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Achieving efficient use of rangeland resources: papers presented at the Fort Keogh Research Symposium, Miles City, Montana, September, Author: Richard S White ; Robert E Short ; Montana Agricultural Experiment Station. ELSEVIER Agriculture Ecosystems Environment Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 57 () A research framework to achieve sustainable use Achieving efficient use of rangeland resources book rangeland W.R.
Teague Texas A & M University Research Center, P.O. BoxVernon, TXUSA Accepted 16 December Abstract This paper presents a structured research design to achieve an economically viable and Cited by: This book will compliment applied range management textbooks by describing the conceptual foundation on which the rangeland profession is based.
the use of rangelands and range resources for a Author: David D. Briske. land resource planning (LRP), are tools for achieving the sustainable and efficient use of resources, taking into account biophysical and socio- economic Size: 1MB.
ural resources through appropriate grazing strategies. Speciﬁc strategies for sustainable rangeland management are covered below in the sections Prescribed grazing on rangeland and Developing a grazing Photo courtesy of USDA NRCS.
management plan on rangeland. Temperate pasture can be highly productive with proper grazing Size: 1MB. The emphasis on change is what distinguishes monitoring from rangeland inventories. Vegetation restoration is an important aspect in maintaining and improving rangelands. If rangelands have experienced degradation, there are several strategies that can be used to increase forage production, improved forage quality, and improve wildlife habitat.
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