Preface: The U.S.-Australia Cooperative Rangeland Science Program In October 1968 the governments of the United States and Australia entered into an agreement for the purpose of facilitating close cooperative activities between the scientific communities of the two countries. The joint communique issued at that time designated the U.S. National Science Foundation and the Australian Commonwealth Department of Education and Science as the coordinating agencies. Both countries were to encourage binational teamwork in research, interchanges of scientists, joint seminars, and exchanges of information. A United States-Australia Rangeland Panel was established in December 1969 to further cooperation between the two countries in the rangeland sciences. The present panel includes the following:
McConnen, R. J.; Sadler, B. S.; Pierrehumbert, Colin L.; Renard, Kenneth G.; Brakensiek, Donald L.; Hibbert, Alden R.; Talsma, T.; Rose, C. W.; Sosebee, Ronald E.; Meeuwig, Richard; Packer, Paul; Boughton, Walter C.; Riley, J. Paul; and Hawkins, Richard H., "Watershed Management on Range and Forest Lands Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop of the United States/Australia Rangelands Panel" (1975). Reports. Paper 665.