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Vol 17, No 2 (March 1964) Differential Nitrogen Response of Annual and Perennial Grasses.  PDF
W.E. Martin, V.P. Pierce
Vol 12, No 5 (September 1959) Wildlife Survival in Brush Burns.  PDF
W.E. Howard, H.E. Fenner
Vol 5, No 2 (March 1952) Application of Fertilizers to Aid Conservation on Annual Forage.  PDF
O.K. Hoglund, A.L. Miller
Vol 47, No 2 (March 1994) The effect of Quercus douglasii removal on understory yield and composition. Abstract  PDF
J.W. Bartolome, B.H. Allen-Diaz, W.D. Tietje
Vol 38, No 5 (September 1985) Sheep losses to predators on a California range, 1973-1983.  PDF
J.H. Scrivner, W.E. Howard, A.H. Murphy, J.R. Hays
Vol 28, No 4 (July 1975) Forecasting forage yield from precipitation in California'sannual rangeland.  PDF
D.A. Duncan, R.G. Woodmansee
Vol 15, No 1 (January 1962) Fertilizers Increase Range Production.  PDF
E.J. Woolfolk, D.A. Duncan
Vol 10, No 5 (September 1957) Ryegrass and Brush Seedling Composition for Nitrogen on Two Soil Types.  PDF
F.R. Gartner, H.H. Schultz
Vol 44, No 1 (January 1991) Willow planting success as influenced by site factors and cattle grazing in northeastern California.  PDF
S.D. Conroy, T.J. Svejcar
Vol 36, No 3 (May 1983) Economics of gypsum and elemental sulfur as fertilizers on subclover-grass pastures in northern California Trifolium subterraneum.  PDF
D.M. Center, M.B. Jones
Vol 20, No 1 (January 1967) Correlation Between Annual Rings of Woody Plants and Range Herbage Production.  PDF
W.J. McGinnies
Vol 13, No 6 (November 1960) Mediterranean Grasslands in California and Isreal.  PDF
Z. Naveh
Vol 52, No 1 (January 1999) A qualitative spatial model of hardwood rangeland state- and-transition dynamics. Abstract  PDF
R.E. Plant, M.P. Vayssieres, S.E. Greco, M.R. George, T.E. Adams
Vol 40, No 3 (May 1987) The use of a portable computer for real-time recording of observations of grazing behavior in the field.  PDF
M.W. Demment, G.B. Greenwood
Vol 31, No 6 (November 1978) Growth rates and phenology of some southern California grassland species.  PDF
R.W. Hufstader
Vol 17, No 1 (January 1964) Sulfur Fertilization of an Annual-Range Soil During Years of Below-Normal Rainfall.  PDF
W.A. Williams, C.M. McKell
Vol 12, No 5 (September 1959) Implementing a Year-Round Forage Program in California.  PDF
A.T. Spencer
Vol 46, No 2 (March 1993) Multiple use management of California's hardwood rangelands. Abstract  PDF
R.B. Standiford, R.E. Howitt
Vol 38, No 4 (July 1985) The use of supplement blocks for sheep grazing dry, annual pastures in California.  PDF
E.J. DePeters, M.R. Dally, A.A. Alwash, P. Therkelsen-Tucker
Vol 27, No 6 (November 1974) Vigor of Idaho fescue grazed under rest-rotation and contin uous grazing.  PDF
R.D. Ratliff, J.N. Reppert
Vol 15, No 1 (January 1962) Water Yield as Influenced by Degree of Grazing in the California Winter Grasslands.  PDF
L.G. Liacos
Vol 10, No 4 (July 1957) Effect of Cages on Yield and Composition in the California Annual Type.  PDF
H.F. Heady
Vol 43, No 2 (March 1990) Mid-winter protein, phosphorus, and digestibility of Chrysothamnus nauseosus subspecies. Abstract  PDF
R.B. Bhat, B.L. Welch, D.J. Weber, E.D. McArthur
Vol 36, No 2 (March 1983) Effects of cattle and deer on regenerating mixed conifer clearcuts Grazing, as a vegetation management tool, California.  PDF
B.H. Kosco, J.W. Bartolome
Vol 20, No 1 (January 1967) Subterranean Clover Versus Nitrogen Fertilized Annual Grasslands: Botanical Composition and Protein Content.  PDF
M.B. Jones, S.S. Winans
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