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Vol 55, No 6 (November 2002) The relationship between climate and Rothrock sagebrush colonization patterns. Abstract  PDF
K.M. Bauer, E.L. Berlow, C.M. D'Antonio
 
Vol 54, No 6 (November 2001) Suppression of annual bromes impacts rangeland: vegetation responses. Abstract  PDF
M.R. Haferkamp, R.K. Heitschmidt, E.E. Grings, M.D. MacNeil, M.G. Karl
 
Vol 54, No 2 (March 2001) Range research: the second generation. Abstract  PDF
J.A. Young, C.D. Clements
 
Vol 55, No 4 (July 2002) Monitoring a half-century of change in a hardwood rangeland. Abstract  PDF
K.L. Heise, A.M. Merenlender
 
Vol 53, No 5 (September 2000) Rotational stocking and production of Italian ryegrass on Argentinean rangelands. Abstract  PDF
E.J. Jacobo, A.M. Rodriguez, J.L. Rossi, L.P. Salgado, V.A. Deregibus
 
Vol 56, No 4 (July 2003) The economic logic of prescribed burning law and regulation. Abstract  PDF
J. Yoder, D.M. Engle, M. Tilley, S. Fuhlendorf
 
Vol 55, No 6 (November 2002) Selected factors affecting seedling recruitment of dalmatian toadflax. Abstract  PDF
M.J. Grieshop, R.M. Nowierski
 
Vol 54, No 6 (November 2001) Frequency grid--a simple tool for measuring grassland establishment. Abstract  PDF
K.P. Vogel, R.A. Masters
 
Vol 54, No 2 (March 2001) Economics and demographics constrain investment in Utah private grazing lands. Abstract  PDF
R. Peterson, D.L. Coppock
 
Vol 56, No 6 (November 2003) Empowering diversity: envisioning, designing, and developing range management science. Abstract  PDF
D.L. Scarnecchia
 
Vol 56, No 3 (May 2003) Biological and chemical response of a grassland soil to burning. Abstract  PDF
L.I. Picone, G. Quaglia, F.O. Garcia, P. Laterra
 
Vol 55, No 2 (March 2002) Vegetation responses following wildfire on grazed and ungrazed sagebrush semi-desert. Abstract  PDF
N.E. West, T.P. Yorks
 
Vol 57, No 4 (2004) Writing Book Reviews for the Journal Of Range Management and Rangelands Abstract  PDF
David L. Scarnecchia
 
Vol 54, No 5 (September 2001) Resilience of prickly burnet to management in east Mediterranean rangelands. Abstract  PDF
A. Perevolotsky, G. Ne'eman, R. Yonatan, Z. Henkin
 
Vol 56, No 5 (September 2003) Non-selective grazing impacts on soil-properties of the Nama Karoo. Abstract  PDF
P.C. Beukes, R.M. Cowling
 
Vol 53, No 4 (July 2000) Vegetation response to late growing-season wildfire on Nebraska Sandhills rangeland. Abstract  PDF
J.D. Volesky, S.B. Connot
 
Vol 13, No 4 (July 1960) Grass Management Pays Big Dividends.  PDF
H.L. Leithead
 
Vol 55, No 6 (November 2002) Predicting plant community response to picloram. Abstract  PDF
S.A. Kedzie-Webb, R.L. Sheley, J.J. Borkowski
 
Vol 14, No 3 (May 1961) Editorial: The Future of the American Society of Range Management.  PDF
F.G. Renner
 
Vol 2, No 1 (January 1949) Ranch Management.  PDF
H. Oliver
 
Vol 56, No 5 (September 2003) Water, nitrogen and ploidy effects on Russian wildrye mineral concentrations. Abstract  PDF
J.F. Karn, A.B. Frank, J.D. Berdahl, W.W. Poland
 
Vol 55, No 4 (July 2002) Shrub control and streamflow on rangelands: a process based viewpoint. Abstract  PDF
B.P. Wilcox
 
Vol 10, No 4 (July 1957) Range Management Education VI. A Rancher's View.  PDF
J.W. Southworth
 
Vol 56, No 3 (May 2003) Consumption and dispersion of mesquite seeds by ruminants. Abstract  PDF
C.L. Kneuper, C.B. Scott, W.E. Pinchak
 
Vol 7, No 3 (May 1954) Range Management-A World Problem.  PDF
Lt.Col. Diaz
 
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