2 edition of Vegetation, soil, and cattle responses to grazing on northern Great Plains Range found in the catalog.
Vegetation, soil, and cattle responses to grazing on northern Great Plains Range
Merton J. Reed
Literature cited: p. 72-74.
|Statement||by Merton J. Reed and Roald A. Peterson.|
|Series||Technical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture ;, no. 1252, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ;, no. 1252.|
|Contributions||Peterson, Roald A.|
|LC Classifications||S21 .A72 no. 1252|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||agr62000062|
Cattle, conservation, and carbon in the western Great Plains. R. that reported soil C responses to improved grazing in grasslands across the globe (including but not restricted to semiarid increases in precipitation in the northern Great Plains and decreases for the southern Great Plains (Walsh et al. ). Sanderson et al. Cattle. Several riparian plant community and streambank metrics were evaluated in 5 streams subject to grazing on public lands in central eastern Idaho. In this study, we evaluated 3 attributes associated with the ground cover on streambanks: percent cover of live vegetation, litter, and bare ground; and we evaluated 4 attributes that describe the vegetation community: plant species richness, wetland
Healthy soil is essential to the successful delivery of multiple ecosystem services. Direct contributions to primary productivity, water purification and regulation, carbon storage and regulation, nutrient cycling and provision, biodiversity, and habitat place soil at the nexus of efforts to manage land sustainably. 1 Elevated awareness of soil’s importance in promoting ecosystem health Cattle grazing is an important economic activity in the tallgrass prairie systems in the Great Plains of the United States. Tallgrass prairie may respond differently to grazing management (e.g., high and low grazing intensity) under variable climate conditions. This study investigated the responses of two replicated (rep a and rep b) tallgrass prairie systems to continuous (C) and rotational
Introduction. Grazing, the most common use of grasslands, can influence plant community structure, soil properties and nutrient cycling within the plant-soil instance, selective grazing caused changes in plant species composition and influenced herbage l previous studies proposed that light and moderate grazing favored grasses and stimulated grassland productivity,. Responses of vegetation of the northern Great Plains to precipitation amount and grazing intesity. Journal of Range Management, Reed, M.J., and Peterson, R.A. () › NDSU › Publications › Livestock.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reed, Merton J., Vegetation, soil, and cattle responses to grazing on northern Great Plains :// J. Range Manage. +6 Vegetation, cattle, and economic responses to grazing strategies and pressures W.A. MANLEY, R.H. HART, M.J.
SAMUEL, M.A. SMITH, J.W. WAGGONER, JR., AND J.T. MANLEY teenth seasons of a grazing study on northern mixed grass prairie, beneficial for stocker steer production in the northern Great Plains of the Manley et al.
pdf. Response of Vegetation of the Northern Great Plains to Precipitation Amount and Grazing Intensity Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Range Management 38(4) July with 27 Reads Vegetation and soil responses to livestock grazing in Central Asian grasslands: a review of Chinese literature Article (PDF Available) in Biodiversity and Conservation 25(12) January with Similarities between rotational and continuous grazing system effects support results from southern mixed prairie (McIlvain and Savage, ), northern mixed prairie (Manley et al., ), and tallgrass prairie (Owensby et al.,Gillen et al.,Gillen et al., ) that also observed weak vegetation responses to rotational :// Concentrations of NH 4 + and NO 3 − in soil usually have increased with grazing in grasslands The Northern Great Plains (NGP) is a distinctive region of central North America covering an Vegetation and cattle dula associati,on of northern Colo- responses to different intensities rado.
Ecology of grazing on short-grass ranges HARRINGTON, H. Manual of on the Central Great Plains. the plants of Colorado.
Sage Books, Dep. Agr. Tech. Bull. Denver. l Vegetation And Soils Of Agricultural Research Service Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory, Mandan, ND. Bret Olson is Professor of Range Ecology in the Animal and Range Sciences Department at Montana State University, Bozeman, MT.
• The effects of targeted grazing on plants are difficult to predict because plants grow in complex ecosystems subject to :// Research Project: Adaptive Rangeland Management of Livestock Grazing, Disturbance, and Climatic Variation Location: Livestock and Range Research Laboratory Annual Report.
Objectives (from AD): Objective 1: Develop management strategies to improve rangeland cattle production and ecological stability in the northern Great Plains through effective use of rangeland forage resources ?accnNo=&fy= Objective 2: Develop management strategies integrating grazing, fire, and chemical practices to restore rangelands degraded by weeds and prevent weed invasions in the northern Great Plains.
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() studied the effect of grazing management on soil and suggested that fertilized crested wheat grass enhanced deep storage of soil organic carbon in northern Great Plains of Judith Sitters, Walter S.
Andriuzzi, Impacts of Browsing and Grazing Ungulates on Soil Biota and Nutrient Dynamics, The Ecology of Browsing and Grazing II, /_9, (), (). The fire-grazing interaction is well studied in mesic grasslands worldwide, but research is limited in semiarid systems.
We examined the principal drivers and feedbacks of the fire-grazing interaction on the strength of cattle grazing selection, herbaceous biomass, crude protein, and vegetation structure and composition in two pastures in the Northern Great :// Vegetation and Soil Responses to Short-Duration Grazing on Fescue Grasslands Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Range Management 42(3) May with 89 Reads How we measure 'reads' Vegetation relationships associated with intensity of summer grazing on a clay upland range site in the Kansas to inch precipitation zone.
Kansas Agr. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. Google Scholar In contrast the degradation status assessment revealed that 16% (7, ha) of the vegetation on the northern Great Plains and 9% (3, ha) of the southern Great Plains were significantly Results showed a positive impact of GE on vegetation and soil C stock at most sites.
at the Northern Great Plains Field Station in to determine the,carrying capacity of native range This book brings together information on the contrasting characteristics, condition, present use and problems of the world's main natural grasslands.
Since grassland is commercialized through the grazing animal, particular attention is paid to the livestock production systems associated with each main type. Grazing resources are more than simply edible herbage: many other factors have to be Soil moisture on native grazing lands in the semiarid northern plains of U.S.A.
Annals of Arid Zone (India). Houston, W. Book Rev.: Land and people in the northern plains transition area. Range Manage.
Dedjir Gamougoun, ND, Smith, RP, Wood, MK and Pieper, RD () Soil, vegetation, and hydrologic responses to grazing management at Fort Stanton, New Mexico. Journal of Range. Although free-roaming equids occur on all of the world’s continents except Antarctica, very few studies (and none in the Great Basin, USA) have either investigated their grazing effects on vegetation at more than one spatial scale or compared characteristics of areas from which grazing has been removed to those of currently grazed areas.
We compared characteristics of vegetation at 19 sites We examined the effects of long-term (>30 years) grazing by dairy cattle on soil and vegetation C and N in a semi-arid northern China meadow steppe.
Since this is an observational study based on spatial comparisons without baseline samples when grazing treatments initially were imposed, inherent site differences could have influenced the :// grazing systems Northern Great Plains South Dakota 15 cattle 9 Johnson et al. Stocking rates Montana 13 cattle 10 Houston & Woodward Stocking rates Alberta 12 sheep 19/9 SmoliakStocking rates & grazing systems Alberta 15 cattle Information/Grazing.