Rangelands (SRM)

Rangelands, a publication of the Society for Range Management, serves as a forum for the presentation and discussion of facts, ideas, and philosophies pertaining to the study, management, and use of rangelands. The journal features scientific and historical articles as well as Society news. It provides readers with scientifically accurate information in a user-friendly format, placed in context of the world we live in today. Rangelands is a practical (non-technical) counterpart of Rangeland Ecology & Management (formerly the Journal of Range Management). The Global Rangelands collection includes articles from Rangelands up to 3 years from the current year. Access to more recent content is available by subscription from BioOne and the Society for Range Management and may also be available at your local university library. 
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Society for Range Management
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Society for Range Management
6901 S Pierce St Ste 225
Littleton, CO 80128
United States
Total Entries in Collection: 
2472

Records in Collection

Published: 2017
R angeland professionals are passionate about rangelands, and they want people in their com- munities to know what rangelands are and the many resources rangelands offer. Teachers are equally passionate about helping their students become good...
Published: 2003
Viewpoint from 25 Years Ago.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v25i1_bartolome
Published: 1980
Published: 2011
Low-Input Grassfed Livestock Production in the American West: Case Studies of Ecological, Economic, and Social Resilience DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v33i2_barnes
Published: 2006
Browsing the literature.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v28i6_mosley
Published: 2000
Perspectives: science in rangeland management.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v22i4_marlow
Published: 2013
Sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) is an important forage in some parts of the southeastern United States. An introduced legume that thrives in soils of low fertility, older varieties of sericea introduced in the tallgrass prairie region of the...
Published: 2005
Youth, sense of place, and land care professionals.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v27i4_box
Published: 1983
Published: 2003
An Analysis of the Journal of Range Management: Report of the SRM Task Force.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v25i3_srm
Published: 2008
Essays of a Peripheral MindDOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v30i5_havstad
Published: 2013
Organisms and landscapes are ever in the process of creating relationships in which all things incessantly arise, transform, and vanish. In such environments, organisms don’t survive by merely adapting to where they live. Instead, they actively...
Published: 1986
Published: 2017
Fire suppression in ecosystems that have evolved in the presence of fire, together with the occurrence of other natural and anthropogenic processes, has resulted in the conversion of many grasslands and savannas to woodlands. From an ecological...
Published: 1995
Published: 2001
The next profit source: waterfowl on rangelands may offer landowners added value.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v23i3_covey
Published: 2007
The 61st Annual SRM Meeting and Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky, will be a joint meeting with the American Forage and Grasslands Council (AFGC), January 26?31, 2008.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v29i4_srm3
Published: 2002
Short duration grazing research in Africa.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v24i4_joseph
Published: 2014
Over the last 15 years, rangeland professionals have undertaken a monumental effort to develop the Ecological Site Description (ESD) database as part of a disciplinary move toward a more dynamic platform for rangeland management. At the heart of the...
Published: 2009
Speaking With Plants in Our Profession: An interview with Mountain Death Camas, Zigadenus elegans (Pursh)DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v31i1_srm
Published: 2014
History of Rangeland Management in California DOI: 10.2458/azu_rangelands_v36i5_praplan
Published: 2000
Guarding against invaders: remote sensing on the range.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v22i4_boswell
Published: 2013
Imagine a country about the size of the United States completely surrounded by water. About 85% of the people in that country live within 30 miles of the shoreline. Most of the remaining live in isolated communities or small cities where water is...
Published: 2005
Frasier's philosophy.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v27i4_frasier
Published: 1990
Published: 1992
Published: 2003
Two Companies - One Goal.DOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v25i2_truax
Published: 2008
Simplifying Ecological Site Verification, Rangeland Health Assessments, and MonitoringDOI:10.2458/azu_rangelands_v30i6_herrick
Published: 1980