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Vol 53, No 1 (January 2000) Policy prospects for brush control to increase off-site water yield. Abstract  PDF
T.L. Thurow, A.P. Thurow, M.D. Garriga
 
Vol 54, No 5 (September 2001) Principles and practices for managing rangeland invasive plants. Abstract  PDF
R.A. Masters, R.L. Sheley
 
Vol 57, No 1 (2004) Viewpoint: Stochastic research, management implications, and the Journal of Range Management Abstract  PDF
David L. Scarnecchia
 
Vol 4, No 5 (September 1951) Editorial: Our Range Management Schools.  PDF
H.F. Heady
 
Vol 4, No 5 (September 1951) Extension Practices for Range Management at Abilene Christian College, Abilene, Texas.  PDF
F.M. Churchill
 
Vol 10, No 6 (1957) More Income for the Polacca Stockgrowers Through Good Range Management.  PDF
Polacca Stockgrowers. Association, C. Pitrat
 
Vol 11, No 4 (July 1958) Management Aspects of Range Management.  PDF
C.C. Boykin, R.J. Hildreth
 
Vol 7, No 1 (January 1954) Range Resources and Their Management in British Columbia.  PDF
E.W. Tisdale, S.E. McLean
 
Vol 4, No 3 (May 1951) A Challenge to Stockmen and Range Officials: Presidential Address-Fourth Annual Meeting American Society of Range Management Billings, Montana, January 23-25, 1951.  PDF
D.A. Savage
 
Vol 55, No 6 (November 2002) Viewpoint: the ecological value of shrub islands on disturbed sagebrush rangelands. Abstract  PDF
W.S. Longland, S.L. Bateman
 
Vol 53, No 3 (May 2000) Elk presence inside various-sized cattle exclosures. Abstract  PDF
J.A. Gross, J.E. Knight
 
Vol 56, No 3 (May 2003) Fall grazing affects big game forage on rough fescue grasslands. Abstract  PDF
J.J. Short, J.E. Knight
 
Vol 56, No 4 (July 2003) Defoliation impacts on Festuca campestris (Rydb.) plants exposed to wildfire. Abstract  PDF
A.D. Bogen, E.W. Bork, W.D. Willms
 
Vol 53, No 5 (September 2000) A method for estimating cattle fecal loading on rangeland watersheds. Abstract  PDF
K.W. Tate, E.R. Atwill, N.K. McDougald, M.R. George, D. Witt
 
Vol 56, No 1 (January 2003) Lessons in developing successful invasive weed control programs. Abstract  PDF
G.L. Anderson, E.S. Delfosse, N.R. Spencer, C.W. Prosser, R.D. Richard
 
Vol 54, No 2 (March 2001) Vegetation and water yield dynamics in an Edwards Plateau watershed. Abstract  PDF
X.B. Wu, E.J. Redeker, T.L. Thurow
 
Vol 55, No 2 (March 2002) Northern dry mixed prairie responses to summer wildlife and drought. Abstract  PDF
C. Erichsen-Arychuk, E.W. Bork, A.W. Bailey
 
Vol 55, No 2 (March 2002) Elk management strategies and profitability of beef cattle ranches. Abstract  PDF
W.L.F. Torstenson, M.W. Tess, J.E. Knight
 
Vol 4, No 5 (September 1951) Editorial: The Value of Student Membership in the American Society of Range Management.  PDF
J.B. Elder
 
Vol 54, No 1 (January 2001) Range condition, tenure, management, and bio-physical relationships in Sonora, Mexico. Abstract  PDF
J.A. Coronado-Quintana, M.P. McClaran
 
Vol 55, No 1 (January 2002) Rangeland management under uncertainty: a conceptual approach. Abstract  PDF
A.A. Batabyal, E.B. Godfrey
 
Vol 55, No 3 (May 2002) Ecological relationships between poisonous plants and rangeland condition: a review. Abstract  PDF
M.H. Ralphs
 
Vol 55, No 3 (May 2002) Snakeweed: poisonous properties, livestock losses, and management considerations. Abstract  PDF
K.C. McDaniel, T.T. Ross
 
Vol 3, No 1 (January 1950) Some Problems in the Development of a Range Management Extension Program.  PDF
M.H. Saunderson, E.A. Starch
 
Vol 53, No 1 (January 2000) Range research in the far western United States: the first generation. Abstract  PDF
J.A. Young
 
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