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J. J. James, Ziegenhagen, L. L., and Aanderud, Z. T., Exploitation of Nutrient-Rich Soil Patches by Invasive Annual and Native Perennial GrassesAbstract, Invasive Plant Science and Management, vol. 321893781313, no. 02, pp. 169 - 177, 2010.
D. C. Ganskopp, Cruz, R., and Johnson, D. E., Least-effort pathways?: a GIS analysis of livestock trails in rugged terrain, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, vol. 68, no. 3, pp. 179 - 190, 2000.
T. Svejcar, Laycock, W. A., and Brown, J. R., Is The Range Condition Concept Compatible With Ecosystem Dynamics?, Annual Meeting Society for Range Management. Spokane, Washington, 1992.
K. Barry Stelljes, Rangeland can improve with grazing, Agricultural Research, vol. 43, pp. 15–16, 1995.
S. M. Copeland, Davies, K. W., Boyd, C. S., and Bates, J. D., Recovery of the Herbaceous Component of Degraded Sagebrush Steppe is Unimpeded by 75 years of Moderate Cattle Grazing, Ecosphere, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 1-20, 2021.
J. J. James, Mangold, J. M., Sheley, R., and Svejcar, T., Root plasticity of native and invasive Great Basin species in response to soil nitrogen heterogeneity, Plant Ecology, vol. 202758721821831128719126876987872118283801621348174344941141899432969114143127266184181113931719, no. 2, pp. 211 - 220, 2009.
D. W. Bohnert and Stephenson, M. B., Supplementation and Sustainable Grazing Systems, Journal of Animal Science, no. suppl_6E. SupplE-SupplE-Suppl.E-Suppl, pp. 15 - 25, 2016.
T. E. Fulbright, Wildlife Responses to Brush Management: A Contemporary Evaluation, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 71, no. 1, pp. 35 - 44, 2018.
K. W. Davies, Boyd, C. S., Bates, J. D., and Hulet, A., Winter grazing can reduce wildfire size, intensity and behaviour in a shrub-grassland, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 25, no. 2, p. 191, 2015.