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The effects of livestock grazing on riparian and stream ecosystems


, : The effects of livestock grazing on riparian and stream ecosystems. Fisheries (Bethesda) 16(1): 7-11


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Platts, W.S., 1980: Livestock grazing and riparian/stream ecosystems. Streams modified by livestock grazing are wider and shallower. Generally, they have channels that contain more fine sediment, streambanks that are more unstable, banks that are less undercut, and higher summer water temperatures than natural strea...

Busby, F.E., 1979: Riparian and stream ecosystems, livestock grazing, and multiple-use management. Data are presented from the US Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management showing forage consumption, land condition classes, and trends in use or western rangelands from 1935 to 1975. Management for trout is discussed.

Armour, C.; Duff, D.; Elmore, W., 1994: The effects of livestock grazing on western riparian and stream ecosystem. Fisheries 12

Moyer Douglas L.; Dahm Clifford N.; Valett H.M.urice; Thibault James R.; Marshall Michael C., 1998: Effects of livestock grazing on morphology, hydrology, and nutrient retention in four southwestern stream ecosystems. American Water Resources Association Technical Publication Series TPS: 397-408. 1998.

Platts, Ws, 1984: Compatibility of livestock grazing strategies with riparian-stream systems. Range watersheds riparian zones and economics: interrelationships in management and use: Proceedings 1984 Pacific Northwest Range Management Short Course Oregon State University: 4

Belsky, A.J.; Matzke, A.; Uselman, S., 1999: Survey of livestock influences on stream and riparian ecosystems in the western United States. The major effects of livestock grazing on stream and riparian ecosystems in the arid West were evaluated. Peer-reviewed, experimental studies, in addition to comparative studies of grazed versus naturally or historically protected areas, were anal...

Anonymous, 1979: Proceedings of the forum - grazing and riparian/stream ecosystems at Denver, Colorado November 3-4, 1978. The forum was sponsored by 13 official and unofficial US organizations concerned with fishing and sporting interests, wildlife conservation, cattle and sheep grazing, land and range management and environmental protection. It was concerned with th...

Lunt, I., D.; Eldridge, D., J.; Morgan, J., W.; Witt, G.B.add, 2007: A framework to predict the effects of livestock grazing and grazing exclusion on conservation values in natural ecosystems in Australia. Grazing by domestic livestock has greatly degraded many Australian ecosystems and its legacy will be longlasting in many areas. Although livestock are usually removed from conservation reserves because they are perceived to be incompatible with t...

Krueper, Dj, 1996: Effects of livestock management on southwestern riparian ecosystems. Desired future conditions for Southwestern riparian ecosystems: bringing interests and concerns together September 18-22-1995 Albuquerque New Mexico 301

Platts, Ws, 1981: Effects of sheep grazing on a riparian-stream environment. A stream section in a meadow receiving high intensity grazing from sheep was almost five times as wide and only one-fifth as deep (average) as an adjoining stream section where the meadow received light or no grazing. In the heavily grazed area, u...