Publications and Research Products
SageSTEP Publication List - Bibliography of publications resulting from the SageSTEP research, organized by topic. If you need help accessing journal articles, please email email@example.com. Download as an Excel file.
Newsletter - Current and archived issues of SageSTEP News dating back to 2006
Fact Sheets - General and site-specific fact sheets for the SageSTEP research and study sites
Field Guides - Information about the Western Juniper Field Guide and Piñon and Juniper Field Guide
Pocket Guide to Sagebrush by Leila Shultz
Many of the publications available on this site are available in PDF format. To download an updated version of Adobe Reader (for viewing PDF documents), click here.
Visit our Bibliography pages for a comprehensive list of publications related to sagebrush ecosystems, the Great Basin, pinyon and juniper woodlands, cheatgrass invasion, birds in sagebrush steppe, and fire.
Featured Outreach Products
A special Issue of Rangeland Ecology and Management is now available featuring 13 papers from SageSTEP scientists.
Cheatgrass Article in the New York Times
SageSTEP Project Coordinator Jim McIver was quoted in a NYT article about cheatgrass and the fungus that is being considered as a biological control for this invasive species. View the article online at this link. July 20, 2012.
SageSTEP Long-Term Monitoring Plans
Want a snapshot of what we've accomplished so far and our plans for the future of the project? Check out this 2-page fact sheet.
For more information about the original study, see our 2009 SageSTEP General Fact Sheet.
CESU Project Spotlight
A two-page publication written by the Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit (CESU) highlighting SageSTEP as an exemplary collaborative project.
Cost of Treatments Fact Sheet
Guide to Legal and Institutional Resources for Restoration and Management of Great Basin Rangelands
This online guide is a compilation of resources intended to serve as a starting point to help public and private land managers figure out which considerations are most relevant to the implementation of vegetation treatments in Great Basin states. The guide includes the following information:
Section 1 National Resources: Fire, Herbicides and Pesticides, Mechanical Treatments, Grazing, Sensitive Species, General Land Management
Section 2 State Resources: Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington