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Vegetation and litter changes of a Nebraska sandhills prairie protected from grazing

, : Vegetation and litter changes of a Nebraska sandhills prairie protected from grazing. Journal of Range Management 37(1): 55-58

In 1977-80, changes in DM yields and litter accumulation were monitored following cessation of heavy grazing by cattle on 526 ha of Nebraska prairie.

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Accession: 001507057

DOI: 10.2307/3898824

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