Rangeland managers' adoption of innovations, awareness of state and transition models, and management of Bromus tectorum : a survey of ranchers and natural resource professionals in Wyoming and Colorado
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Decision-making tools that help land managers understand the complexity of interactions between the human and biophysical components of rangelands and make decisions in a changing environment are necessary for sustainable rangeland management. To ensure the success of such tools, it is important to understand the end users' knowledge, views, and current management practices related to decision-making tools, as well as the factors associated with their adoption and implementation. We facilitated focus groups and distributed a self-administered mail survey to ranchers and natural resource professionals ...