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SageSTEP Symposium: Disturbance, Resilience and Thresholds in Sagebrush Ecosystems

Society for Range Management 65th Annual Meeting
January 29-February 3, 2012
Spokane, Washington

Jim McIver

Symposium and SageSTEP Introduction

Jim McIver, Oregon State University

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Jeanne Chambers

Understanding the importance of resilience and resistance to restoration of sagebrush rangelands

Jeanne Chambers, USDA-FS Rocky Mountain Research Station

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Mark Brunson

Human behavior as a factor in ecosystem resilience

Mark Brunson, Utah State University

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Rick Miller

Soil moisture-temperature regimes: Influence on ecological resilience, resistance, and site response following piƱon-juniper removal

Rick Miller, Oregon State University

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Steve Hanser

Resistance and resilience of bird communities to pinyon-juniper removal by prescribed fire

Steve Hanser, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center

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Bruce Roundy

Effects of fuel treatment disturbances on soil water availability and potential resilience and resistance to weed invasion of sagebrush communities

Bruce Roundy, Brigham Young University

Presentation with audio
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Dave Pyke

Assessing Resilience: What is the potential for a state change and how might we assess it?

Dave Pyke, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center

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Dave Pyke

Bunchgrass community structure as a factor influencing resilience of sagebrush steppe ecosystems

Michael Reisner, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Dave Pyke, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center

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Jason Williams

Hydrologic response of sagebrush steppe to woodland encroachment and subsequent tree removal: implications for assessing sagebrush steppe hydrologic stability and resiliency

Fred Pierson and Jason Williams, USDA Agricultural Research Service

Presentation with audio
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Jim McIver

SageSTEP as an integrative study of resilience and thresholds: Challenges, application, and next steps

Jim McIver, Oregon State University

Presentation with audio
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