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2013

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Cougar Predation Behavior in North-Central Utah, Dustin L. Mitchell

2012

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Mapping Fire Fuels Through Detection of Canopy Biomass Loading In Juniper, Sagebrush, and Gambel Oak Communities, Sean LaRoy Hammond

2011

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An Evaluation of State-and-Transition Model Development fo Ecological Sites in Northern Utah, Jamin K. Johanson

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Ecology and Conservation of Cougars in the Eastern Great Basin: Effects of Urbanization, Habitat Fragmentation, and Exploitation, David C. Stoner

2004

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Remote Sensing of Sagebrush Community Structural Patterns Across Scales, Lisa A. Langs

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Cougar Exploitation Levels in Utah: Implications for Demographic Structure, Metapopulation Dynamics, and Population Recover, David C. Stoner

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Greenstrip Establishment and Management in the Intermountain West, Brenda Kristine Younkin-Kury

2002

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A Conceptual Model to Characterize Internal Structure of Plant Communities Based on Functional Traits in Camp Williams, Utah, and Camp Grayling, Michigan, Patricia Hernandez De le Rosa

1999

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Avian Community Response to Fire in a Gambel Oak Woodland, Andreas Leidolf

1998

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Modeling Soil Loss to Determine Water Erosion Risk at Camp Williams National Guard Base, Utah, Kevin P. Bartsch

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Use of the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) Model to Predict Road Surface Erosion in Mountain Rangeland Areas, Brian J. Zalewsky

1996

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Quantification of Landscape Structure Within the Land Condition-Trend Analysis Monitoring Program at Camp Williams, Utah, Lorraine Munguia

1995

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Fire Occurrence, Behavior and the Effect of Fire on Deer Mouse Density in Oakbrush at Camp Williams National Guard Base, Utah, Joel E. Godfrey

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Classification of Vegetation and Analysis of its Recent Trends at Camp Williams, Utah Using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System Techniques, Thomas G. Van Niel