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Vol 44, No 4 (July 1991) Response of montane tall-forb communities to 2,4-D and mixtures of 2,4-D and picloram. Abstract  PDF
R.B. Murray, H.F. Mayland, G.E. Shewmaker
 
Vol 41, No 2 (March 1988) Simple pivot balance for measuring phytomass in quadrats.  PDF
D.E. Johnson, M.M. Borman, M. Be
 
Vol 52, No 4 (July 1999) Clipping effects on growth dynamics of Japanese brome. Abstract  PDF
M.R. Haferkamp, M.G. Karl
 
Vol 51, No 1 (January 1998) Defoliation and cold-hardiness of northern wheatgrass. Abstract  PDF
B.L. Kowalenko, J.T. Romo
 
Vol 49, No 2 (March 1996) Seasonal changes of herbage biomass on the fescue prairie. Abstract  PDF
W.D. Willms, B.W. Adams, J.F. Dormaar
 
Vol 46, No 2 (March 1993) Estimation of green herbaceous phytomass from Landsat MSS data in Yellowstone National Park. Abstract  PDF
E.H. Merrill, M.K. Bramble-Brodahl, R.W. Marrs, M.S. Boyce
 
Vol 43, No 5 (September 1990) Overstory-understory relations in pinyon-juniper woodlands in New Mexico.  PDF
R.D. Pieper
 
Vol 40, No 3 (May 1987) Nondestructive estimation of shortgrass aerial biomass.  PDF
S.C. Williamson, J.K. Detling, J.L. Dodd, M.I. Dyer
 
Vol 39, No 2 (March 1986) Impacts of black-tailed jackrabbits at peak population densities on sagebrush-steppe vegetation.  PDF
J.E. Anderson, M.L. Shumar
 
Vol 51, No 6 (November 1998) Heterogeneity in tall fescue pastures created and sustained by cattle grazing. Abstract  PDF
M.S. Cid, M.A. Brizuela
 
Vol 50, No 5 (September 1997) Influence of nitrogen on antelope bitterbrush seedling establishment. Abstract  PDF
J.A. Young, C.D. Clements, R.R. Blank
 
Vol 44, No 5 (September 1991) Interference between yellow starthistle and pubescent wheat-grass during grass establishment. Abstract  PDF
T.S. Prather, R.H. Callihan
 
Vol 42, No 1 (January 1989) Comparison of weight estimate and rising-plate meter methods to measure herbage mass of a mountain meadow.  PDF
E.A. Laca, M.W. Demment, J. Winckel, J.G. Kie
 
Vol 38, No 3 (May 1985) A floating quadrat.  PDF
G.W. Tanner, M.E. Drummond
 
Vol 52, No 6 (1999) Sequence grazing systems on the southern plains. Abstract  PDF
R.L. Gillen, W.A. Berg, C.L. Dewald, P.L. Sims
 
Vol 51, No 4 (July 1998) Grazing intensities, vegetation, and heifer gains: 55 years on shortgrass. Abstract  PDF
R.H. Hart, M.M. Ashby
 
Vol 49, No 6 (November 1996) Shifts in botanical composition of flatwoods range following fertilization. Abstract  PDF
R. Kalmbacher, F. Martin
 
Vol 48, No 1 (January 1995) Vegetation and soil response to grazing simulation on riparian meadows. Abstract  PDF
W.P. Clary
 
Vol 44, No 4 (July 1991) California oak-woodland overstory species affect herbage understory: management implications. Abstract  PDF
R.D. Ratliff, D.A. Duncan, S.E. Westfall
 
Vol 41, No 2 (March 1988) Some vegetation responses to selected livestock grazing strategies, Edwards Plateau, Texas.  PDF
T.L. Thurow, W.H. Blackburn, C.A. Taylor
 
Vol 52, No 3 (May 1999) Plant responses to defoliation and resource supplementation in the Pryor Mountains. Abstract  PDF
J.T. Fahnestock, J.K. Detling
 
Vol 51, No 1 (January 1998) Understory plant response to site preparation and fertilization of loblolly and shortleaf pine forests. Abstract  PDF
D.G. Brockway, G.L. Wolters, H.A. Pearson, R.E. Thill, V.C. Baldwin, A. Martin
 
Vol 49, No 1 (January 1996) Honey mesquite influences on Chihuahuan desert vegetation. Abstract  PDF
A. Warren, J. Holechek, M. Cardenas
 
Vol 46, No 2 (March 1993) Seasonal height-weight dynamics of western wheatgrass. Abstract  PDF
J.E. Mitchell, R. Elderkin, J.K. Lewis
 
Vol 40, No 3 (May 1987) 14- vs. 42-Paddock rotational grazing: aboveground biomass dynamics, forage production, and harvest efficiency.  PDF
R.K. Heitschmidt, S.L. Dowhower, J.W. Walker
 
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