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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.

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Subjects of Investigation
Desert and semidesert shrub land and shinnery
Pinyon-juniper
Rangelands and grasslands, general
Watersheds
Weeds
Research Projects within Watersheds
item Applying Rangeland Hydrology & Erosion Models on Pastures and Annual Grasslands
item Assessing Benefits of Conservation Practices on Rangelands and Pastures with the Rangeland Hydrology and Erosion Model
item BLM ARS Monitoring Effects of Invasive Annual Grass Removal on Native Vegetation
item Effects of Post-Fire Grazing on Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystem Recovery
item Great Basin Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit NFCA
item Management and Restoration of Rangeland Ecosystems
item Monitoring Design for Plant and Soil Recovery after Fire and Rehabilitation Treatments
item Perennial Grass Response to Post-Fire Grazing Management in the Great Basin
item Post-fire Wind Erosion in the Great Basin
item Quantifying Relative Contributions of Salt Mobilization and Transport from Rangeland Ecological Sites in the Intermountain West
item Quantifying Relative Contributions of Salt Mobilization and Transport from Rangeland Ecological Sites in the Intermountain West Part II
item Quantifying Salinity Mobilization and Transport Processes on Western Rangelands II
item Rangeland Assessment and Beef Livestock Production Value Chain Assessment
item Rangeland Assessment, Risks to Sustainability, and Techniques to Restore Degraded Rangelands
item Reducing Bromus Tectorum Fuel Loads with Fall Grazing
item Risk Mapping Salt Mobilization and Transport Areas in Utah
item Sustainable Use of Rangelands and Grasslands Resources for Improved Livelihoods