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Modeled soil erosion potential is low across California's annual rangelands
by Wilson B. Salls, Royce E. Larsen, David J. Lewis, Leslie M. Roche, Danny J. Eastburn, Allan D. Hollander, Mike Walkinshaw, Stephen R. Kaffka, Kenneth W. Tate, Anthony T. O'Geen

July-September 2018
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Practitioner perspectives on using nonnative plants for revegetation
by Elise Gornish, Elizabeth Brusati, Douglas W. Johnson

October-December 2016
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Healthy landscapes will help California to mitigate and adapt to climate change
by Ashley Conrad-Saydah

July-September 2015
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Californians must learn from the past and work together to meet the forest and fire challenges of the next century
by Susan Kocher

January-March 2015
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UC Cooperative Extension works with fire safe councils to reduce wildfires
by Glenn A. Nader, Michael De Lasaux

January-March 2015
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Predicting invasive plants in California
by Douglas W. Johnson, Elizabeth D. Brusati, Joseph M. DiTomaso

July-September 2014
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Standards vary in studies using rainfall simulators to evaluate erosion
by Mark Grismer

July-September 2012
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Forest and rangeland owners value land for natural amenities and as financial investment
by Shasta Ferranto, Lynn Huntsinger, Christy Getz, Gary Nakamura, William Stewart, Sabrina Drill, Yana Valachovic, Michael DeLasaux, Maggi Kelly

October-December 2011
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Hedgerows enhance beneficial insects on farms in California's Central Valley
by Lora Morandin, Rachael F. Long, Corin Pease, Claire Kremen

October-December 2011
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Coming Up in California Agriculture
Editors

July-September 2011
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Dry-season soil water repellency affects Tahoe Basin infiltration rates
by Erin C. Rice, Mark E. Grismer

July-September 2010
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Research fuels sustainable viticulture revolution
by Robin Meadows

October-December 2008
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Safe alternatives to replace invasives in California gardens
by Janet Byron

July-September 2008
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Letters
From our readers

July-September 2006
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Models clarify Tahoe clarity loss
by Robin Meadows

April-June 2006
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Erosion control reduces fine particles in runoff to Lake Tahoe
by Mark E. Grismer, A.L. Ellis

April-June 2006
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Cattle grazing has varying impacts on stream-channel erosion in oak woodlands
by Melvin R. George, Royce E. Larsen, Neil K. McDougald, Kenneth W. Tate, John D. Gerlach, Kenneth O. Fulgham

July-September 2004
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Plant species provide vital ecosystem functions for sustainable agriculture, rangeland management and restoration
by Valerie T. Eviner, F. Stuart Chapin

November-December 2001
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Survey identifies sediment sources in North Coast rangelands
by David J. Lewis, Kenneth W. Tate, John M. Harper, Julie Price

July-August 2001
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Science briefs
Editors

May-June 2001
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Modeling vineyard expansion, potential habitat fragmentation
by Emily Heaton, Adina M. Merenlender

May-June 2000
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How the GIS was used to map and quantify policy impacts
by Colin Brooks, Adina M. Merenlender

May-June 2000
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Wine growers face new complexities
by Jill Goetz

May-June 2000
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Timing, frequency of sampling affect accuracy of water-quality monitoring
by Kenneth W. Tate, Randy A. Dahlgren, Michael J. Singer, Barbara Allen-Diaz, Edward R. Atwill

November-December 1999
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Agriculture and the ecosystem: Partners for life
by W.R. Gomes

May-June 1999
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Ranchers plan to protect water quality
by John Stumbos

May-June 1999
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Geographic races may exist among perennial grasses
by Theodore E. Adams, Charles E. Vaughn, Peter B. Sands

March-April 1999
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Fire management may hinder biodiversity
by Robin Meadows

September-October 1996
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The small farm: It's innovative and persistent in a changing world
by Desmond A. Jolly

March-April 1993
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To control mealybugs, stop honeydew-seeking ants
by Phil A. Phillips, Cindy J. Sherk

March-April 1991
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Revegetation of serpentine soils: Difficult but not impossible
by Richard F. Smith, Burgess L. Kay

January-February 1986
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California conifers thrive in New Zealand
by Paul C. Smith

August-September 1980
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Wetting agents for erosion control on burned water sheds
by N. Valoras, J. F. Osborne, J. Letey

May 1974
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Hillside clearing and revegetation of Fire Hazard Areas
by Cyrus M. McKell, Vernon Stoutemyer, Lyle Pyeatt, Chester Perry, J. R. Goodin

December 1966
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Wind erosion control with chemical sprays
by J. Letey, D. E. Halsey, A. F. Van Maren, W. F. Richardson

October 1963
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