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PUBLICATIONS 1995 thru 2005

 

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1995

Rangeland can improve with grazing

Kathryn Barry Stelljes

Ag Research 43(9) September 1995
Historic Expansion of Juniperus Occidentalis (Western Juniper) in Southeastern Oregon.

Rick Miller and Jeffery A. Rose

Great Basin Naturalist 55(1)37-45. January 1995

Gas Exchange and water relations of Lemmon's willow and Nebraska sedge.

Tony J. Svejcar and James D. Trent

JRM 48:121-125. March 1995
EOARC, Annual Report, 1995. (Special Report 948) June 1995

  • a. Svejcar, Tony, and Roger L. Sheley

Alternative approaches to rangeland management

  • b. Rose, Jeff, and Rick Miller

Changes in an ungrazed Wyoming big sagebrush plant community over three years of different rainfall

  • c. Miller, Rick, Tony Svejcar, Lee Eddleman, Jon Bates, Kara Paintner, and Jeff Rose

Western Juniper woodland program

  • d. Angell, Ray, Dave Nixon, and Roxane Barton

Drought effects on Southeastern Oregon native meadows

  • e. Sheehy, Dennis P., William Krueger, and John Williams

Enhancing upland rangelands to mitigate impact of ungulate grazing on critical watersheds

  • f. Sheehy, Dennis P.

Ungulate management to enhance a grazed seasonal rangeland ecosystem

  • g. Sheehy, Dennis P.

Calibrating nutrient content of elk diets using near infra-red spectroscopy (NIRS) Techniques

  • h. Turner, Harley A., and P.D. Whanger

Mineral status of steers in Eastern Oregon

  • i. Angell, Ray, Roxane Barton, and Tim DelCurto

Energy Supplementation for cattle grazing native meadows

  • j. Nunn, Calvin, Harley A. Turner, and Dan Drake

Effect of selenium on feed efficiency of steers wintered on selenium deficient hay

  • k. Nunn, Calvin, Harley A. Turner, Phillip Whanger, and Robert Van Saun

Effect of vitamin E and selenium injections on scours, plasma copper concentration, and immune

status of newborn beef calves

  • l. DelCurto, Tim, Teena Tibbs, and Roxane Barton

The influence of physical modification and supplementation strategies of grass seed straw on beef cattle

intake, feed efficiency, and performance

  • m. DelCurto, Tim, Christiph Weder, Tony Svejcar, Roxane Barton, and Alison Early

The influence of supplemental alfalfa quality on the intake and utilization of low-quality roughage

by beef cattle with varying levels of protein requirements

  • n. Sheehy, Dennis P., and Ron Slater

Applying grazing management strategies to mitigate elk impacts on agricultural land

  • o. Ganskopp, David, and Ruben Cruz

I’m new here, what’s good to eat?: Naive cattle and new forages


EOARC, Field Day Report, 1995. (Special Report 951) June 1995

  • a. Tibbs, Teena M., T. DelCurto, M. McInnis, A.R. Tiedemann, and T.M. Quigley

Influence of electronic diversion from riparian areas on livestock grazing behavior nutritional physiology,

stress physiology, and performance

  • b. Johnson, Doug E., N.R. Harris, S. du Plessis, and T.M. Tibbs

Mapping and analysis of Catherine Creek using remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS)

  • c. Kauffman, J. Boone

An ecological basis for the management and recovery of riparian zones

  • d. Buckhouse, John C.

Lessons learned concerning livestock in riparian zones and the associated uplands of
rangeland watersheds


Free-ranging angora goats: left- or right-handed tendencies while grazing?

David Ganskopp

Applied Animal Behavior Science 43:141-146. January 1995

Technology Transfer: Who Uses Information About Rangelands and Why?

Tony Svejcar, Joel Brown, and Mike Connor

Rangelands 17(3), June 1995

The Effects of Aboveground and Belowground Competition on Understory Species

Composition in a Pinus ponderosa Forest.

Gregg M. Riegel, Richard F. Miller, and William C. Krueger

Forest Science, Vol. 41, No. 4, pp. 864-889. November 1995

Soil Genesis and Morphology of a Montane Meadow in the Northern Sierra Nevada Range

R.R. Blank, T.J. Svejcar, and G.M. Riegel

Soil Sciences Vol. 160, No. 2, pp. 136-152. August 1995

Cattle Grazing a Riparian Mountain Meadow: Effects of Low and Moderate Stocking

Density on Nutrition, Behavior, Diet Selection, and Plant Growth Response.

S.A. Huber, M.B. Judkins, L.J. Krysl, T.J. Svejcar, B.W. Hess, and D.W. Holcombe

Journal of Animal Science 73:3752-3765. August 1995

Potential for woody plant control by Spanish goats in the sagebrush steppe

B. Fajemisin, D. Ganskopp, R. Cruz, M. Vavra

Small Ruminant Research 20:99-107. August 1995

The Influence of Energy Supplementation on Performance, Digestive Kinetics and

Intake of Cattle Grazing Native Flood Meadows in Eastern Oregon.

R. Angell, R. Bailey, and T. DelCurto

Proceedings Western Section ASAS Vol. 46, August 1995

Public Land and Natural Resource Issues Confronting Animal Scientists and Livestock Producers.

Martin Vavra

Proceedings of the “Role of Animal Science in Natural Resource Management”, 87th ASAS Annual Mtg, July 1995

1996

Ungulate foraging areas on seasonal rangeland in northeastern Oregon.

