.

Bioassays: The role of seed bank monitoring in range management - (Abstract Only)
Clements, D.D., Harmon, D.N., Freese, M. 2020. Bioassays: The role of seed bank monitoring in range management. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. 73:104. February 16-20, 2020 Denver, CO.

Perennial grass suppression of cheatgrass: Comparisons among two natives and one exotic - (Abstract Only)
Blank, R., Clements, D.D., Morgan, T., Harmon, D.N., Allen, F.L. 2020. Perennial grass suppression of cheatgrass: Comparisons among two natives and one exotic. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. 73:88. February 16-20, 2020 Denver, CO.

The use of native and introduced seed mixes in rangeland rehabilitation - (Popular Publication)
Clements, D.D., Harmon, D.N. 2019. The use of native and introduced seed mixes in rangeland rehabilitation. The Progressive Rancher. 19(8):28-29.

“Snowstorm’ Forage Kochia: A new species for rangeland rehabilitation - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Clements, D.D., Waldron, B.L., Jensen, K.B., Harmon, D.N., Jeffress, M. 2020. “Snowstorm’ Forage Kochia: A new species for rangeland rehabilitation. Rangelands. 42(1):17-21.

Native and introduced seed mix performances on Cheatgrass Rangelands - (Abstract Only)
Clements, D.D., Harmon, D.N. 2019. Native and introduced seed mix performances on Cheatgrass Rangelands. Meeting Abstract. 2019.

The Martin fire: living with fire - (Popular Publication)
Clements, D.D., Voth, D.M., Harmon, D.N. 2019. The Martin fire: living with fire. The Progressive Rancher. 19(8):26-27.

Runoff water quality from rainfall simulation on different salinity-alkalinity levels of rangeland plots - (Proceedings)

Modeling Infiltration In Constructed Micro-catchments - (Proceedings)

Process-based modeling of upland erosion and salt load in the Upper Colorado River Basin - (Proceedings)

Hydrology and erosion risk parameters for grasslands in central Asia Reprint Icon - (Book / Chapter)
Spaeth K.E. et al. (2020) Hydrology and erosion risk parameters for grasslands in central Asia. In: Gutman G., Chen J., Henebry G., Kappas M., editors. Landscape Dynamics of Drylands across Greater Central Asia: People, Societies and Ecosystems. Switzerland: Springer. p. 125-141.