Educational Resources for Sagebrush Landscapes

Ecology of Sagebrush Systems

Bibliographies

Photographs

SnapShot

Sagebrush Steppe Landscapes

Sagebrush Steppe Vegetation

Sagebrush Steppe Wildlife

Prescribed Burn Treatments

Other Sagebrush Treatments

Other Woodland Treatments

Yearly Photos of SageSTEP Study Site Vegetation Treatments

Great Basin Vegetation

Sagebrush Ecosystems

Links

Photographs

Photo Collections from the Great Basin Region

This collection of photos is part of our effort to make a variety of resources available for public use. The sagebrush steppe landscapes, vegetation and wildlife collections come from SageSTEP scientists, collaborators and fieldcrews, and we would like to thank all who helped provide them. These images are available in both low and high resolutions for download with credit given to Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project (SageSTEP).

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Sagebrush Steppe Landscapes

Prescribed Burn Treatments
Prescribed Burn Treatments

Other Woodland Treatments

Other Woodland Treatments

Yearly Photos of SageSTEP Study Site Vegetation Treatments

Field crews have taken yearly photos of all subplots at SageSTEP study sites throughout the Great Basin (see map). Photos included here are a selection from each region and each vegetation treatment and are representative of the research SageSTEP has been performing across the Great Basin. Please note that visual changes do not always tell a complete story, and any patterns observed in these photos can be further explored and explained through the resources available from our Publications and Research Progress link.

SageSTEP Network Map

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Sagebrush-
Woodland
Network Photos

Sagebrush-Cheatgrass
Network Photos

Pinyon-Juniper

High Desert

Western Juniper

Low Desert

Utah Juniper

Humboldt/Bonneville

Sagebrush Ecosystem Photographs

Habitat Threats book coverThe photographs on the following pages come from Habitat Threats in the Sagebrush Ecosystem: Methods of Regional Assessment and Applications in the Great Basin, edited by Dr. Michael Wisdom and others, and are used on this website with permission.

This book describes methods and example applications to identify and map threats to sagebrush habitats for the benefit of a wide array of associated species of conservation concern, and can be ordered from the Alliance Communications Group.