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A Computerized Bibliography of Selected Sagebrush Species (Genus Artemisia) in Western North America



A Computerized Bibliography of Selected Sagebrush Species (Genus Artemisia) in Western North America



A Computerized Bibliography of Selected Sagebrush Species Genus Artemisia in Western North America: 111



This bibliography of sagebrush, covering the period from the late 1800's to 1980, deals with the plant ecology and management aspects of Artemisia, primarily the section Tridentatae. Emphasis is on grazing, control, revegetation, wildlife, and watershed literature.

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