Dennis P. Sheehy and Martin Vavra

JRM 49(1)16-23. January 1996

Preferences of Angora goats for eight selections of grasses used for reclamation

of Great Basin rangelands.

D. Ganskopp, L. Richman, D. Johnson, R. Angell, R. Cruz

Small Ruminant Research 19:103-112. January 1996

Sustainability of Animal Production Systems: An Ecological Perspective.

M. Vavra

Journal of Animal Science 1996. 74:1418-1423. February 1996

What Are Working Groups and Why Should Scientists Be Involved

Tony Svejcar

Weed Technology. 1996. 10:451-454 June 1996

Improving Elk Habitat Characteristics with Livestock Grazing

M. Vavra and D. Sheehy

Rangelands 18(5), October 1996

Short and Long-Term Reproductive Responses of Heifers Fed Different Nutritional Regimes Pre-and

Post-Breeding.

Shelby Filley, R.K. Bailey, H.A. Turner, and T. DelCurto

Proceedings, Western Section, ASAS, Vol. 47:273-276.

Oregon Ag. Exp. Sta. Tech Paper 10:971 1996

Succession Rangeland Weed Management

R.L. Sheley, T.J. Svejcar, B.D. Maxwell, and J.S. Jacobs

Rangelands 18:155-159 August 1996

A Theoretical Framework for Developing Successional Weed Management Strategies on Rangeland

Roger L. Sheley, Tony J. Svejcar, and Bruce D. Maxwell

Weed Technology. Volume 10:766-773 1996

1997

Streamside Vegetation Regrowth After Clipping

G. Sheeter and T. Svejcar

Rangelands 19(1)30-31. February 1997

Relationships among variables indexing selective grazing behavior of goats

D. Ganskopp, R. Cruz, and B. Fajemisin

Applied Animal Behaviour Science 51 (1997) 75-85. February 1997

Crested wheatgrass and shrub response to continuous or rotational grazing.

R. F. Angell

JRM 50(2):160-164 March 1997


Management of Perennial Pepperweed (tall whitetop).
Special Report 972. April 1997

  • a. Sheley, Roger

Integrated weed management

  • b. Blank Robert, and James Young

Influence of invasion of perennial Pepperweed on soil properties

c. Wotring, Shay, Debra Palmquist, and James Young

Perennial Pepperweed rooting characteristics

d. Birdsall, Jenny, Chuck Quimby, Tony Svejcar, and James Young

Potential for Biocontrol of perennial Pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium L.)

  • e. Cox, Taylor

Perennial Pepperweed Idaho

  • f. Young, James, Debra Palmquist, and Robert blank

Herbicidal control of perennial Pepperweed (Lepidium latifoloum) in Nevada

  • g. Baker, J.L. (Lars)

Control of perennial Pepperweed in Wyoming

  • h. Kilbride, Kevin, Fred Paveglio, David Pyke, Margaret Laws, and Joel David

Use of integrated pest management of restore meadows infested with perennial Pepperweed at

Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Southeastern Oregon.

  • i. Reid, Chad r., B. Allen Rasmussen, and Steven Dewey

Managing perennial Pepperweed in Uintah County, Utah

  • j. Svejcar Tony

Proceedings summary and suggestions for future work.



Gas exchange of Idaho fescue in response to defoliation and grazing history

P.S. Doescher, T.J. Svejcar, and R.G. Jaindl

JRM 50:285-289. 1997


EOARC, Field Day Report, 1997. Special Report 979

The Sagebrush Steppe: Sustainable Working Environments.

  • a. McInnis, Michael L., and Martin Vavra

Dining out: Principles of range cattle nutrition

  • b. Angell, Raymond

Mixing and matching: Grazing wet meadows and desert range

  • c. DelCurto, Tim, and Martin Vavra

Management of beef cattle for economic sustainability: A review of research

  • d. Willis, Mitchell J.

Livestock systems complementary or compatible with wildlife

e. Ganskopp, Dave, Ruben Cruz, Tony Svejcar, Jerry Farstvedt, and Fred Taylor

Selective livestock grazing: A tool for vegetation management

  • f. Eddleman, Lee E.

Sustainable restoration

  • g. Miller, Rick, and Jeff Rose

Fire history and juniper expansion in Southeastern Oregon.

  • h. Svejcar, Tony, Herman Mayeux, and Raymond Angell

The rangeland carbon flux project



Riparian Zones: 1) What Are They and How Do They Work?

Tony Svejcar

Rangelands 19(4):4-7. 1997


Riparian Zones: 2) History and Human Impacts
Tony Svejcar

Rangelands 19(4)8-12. 1997


The Rangeland Carbon Dioxide Flux Project

Tony Svejcar, Herman Mayeux, and Ray Angell

Rangelands 19:16-18. October 1997

Preferences and behavior of cattle grazing 8 varieties of grasses

David Ganskopp, Bill Myers, Scott Lambert, and Ruben Cruz

JRM 50(6):578-586 November 1997

1998

An Ecological Perspective of Livestock Grazing

Martin Vavra

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Animal Production

Under Grazing. Universidade Federal de Vicosa, M.G., Brazil. pp. 333-348. 1998

Spatial pattern of gas exchange for montane moist meadow species

Tony Svejcar and Gregg M. Riegel

Journal of Vegetation Science 9:85-94 1998

Thurber needlegrass: Seasonal defoliation effects on forage quantity and quality.

David Ganskopp

JRM 51(3):276-281 May 1998

Seasonal preferences of steers for prominent northern Great Basin grasses.

