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Herbivory by wild and domestic ungulates in the intermountain west
(WSU Press, 2001)
Management of wild ungulates is seldom undertaken with a focus on the effects on forest health and productivity but rather focusing on populations of the ungulates and their habitat needs. Consequently, only limited research ...
The effects of spring burning and grass seeding in forest clearcuts on native plants and conifer seedlings in coastal Washington
(WSU Press, 2002)
Seeding clearcuts with grasses and legumes is used to increase ungulate forage, reduce browsing on seedlings, reduce competition with seedlings, or control erosion, but the effects on native plants and conifer seedlings ...