Found 7593 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
1952 Field Day Report , Squaw Butte-Harney Range and Livestock Experiment Station, 1952.
T. Stock, Hilton, R., and Hollingsworth, C., Choosing a Pest Control Company: IPM is the Key, EC1625-E.
J. Willms, Bartuszevige, A. M., Schwilk, D. W., and Kennedy, P. L., Do thin and thin+burn treatments have similar effects on forest understory species as prescribed burning treatments?, For Ecol. & Manage (to be submitted 01/2015).
T. N. Johnson, DeBano, S. J., and Kennedy, P. L., Grazing-induced plant responses cascade to multiple trophic levels: implications for offspring quality of grassland songbirds, J. Appl. Ecol. (second revision requested 03/2014; to be submitted 01/2015).
T. Delcurto, Wyffels, S. A., Clark, A. A., Kennedy, P. L., Taylor, R. V., and DeBano, S. J., Influence of stocking density on beef cattle performance and grazing behavior on native bunchgrass prairie , Range. Ecol. & Mgmt (submitted 08/2013).
T. Stock, Corrigan, R., and Gouge, D., Integrated Pest Management of the House Mouse in Schools, EM 9062.
P. BE, Arismendi, I., Moffitt, C. M., and Penney, Z. L., Nine proposed action areas to enhance diversity and inclusion in the American Fisheries Society, Fisheries.
R. L. Flitcroft, Little, C., Cabrera, J., and Arismendi, I., Planning ecologically: the importance of management at catchment scales, in Freshwater Ecosystems in Protected Areas Conservation and Management., Oxford, UK: Taylor and Francis.
T. Stock and Castagnoli, S., Preventing Water Contamination and Pesticide Drift: A Checklist for Pesticide Applicators, EM 8964-E.
Z. Wallace, Kennedy, P. L., Squires, J. R., Oakleaf, R. J., Olson, L. L., and Dugger, K. M., Territory occupancy of ferruginous hawks is more strongly related to prey abundance and vegetative cover than density of oil and gas infrastructure, PLoS One (to be submitted 01/2015).
T. Stock, Using Pesticides Safely, EC1497.
S. Martinez-Hesterkamp, Rebollo, S., Kennedy, P. L., Pérez-Camacho, L., García-Salgado, G., and Morales-Castilla, I., What makes diurnal raptors territorial? Relative roles of recent evolution, diet and nesting habitat, Oecologia (to be submitted 01/2015).