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Grazing Exclosure Experiment on the Henry Mountains of Southern Utah
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  • Johan du Toit, Utah State University
  • Dustin Ranglack, Utah State University
Description

The data contained herein are the results of a grazing exclosure experiment on the Henry Mountains of S. Utah [38°5’ N, 100°50’W] to determine the relative impacts of bison, cattle, and lagomorphs on forage availability. Exclosures were erected in October 2011 and the standing crop of grass inside both exclosure types (full and partial), as well as an open reference plot was clipped in October 2012. Additionally, the local ranching community was surveyed to measure their perceptions of the bison – cattle conflict in the Henry Mountains.

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.csv
Publication Date
12-8-2014
Embargo Period
12-8-2014
Language
eng
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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Identifier
doi:10.15142/T3K88D
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Citation Information
Johan du Toit and Dustin Ranglack. "Grazing Exclosure Experiment on the Henry Mountains of Southern Utah" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/johan_dutoit/2/