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Cattle grazing reduces fuel and leads to more manageable fire behavior
by Felix Ratcliff, Devii Rao, Sheila Barry, Shane Dewees, Luke Macaulay, Royce Larsen, Matthew Shapero, Rowan Peterson, Max Moritz, Larry Forero

April - September 2022
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Silviculture can facilitate repeat prescribed burn programs with long-term strategies
by Robert A. York, Jacob Levine, Daniel Foster, Scott Stephens, Brandon Collins

July-December 2021
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Integration of grazing and herbicide application improves management of barb goatgrass and medusahead in pasture and rangelands
by Travis M. Bean, Josh S. Davy, Guy B. Kyser, Elise S. Gornish

April-June 2021
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Burn permits need to facilitate – not prevent – “good fire” in California
by Ariel Roughton, Ryan Tompkins, Robert A. York, Susie Kocher

April-June 2020
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Prescribed fire gains momentum
by Lucien Crowder

January-March 2019
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Forest biomass diversion in the Sierra Nevada: Energy, economics and emissions
by Bruce Springsteen, Thomas Christofk, Robert A. York, Tad Mason, Stephen Baker, Emily Lincoln, Bruce Hartsough, Takuyuki Yoshioka

July-September 2015
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Thinning treatments had minimal effect on soil compaction in mixed-conifer plantations
by Robert A. York, Richard K. Keller, Ariel C. Thomson

July-September 2015
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Post-fire vegetation dynamics of a sagebrush steppe community change significantly over time
by Sara K. Hanna, Kenneth O. Fulgham

January-March 2015
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MAINTAINING LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT: Herbicide-resistant weeds challenge some signature cropping systems
by Bradley D. Hanson, Steven Wright, Lynn M. Sosnoskie, Albert J. Fischer, Marie Jasieniuk, John A. Roncoroni, Kurt J. Hembree, Steve Orloff, Anil Shrestha, Kassim Al-Khatib

October-December 2014
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Sidebar: Importance of herbicide resistance in weeds of natural areas
by Joseph M. DiTomaso

October-December 2014
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Juniper removal may not increase overall Klamath River Basin water yields
by Timothy J. Kuhn, Kenneth W. Tate, David Cao, Melvin R. George

October-December 2007
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Managed grazing and seedling shelters enhance oak regeneration on rangelands
by Douglas D. McCreary, Melvin R. George

October-December 2005
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Carefully timed burning can control barb goatgrass
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Kerry L. Heise, Guy B. Kyser, Adina M. Merenlender, Robert J. Keiffer

November-December 2001
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Hopland celebrates 50 years of rangeland research
by Robin Meadows

November-December 2001
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Watershed research examines rangeland management effects on water quality
by Randy A. Dahlgren, Kenneth W. Tate, David J. Lewis, Edward R. Atwill, John M. Harper, Barbara H. Allen-Diaz

November-December 2001
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Live oak saplings survive prescribed fire and sprout
by William D. Tietje, Justin K. Vreeland, William H. Weitkamp

March-April 2001
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Integrated strategies offer site-specific control of yellow starthistle
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Steven F. Enloe, Guy B. Kyser, Steve B. Orloff

November-December 2000
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Past forest management promoted root disease in Yosemite Valley
by Garey W. Slaughter, David M. Rizzo

May-June 1999
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Agriculture and the ecosystem: Partners for life
by W.R. Gomes

May-June 1999
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Clipping chamise reduces brush fire hazard
by Theodore E. Adams, Peter B. Sands

May-June 1999
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Fighting fire with fire science
by Jill Goetz

May-June 1999
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New growth regulator herbicide provides excellent control of yellow starthistle
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Guy B. Kyser, Steve B. Orloff, Stephen F. Enloe, Glenn A. Nader

March-April 1999
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Success of mowing to control yellow starthistle depends on timing and plant's branching form
by Carri B. Benefield, Joseph M. DiTomaso, Guy B. Kyser, Steve B. Orloff, Kenneth R. Churches, Daniel B. Marcum, Glenn A. Nader

March-April 1999
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Oak woodlands harbor greatest biodiversity
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November-December 1997
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Vertebrates diverse and abundant in well-structured oak woodland
by William D. Tietje, Justin K. Vreeland

November-December 1997
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Fire management may hinder biodiversity
by Robin Meadows

September-October 1996
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Harvesting forest biomass reduces wildfire fuel
by Gary Nakamura

March-April 1996
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Litter production by bigtrees and associated species
by H. H. Biswell, R. P. Gibbens, Hayle Buchanan

September 1966
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