• Coping With Drought on California Rangelands

      Macon, Daniel K.; Barry, Sheila; Becchetti, Theresa; Davy, Josh S.; Doran, Morgan P.; Finzel, Julie A.; George, Holly; Harper, John M.; Huntsinger, Lynn; Ingram, Roger S.; et al. (Society for Range Management, 2016-12-01)
      On the Ground • Rangeland livestock producers were among the first agricultural communities affected by California’s multiyear drought. • Rancher surveys and in-person interviews have identified key strategies for coping with and adapting to drought. • Increasing flexibility, resource valuation, and information sharing are important components of building adaptive capacity. • Web-based communication systems have provided new tools for peer-to-peer learning, public education, and extending knowledge to larger audiences. • Insights from managers experiences are important for adaptation planning to enhance resilience of rangeland social-ecological systems to climate stresses.
    • Medusahead and Clay: The Rarity of Perennial Seedling Establishment

      Young, James A.; Clements, Charlie D.; Nader, Glenn (Society for Range Management, 1999-12-01)
    • Planned Herbivory in the Management of Wildfire Fuels

      Nader, Glenn; Henkin, Zalmen; Smith, Ed; Ingram, Roger; Narvaez, Nelmy (Society for Range Management, 2007-10-01)
      Grazing is most effective at treating smaller diameter live fuels that can greatly impact the rate of spread of a fire along with the flame height.
    • Water Quality Effect of Rangeland Beef Cattle Excrement

      Nader, Glenn; Tate, Kenneth W.; Atwill, Robert; Bushnell, James (Society for Range Management, 1998-10-01)