The Green Canyon Ecology Research Center in North Logan, UT was purchased for use in conducting livestock research, wildlife research, and veterinary research. This site is also the principal center for activities aimed at breeding crops, testing new varieties of grasses, and researching irrigation and soil management.

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2017

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Electromagnetic induction mapping at varied soil moisture reveals field-scale soil textural patterns and gravel lenses, Hiruy ABDU, David A. Robinson, Janis Boettinger, and Scott B. Jones; Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering

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Sequence Stratigraphy, Chemostratigraphy, and Biostratigraphy of Lower Ordovician units in Northeastern and Western Central Utah: Regional Implications, Colter R. Davis; Utah State University

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The Influence of Aspen Chemistry and the Nutritional Context on Aspen Herbivory, Kristen Y. Heroy; Utah State University

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Plant Community Chemical Composition Influences Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Intake by Sheep, Kristen Y. Heroy, Samuel B. St. Clair, Elizabeth A. Burritt, and Juan J. Villalba; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Effects Energy Supplementation and Time on Use of Medusahead by Grazing Ewes and Their Lambs, Juan J. Montes- Sánchez, Helga Van Miegrot, and Juan J. Villalba; Rangeland Ecology & Management

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Effects of Early Experience and Alternative Feeds on Medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae ssp. asperum) Intake by Sheep, Juan J. Montes-Sánchez and Juan J. Villalba; Applied Animal Behaviour Science

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Spider–Plant Interactions: An Ecological Approach, João Vasconcellos-Neto, Yuri Franchini Messas, Herbert da Silva Souza, German Antonio Villanueva-Bonila, and Gustavo Quevedo Romero; Behaviour and Ecology of Spiders

2016

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A Novel QTL Associated with Dwarf Bunt Resistance in Idaho 444 Winter Wheat, Jianli Chen, Mary J. Guttieri, Junli Zhang, David Hole, Edward Souza, and Blair Goates; Theoretical and Applied Genetics

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Does Experience with Sagebrush In utero and Early in Life Influence the Use of Sagebrush by Sheep?, Ashley T. Longmore; Utah State University

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Modulation of the Nutritional Context and Early Experience as New Tools to Increase the Use of Medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae ssp. asperum) by Grazing Sheep, Juan J. Montes; Utah State University

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Interaction Between a Tannin-Containing Legume and Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue Seed on Lambs' Feeding Behavior and Physiology, J J. Villalba, C Spackman, B M. Goff, J L. Klotz, T Griggs, and J W. MacAdam; Journal of Animal Science

2015

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Assessing the Impact of Supplements, Food Aversions, and Silica on Medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae (L.) Nevski) use by Sheep, T Hamilton, E A. Burritt, and J J. Villalba; Small Ruminant Research

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Intake of Medusahead by Sheep: Influence of Supplements, Silica and Individual Animal Variation, Juan J. Villalba and Elizabeth A. Burritt; Invasive Plant Science and Management

2014

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Effects of Supplementing Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue with Sainfoin and Polyethylene Glycol on the Physiology and Ingestive Behavior of Sheep, F Catanese, R A. Distel, and J J. Villalba; Journal of Animal Science

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Warming, Soil Moisture, and Loss of Snow Increase Bromus tectorum’s Population Growth Rate, Aldo Compagnoni; Elementa: Science of he Anthropocene

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Warming, Competition, and Bromus tectorum Population Growth Across an Elevation Gradient, Aldo Compagnoni and Peter B. Adler; Ecosphere

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Reduced Neophobia: A Potential Mechanism Explaining the Emergence of Self-medicative Behavior in Sheep, A. Vanina Egea, Jeffrey O. Hall, James Miller, Casey Spackman, and Juan J. Villalba; Physiology & Behavior

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Nitrogen Cycling in the Rhizosphere of Cheatgrass and Crested Wheatgrass: Contributions of Root Exudates and Senescence, Kendalynn A. Morris

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Influence of dietary flavours on sheep feeding behaviour and nutrient digestibility, J J. Villalba and I R. Ipharraguerre; Animal Production Science

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Aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) Intake and Preference by Mammalian Herbivores: The Role of Plant Secondary Compounds and Nutritional Context, Juan J. Villalba, Elizabeth A. Burritt, and Samuel B. St. Clair; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Registration of ‘Newell’ Smooth Bromegrass, K P. Vogel, R B. Mitchell, B L. Waldron, M R. Haferkamp, J D. Berdahl, D D. Baltensperger, Galen Erickson, and T J. Klopfenstein; JOURNAL OF PLANT REGISTRATIONS

2013

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Preference for Tannin-containing Supplements by Sheep Consuming Endophyte-infected Tall Fescue Hay, M. Bernard, B. Maughan, and J. J. Villalba; Journal of Animal Science

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Climate change and plant demography in the sagebrush steppe, Aldo Compagnoni; All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

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Plant Secondary Compounds as Complementary Resources: Are They Always Complementary?, G. Copani, J. O. Hall, J. Miller, A. Priolo, and J. J. Villlba; Journal of Animal Science

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Influence of Diet Sequence on Intake of Foods Containing Ergotamine d Tartrate, Tannins and Saponins by Sheep, Tiffanny Lyman Jensen, Frederick D. Provenza, and Juan J. Villalba; Applied Animal Behaviour Science