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2022

Copeland, Stella M et al. Stomatal Conductance Relates To Sagebrush Transplant Survival Across Planting Season And Size-Class. Rangeland Ecology & Management 80 (2022): 26 - 30. Web. Rangeland Ecology & Management.
Bates, Jonathan D, and Kirk W Davies. Early Succession Following Prescribed Fire In Low Sagebrush (Artemisia Arbuscula Var. Arbuscula) Steppe. Western North American Naturalist 82.1 (2022): 50-66. Web. Western North American Naturalist.
Wollstein, Katie et al. Minimize The Bad Days: Wildland Fire Response And Suppression Success. Rangelands 44.3 (2022): 187 - 193. Web. Rangelands.
Andrew, Nigel R et al. What's Hot And What's Not – Identifying Publication Trends In Insect Ecology. Austral Ecology 47.1 (2022): 5 - 16. Web. Austral Ecology.
Wollstein, Katie et al. Toward Integrated Fire Management To Promote Ecosystem Resilience. Rangelands 44.3 (2022): 227 - 234. Web. Rangelands.
Davies, Kirk W et al. Using Postfire Spatial Variability To Improve Restoration Success With Seeded Bitterbrush. Rangeland Ecology & Management 83 (2022): 117 - 123. Web. Rangeland Ecology & Management.
Arispe, Sergio A et al. Strategic Partnerships To Leverage Small Wins For Fine Fuels Management. Rangeland Ecology & Management 85 (2022): 66 - 75. Web. Rangeland Ecology & Management.
Smith, Joseph T et al. The Elevational Ascent And Spread Of Exotic Annual Grass Dominance In The Great Basin, Usa. Diversity and Distributions 28.1 (2022): 83 - 96. Web. Diversity And Distributions.
Schroeder, V. et al. Weather Explains Differences In Sagebrush-Obligate Songbird Nest Success Under Various Grazing Regimes. Global Ecology and Conservation 34 (2022): e02010. Web. Global Ecology And Conservation.
Johnson, Dustin D et al. Ratcheting Up Resilience In The Northern Great Basin. Rangelands 44.3 (2022): 200 - 209. Web. Rangelands.
Boyd, Chad S et al. Virtual Fencing Effectively Excludes Cattle From Burned Sagebrush Steppe. Rangeland Ecology & Management 81 (2022): 55 - 62. Web. Rangeland Ecology & Management.
Davies, Kirk W et al. Off-Season Grazing Reduces Exotic Annual Grasses And Increases A Native Bunchgrass. Oregon Cattleman March (2022): 30-33. Web. Oregon Cattleman.
Davies, Kirk W et al. What Is Driving The Proliferation Of Exotic Annual Grasses In Sagebrush Communities? Comparing Fire With Off-Season Grazing. Rangeland Ecology & Management 82 (2022): 76 - 85. Web. Rangeland Ecology & Management.
Thomas, T.W. et al. Effects Of A Decade Of Grazing Exclusion On Three Wyoming Big Sagebrush Community Types. Global Ecology and Conservation 40 (2022): e02338. Web. Global Ecology And Conservation.

2021

Copeland, Stella M et al. Improving Restoration Success Through A Precision Restoration Framework. Restoration Ecology 79.2 (2021): n. pag. Web. Restoration Ecology.
Wardropper, Chloe B et al. Improving Rangeland Climate Services For Ranchers And Pastoralists With Social Science. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 52 (2021): 82 - 91. Web. Current Opinion In Environmental Sustainability.
Wisdom, Michael et al. Ungulate Grazing Relationships With Riparian Restoration: Meadow Creek Experiment. National Stream and Aquatic Ecology Center Summer 2021 (2021): 1-8. Print. National Stream And Aquatic Ecology Center.
Holfus, Corinna M et al. Preemergent Herbicide Protection Seed Coating: A Promising New Restoration Tool. Rangeland Ecology & Management 76 (2021): 95-99. Web. Rangeland Ecology & Management.
Barnard, D.M. et al. Are Drought Indices And Climate Data Good Indicators Of Ecologically Relevant Soil Moisture Dynamics In Drylands?. Ecological Indicators 133.December 2021 article 108379 (2021): n. pag. Web. Ecological Indicators.