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  1. Assessing big sagebrush at multiple spatial scales : an example in southeast Oregon.
    By: Karl, Michael G. - Sadowski, Jon. - National Science and Technology Center (U.S.) - National Science and Technology Center (U.S.). - United States.
    Publication info: [Denver, Colo. :Bureau of Land Management, National Science and Technology Center,[2005]
    Contributed by: Bureau of Land Management (archive.org)
    Subjects: Big sagebrush  Ecology  Habitat  Habitat (Ecology)  Oregon  Range ecology  Sage grouse  Sagebrush  Vegetation dynamics  Vegetation monitoring  
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  2. Guide to range plant community types and carrying capacity for the dry and central mixedwood subregions of Alberta : third approximation /
    By: Willoughby, Michael, - Alberta Land and Forest Services. - Alberta.
    Publication info: Edmonton :Alberta Environment, Forest Management Division ;2000.
    Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Alberta  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  Research natural areas  
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  3. Interpretation of trend in range condition from 3-step data /
    By: Reppert, Jack N. - Francis, Richard E. - Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)
    Publication info: Fort Collins, Colo. :Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,1973.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: Methodology  Plant communities  Range ecology  Range plants  Research  
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  4. Range plant community types and carrying capacity for the montane subregion : fifth approximation /
    By: Willoughby, Michael, - Adams, Barry W. - Alexander, Michael J. - Alberta.
    Edition: Rev.
    Publication info: Edmonton :Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Public Lands Division,2003.
    Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Alberta  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  Research natural areas  
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  5. Range plant community types and carrying capacity for the montane subregion : fourth approximation /
    By: Willoughby, Michael, - Alexander, Michael J. - Sundquist, Karen M. - Alberta Land and Forest Services.
    Publication info: Edmonton :Alberta Environment, Lands and Forest Services,2001.
    Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Alberta  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  Research natural areas  
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  6. Range plant community types and carrying capacity for the montane subregion : second approximation /
    By: Willoughby, Michael, - Alexander, Michael J. - Sundquist, Karen M. - Alberta Land and Forest Services.
    Publication info: Edmonton :Alberta Environmental Protection, Lands and Forest Services,1997.
    Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Alberta  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  Research natural areas  
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  7. Range plant community types and carrying capacity for the montane subregion : third approximation /
    By: Willoughby, Michael, - Alexander, Michael J. - Sundquist, Karen M. - Alberta Land and Forest Services.
    Publication info: Edmonton :Alberta Environmental Protection, Lands and Forest Services,1998.
    Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Alberta  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  Research natural areas  
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  8. Range plant community types and carrying capacity for the subalpine and alpine subregions : first approximation /
    By: Willoughby, Michael, - Alberta Land and Forest Services.
    Publication info: Edmonton :Alberta Environmental Protection, Lands and Forest Services,1999.
    Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Alberta  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  Research natural areas  
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  9. Range plant community types and carrying capacity for the subalpine and alpine subregions : second approximation /
    By: Willoughby, Michael, - Alexander, Michael J. - Alberta.
    Edition: Rev.
    Publication info: Edmonton :Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Public Lands Division,2003.
    Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Alberta  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  Research natural areas  
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  10. Range plant community types and carrying capacity for the upper foothills subregion : second approximation /
    By: Willoughby, Michael, - Smith, Darrell. - Alberta Land and Forest Services.
    Publication info: Edmonton :Alberta Environmental Protection, Lands and Forest Services,1997.
    Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Alberta  Foothills Region (Alta.)  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  Research natural areas  
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  11. Robustness of the point-line method for monitoring basal cover /
    By: Mitchell, John E. - Bonham, Charles D., - Brady, Ward W. - Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.) - United States.
    Publication info: Fort Collins, Colo. :USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station,1994.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: basal area  Colorado  Geographical distribution  Grasses  Inventories  Measurement  Models  Plant communities  Range ecology  Rangelands  USA  Vegetation  
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  12. Yellowstone's northern range : where nature takes its course.
    By: United States.
    Publication info: Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. :U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service,ca. 1998
    Contributed by: Harold B. Lee Library (archive.org)
    Subjects: Predation (Biology)  Range ecology  Wildlife management  Yellowstone National Park  
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