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2021

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Plant Functional Groups and Species Contribute to Ecological Resilience a Decade After Woodland Expansion Treatments, Stephanie Freund, Beth A. Newingham, Jeanne C. Chambers, Alexandra K. Urza, Bruce A. Roundy, and J. Hall Cushman; Ecosphere

2020

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Long‐Term Effects of Tree Expansion and Reduction on Soil Climate in a Semiarid Ecosystem, Bruce A. Roundy, R. F. Miller, R. J. Tausch, J. C. Chambers, and B. M. Rau; Ecosphere

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Long-Term Effectiveness of Tree Removal to Re-Establish Sagebrush Steppe Vegetation and Associated Spatial Patterns in Surface Conditions and Soil Hydrologic Properties, C. Jason Williams, Justin C. Johnson, Frederick B. Pierson, Cameron S. Burleson, Viktor O. Polyakov, Patrick R. Kormos, and S. Kossi Nouwakpo; Water

2018

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Resilience and Resistance in Sagebrush Ecosystems are Associated with Seasonal Soil Temperature and Water Availability, Bruce A. Roundy, Jeanne C. Chambers, David A. Pyke, Richard F. Miller, Robin J. Tausch, Eugene W. Schupp, Benjamin Rau, and Trevor Gruell; Ecosphere

2014

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Soil Resources Influence Vegetation and Response to Fire and Fire-Surrogate Treatments in Sagebrush-Steppe Ecosystems, Benjamin M. Rau, Jeanne C. Chambers, David A. Pyke, Bruce A. Roundy, Eugene W. Schupp, Paul Doescher, and Todd G. Caldwell; Rangeland Ecology & Management

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Piñon-Juniper Reduction Increases Soil Water Availability of the Resource Growth Pool, Bruce A. Roundy, Kert Young, Nathan Cline, April Hulet, Richard F. Miller, Robin J. Tausch, Jeanne C. Chambers, and Benjamin Rau; Rangeland Ecology & Management

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Mechanical Mastication of Utah Juniper Encroaching Sagebrush Steppe Increases Inorganic Soil N, Kert R. Young, Bruce A. Roundy, and Dennis L. Eggett; Applied and Environmental Soil Science

2009

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Mycorrhizae In Sagebrush-Steppe Community Restoration: Mycorrhizal Dependency Of Invasive And Native Grasses With Intraspecific And Interspecific Competition, Dara S. Scherpenisse