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Photo of RMRS scientists and university collaborators collect buds from the Buffalo Gap National Grassland for a growth chamber experiment.  Jacqueline P. Ott, South Dakota State University
ID: 798
Climate and Grazing Affect Prairie Grass Reproduction

Climate Change and Grazing Can Alter the Amount of Bud Outgrowth of Both Invasive and Native Grasses.

Principal Investigator : Jack L. Butler

Invasive Species
Resource Management and Use
Photo of A western wheatgrass bud has started to grow out from the base of its parent stem. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1012
Climate Change and Grazing Alter Invasive and Native Perennial Grass Stem Recruitment

Scientists found that smooth brome, an invasive perennial grass, out-performed the native western wheatgrass under a variety of temperature and ...

Principal Investigator : Jack L. Butler

Invasive Species
Resource Management and Use
Photo of Greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) with VHF transmitter. Carbon County, WY. Brian Dickerson, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 991
Greater Sage-grouse Demographics Prior to Wind Energy Development

Wind energy is an alternative form of energy production that is generally accepted by the public as an answer to nonrenewable forms of energy pr ...

Principal Investigator : Brian E. Dickerson

Resource Management and Use
Wildlife and Fish
Photo of Forest Service researchers investigate the factors that contribute to the expansion of a recently introduced plant species into a native prairie. USDA Forest Service
ID: 546
Investigating New Emerging Invasive Plant Threats

Forest Service scientists and partners developed an aggressive approach to investigate the biological and habitat characteristics of sickleweed, ...

Principal Investigator : Jack L. Butler

Invasive Species2013RMRS
Photo of Photo of permanent study plot in 2007 immediately prior to timber harvest. Jack Butler, USDA Forest Service
ID: 701
Ponderosa Pine Understory Vegetation Recovers Quickly Following Timber Harvest

Creating and maintaining a healthy forest relies on the resiliency of understory vegetation. The understory vegetation is largely responsible fo ...

Principal Investigator : Jack L. Butler

Resource Management and Use
Inventory and Monitoring
Invasive Species