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Master of Science (MS)
Peter B. Adler
The American Bison in the Henry Mountains are one of the last free-roaming, genetically pure herds of bison remaining in North America. Over the last decade, the herd has used a cattle winter range during the summer and early fall, creating a conflict between the wildlife officials who manage the bison population, and BLM officials and local ranchers who manage the rangeland.
Ware, Ian M., "The Effects of Bison on Cattle Winter Range in the Henry Mountains of South Central Utah: Resolving a Conflict" (2012). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1375.
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