Quaking Aspen in Utah: Integrating Recent Science with Management
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CitationRogers, P. C., & Clair, S. B. S. (2016). Quaking Aspen in Utah: Integrating Recent Science with Management. Rangelands, 38(5), 266-272.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
AbstractOn the Ground • Quaking aspen is widely regarded as a key resource for humans, livestock, and wildlife with these values often competing with each other, leading to overuse of aspen in some locations and declines. • Wereview trends in aspen science and management, particularly in Utah. Historically, research conducted here holds a prestigious place in international aspen circles. • We highlight recent studies continuing the tradition to keep rangeland managers informed of important developments, focusing on aspen functional types, historical cover change and climate warming, ungulate herbivory, and disturbance interactions.