Rangelands

A Brief Look Back and a Longer Look Forward

Larry D. Howery, SRM President As I write this we are a little over a month away from our Annual Meeting in Sparks, NV!  If you haven’t already, please register and make your travel plans.  You have only a few more days to take advantage of the early registration rate…

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Strengths and Challenges

Barry Irving, SRM Vice President As I sit down to pen this column, I’m sitting in an uncomfortable airport because of a weather cancellation of my flight.  So, I am a little more challenged than usual today.  Before I start, I’d like to send our collective thank you to the…

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EVP Update

Jess Peterson, SRM EVP Greetings SRM Members, There are some great articles in this edition of Rangelands News, so I don’t want to command too much of your attention and time.  I just wanted to pass along a few updates, along with my sincere thanks for both your membership and…

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Importance of SRM Membership

Eddie Alford, SRM Director I am beginning my third year serving on the Board of Directors for SRM and each year my goal is to focus on a topic which might spark a new idea or innovation that will help people in our profession; whether it is in academia, administration,…

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The Year of Native Rangelands

David Brischke, VP AZ Section Area Assistant Agent, ANR Mohave & Coconino County Cooperative Extension The University of Arizona The Arizona Section of the Society for Range Management (SRM) embarked on a theme of “The Year of Native Rangelands” for our annual events this year. Arizona has almost 20 million…

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Journal Highlight: Rangeland Ecology & Management (REM) September 2017

[caption id="attachment_3305" align="alignright" width="227"] ama_70_5_cover.indd[/caption] (Volume 70, Issue 5, September 2017, Pages 529-539) Read the Editor’s Choice Award: A way of thanking authors for their research. Potential Climate Change Impacts on Four Biophysical Indicators of Cattle Production from Western US Rangelands For each issue of REM, we chose one paper as the…

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Journal Highlight: Rangelands | December 2017 Issue – Article Preview

Enhancing Wind Erosion Monitoring and Assessment for U.S. Rangelands Wind erosion is a major resource concern for rangeland managers because it can impact soil health, ecosystem structure and function, hydrologic processes, agricultural production, and air quality. Despite its significance, little is known about which landscapes are eroding, by how much, and when. The…

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