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).
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Society for Range Management
Address: 
Society for Range Management
6901 S Pierce St Ste 225
Littleton, CO 80128
United States
Total Entries in Collection: 
3933

Records in Collection

Published: 2010
Listening to the Land: Immigrants and Sustainable Communities
Published: 2010
Learning Natural Resource Assessment Protocols: Elements for Success and Lessons From an International Workshop in Inner Mongolia, China
Published: 2010
Highlights: Rangeland Ecology andamp; Management, May 2010
Published: 2010
Launching the Counterattack: Interdisciplinary Deployment of Native-Plant Functional Traits for Repair of Rangelands Dominated by Invasive Annual Grasses
Published: 2009
Highlights: Rangeland Ecology andamp; Management, November 2009
Published: 2010
Essays of a Peripheral Mind: Elmer Gantry
Published: 2010
Inbreeding, Genetic Variation, and Invasiveness: The Strange Case of Bromus tectorum
Published: 2009
Are Changes in Species Composition on Central North Dakota Rangelands Due to Non-Use Management?
Published: 2010
Essays of a Peripheral Mind: Crystal Balls
Published: 2010
Listening to the Land: The Worth of our Work
Published: 2010
Browsing the Literature
Published: 2010
Managing for Biodiversity and Livestock: A scale-dependent approach for promoting vegetation heterogeneity in western Great Plains grasslands
Published: 2010
The Syrian Steppe: Past Trends, Current Status, and Future Priorities
Published: 2010
Rangeland Invasive Plant Management
Published: 2010
Speaking With People From the Past Within Our Profession: An interview with a former Secretary of the Interior
Published: 2010
Speaking With Species in Our Profession: An interview with a cow
Published: 2010
Amending Invasion With Carbon: After Fifteen Years, a Partial Success
Published: 2009
A Perspective: Ranching and farming systems could soon drastically change because of rising world population, depletion of water supplies, agricultural land loss to urbanization, fossil fuel depletion, and concerns about food health
Published: 2010
Browsing the Literature
Published: 2010
Highlights: Rangeland Ecology andamp; Management, January 2010
Published: 2010
Determining Drought on California锟铰™s Mediterranean-Type Rangelands, he Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program
Published: 2010
Evaluation of Feral Swine-Specific Feeder Systems
Published: 2010
Impacts of Invasive Plants on Australian Rangelands
Published: 2010
Listening to the Land: Work, Ranching, and HRM Disorders
Published: 2010
Letter to the Editor
Published: 2010
Restoring Competitors and Natural Enemies for Long-Term Control of Plant Invaders
Published: 2009
News Reports
Published: 2010
Highlights: Rangeland Ecology andamp; Management, March 2010
Published: 2009
Editor锟铰™s Note
Published: 2010
Ranch-Level Economic Impacts of Predation in a Range Livestock System
Published: 2010
Differences in Ponderosa Pine Isocupressic Acid Concentrations Across Space and Time
Published: 2010
Essays of a Peripheral Mind: Invasions of the Landscape Snatchers
Published: 2010
Browsing the Literature
Published: 2010
Listening to the Land: Our Voice for the Land
Published: 2010
Ecosystem Impacts of Exotic Plants Can Feed Back to Increase Invasion in Western US Rangelands
Published: 2009
Listening to the Land: Nature锟铰™s Meme Bank and Grazing Systems
Published: 2010
Special Issue Acknowledgments
Published: 2010
Cact璋�eas de Chihuahua: Tesoro Estal en Peligro de ExtinctionFondo Mixto-Conacyt, Gobierno del Estado, Chihuahua, Mexico, Lebgue Keleng Toutcha, Quintana Mart�†nez Gustavo (2010), 243
Published: 2010
Getting People on the Job
Published: 2006
Management at the edge of opportunity.
Published: 2010
Monitoring and Assessment Based on Ecological Sites
Published: 2010
Listening to the Land: Tracks Left While Muddling Through Overlapping Borders
Published: 2006
Management of rangeland and grazing-determination of stocking rates.
Published: 2010
The Role of Local Knowledge in State-and-Transition Model Development
Published: 2010
Potential Management Alternatives for Invaded Rangelands in the Northern Great Plains
Published: 2010
An Introduction to the Special Issue on Ecological Sites
Published: 2010
The Northern Great Plains as Viewed by the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Published: 2010
Relationship Awareness: How Managers Can Improve Employee Performance
Published: 2006
Grazing intensity guidelines.
Published: 2010
Listening to the Land: Somewhere Between Religion and Science