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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1998

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Hydraulic Lift and Soil Nutrient Heterogeneity, M. M. Caldwell, T. E. Dawson, and J. H. Richards; Oecologia

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Nitrate and Phosphate Uptake by Agropyron Desertorum and Artemisia Tridentata from Soil Patches with Balanced and Unbalanced Nitrate and Phosphate Supply, Sara E. Duke and Martyn M. Caldwell; New Phytologist

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Food Flavor and Nutritional Characteristics Alter Dynamics of Food Preference in Lambs, David M. Early and Frederick D. Provenza; Journal of Animal Science

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Solar UV-B and Visible Radiation in Tropical Forest Gaps: Measurements Partitioning Direct and Diffuse Radiation, Stephan D. Flint and Martyn M. Caldwell; Global Change Biology

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Social and Environment Factors Influence Cattle Distribution on Rangeland, Larry D. Howery, Frederick D. Provenza, Roger E. Banner, and Cody B. Scott; Applied Animal Behavior Science

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How do Animals Learn if Rangeland Plants are Toxic or Nutritious, Larry D. Howery, Frederick D. Provenza, George B. Ruyle, and Nancy C. Jordan; Rangelands

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Effects of Nutrient Patches and Root Systems on the Clonal Plasticity of a Rhizomatous Grass, Elisabeth Huber-Sannwald, David A. Pyke, Martyn M. Caldwell, and Susan Durham; Ecology

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Demographic and Growth Responses of a Guerrilla and a Phalanx Perennial Grass in Competitive Mixtures, L. David Humphrey and David A. Pyke; Journal of Ecology

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Sheep Fed Grain Prefer Foods and Solutions That Attenuate Acidosis, Timothy S. Phy and Frederick D. Provenza; Journal of Animal Science

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Nutrient Acquisition from Soils with Patchy Nutrient Distributions: Importance of Patch Size, Degree of Variability and Root Uptake Kinetics, R. J. Ryel and M. M. Caldwell; Ecology

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Variety of Foods and Flavors Affects Selection of Foraging Location by Sheep, Lindsey L. Scott and Frederick D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behavior Science

1997

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Exploitation of Springtime Ephemeral N Pulses by Six Great Basin Plant Species, C. J. Bilbrough and M. M. Caldwell; Ecology

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Effect of an Unfamiliar Location on the Consumption of Novel and Familiar Foods by Sheep, E. A. Burritt and F. D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behavior Science

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Growth and Nitrogen Uptake by Agropyron Desertorum and Pseudoroegneria Spicata When Exposed to Nitrate Pulses of Different Durations, M. Cui and M/ M. Caldwell; Australian Journal of Plant Physiology

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Shading Reduces Exploitation of Soil Nitrate and Phosphate by Agropyron desertorum and Artemisia tridentata from Soils with Patchy and Uniform Nutrient Distributions, M. Cui and M. M. Caldwell; Oecologia

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Winter Activity Patterns of American Martens (Martes americana): Rejection of the Hypothesis of Thermal-Cost Minimization, Gary S. Drew and John A. Bissonette; Canadian Journal of Zoology

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Preference for Flavored Wheat Straw by Lambs Conditioned with Intraruminal Infusions of Acetate and Propionate, Juan J. Frederick and Frederick D. Provenza; Journal of Animal Science

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Effectiveness of Volatile Irritants at Reducing Consumption of Eggs by Captive Coyotes, Suzanne E. Hoover and Michael R. Comover; Journal of Wildlife Management

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Perception of Neighboring Plants by Rhizomes and Roots: Morphological Manifestations of a Clonal Plant, E. Huber-Sannwald, D. A. Pyke, and M. M. Caldwell; Canadian Journal of Botany

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Overcoming Food Neophobia in Domestic Ruminants Through Addition of Familiar Flavor and Repeated Exposure to Novel Foods, K. L. Launchbaugh, F. D. Provenza, and M. J. Werkmeister; Applied Animal Behavior Science

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Tall Larkspur Ingestion: Can Cattle Regulate Intake Below Toxic Levels, James A. Pfister, Frederick D. Provenza, Gary D. Manners, Dale R. Gardner, and Michael H. Ralphs; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Dynamics of Preference by Sheep Offered Foods Varying in Flavors, Nutrients, and a Toxin, Jian Wang and Frederick D. Provenza; Journal of Chemical Ecology

1996

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Species Interactions at the Level of Fine Roots in the Field: Influence of Soil Nutrient Heterogeneity and Plant Size, M. M. Caldwell, J. H. Manwaring, and S. Durham; Oecologia

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Impact of Consuming Tall Fescue Leaves with the Endophytic Fungus, Acremonium coenophialum, on Meadow Voles, Michael R. Conover; Journal of Mammalogy

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Facilitation of Plant Phosphate Acquisition by Arbuscular Mycorrhizae from Enriched Soil Patches: 1 Roots and Hyphae Exploiting the Same Soil Volume, M. Cui and M. M. Caldwell; New Phytologist