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Vol 28, No 2 (March 1975) Winter injury to fourwing saltbush. Details   PDF
G.A. Van Epps
Vol 9, No 6 (November 1956) Winter Range and Livestock Wintering Practices on the Northern Great Plains. Details   PDF
B.A. Jahnke
Vol 5, No 2 (March 1952) Winter Range Utilization by Elk and Mule Deer in Southeastern Washinton. Details   PDF
H.K. Buechner
Vol 66, No 4 (2013) Winter Resource Selection by Mule Deer on the Wyoming–Colorado Border Prior to Wind Energy Development Abstract   PDF
Stephen L. Webb, Matthew R. Dzialak, Karl L. Kosciuch, Jeffrey B. Winstead
Vol 23, No 2 (March 1970) Winter sheep grazing and forage preference in southwestern Wyoming. Details   PDF
B.J. Harrison, A.P. Thatcher
Vol 34, No 2 (March 1981) Winter variation in nutrient and fiber content and in vitro digestibility of gambel oak (Quercus gambellii) and big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) from diversified sites in Colorado. Details   PDF
R.C. Kufeld, M. Stevens, D.C. Bowden
Vol 41, No 4 (July 1988) Winterfat diaspore morphology. Details   PDF
D.T. Booth
Vol 24, No 5 (September 1971) Winterfat seedlings emerge best from shallow seeding, moderately dry soil. Details   PDF
H.W. Springfield
Vol 25, No 6 (November 1972) Winterfat seeds undergo after-ripening. Details   PDF
H.W. Springfield
Vol 27, No 1 (January 1974) Winterfat seeds viable after 8 years refrigerated storage. Details   PDF
H.W. Springfield
Vol 3, No 2 (April 1950) With the Sections. Details   PDF
Vol 3, No 3 (July 1950) With the Sections. Details   PDF
Vol 66, No 5 (2013) Wolf (Canis lupus) Predation Impacts on Livestock Production: Direct Effects, Indirect Effects, and Implications for Compensation Ratios Abstract   PDF
Jordan R. Steele, Benjamin S. Rashford, Thomas K. Foulke, John A. Tanaka, David T. Taylor
Vol 27, No 5 (September 1974) Wood boring insect infestations in relation to mesquite cont rol practices. Details   PDF
D.N. Ueckert, H.A. Wright
Vol 4, No 6 (November 1951) Woodland Forage in the Arkansas Ozarks. Details   PDF
R.A. Read
Vol 44, No 5 (September 1991) Woody and herbaceous aboveground production of a Patagonian steppe. Abstract   PDF
R.J. Fernandez A, O.E. Sala, R.A. Golluscio
Vol 66, No 6 (2013) Woody Cover and Grass Production in a Mesquite Savanna: Geospatial Relationships and Precipitation Abstract   PDF
R. J. Ansley, M. Mirik, C. B. Heaton, X. B. Wu
Vol 24, No 4 (July 1971) Woody phreatophyte infestation of the middle Brazos River flood plain. Details   PDF
F.E. Busby, J.L. Schuster
Vol 59, No 2 (2006) Woody Plant Community in the Cross Timbers Over Two Decades of Brush Treatments Abstract   PDF
David M. Engle, Timbothy N. Bodine, J. F. Stritzke
Vol 35, No 3 (May 1982) Woody plant control in the Post Oak Savannah of Texas with hexazinone Herbicide. Details   PDF
C.J. Scifres
Vol 29, No 1 (January 1976) Woody plant invasion of unburned Kansas bluestem prairie. Details   PDF
T.B. Bragg, L.C. Hulbert
Vol 39, No 5 (September 1986) Woody plants reestablishment in modified pinyon-juniper woodlands, New Mexico. Details   PDF
K.E. Severson
Vol 66, No 3 (2013) Woody Vegetation Persistence and Disturbance in Central Texas Grasslands Inferred From Multidecadal Historical Aerial Photographs Abstract   PDF
Darrel B. Murray, Joseph D. White, Pamela Swint
Vol 56, No 2 (March 2003) Woody vegetation response to various burning regimes in South Texas. Abstract   PDF
Donald C. Ruthven III, Anthony W. Braden, Haley J. Knutson, James F. Gallagher, David R. Synatzske
Vol 57, No 4 (2004) Writing Book Reviews for the Journal Of Range Management and Rangelands Abstract   PDF
David L. Scarnecchia
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