Juniperus occidentalis

Herbaceous Succession after burning of cut western juniper trees

publication
Issue Date: 
2009
Publisher: 
Western North American Naturalist 69(1):9-25
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Restoration of Quaking Aspen Woodlands Invaded by Western Juniper

Paper
Issue Date: 
2006
Chapter Name: 
Vol. 59, No. 1
Publisher: 
Rangeland & Ecology Management
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Long-Term Successional Trends Following Western Juniper Cutting

Paper
Issue Date: 
2005
Chapter Name: 
Vol. 58, No. 5
Publisher: 
Rangeland & Ecology Management
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Herbaceous Response to Cattle Grazing Following Juniper Cutting in Oregon

Paper
Issue Date: 
2005
Chapter Name: 
Vol. 58, No. 3
Publisher: 
Rangeland Ecology & Management
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The role of fire in juniper and pinyon woodlands: A descriptive analysis (reprint only)

Proceedings
Issue Date: 
2001
Publisher: 
Fire Conference 2000: First National Congress on Fire Ecology, Prevention and Management - Tallahassee, FL
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The role of fire in the control and spread of invasive species (entire publication)

Proceedings
Issue Date: 
2001
Publisher: 
Fire Conference 2000: First National Congress on Fire Ecology, Prevention and Management - Tallahassee, FL
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Community characteristics of old-growth western juniper woodlands

Technical paper
Issue Date: 
2001
Series/Report #: 
11729
Publisher: 
Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station
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Juniper encroachment into aspen in the Northwest Great Basin

Technical paper
Issue Date: 
2001
Series/Report #: 
11738
Publisher: 
Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station
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Impacts of western juniper on plant community composition and structure

Technical paper
Issue Date: 
2000
Series/Report #: 
11621
Publisher: 
Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station
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