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Estimating Pastoral Pressure On Arid Rangelands Taking Into Account Herd Management Practices, Didier Genin, Ali Hanafi 2020 Université de Provence, France

Estimating Pastoral Pressure On Arid Rangelands Taking Into Account Herd Management Practices, Didier Genin, Ali Hanafi

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


New Approaches For Coping With Pastoral Risk, M. W. Demment, D. L. Coppock, R. Kaitho 2020 University of California, Davis

New Approaches For Coping With Pastoral Risk, M. W. Demment, D. L. Coppock, R. Kaitho

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Fluorometry--An Evolving Methodology For Range Animal Ecologists, Dean M. Anderson, Gary D. Rayson 2020 U.S. Department of Agriculture

Fluorometry--An Evolving Methodology For Range Animal Ecologists, Dean M. Anderson, Gary D. Rayson

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


New Approaches To Measuring The Functional Value Of Biodiversity In Plant Communities, John Connolly, Caroline Brophy, J. A. Finn, Laura Kirwan, A. Lüscher, T. Sebastia, A. Weigelt 2020 University College Dublin, Ireland

New Approaches To Measuring The Functional Value Of Biodiversity In Plant Communities, John Connolly, Caroline Brophy, J. A. Finn, Laura Kirwan, A. Lüscher, T. Sebastia, A. Weigelt

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Development Of Resilience‐Based State‐And‐Transition Models, D. D. Briske, Brandon T. Bestelmeyer, T. K. Stringham, P. L. Shaver 2020 Texas A&M University

Development Of Resilience‐Based State‐And‐Transition Models, D. D. Briske, Brandon T. Bestelmeyer, T. K. Stringham, P. L. Shaver

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Natural And Cultural Resources, Qualities Of The Products And Local Development In Rangeland And Grassland Areas In France: Animal Products In The "Pdo System", C. Béranger, J. Bonnemaire 2020 University of Kentucky

Natural And Cultural Resources, Qualities Of The Products And Local Development In Rangeland And Grassland Areas In France: Animal Products In The "Pdo System", C. Béranger, J. Bonnemaire

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Forage Production Estimate Of Incienso (Flourensiathurifera (Mol.) Dc.), Repanda (Atriplex Repanda Phil.) And Numularia (Atriplex Nummularia Lindl.) According To Shrub Size And Annual Rainfall, P. Azócar, A. Mansilla, D. Troncoso, D. Patón 2020 Universidad de Chile, Chile

Forage Production Estimate Of Incienso (Flourensiathurifera (Mol.) Dc.), Repanda (Atriplex Repanda Phil.) And Numularia (Atriplex Nummularia Lindl.) According To Shrub Size And Annual Rainfall, P. Azócar, A. Mansilla, D. Troncoso, D. Patón

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Case Studies In Developing Rangeland Sustainability Indicators: Scale Matters, B. H. Allen‐Diaz, L. Huntsinger, J. W. Bartolome, L. D. Ford 2020 University of California

Case Studies In Developing Rangeland Sustainability Indicators: Scale Matters, B. H. Allen‐Diaz, L. Huntsinger, J. W. Bartolome, L. D. Ford

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Winter Lakes High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Winter Lakes High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 7–12 at Winter Lakes High School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in March 2019. Participation was voluntary. Winter Lakes High School had 300 students during 2018–2019, 68 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 23%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Powers Jr./Sr. High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Powers Jr./Sr. High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 7–12 at Powers Jr./Sr. High School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in February 2019. Participation was voluntary. Powers Jr./Sr. High School had 50 students during 2018–2019, 27 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 54%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Sedomocha Middle School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Sedomocha Middle School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 6–8 in SeDoMoCha Middle School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in February 2019. Participation was voluntary. SeDoMoCha Middle School had 242 students during 2018-2019, 199 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 82%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question; middle schoolers had fewer questions to answer. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Piscataquis Community High School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Piscataquis Community High School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 9–12 at Piscataquis Community High School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in February 2019. Participation was voluntary. Piscataquis Community High School had 120 students during 2018–2019, 120 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 100%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Penquis Valley School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Penquis Valley School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 6–12 at Penquis Valley School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in February 2019. Participation was voluntary. Penquis Valley School had 130 students in these grades during 2018-2019, 103 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 79%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Piscataquis & N. Somerset Counties (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Piscataquis & N. Somerset Counties (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from school principals, students at 5 schools in Piscataquis and N. Somerset Counties in Maine were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey between February and May, 2019. Participation was voluntary. The schools had a combined 666 students enrolled during 2018–2019, 578 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 87%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Greenville Consolidated School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Greenville Consolidated School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 6–12 at Greenville Consolidated School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in February 2019. Participation was voluntary. Greenville Consolidated School had 106 students in these grades during 2018-2019, 94 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 88%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Forest Hills Consolidated School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Forest Hills Consolidated School (Me), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 6–12 at Forest Hills Consolidated School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in May 2019. Participation was voluntary. Forest Hills Consolidated School had 68 students in these grades during 2018-2019, 62 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 91%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


North Bend High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

North Bend High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 7–12 at North Bend High School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in May 2019. Participation was voluntary. North Bend High School had 772 students during 2018–2019, 260 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 34%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Myrtle Point Jr./Sr. High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Myrtle Point Jr./Sr. High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 7–12 at Myrtle Point Jr./Sr. High School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in March 2019. Participation was voluntary. Myrtle Point Jr./Sr. High School had 215 students during 2018– 2019, 106 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 49%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Marshfield High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Marshfield High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 8–12 in Marshfield High School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in April 2019. Participation was voluntary. Marshfield High School had 1,000 students during 2018-2019, 400 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 40%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


Coquille Jr./Sr. High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo 2020 Oregon State University

Coquille Jr./Sr. High School (Or), Mindy Crandall, Jessica Leahy, Nicole Bernsen, Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Alexa Carleton, Liz Capodilupo

Rural Youth Futures

With permission from the school principal, students in grades 7–12 at Coquille Jr./Sr. High School were given a link to an anonymous, electronic survey in February 2019. Participation was voluntary. Coquille Jr./Sr. High School had 350 students during 2018–2019, 311 of which took the survey for a participation rate of 89%. Every question was optional, so the number of responses varies by question. Fact sheets for all schools and each county are available online at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/rural_youth_futures/


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