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Can livestock be used as a tool to enhance wildlife habitat? 43rd annual meeting of the Society for Range Management. Reno, Nevada, Feb. 13th, 1990


, : Can livestock be used as a tool to enhance wildlife habitat? 43rd annual meeting of the Society for Range Management. Reno, Nevada, Feb. 13th, 1990. General Technical Report Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service ( RM-194): 123 pp.

These proceedings consist of 6 papers with the following titles: Summary: livestock grazing as a wildlife habitat management tool (K.E. Severson); Using livestock to manage wildlife habitat: some examples from California annual grassland and wet meadow communities (J.G. Kie and E.R. Loft); Livestock as manipulators of mule deer winter habitat in N. Utah (P.J. Urness); Using short duration grazing to accomplish wildlife habitat objectives (F.S. Guthery, C.A. DeYoung, F.C. Bryant and D.L.


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