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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1994

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Light Field Heterogeneity Among Tussock Grasses: Theoretical Considerations of Light Harvesting and Seedling Establishment in Tussocks and Uniform Tiller Distributions, R. J. Ryel, W. Beyschlag, and M. M. Caldwell; Oecologia

1993

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Effects of Soil Temperature and Nitrogen Status on Kinetics of 15NO3 Uptake by Roots of Field-grown Agropyron Desertorum, H. Bassirirad, M. M. Caldwell, and C. Bilbrough; New Phytologist

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Effects of Simulated Aircraft Noise on Hearing, Food Detection, and Predator Avoidance Behavior of the Kit Fox, Vulpes marotis, Ann E. Bowles and Jon K. Francine; Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

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Physiology of Plants Recovering from Defoliation, D. D. Briske and J. H. Richards; Proceedings of the XVII International Grassland Congress

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Sonic Boom/Animal Stress Project Report on Elk, Antelope, and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, Thomas D. Bunch and Gar W. Workman; Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

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Geostatistical Patterns of Soil Heterogeneity Around Individual Perennial Plants, R. B. Jackson and M. M. Caldwell; Journal of Ecology

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Scale of Nutrient Heterogeneity Around Individual Plants and its Quantification with Geostatistics, R. B. Jackson and M. M. Caldwell; Ecology

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Can Plants Practice Mimicry to Avoid Grazing by Mammalian Herbivores, Karen L. Launchbaugh and Frederick D. Provenza; OIKOS

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Experience with Blackbrush Affects Ingestion of Shrub Live Oak by Goats, Luis Ortega-Reyes and Frederick D. Provenza

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Amount of Experience and Age Affect the Development of Foraging Skills of Goats Browsing Blackbrush Colegyne Ramosissima, Luis Ortega-Reyes and Fredick D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behavior Science

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Temporal Contiguity Between Food Ingestion and Toxicosis Affects the Acquisition of Food Aversions in Sheep, Frederick D. Provenza, Justin J. Lynch, and John V. Nolan; Applied Animal Behavior Science

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Foliage Orientation and Carbon Gain in Two Tussock Grasses as Assessed with a New Whole-plant Gas Exchange Model, R. Ryel, W. Beyschlag, and M. M. Caldwell; Functional Ecology

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Experimental Radar‐activated Hazing System, Richard A. Weber and Barbara A. Filas; Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

1992

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Lambs Form Preferences for Nonnutritive Flavors Paired with Glucose, Elizabeth A. Burritt and Frederick D. Provenza; Journal of Animal Science

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Soil Solution Phosphate, Root Uptake Kinetics and Nutrient Acquisition: Implications for a Patchy Soil Environment, M. M. Caldwell, L. M. Dudley, and R. Lilieholm; Oecologia

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Shading and the Capture of Localized Soil Nutrients: Nutrient Contents, Carbohydrates, and Root Uptake Kinetics of a Perennial Tussock Grass, R. B. Jackson and M. M. Caldwell; Oecologia

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Effects of age and Conditions on Maternally Mediated Food Selection by Lambs, Sarwat N. Mirza and Frederick D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behavior Science

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Food Preferences in Lambs After Exposure to Flavors in Milk, Dale L. Nolte and Frederick D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behaviour Science

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Food Preferences in Lambs After Exposure to Flavors in Solid Foods, Dale L. Nolte and Frederick D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behaviour Science

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Dry Lot Performance and Ruminal Papillae Development of Lambs Exposed to a High Concentrate Diet While Nursing, L. Ortega-Reyes, F. D. Provenza, C. F. Parker, and P. G. Hatfield; Small Ruminant Research

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Behavioral Toxicology of Livestock Ingestion Plant Toxins, James A. Pfister, Carl D. Cheney, and Fredrick D. Provenza; Journal of Range Management

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Mechanisms of Learning in Diet Selection with Reference to Phytotoxicosis in Herbivores, Frederick D. Provenza, James A. Pfister, and Carl D. Cheney; Journal of Range Management

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Relationships Between Relative Growth Rate, Meristematic Potential, and Compensatory Growth of Semiarid-land Shrubs, J. L. Wandera, J. H. Richards, and R. J. Mueller; Oecologia

1991

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Interactions Between Woody Plants and Browsing Mammals Mediated by Secondary Metabolites, John P. Bryant, Frederick D. Provenza, John Pastor, Paul B. Reichardt, Thomas P. Clausen, and Johan T. DuToit; Annual Review of Ecological Systems

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Ability of Lambs to Learn with a Delay Between Food Ingestion and Consequences Given Meals Containing Novel and Familiar Foods, E. A. Burritt and F. D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behavior Science