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Vol 20, No 1 (January 1967) Food Preference of Antelope and Domestic Sheep in Wyoming's Red Desert.  PDF
K.E. Severson, M. May
Vol 16, No 1 (January 1963) A Comparison of Line Intercepts and Random Point Frames for Sampling Desert Shrub Vegetation.  PDF
J.M. Brun, T.W. Box
Vol 11, No 4 (July 1958) Grazing Preference Comparisons of Six Native Grasses in the Mixed Prairie.  PDF
G.W. Tomanek, F.W. Martin
Vol 8, No 2 (March 1955) Sagebrush Seedling Production as Related to Time of Mechanical Eradication.  PDF
A.T. Bleak, W.G. Miller
Vol 4, No 1 (January 1951) Control of Orange Sneezeweed with 2,4-D.  PDF
C.W. Doran
Vol 52, No 5 (September 1999) Spotted knapweed, forb, and grass response to 2,4-D and N-fertilizer.  PDF
J.S. Jacobs, R.L. Sheley
Vol 50, No 6 (November 1997) Implications of rising atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration for rangelands. Abstract  PDF
H.W. Polley
Vol 48, No 1 (January 1995) Response of a mixed native warm-season grass planting to nitrogen fertilization. Abstract  PDF
W.A. Berg
Vol 43, No 3 (May 1990) Effect of soil water, nitrogen, and growing degree-days on morphological development of crested and western wheatgrass.  PDF
A.B. Frank, R.E. Ries
Vol 22, No 5 (September 1969) Pocket Gophers on Seeded Utah Mountain Range.  PDF
O. Julander, O.W. Low
Vol 18, No 5 (September 1965) Response of Sub-Irrigated Meadow Vegetation to Application of Nitrogen and Phosphorous Fertilizer.  PDF
J.S. Russell, D.F. Brouse
Vol 14, No 4 (July 1961) Responses of Four Grasses at Different Stages Of Growth to Various Temperature Regimes.  PDF
D.W. Rosenquist, D.H. Gates
Vol 9, No 6 (November 1956) From Brush to Grass to Dollars-Brushland Conversion in Arkansas.  PDF
C. Hiatt
Vol 52, No 1 (January 1999) A qualitative spatial model of hardwood rangeland state- and-transition dynamics. Abstract  PDF
R.E. Plant, M.P. Vayssieres, S.E. Greco, M.R. George, T.E. Adams
Vol 49, No 4 (July 1996) Effects of Flourensia cernua ingestion on nitrogen balance of sheep consuming tobosa. Abstract  PDF
D.W. King, E.L. Frederickson, R.E. Estell, K.M. Havstad, J.D. Wallace, L.W. Murray
Vol 47, No 3 (May 1994) Sixty-one years of secondary succession on rangelands of the Wyoming high plains. Abstract  PDF
M.J. Samuel, R.H. Hart
Vol 42, No 1 (January 1989) Cattle preferences for a hybrid grass: chemical and morphological relationships.  PDF
D.R. Truscott, P.O. Currie
Vol 21, No 2 (March 1968) Effects of 2 4-D on Emergence and Seedling Growth of Range Grasses.  PDF
G.J. Klomp, A.C. Hull Jr.
Vol 17, No 2 (March 1964) Differential Nitrogen Response of Annual and Perennial Grasses.  PDF
W.E. Martin, V.P. Pierce
Vol 13, No 2 (March 1960) Effect of Fertilization and Date of Planting on Establishment of Perennial Summer Grasses in South Central Oklahoma.  PDF
L.F. Thompson, C.C. Schaller
Vol 9, No 2 (March 1956) Cover Requirements for the Protection of Range Site and Biota.  PDF
B. Osborn
Vol 5, No 1 (January 1952) Three Grasses' Struggle for Supremacy on the Island of Molokai.  PDF
N.K. Carlson
Vol 51, No 2 (March 1998) Tallgrass prairie response to grazing system and stocking rate. Abstract  PDF
R.L. Gillen, F.T. III. McCollum, K.W. Tate, M.E. Hodges
Vol 48, No 6 (November 1995) Ecosystem changes associated with grazing intensity on the Punta Ninfas rangelands of Patagonia, Argentina. Abstract  PDF
A.M. Beeskow, N.O. Ellisalde, C.M. Rostagno
Vol 45, No 6 (November 1992) Range animal diet composition in southcentral Wyoming. Abstract  PDF
K.R. Ngugi, J. Powell, F.C. Hinds, R.A. Olson
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