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Hydrologic interrelationships with vegetation and soil as affected by selected livestock grazing systems and climate on the Edwards plateau



Hydrologic interrelationships with vegetation and soil as affected by selected livestock grazing systems and climate on the Edwards plateau



Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 46(5): 1412B-1413B



In 6-year studies on the Edwards Plateau, Texas, stocked with cattle, sheep and goats at a ratio of 50:25:25, moderate continuously grazed (MCG), high intensity low frequency grazed (HL) and livestock exclosure (LX) pastures demonstrated the ability to recover from droughts and maintain or improve infiltration rates, sediment production rates and midgrass relative dominance.

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