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Livestock grazing and sage-grouse habitat: impacts and opportunities
Contributor:Boyd, Chad S.; Beck, Jeffrey L.; Tanaka, John A.
Sage-grouse obtain resources for breeding, summer, and winter life stages from sagebrush communities. Grazing can change the productivity, composition, and structure of herbaceous plants in sagebrush communities, thus ...
Why Grazing Permits Have Economic Value
Contributor:Rimbey, Neil R.; Torell, L. Allen; Tanaka, John A.
Grazing permit value supposedly arises as a cost advantage for permit holders. Yet, ranches are overpriced relative to income earning potential. Hedonic models for New Mexico and the Great Basin were used to evaluate permit ...
Ranch level economic impact analysis for public lands : a guide to methods, issues, and applications
Contributor:Torell, L. Allen; Rimbey, Neil R.; Tanaka, John A.; Taylor, David T.; Wulfhorst, J. D.
Legal mandates require public land managers to consider social and economic impacts in planning efforts, and analysts seek models and tools for use in resource planning and impact assessment. In this paper we review ...
Plenary Speech & Lunch
Contributor:Hira, Tahira K.
Track 2 : Legal Horizons in Healthcare
Track 2 : Regulatory/Legal Issues
Evolution of Problem-solving Abilities in Carnivores : Badgers and Bears to Snow Leopards and Spotted Hyenas, The
Benson-Amram and her UW graduate students are interested in understanding the evolution of complex cognitive abilities in animals; investigating what animals know about their social and ecological environments; and asking ...
Closing Plenary/Panel & Lunch : "Planning for the Home Stretch : End of Life Panel"
Contributor:Works, Cindy Ann; Vincenti, Virginia; Davis, Kelly S.
Food for Dignity & Democracy
Contributor:Porter, Christine M.