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Vol 19, No 1 (January 1966) Vegetation-Soils And Vegetation-Grazing Relations From Frequency Data.  PDF
D.N. Hyder, C. Bement
Vol 44, No 4 (July 1991) Effects of single season and rotation harvesting on cool- and warm-season grasses of a mountain grassland. Abstract  PDF
D.A. Jameson
Vol 36, No 2 (March 1983) Comparison of techniques used for adjusting biomass estimates by double sampling Range management in northeastern Colorado.  PDF
J. Ahmed, C.D. Bonham, W.A. Laycock
Vol 26, No 6 (November 1973) Water Harvesting Efficiencies of Four Soil Surface Treatments.  PDF
L. Rauzi
Vol 13, No 1 (January 1960) Effects of Planting Dates, Seeding Rates, and Row Spacings on Range Seeding Results in Western Colorado.  PDF
W.J. McGinnies
Vol 52, No 3 (May 1999) Imbibition temperature affects winterfat (Eurotia lanata (Pursh) Moq.) seed hydration and cold-hardiness response. Abstract  PDF
Y. Bai, D.T. Booth, J.T. Romo
Vol 40, No 6 (November 1987) Demand for Forest Service grazing in Colorado.  PDF
P.N. Kehmeier, T.M. Quigley, R.G. Taylor, E.T. Bartlett
Vol 32, No 3 (May 1979) Forage diversity and dietary selection by wintering mule deer.  PDF
L.H. Carpenter, O.C. Wallmo, R.B. Gill
Vol 22, No 2 (March 1969) A Stocking-Rate Guide for Beef Production on Blue-Grama Range.  PDF
R.E. Bement
Vol 8, No 2 (March 1955) The Research and Marketing Act Supports Range Research.  PDF
C.E. Poulton
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