Ruben Cruz and David Ganskopp

JRM 51(5):557-565 September 1998

Special Report 994: A Catherine Creek Study – Perspectives, 1995-1998. September 1998.

  • a. Johnson, D.E., N.R. Harris, S. du Plessis, and T.M. Tibbs

Mapping and analysis of Catherine Creed using remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS)

  • b. Li, H.W., J. B. Kauffman, R.L. Beschta, and B.A. McIntosh

The relationship of cattle and salmon redds at Catherine Creek: A scientific assessment.

  • c. Johnson, D.E., N.R. Harris, T.M. Ballard (formerly Tibbs)

An update on the Catherine Creek Riparian study


Understory Patterns in Cut Western Juniper

(Juniperus Occidentalis SPP. Occidentalis Hook.) Woodlands.

Jon Bates, Richard Miller, Tony Svejcar

Great Basin Naturalist 58(4), pp. 363-374 1998

Range Field Day - 1998: Meadow Ecology and Management

  • a. Angell, Dr. Ray

Working with Meadow Foxtail: Fertilization and Livestock Grazing

  • b. Svejcar, Dr. Tony

Perennial Pepperweed (Tall Whitetop).

  • c. Sharrow , Dr. S.H., and Mr. D.E. Kuntz

Subalpine Green Fescue Community Ecology: Reaction to Defoliation

  • d. Stringham, Dr. Tamzen

Meadow Ecology and Hydrology


EOARC Annual Report - 1998: Special Report 991

  • a. Miller, Rick, Tony J. Svejcar, and Jeffrey Rose

Woodland Succession: Structure, composition, and Thresholds

  • b. Miller, Rick, and Jeffrey Rose

Pre- and Post-Settlement fire return Intervals on Intermountain Sagebrush Steppe

  • c. Miller, Rick, and Wendy Waichler

Old Growth Juniper Woodlands

  • d. Bates, Jon D., Miller, Richard F. Miller, and Tony J. Svejcar

Understory Dynamics in a Cut Juniper Woodland (1991-1997)

  • e. Bates, Jon D., Tony J. Svejcar, Rick Miller, Ray Angell, and Roxane Bailey

Influence of Precipitation Timing on Sagebrush/Bunchgrass Vegetation

  • f. Angell, Ray and Tony J. Svejcar

Measuring Carbon Dioxide flux on Sagebrush Range

  • g. Cruz, Ruben, David Ganskopp, and Martin Vavra

Modeling Habitat Preferences of Cattle on Eastern Oregon Rangelands

  • h. Ganskopp, Dave, and Ruben Cruz

How Efficient are Cattle in Rugged Terrain?: GIS Analysis of Livestock Trails

  • i.Decorate, Marni L., Patrick A. Momont, Timothy DelCurto, Neil R. Rimbey, John A. Tanaka, and Michael McInnis

Offstream Water and Salt as Management Strategies for Improved Cattle Distribution and subsequent Riparian Health

  • j. Angell, Ray, and Roxane Bailey

Effect of Nitrogen Fertilizer on Yield and Quality of Meadow Foxtail Hay

  • k. Bailey, Roxane, and Martin Vavra

Forage Quality of Round Bales Stacked Different Ways

  • l. Weder, Christoph, Tim DelCurto, Tony Svejcar, John Jaeger, and Roxane Bailey

The Influence of Supplemental Alfalfa Quality on the Intake, Use, and Subsequent Performance of Beef Cattle Consuming Low-Quality Roughages

  • m. Jaeger, John, Fred Stormshak, Tim DelCurto, and Kenneth Fite

Melatonin to Induce Puberty in Virgin Heifers

  • n. Jaeger, John R., Kenneth Fite, and Tim DelCurto

Postpartum Prostaglandin Administration Before Estrus Synchronization to Improve First Service Conception Rate and Pregnancy Rate

  • o. Jaeger, John R., Kenneth Fite, and Tim DelCurto

Evaluation of days postpartum on efficacy of estrus synchronization and artificial insemination.

  • p. DelCurto, Tim, Allison Earley, Tammy May, and Wade Nichols

Comparison of bambermycins, lasalocid, and momensin on the nutritional physiology of beef cattle consuming concentrate and forage base diets

  • q. DelCurto, Tim, Harley Turner, and Ron Slater

Comparison of biuret, cottonseed meal, and corn gluten meal barley mixtures as protein supplements for prepartum beef cattle consuming tall fescue straw.

  • r. Sheehy, Dennis P., Robert Lewis, and Douglas Johnson

Transitory habitat in eastside industrial forests.

  • s. Sheehy Dennis P., and Ronney Slater

Improvement of elk habitat in the North Grande Ronde Valley.

  • t. Willis Mitchell J., and Richard F. Miller

Importance of western juniper communities to small mammals.


Grazing Behavior in Ungulates: Current Concepts and Future Challenges.

M. Vavra and D. Ganskopp

Annal of Arid Zone 37 (3):319-355, 1998

1999

A chamber design for measuring net CO2 exchange on rangeland.

Ray Angell and Tony Svejcar

JRM 52:27-31 January 1999

Selective differences between naïve and experienced cattle foraging among eight grasses.

D. Ganskopp and R. Cruz

Applied Animal Behaviour Science 62 293-303 1999

Seasonal cattle management in 3 to 5 year old bitterbrush stands

Dave Ganskopp, Tony Svejcar, Fred Taylor, Jerry Farstvedt, and Kara Paintner

JRM 1999; 52:166-173

Fire History and western juniper encroachment in sagebrush steppe

Rick Miller & Jeff Rose

J. Range Manage. 52:550-559, November 1999

Fixed location rain shelters for studying precipitation effects on rangelands.

