VOL. 59 · NO. 5 | September 2006
 
Rangeland Ecology and Management
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Special Feature: TEAM Leafy Spurge Guest Editor—Gerry Anderson
Nancy M. Hodur, F. Larry Leistritz, Dean A. Bangsund
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 445-452, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/06-005R.1
KEYWORDS: Aphthona spp, flea beetle, noxious weeds, weed management
Jack L. Butler, Matthew S. Parker, John T. Murphy
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 453-461, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-214R.1
KEYWORDS: Aphthona, biological weed control, Euphorbia esula, Northern Great Plains
Ann M. Erickson, Rodney G. Lym, Don Kirby
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 462-467, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-110R.1
KEYWORDS: invasive species, threatened species, imazapic, quinclorac
Stefanie D. Wacker, Jack L. Butler
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 468-474, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-210R1.1
KEYWORDS: ecological separation, ecological risk, leafy spurge
James S. Jacobs, Roger L. Sheley, John J. Borkowski
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 475-482, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-213R2.1
KEYWORDS: Aphthona flea beetles, cattle, sheep, Euphorbia esula, multispecies grazing, successional weed management
Nancy M. Hodur, F. Larry Leistritz, Dean A. Bangsund
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 483-493, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-203R.1
KEYWORDS: noxious weeds, weed management, rancher opinion, survey, biocontrol, IPM (integrated pest management)
E. Raymond Hunt, Amy E. Parker Williams
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 494-499, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-216R.1
KEYWORDS: Euphorbia esula L, invasive species, Landsat 7 ETM , SPOT, hyperspectral imagery, AVIRIS, vegetation indices, SAIL canopy model, spectral libraries
Carol S. Mladinich, Monica Ruiz Bustos, Susan Stitt, Ralph Root, Karl Brown, Gerald L. Anderson, Steve Hager
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 500-506, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/06-027R1.1
KEYWORDS: Euphorbia esula L, remote sensing, unsupervised classification, invasive species, Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Susan Stitt, Ralph Root, Karl Brown, Steve Hager, Carol Mladinich, Gerald L. Anderson, Kathleen Dudek, Monica Ruiz Bustos, Raymond Kokaly
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 507-511, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/06-052R1.1
KEYWORDS: remote sensing, noxious weeds, invasive species, Euphorbia esula
Research Articles
Rinjan Shrestha, Per Wegge
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 512-518, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/06-022R2.1
KEYWORDS: bite-count, Bos grunniens, Capra hircus, fecal analysis, feeding site examination, food habits, Ovis aries
Matthew A. Bowker, Jayne Belnap, Mark E. Miller
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 519-529, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-179R1.1
KEYWORDS: degradation thresholds, drylands, cryptobiotic soil crusts, Lichens, Mosses, rangeland health
Robert C. Marsett, Jiaguo Qi, Philip Heilman, Sharon H. Biedenbender, M. Carolyn Watson, Saud Amer, Mark Weltz, David Goodrich, Roseann Marsett
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 530-540, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-201R.1
KEYWORDS: remote sensing, biomass, height, cover
H. Scott Butterfield, Carolyn M. Malmstrom
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 541-548, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-184R1.1
KEYWORDS: case study analysis, collaboration, conservation, invasive species, noxious weeds, ranching
Timothy E. Fulbright, J. Alfonso Ortega-Santos, Alejandro Lozano-Cavazos, Luis Enrique Ramírez-Yanez
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 549-556, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/06-025R1.1
KEYWORDS: Eragrostis trichodes, fertilization, mulch, Panicum virgatum, Vetiveria zizanoides, wind erosion
Technical Note
Dean M. Anderson, Gary D. Rayson, Safwan M. Obeidat, Michael Ralphs, Rick Estell, Ed L. Fredrickson, Eric Parker, Perry Gray
Rangeland Ecology and Management 59 (5), 557-563, (1 September 2006) https://doi.org/10.2111/05-212R1.1
KEYWORDS: Botanical composition, Fluorescence spectroscopy, poisonous plants, principal component analysis (PCA)
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