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Vol 12, No 5 (September 1959) Influence of Pocket Gophers on Seeded Mountain Range in Utah.  PDF
O. Julander, O.W. Low
Vol 47, No 2 (March 1994) Cattle preference for 4 wheatgrass taxa. Abstract  PDF
T.A. Jones, M.H. Ralphs, D.C. Nielson
Vol 41, No 2 (March 1988) Mule deer-induced mortality of mountain big sagebrush.  PDF
E.D. McArthur, A.C. Blauer, S.C. Sanderson
Vol 37, No 1 (January 1984) Does summer range quality influence sex ratios among mule deer fawns in Utah?.  PDF
J.C. Pederson, K.T. Harper
Vol 32, No 4 (July 1979) The economics of sheep predation in southwestern Utah.  PDF
R.G. Taylor, J.P. Workman, J.E. Bowns
Vol 26, No 6 (November 1973) Runoff and Sediment Yields from Runoff Plots on Chained Pinyon-Juniper Sites in Utah.  PDF
G.F. Gifford
Vol 18, No 2 (March 1965) Problems in Artificial and Natural Revegetation of the Arid Shadscale Vegetation Zone of Utah and Nevada.  PDF
A.T. Bleak, R.E. Frischknecht
Vol 7, No 6 (November 1954) Preference Ratings for Winter Deer Forages from Northern Utah Ranges Based on Browsing Time and Forage Consumed.  PDF
A.D. Smith, R.L. Hubbard
Vol 52, No 2 (March 1999) Viewpoint: implications of spatial variability for estimating forage use. Abstract  PDF
E.W. Bork, S.J. Werner
Vol 44, No 5 (September 1991) Preference of wintering sage grouse for big sagebrush. Abstract  PDF
B.L. Welch, F.J. Wagstaff, J.A. Roberson
Vol 39, No 6 (November 1986) Vegetal change in the absence of livestock grazing, mountain brush zone, Utah.  PDF
D.D. Austin, P.J. Urness, R.A. Riggs
Vol 35, No 6 (November 1982) High and Low Sodium Biotypes of Fourwing Saltbush: Their Repsonses to Sodium and Potassium in Retorted Oil Shale.  PDF
S.G. Richardson
Vol 31, No 4 (July 1978) Effects of gully plugs and contour furrows on the soil moisture regime in the Cisco Basin, Utah.  PDF
G. Gifford, V.B. Hancock, G.B. Coltharp
Vol 22, No 5 (September 1969) Sagebrush Conversion to Grassland as Affected by Precipitation, Soil, and Cultural Practices.  PDF
L.M. Shown, F.A. Miller
Vol 15, No 1 (January 1962) The Effect of Range Condition And Intensity Of Grazing Upon Daily Intake And Nutritive Value of The Diet On Desert Ranges.  PDF
C.W. Cook, L.E. Taylor
Vol 4, No 3 (May 1951) The Echo-Chalk Creek Range Owners' Protective Association.  PDF
L. Wright
Vol 48, No 5 (September 1995) Long term change in vegetation following herbicide control of larkspur. Abstract  PDF
M.H. Ralphs
Vol 42, No 2 (March 1989) Crested wheatgrass growth and replacement following fertilization, thinning, and neighbor plant removal. Abstract  PDF
B.E. Olson, J.H. Richards
Vol 38, No 4 (July 1985) Forage use by cattle and sheep grazing separately and together on summer range in southwestern Utah.  PDF
G.B. Ruyle, J.E. Bowns
Vol 34, No 6 (November 1981) Guide a range curriculum with an educational needs assessment.  PDF
B.E. Norton, J.N. Eastmond
Vol 29, No 4 (July 1976) Soil moisture response to several levels of foliage removal on two Utah ranges.  PDF
J.C. Buckhouse, G.B. Coltharp
Vol 20, No 3 (May 1967) Effect of Grazing on Soil Compaction as Measured by Bulk Density on A HIgh Elevation Cattle Range.  PDF
W.A. Laycock, P.W. Conrad
Vol 11, No 5 (September 1958) A New Method of Determining Forage Cover and Production on Desert Shrub Vegetation.  PDF
C.J. Goebel, R.D. Debano
Vol 47, No 1 (January 1994) Impacts of mule deer and horse grazing on transplanted shrubs for revegetation. Abstract  PDF
D.D. Austin, P.J. Urness, S.L. Durham
Vol 41, No 2 (March 1988) Arthropod predation of black grass bugs (Hemiptera: Miridae) in Utah ranges.  PDF
J.E. Araya, B.A. Haws
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