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How ranches safeguard California's natural environments SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Tim Koopmann is every bit as protective of the endangered California
A study published in the current issue of Rangeland Ecology & Management investigates the correlation between human development and the dissemination of invasive plants.
A study featured in the current issue of Rangelands follows five breeds of cattle to determine resistance to larkspur poisoning.
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif., Jan.
The special issue of Rangelands presents articles exploring strategic management of ever-changing environments.
The authors of two companion papers featured in Rangeland Ecology & Management assess three main components of climate change: rising concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide, atmospheric
Big global questions face us, among them: How will we feed a growing global population without ruining the soil and polluting freshwater?
An article in the current issue of the journal Rangeland Ecology & Management provide a participatory method to develop indicators of plant and animal diversity that can evaluate many environments
An article in the June issue of the journal Rangelands details a conservation partnership across 11 western states that is bringing a more unified approach to reducing threats to the sagebrush
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