Tony Svejcar, Raymond Angell & Richard Miller

J Arid Env. 42:187-193, 1999

Prostaglandin F2_ Concentration, Fatty Acid Profiles, and Fertility in Lipid-Infused Postpartum Beef Heifers

S.J. Filley, H.A. Turner, & F. Stormshak

Biology of Reproduction 61:1317-1323, 1999

Range Field Day 1999. Progress Report Juniper Woodlands: History, Ecology, and Management. Special Report 1002, June 1999

  • a. Eddleman, Lee

Developing Ecological Guidelines for Management and Restoration of Juniper Woodlands.

  • b. Miller, Rick, Tony Svejcar, and Jeff Rose

The Impacts of Juniper Encroachment on Understory Cover and Diversity

  • c. John Buckhouse

Juniper and Watersheds

  • d. Bates, Jon, Rick Miller, and Tony Svejcar

Plant Succession in cut Juniper woodlands: 1981 - 1998

  • e. Eddleman Lee, and Rick Miller

Understory Vegetation Change Following cutting of Western Juniper Cutting in Grant county, Oregon

  • f. Doescher Paul, Lee Eddleman, Rick Miller, Jay Goodwin, Ray Jaindl, and Mohamed Maori

Persistence of Idaho Fescue on Degraded Juniper/Sagebrush/Steppe in Central Oregon

  • g. Miller Rick, Wendy Waichler, and Paul Doescher

Old Growth Western Juniper Woodlands

  • h. Fox, Anne, and Lee Eddleman

Long Term Vegetation Changes On the Island Research Natural Area

  • i. Wall, Travis, Rick Miller, and Tony Svejcar

Western Juniper Encroachment into Aspen Stands in the Northwest Great Basin

  • j. Miller, Rick, and Jeff Rose

Fire History and Western Juniper encroachment into Sagebrush Steppe

  • k. Rick Miller

Managing Western Juniper for wildlife

  • l. Willis Mitch, and Rick Miller

Importance of Western Juniper Communities to Small Mammals

  • m. Miller Rick, Mitch Willis, Jeff Rose, Dan Reinkensmeyer, and Bob Anthony

The Affects of Juniper woodlands on Avian Populations


Harvesting Energy from 19th Century Great Basin Woodlands June 1999

J.A. Young and T.J. Svejcar

Proceedings: Ecology and Management of Pinyon-Juniper Communities Within the Interior West. USDA Forest

Service Proceedings RMRS-P-9

Implications of Weedy Species in Management and Restoration of Pinyon and Juniper Woodlands

T. Svejcar

Proceedings: Ecology and Management of Pinyon-Juniper Communities Within the Interior West. USDA Forest

Service Proceedings RMRS-P-9 June 1999

Conversion of Shrub Steppe to Juniper Woodland June 1999

R.Miller, T. Svejcar, and J. Rose

Proceedings: Ecology and Management of Pinyon-Juniper Communities Within the Interior West. USDA Forest

Service Proceedings RMRS-P-9

Importance of Western Juniper Communities to Small Mammals

M.J. Willis and R.F. Miller

Proceedings: Ecology and Management of Pinyon-Juniper Communities Within the Interior West. USDA Forest

Service Proceedings RMRS-P-9. June 1999

Fundamentals of supplementing low-quality forage. CL317.

Bohnert, David, and Tim DelCurto

In: J.R. Adams (ed.). 1999. Cow-Calf Management Guide and Producer’s Library (2nd edition). Univ. of Idaho, Moscow.

Supplementation strategies for beef cattle consuming low-quality forage. CL318.

Bohnert, David and Tim DelCurto

J.R. Adams (ed.) 1999 Cow-Calf Management Guide and Producer’s Library (2nd edition). Univ. of Idaho, Moscow

Influence of grain type and processing method on beef cattle consuming forage-based diets.

Bohnert, David and Randy Mills

J.R. Adams (ed.) 1999 Cow-Calf Management Guide and Producer’s Library (2nd edition). Univ. of Idaho, Moscow

Livestock-Big Game Relationships: Conflicts and Compatibilities

Martin Vavra, Mitchell J. Willis, and Dennis P. Sheehy

Idaho Forest, Wildlife and Range Exp. Sta. Bull. #70 1999

2000

Understory dynamics in cut and uncut western juniper woodlands

Jon D. Bates, Richard F. Miller & Tony J. Svejcar

J. Range Manage. 53:119-126, January 2000

Plasma fatty acids, prostaglandin F2_ metabolite, and reproductive response in postpartum heifers

fed rumen bypass fat

S.J. Filley, H.A, Turner, & F. Stormshak

J. Anim. Sci. 78:139-144, 2000

Spatial and Temporal Changes of Sage Grouse Habitat in the Sagebrush Biome.

Richard F. Miller & Lee L. Eddleman

Technical Bulletin 151, April 2000

Least-effort pathways?: a GIS analysis of livestock trails in rugged terrain.

D. Ganskopp, R. Cruz, & D.E. Johnson

Applied Animal Behaviour Science 68:179-190, 2000

Range Field Day Report 2000. Sustainable Livestock Production in Forested and Intermountain

Rangelands. Special Report 1018, June 2000

  • a. Vavra Martin, Tim DelCurto, and Mike McInnis

Designing Sustainable Livestock Grazing Systems

  • b. DelCurto Tim, David Bohnert, and Callan Ackerman

Characteristics and Challenges of Sustainable Beef Production in the Western U.S.

