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Aerial films and solar angles: influences on silver sagebrush inventory.
Viewpoint: replication, randomization, and statistics in range research.
Influence of Number and Spacing of Points on Accuracy and Precision of Basal Cover Estimates.
Statistical analyses for comparison of esophageal and hand-clipped samples from grazing trials.
Aerial Photography and Statistical Analysis for Studying Behaviour Patterns of Grazing Animals.
Plant distribution surrounding Rocky Mountain pinyon pine and oneseed juniper in south-central New Mexico.
Heterogeneity of data: implications for a variable federal grazing fee.
Sequential sampling of surface-minded land to assess reclamation.
Use of power curves to monitor range trend.
Viewpoint: improving range science through the appropriate use of statistics.