Journal of Rangeland Applications

The Journal of Rangeland Applications (ISSN: 2331-5512) is devoted to bridging the gap between scientific research and the application of science needed to make wise land management decisions. This journal provides syntheses of published research on the biophysical, ecological, social, and economic aspects of rangelands management and conservation.  Articles seek relevance to both scholars and practitioners.

Vol 1 (2014)

Table of Contents


Ranch Level Economic Impact Analysis for Public Lands: A Guide to Methods, Issues, and Applications HTML PDF
L. Allen Torell, Neil R. Rimbey, John A. Tanaka, David T. Taylor, J.D. Wulfhorst 1-13
Implications of Longer Term Grazing Rest in the Sagebrush Steppe HTML PDF
Kirk W. Davies, Martin Vavra, Brad W. Schultz, Neil R. Rimbey 14-34
Livestock Grazing Effects on Fuel Loads for Wildland Fire in Sagebrush Dominated Ecosystems HTML PDF
Eva K. Strand, Karen L. Launchbaugh, Ryan F. Limb, L. Allen Torell 35-57
Livestock Grazing and Sage-Grouse Habitat: Impacts and Opportunities HTML PDF
Chad S. Boyd, Jeffrey L. Beck, John A. Tanaka 58-77

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