  • c. Parson Cory T, Patrick A. Momont., Timothy DelCurto, and Jeff L. Sharp

Effects of Season of Use on Beef Cattle distribution Patterns and Subsequent Vegetation Use in Mountain Riparian Area

  • d. McInnis, Mike, and Jim McIver

Off-Stream Water and Salt Reduce Stream Bank Damage in Grazed Riparian Pastures

  • e. Walburger Kenric, Timothy DelCurto, Martin Vavra, Larry Bryant, and John G. Kie.

Influence of a Grazing system and Aspect, North vs. south, on the Nutritional Quality of Forages, and Performance and Distribution of Cattle Grazing Forested Rangelands.

  • f. DelCurto Tim, Johnson Bruce, Vavra Martin, Ager Alan, Coe Priscilla

The Influence of Season on Distribution Patterns Relative to Water and Resource Use by Cattle Grazing Mixed Forested Rangelands

  • g. Boyd Chad, and Tony Svejcar

Using 35-mm Photographs to Monitor Herbaceous and Woody Plant Abundance in Riparian Systems

  • h. Carr Jay, Randall R. Mills., and John Williams

Compliance with the Clean Water Act: Animal Feeding Operations and the EPA


Impacts of western juniper on plant community composition and structure.

R. Miller, T. Svejcar, and J. Rose

J. Range Management 53:574-585 November 2000

Modification of Mixed-Conifer Forests by Ruminant Herbivores in the Blue Mountains

Ecological Province

R. Riggs et al.

USDA- Forest Service PNW Research Station. Research Paper PNW-RP-527 Sept. 2000

Modification of Mixed-Conifer Forests by Ruminant Herbivores in the Blue Mountains

Ecological Province

Riggs, Robert A.; Tiedemann, Arthur R.; Cook, John G.; Ballard, Teena M.; Edgerton, Paul J.; Vavra, Martin;

Krueger, William C.; Hall, Frederick C.; Bryant, Larry D.; Irwin, Larry L.; DelCurto, Timothy

USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Research Paper PNW-RP-527, 77p. September 2000.

Oregon State of the Environment Report 2000 Statewide Summary

Dr. Martin Vavra, Science Panel

September 2000

2001

Nitrogen dynamics in perennial- and annual-dominated arid rangeland

T. Svejcar and R. Sheley

J. Arid Environments 47:33-46 2001

Bowen ratio and closed chamber carbon dioxide flux measurements over sagebrush steppe vegetation

R. Angell, T. Svejcar, J. Bates, N. Saliendra, and D. Johnson

Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 108 153-161. 2001

Manipulating cattle distribution with salt and water in large arid-land pastures: a GPS/GIS assessment

D. Ganskopp

Applied Animal Behavior Science 73 251-262 2001

Influence of rumen protein degradability and supplementation frequency on steers consuming

low-quality forage: Ruminal fermentation and site of digestion.

Bohnert, D. W., C.S. Schauer, M.L. Bauer, and T. DelCurto

Proc. West Sec. Amer. Soc. Anim. Sci. 52:311-316. 2001

Influence of rumen protein degradability and supplementation frequency on performance and nitrogen use

in ruminants consuming low-quality forage: Cow performance and efficiency of nitrogen use in wethers.

Bohnert, D. W., C.S. Schauer, M.L. Bauer, and T. DelCurtoProc. West Sec. Amer. Soc. Anim. Sci. 52:305-310. 2001

Beet pulp supplementation of heifers grazing native flood meadow: Performance and ruminal

fermentation

Bohnert, D.W., C.S. Schauer, and T. DelCurto.

Proc. West. Sec. Amer. Soc. Animal Science 52:340-343. 2001

Community characteristics of old-growth western juniper woodlands

Waichler, Wendy Sims, Richard F. Miller, and Paul S. Doescher

JRM 54:518-527 2001

Managing western juniper for wildlife

Miller, Richard Woodland Fish & Wildlife MISCO286Washington State Univ. Cooperative Extension 2001

Juniper encroachment into aspen in the Northwest Great Basin

Wall, Travis G., Richard F. Miller, Tony J. Svejcar

JRM 54: 691-698 2001

Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center Union Station Centennial Celebration

Pumphrey, Vance, DelCurto, Tim, Vavra, Martin

Special Report 1033, October 2001

The role of fire in juniper and pinyon woodlands: a descriptive analysis (reprint only)

Miller, Richard F. and Robin J. TauschIn

K.E.M. Galley and T.P. Wilson (eds.). Proc. Invasive Species Workshop. Misc. Publication No. 11,

Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Fl. 2001

The role of fire in juniper and pinyon woodlands: a descriptive analysis (entire publication)

Miller, Richard F. and Robin J. Tausch

In: K.E.M. Galley and T.P. Wilson (eds.). Proc. Invasive Species Workshop. Misc. Publication No. 11,

Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Fl. 2001

Nutritional dynamics of 7 northern Great Basin grasses

Dave Ganskopp and Dave Bohnert

JRM 54:640-647 2001

2002

Does the presence of Wyethia Mollis affect growth of Pinus Jeffreyi seedlings?

Riegel, G.M.; Svejcar, T.J.; Busse, M.D.

Western North American Naturalist 62(2):141-150 2002

Influence of rumen protein degradability and supplementation frequency on performance and nitrogen

use in ruminants consuming low-quality forage:Cow performance and efficiency of nitrogen use in wethers

Bohnert, D.W.; Schauer, C.S.; DelCurto, T.

