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by W. K. Lauenroth,W. A. Laycock,William Laycock,W K Lauenroth

  • ISBN: 0813378087
  • Author: W. K. Lauenroth,W. A. Laycock,William Laycock,W K Lauenroth
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 163
  • Publisher: Westview Press; 1 edition (November 15, 1989)
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This book juxtaposes traditional and currently applied concepts of rangeland condition with new concepts. It presents a dialogue between traditionalists and their critics. The book outlines the effects of various activities by humans that eventually lead toward multiple climaxes. Secondary Succession and Range Condition Criteria: Introduction to the Problem. Range Condition as Used in the Soil Conservation Service. WithDonald T. Pendleton.

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Secondary Succession and the Evaluation of Rangeland Condition. Science is frequently touted as the solution to dryland management problems, yet most management decisions are, by necessity, based primarily on expert knowledge and experience. This paper describes an integrated framework for organizing, synthesizing, and applying our growing understanding of aridland ecosystems using a flexible, multi-objective assessment, monitoring, and management approach.

Sec-ondary succession and the evaluation of rangeland condition. Westview Special Studies in Agriculture Science and Policy, Westview Press, 155 pp. Laycock, . Stable states and thresholds of range condition on North American rangelands: A viewpoint. J. Range Mg. Vol. 44, No. 5, pp. 427–433.

Secondary succession and range condition criteria: Introduction to the problem. Pp. 1-18 in Secondary Succession and the Evaluation of Rangeland Condition, W. Lauenroth and W. Laycock, eds. Boulder, Colo. and D. Price. Factors Influencing Forage Quality. Miscellaneous Publication No. 1147. Department of Agriculture, .

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