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Textbook: Exotic Brome-Grasses in Arid and Semiarid Ecosystems of the Western US- Causes, Consequences, and Management Implications.

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2015-01-01 21:29:01
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2016-01-01 07:00:00

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Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative(Principal Investigator), Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Matt Germino(Author), Jeanne Chambers(Author), Textbook: Exotic Brome-Grasses in Arid and Semiarid Ecosystems of the Western US- Causes, Consequences, and Management Implications., https://greatbasinlcc.org/publications

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Bromus species – such as cheatgrass – are exotic annual grasses that have become the dominant annual grasses in the western hemisphere. Their spread and impacts across the western United States continue despite the many attempts by land managers to control these species. A new book edited by scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Forest Service and Colorado State University answers critical research, planning, and management questions about these species. The book synthesizes available literature on the biology, ecology, sociology and economics of Bromus grasses to develop a more complete picture of the factors that influence their invasiveness, impacts, and management in the western United States. Lessons learned from this [...]

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