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Vol 22, No 3 (May 1969) Temperatures of Headfires in the Southern Mixed Prairie of Texas.  PDF
K.J. Stinson, H.A. Wright
 
Vol 9, No 3 (May 1956) Interrelations of Vegetation, Soils and Range Conditions Induced by Grazing.  PDF
J.O. Klemmedson
 
Vol 50, No 4 (July 1997) Persistence of aversions to larkspur in naive and native cattle. Abstract  PDF
M.H. Ralphs
 
Vol 38, No 5 (September 1985) Site variation in forage qualities of mountain mahogany and serviceberry.  PDF
R.C. Kufeld, M.L. Stevens, D.C. Bowden
 
Vol 30, No 4 (July 1977) Effects of fire, ash, and litter on soil nitrate, temperature, moisture and tobosagrass production in the rolling plains.  PDF
S.H. Sharrow, H.A. Wright
 
Vol 19, No 1 (January 1966) Vegetation And Soils Of Alkali Sagebrush And Adjacent Big Sagebrush Ranges In North Park, Colorado.  PDF
D.R. Robertson, N.H. Nielsen
 
Vol 44, No 4 (July 1991) Prescribed grazing as a secondary impact in a western riparian floodplain. Abstract  PDF
J.A. Sedgwick, F.L. Knopf
 
Vol 36, No 3 (May 1983) Ecological characteristics and control of Gambel oak Quercus gambelii, brush problem species, ranges in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona.  PDF
D.M. Engle, C.D. Bonham, L.E. Bartel
 
Vol 28, No 1 (January 1975) Diet overlap of deer, elk, and cattle in southern Colorado.  PDF
R.M. Hansen, L.D. Reid
 
Vol 13, No 2 (March 1960) Forage Preference and Grazing Habits of Cattle at the Eastern Colorado Range Station.  PDF
J.N. Reppert
 
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