J. Animal Science 80:1629-1637 2002

Comparison of urea and biuret as nitrogen supplements to low-quality forage: daily and alternate day supplementation effects on digestion and ruminal fermentation in steers

Currier, T.A.; Bohnert, D.W.; Falck, S.J.; Schauer, C.S.; Bartle, S.J.

Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Science, Vol. 53, 2002

Comparison of urea and biuret as nitrogen supplements to low-quality forage: daily and alternate day supplementation effects of efficiency of nitrogen use in lambs

Currier, T.A.; Bohnert, D.W.; Falck, S.J.; Bartle, S.J.

Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Science, Vol. 53, 2002


Influence of rumen protein degradability and supplementation frequency on steers consuming

low-quality forage: I. Site of digestion and microbial efficiency

Bohnert, D.W.; Schauer, C.S.; Bauer, M.L.; DelCurto, T.

J. Animal Science 2002. 80:2967-2977 2002

Influence of rumen protein degradability and supplementation frequency on steers consuming

low-quality forage: II. Ruminal fermentation characteristics

Bohnert, D.W.; Schauer, C.S.; Falck, S.J.; DelCurto, T.

J. Animal Science 80:2978-2988 2002

Effects of juniper cutting on nitrogen mineralization

Bates, Jon D.; Svejcar, Tony J.; Miller, Richard F.

Journal of Arid Environments (2002) 51:221-234 2002

Range Sites: Are they the appropriate spatial unit for measuring and managing rangelands?

Joel R. Brown, Tony Svejcar, Mark Brunson, James Dobrowolski, Ed Fredrickson, Urs Krueter, Karen Launchbaugh, Jack Southworth and Tom Thurow

Synthesis of a symposium presented at the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management,Boise, ID. December 2002

Range Field Day 2002: Research in Rangeland Management: Management of Western Juniper

Rangelands. Range Science Series Report #5. June 2002.

  • a. Tim Deboot

Ecological constraints to management of Central Oregon rangelands: Enjoying its products and values.

  • b. Rick Miller, Chris Baisan, Jeff Rose, and Dave Pacioretty

Pre and postsettlement fire regimes in mountain big sagebrush communities: the northern intermountain region

  • c. Jon Bates

Livestock grazing in cut juniper woodlands

  • d. Lee Eddleman

Dynamics in Central Oregon’s western juniper woodlands


Tracking Movement of Cattle With Satellites

David Elstein

Agricultural Research pp. 16 August 2002

David Ganskopp-GPS collars for cattle

2003

Applying ecological principles to wildland weed management

Tony Svejcar

Weed Science, 51:266-270. 2003


Mineral concentration dynamics among 7 northern Great Basin grasses

Dave Ganskopp and Dave Bohnert

J. Range Manage. 56:174-184. March 2003

Range Field Day 2003: Research in Rangeland Management: Environmental and Management Impacts

on Stream Temperature. Range Science Series Report #6. July 2003

  • a. G.I. Taylor, T.K. Stringham, W.C.Krueger

Irrigation as a tool for stream temperature management

  • b. Casey A. Matney, Tamzen K. Stringham, Chad Boyd, and Robert Gresswell

Great Basin Redband Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss newberrii) Habitat Improvement Using Felled Western Juniper (Juniperus occidentalis)

  • c. Katherine Lowson, John C. Buckhouse, Tamzen Stringham, Chad Boyd

Effects of planting location on survival and growth of Booth’s willow plantings

  • d. William Krueger and Claudia Kelley

Canopy cover and shade/stream temperature relationships: I. Evaluation of techniques to measure canopy cover

  • e. William Krueger, John Williams, Michael Borman, and Larry Larson

Canopy cover and shade/stream temperature relationships: II. Relationships of shade and maximum stream temperatures on three northeastern Oregon streams

  • f. Craig Carr, Tamzen Stringham, and David Thomas

The influence of environmental and physical factors on the thermal patterns of headwater streams

  • g. Cynthia L. Meays, Michael M. Borman, and Larry L. Larson

Elevation, thermal environment, and stream temperatures on headwater streams in northeastern Oregon

  • h. Michael Borman and Larry Larson

A case study of river temperature response to agricultural land use and environmental thermal patterns


The relative importance of sexual reproduction versus clonal spread in an aridland bunchgrass

A. Liston, B. L. Wilson, W. A. Robinson, P. S. Doescher, N. R. Harris, T. Svejcar

Oecologia 137:216-225 2003

Influence of protein supplementation frequency on cows consuming low-quality forage: performance,

grazing time, distance traveled, distance from water, and distribution

C.S. Schauer, D.W. Bohnert, and D.C. Ganskopp

Proceedings, Western Section Am. Soc. of Animal Sci. 54:72-76 2003

Grass Seed Straw- Considerations for Use as a Forage source for Ruminants

D.W. Bohnert, C.W. Hunt, and T. DelCurto

Alternative Feeds for Livestock and Poultry 39-52 November 4 & 5 2003

Distance Education: A new course in wildland fire ecology

John D. Walstad, Mark D. Reed, Paul S. Doesher, J. Boone Kauffman, Richard F. Miller, Bruce

A. Shindler, John C. Tappeiner

Journal of Forestry 101(7):16-20 2003

OSU’s Home on the Range

Interview with Marty Vavra, Tony Svejcar, Dave Ganskopp, Rick Miller, David Bohnert

Oregon’s Agricultural Progress Fall, pp. 22-25 2003

Winter Nutrition of Spring-Calving Cows and Crude Protein Supplementation Strategies

David W. Bohnert

Performance Edge Beef Issue 6:4-6 November 2003

The Influence of Precipitation Timing on the Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystem
Svejcar T., J. Bates, R. Angell, and R. Miller
In: J.F. Weltzin and G.R. McPherson (eds). Changing precipitation regimes & terrestrial ecosystems.
Tucson AZ. University of Arizona Press. 2003. p 90-106.

