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Agreement ensures an important wildlife corridor will remain undeveloped, protecting woodlands, plants and animals PARKFIELD, Calif., Jan.
AMSTERDAM, January 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Society journals: Rangeland Ecology & Management and Rangelands published by Elsevier Elsevier [http://www.elsevier.com
Authors of an article featured in the new issue of Rangeland Ecology & Management provide an in-depth analysis of how information regarding plant life cycles may change rangeland management
Event on Friday, Nov. 7 celebrates one of the largest land conservation agreements in California history SAN SIMEON, Calif., Nov.
A special issue of Rangelands explores California's diverse plant and wildlife species.
SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct.
The authors of an article featured in Rangeland Ecology and Management discuss the long-term effects of prescribed burns, mowing, and herbicides on the environment within the mountain regions
Half of the Earth’s land mass is made up of rangelands, which include grasslands and savannas, yet they are being transformed at an alarming rate.
new analysis shows that on a global scale, the presence of people corresponds to more plant productivity, or growth.
An article featured in Rangelands discusses the practice of patch-burning and compares this technique to that of more traditional methods.
- Growing in low tufty patches.