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Vol 31, No 3 (May 1978) Ecological relationships between pinyon juniper and true mountain mahogany stands in the Uintah Basin, Utah.  PDF
L.R. Greenwood, J.D. Brotherson
Vol 22, No 5 (September 1969) How Time and Intensity of Clipping Affect Tall Bluebell.  PDF
W.A. Laycock, P.W. Conrad
Vol 14, No 6 (November 1961) Range Curricula.  PDF
H.F. Heady
Vol 48, No 5 (September 1995) Black stem rust reduces big sagebrush seed production. Abstract  PDF
B.L. Welch, D.L. Nelson
Vol 42, No 1 (January 1989) Investigation of maternal and embryo/fetal toxicity of Ephedra viridis and Ephedra nevadensis in sheep and cattle.  PDF
R.F. Keeler
Vol 38, No 2 (March 1985) Recovery of sagebrush-grass vegetation following wildfire.  PDF
N.E. West, M.A. Hassan
Vol 34, No 5 (September 1981) Effects of livestock grazing on infiltration and erosion rates measured on chained and unchained pinyon-juniper sites in southeastern Utah.  PDF
F.E. Busby, G.F. Gifford
Vol 29, No 2 (March 1976) Water quality implications of cattle grazing on a semiarid watershed in southeastern Utah.  PDF
J.C. Buckhouse, G.F. Gifford
Vol 20, No 1 (January 1967) Vegetation and Soils of No Man's Land Mesa Relict Area, Utah.  PDF
L.R. Mason, E.D. Andrews
Vol 11, No 4 (July 1958) Exclosures in Big Game Management in Utah.  PDF
S. Young
Vol 46, No 1 (January 1993) Interactions of pinyon and juniper trees with tebuthiuron applications at 2 matched reinvaded sites in Utah. Abstract  PDF
N.S. Van Pelt, N.E. West
Vol 41, No 1 (January 1988) Grazing of crested wheatgrass, with particular reference to effects of pasture size.  PDF
R.B. Hacker, B.E. Norton, M.K. Owens, D.O. Frye
Vol 36, No 5 (September 1983) Spring livestock grazing affects crested wheatgrass regrowth and winter use by mule deer.  PDF
D.D. Austin, P.J. Urness, L.C. Fierro
Vol 32, No 4 (July 1979) Prescribed burning : vegetative change, forage production, cost, and returns on six demonstration burns in Utah.  PDF
M.H. Ralphs, F.E. Busby
Vol 16, No 6 (November 1963) Fertilization of Seeded Grasses on Mountainous Rangelands in Northeastern Utah and Southeastern Idaho.  PDF
A.C. Hull
Vol 7, No 1 (January 1954) Common Use of Summer Range By Sheep and Cattle.  PDF
C.W. Cook
Vol 51, No 5 (September 1998) Seedling growth of intermountain perennial and weedy annual grasses. Abstract  PDF
J.T. Arredondo, T.A. Jones, D.A. Johnson
Vol 43, No 5 (September 1990) Survival and growth of globemallow [Sphaeralcea] species in dry land spaced-plant nurseries.  PDF
B.M. Pendery, M.D. Rumbaugh
Vol 39, No 5 (September 1986) Vegetation responses to long-term sheep grazing on mountain ranges.  PDF
J.E. Bowns, C.F. Bagley
Vol 35, No 6 (November 1982) Use of Range Shrubs to Meet Nutrient Requirements of Sheep Grazing on Crested Wheatgrass during Fall and Early Winter.  PDF
R. Otsyina, G. Mckell
Vol 31, No 2 (March 1978) Predation on range sheep with no predator control.  PDF
J.K. McAdoo, D.A. Klebenow
Vol 22, No 4 (July 1969) Water Use, Adaptability, and Chemical Composition of Grasses Seeded at High Elevations.  PDF
R.K. Tew
Vol 14, No 4 (July 1961) Editorial: Suggestions for Solving Foreign Range Management Problems.  PDF
T.W. Box
Vol 3, No 1 (January 1950) Reseeding Research in the Intermountain Region.  PDF
G. Steward
Vol 48, No 2 (March 1995) Near infrared reflectance spectroscopy estimation of 13C discrimination in forages. Abstract  PDF
D.H. Clark, D.A. Johnson, K.D. Kephart, N.A. Jackson
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