Mineral Supplementation of Beef Cows in the Western United States
Bohnert, David, and Dave Ganskopp
CL327 Cow-Calf Management Guide and Producer's Library (2nd Edition) University of Idaho, Moscow


2004

Can spring cattle grazing among young bitterbrush stimulate shrub growth?

Dave Ganskopp, Tony Svejcar, Fred Taylor, Jerry Farstvedt

J. Range Manage. 57:161-168 March 2004

Daily and alternate day supplementation of urea and biuret to ruminants consuming low–quality forage:

I. Effects of cow performance and the efficiency of nitrogen use in wethers

T.A. Currier, D.W. Bohnert, S.J. Falck, and S.J. Bartle

J. Animal Science 82:1508-1517 2004


Daily and alternate day supplementation of urea and biuret to ruminants consuming low-quality forage;

II. Effects on site of digestion and microbial efficiency in steers

T.A. Currier, D.W. Bohnert, S.J. Falk, C.S. Schauer, and S.J. Bartle

J. Animal Science 82:1518-1527 2004

Daily and alternate day supplementation of urea and biuret to ruminants consuming low-quality forage:

III. Effects on ruminal fermentation characteristics in steers

T.A. Currier, D.W. Bohnert, S.J. Falck, C.S. Schauer, and S.J. Bartle

J. Animal Science 82:1528-1535 2004

Ecology and management of sage-grouse and sage-grouse habitat

John A. Crawford, Rich A. Olson, Neil E. West

J. Range Manage. 57(1):2-19 January 2004

Identification of the limiting resource within a semi-arid plant association

Jane Krueger-Mangold, Roger Sheley, Rick Engel, Jeff Jacobsen, Tony Svejcar, Cathy Zabinski

Journal of Arid Environments 58:309-320 2004

Plant Species Diversity in a Grassland Plan Community: Evidence for Forbs as a critical

Management Consideration

Monica L. Pokorny, Roger L. Sheley, Tony J. Svejcar, and Richard E. Engel

Western North American Naturalist 64(2): 219-230 2004

Nutritional and Seed Responses of Forage Kochia to Ruminal Incubation

Christopher S. Schauer, David W. Bohnert, Michael F. Carpinelli, and Stephanie J. Falck

Rangelands 26(1):8-11 February 2004

Evaluation of perennial ryegrass straw as a forage source for ruminants

M.J. Fisher, D.W. Bohnert, C.J. Ackerman, C.S. Schauer, T. DelCurto, A.M. Craig, E.S. Vanzant, D.L. Harmon,

and F.N. Schrick

J. Animal Science 82:2175-2184 2004


Range Field Day Report 2004. Current Forage and Livestock Production Research.

Special Report 1052 June 2004

  • a. Ganskopp David

Affecting Beef Cattle Distribution in Rangeland Pastures with Salt and Water

  • b. Ganskopp David, and Bohnert David

Wolfy Forage: Its Effect on Cattle Distribution and Diet Quality

  • c. Bohnert David

Strategic Supplementation of Crude Protein-An Economical Management Strategy for Intermountain Cow/Calf Producers

  • d. Bates Jon

Interannual Productivity in Burned and Unburned Wyoming Big Sagebrush-Grassland

  • e. Bates Jon, Svejcar Tony, and Miller Rick

Forage Production in a Cut Juniper Woodland

  • f. Boyd Chad, and Svejcar Tony

Production and Regrowth of Riparian Sedge/Grass Communities

  • g. Carpinelli Michael

Effect of Mowing Prior to Applications of Picloram and Clopyralid on Russian Knapweed Control

  • h. Carpinelli Michael

Effect of Ruminal Incubation on Germination of Perennial Pepperweed Seed

  • i. Larson Larry, Borman Mike, and Kiemnec Gary

Russian Knapweed Germination and Grazing/Herbicide Trials Preliminary Results


Integrating 2, 4-D and sheep grazing to rehabilitate spotted knapweed infestations

Roger L. Sheley, James S. Jacobs, and John M. Martin

J. Range Manage. 57(4):371-375 July 2004

Livestock forage conditioning: Bluebunch wheatgrass, Idaho fescue, and bottlebrush squirreltail

Dave Ganskopp, Tony Svejcar, and Marty Vavra

J. Range Manage. 57(4):384-392 July 2004

Using Sampling and inverse distance weighted modeling for mapping invasive plants.

Elizabeth A. Roberts, Roger L. Sheley, and Rick L. Lawrence

Western North American Naturalist 64(3):312-323 August 2004

Regrowth and production of herbaceous riparian vegetation following defoliation

Chad S. Boyd and Tony J. Svejcar

J. Range Mange. 57(5):448-454 September 2004

Ecology of the Wyoming big sagebrush alliance in the northern Great Basin: 2004 Progress Report

Jon Bates, Kirk Davies, and Rick Miller – published in-house

Using ecological theory to guide the implementation of augmentative restoration

Erin C. Bard, Roger L. Sheley, Jeff S. Jacobsen, and John J. Borkowski

Weed Technology 18:1246-1249 Invasive Weed Symposium. 2004


Revegetation Guidelines for Western Montana: Considering Invasive Weeds
Kim Goodwin, Roger Sheley, Gerald Marks
The Missoula County Weed District. MISSOULA:2004

Revegetating weed-infested rangeland with niche-differentiated desirable species
M.F. Carpinelli, R.L. Sheley, and B.D. Maxwell
J. Range Manage. 57:97-105 January 2004 523.

