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Starkey Publications for Disturbance
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Cook, JohnPublished AbstractCook, John G.; Riggs, Robert A.; Kie, John G. 1998. Role of large herbivores in management in restoration of disturbance-adapted forest ecosystems. In: Reig, Santiago, ed. Abstracts: Euro-American mammal congress; 1998 July 19-24; Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Santiago de Compostela, Spain: Universid
Wisdom, MichaelPublicationWisdom, M.J., Vavra, M., Boyd, J.M., Hemstrom, M.A., Ager, A.A., and Johnson, B.K. 2006. Understanding ungulate herbivory-episodic disturbance effects: knowledge gaps and management needs. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(2):283-292.

 
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