Recovery of Streamside Woody Vegetation After Exclusion of Livestock Grazing
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CitationRickard, W. H., & Cushing, C. E. (1982). Recovery of streamside woody vegetation after exclusion of livestock grazing. Journal of Range Management, 35(3), 360-361.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractRemoval of livestock grazing along a small, perennial desert stream allowed the reestablishment of woody vegetation (Salix amygdaloides) in the riparian zone within 10 years.