Winter CO2 fluxes above sagebrush-steppe ecosystems in Idaho and Oregon
Tagir G. Gilmore, Douglas A. Johnson, Nicanor Z. Saliendra, Tony J. Svejcar,
Ray F. Angell, Kirk L. Clawson
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 126 (2004) 73-88

Herbicide Effects on Density and Biomass of Russian Knapweed (Acroptilon repens) and Associated
Plant Species

Stephen M. Laufenberg, Roger L. Sheley, James S. Jacobs, and John Borkowski

Weed Technology. 19:62-72


Influence of soil water availability on competition among leafy spurge
(Euphorbia Esula) and grasses

Mathew James Rinella and Roger Leslie Sheley
Western North American Naturalist 65(2). 2005. pp.233-241


Herbaceous Response to Cattle Grazing Following Juniper Cutting in Oregon
Jon D. Bates
Rangeland Ecol Manage 58:225-233 May 2005


Integrating disturbance and colonization during rehabilitation of invasive weed-dominated grasslands
Roger L. Sheley, James S. Jacobs, Tony J. Svejcar
Weed Science, 53:307-314. 2005


Inference of Animal Activity From GPS Collar Data on Free-Ranging Cattle
Eugene D. Ungar, Zalmen Henkin, Mario Gutman, Amit Dolev, Avraham Genizi, and David Ganskopp
Rangeland Ecol Manage 58:256-266 May 2005

A Survey of Cow-Calf Producers in Oregon and Nevada - Production Practices
D.W. Bohnert, R.F. Angell, and R.C. Torell
Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Sciences Vol. 56, 2005

The Effects of Early Weaning on Cow Performance, and Grazing Behavior in the Intermountain West
D.W. Bohnert, D.C. Ganskopp, D.D. Johnson, and S.J. Falck
Proceedings, Western Section, American Society of Animal Sciences Vol. 56, 2005

Influences of protein supplementation frequency on cows consuming low-quality forage: Performance,
grazing behavior, and variation in supplement intake

C.S. Schauer, D.W. Bohnert, D.C. Ganskopp, C.J. Richards, and S.J. Falck
J. Anim. Sci. 2005. 83:1715-1725

Range Field Day 2005: Research in Rangeland Management. Sustaining the Land. Sustaining

the People. Range Science Series Report #7

  • a. Krueger, William C

History of Rangeland Research on Catherine Creek

  • b. Sharrow, Steven S.

Soil Compaction by Grazing Livestock

  • c. Deboodt, Tim L., John C. Buckhouse, and Michael P. Fisher

Will the Creek Flow Again: The Camp Creek Paired Watershed Study

  • d. Walburger, Kenric, Timothy DelCurto, Martin Vavra, and Abe A. Clark

The Effexts of Herbivory and Timber Harvest on Understory Production in Northeastern Oregon

2005

Biology, Ecology, and Management of Western Juniper
Richard F. Miller, Jon D. Bates, Tony J. Svejcar, Fred B. Pierson, Lee E. Eddleman
Oregon State University Agricultural Research Service - Technical Bulletin 152 June 2005

A Visual Obstruction Technique for Photo Monitoring of Willow Clumps
Chad S. Boyd and Tony J. Svejcar
Rangeland Ecol Manage 58:434-438 July 518.

Seed islands may promote establishment and expansion of native species in reclaimed

mine sites (Montana)
Reever Morghan, K.J.;R.L. Sheley, M.K. Denny, and M.L. Pokorny

Ecological Restoration 23:214-215 September 2005

Plant Functional Group Diversity as a Mechanism for Invasion Resistance
Monica L. Pokorny, Roger L. Sheley, Catherine A. Zabinski, Richard E. Engel, Tony J. Svejcar,
and John J. Borkowski

Restoration Ecology Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 448-459 September 2005

Long-Term Successional Trends Following Western Juniper Cutting

Jon D. Bates, Richard F. Miller, and Tony Svejcar

Rangeland Ecol Manage 58:533-541 September 2005
Creating Weed-Resistant Plant Communities Using Niche-Differentiated Nonnative Species
R.L.Sheley and M.F. Carpinelli
Rangeland Ecol Manage 58:480-488 September

Effect of Ruminal Incubation on Perennial Pepperweed Germination
Michael F. Carpinelli, Christopher S. Schauer, David W. Bohnert, Stuart P. Hardegree, Stephanie
J. Falck, and Tony Svejcar
Rangeland Ecol Manage 58:632-636 | November

Use of Felled Junipers to Protect Streamside Willows From Browsing
Casey A. Matney, Chad S. Boyd, and Tamzen K. Stringham
Rangeland Ecol Manage 58:652-655 | November

A model for predicting invasive weed and grass dynamics. I. Model development
Mathew J. Rinella and Roger L. Sheley
Weed Science 53:586-593 September-October

A model for predicting invasive weed and grass dynamics. II Accuracy evaluation

Mathew J. Rinella and Roger L. Sheley
Weed Science 53:586-593 September-October 2005

 

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