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J. D. Bates, Davies, K. W., and Miller, R. F., Wyoming Big Sagebrush Cover Types in Eastern Oregon: Ecological Potentials and Sage-grouse Guideline Habitat Requirements, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 2006.
J. D. Bates and Davies, K. W., Wyoming big sagebrush Associations of Eastern Oregon; Vegetation Attributes, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center, 2015.
D. Winkler, J., W., and Fallan, K., Writing Local Plans. A 30 minute video supporting the Writing Local Plans Training Manual for Creating the Planning Process to aid counties in developing their own county plans., 2003.
S. Mittal and Reimer, J., Would Indian farmers benefit from liberalization of world cotton and sugar markets?, vol. 38, no. 3, pp. 301 - 312, 2008.
J. F. Price and Rondon, S. I., “Worms” are fall strawberry pests, University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Gulf Coast Research and Education Research Center Balm, 2005.
B. C. Strik, Clark, J. R., Finn, C. E., and Banados, P., Worldwide production of blackberries, 1995 to 2005 and predictions for growth. , HortTechnology, vol. 17, pp. 205-213, 2007.
B. C. Strik, Clark, J. R., Finn, C. E., and Banados, M. P., Worldwide production of blackberries, Acta Hort., vol. 777, pp. 209-218, 2008.
T. - P. G, C. Baker, S., K, R., Martien, K. K., Baird, R. W., Hutt, A., Stone, G., AA, M. - G., Caballero, S., Endo, T., LAVERY, S. H. A. N. E., M, O., Couach, O., and C, G., A worldwide perspective on the population structure and genetic diversity of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in New Zealand, The Journal of Heredity, 2009.
M. Oremus, Gales, R., Dalebout, M. L., Funahashi, N., Endo, T., KAGE, T. A. K. A. H. I. R. O., Steel, D., and BAKER, S. C. O. T. T. C., Worldwide mitochondrial DNA diversity and phylogeography of pilot whales (Globicephala spp.), Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, vol. 98, no. 4, pp. 729 - 744, 2009.
K. Japhet, Hannaway, D. B., Shuler, P. E., Niess, M. L., Griffith, S. M., Fick, G. W., and Allen, G. V., World wide web curriculum design using national collaboration, J. of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education, vol. 28, 1999.
K. F. Thompson, C. Baker, S., van Helden, A., Patel, S., Millar, C., and Constantine, R., The world’s rarest whale, Current Biology, vol. 22, no. 21, pp. R905 - R906, 2012.
K. G. Mansfield, Riley, L. K., and Kent, M. L., Workshop Summary: Detection, Impact, and Control of Specific Pathogens in Animal Resource Facilities, ILAR Journal, vol. 51, no. 2, pp. 171 - 179, 2010.
C. G. Cogger and Sullivan, D. M., Worksheet for calculating biosolids application rates in agriculture, Washington State University Cooperative Extension, 2007.
D. A. Burgard, Banta-Green, C., and Field, J., Working upstream: how far can you go with sewage-based drug epidemiology?, Environmental science & technology, vol. 48, pp. 1362–1368, 2013.
B. Smith, Sheley, R., and Bingham, B. S., A working ranch with an effective medusahead management program, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center, 2011.
V. D. Zheljazkov, Stratton, G. W., Pincock, J., Butler, S., Jeliazkova, E. A., Nedkov, N. K., and Gerard, P. D., Wool-waste as organic nutrient source for container-grown plants, Waste Management, vol. 29, no. 7, pp. 2160 - 2164, 2009.
V. D. Zheljazkov, Stratton, G. W., Pincock, J., Butler, S., Jeliazkova, E. A., Nedkov, N. K., and Gerard, P. D., Wool waste as organic source for container grown plants, Waste Manage., vol. 29, pp. 2160-2164, 2009.
V. D. Zheljazkov, Jeliazkova, E. A., and Nedkov, N. K., Wool and Hair Waste as Nutrient Source for High-value Crops, HortScience, vol. 41, no. 4, 2006.
D. D. Johnson and Miller, R. F., Woodland Expansion, Stand Dynamics and Fuel Loads in Western Juniper Woodlands, in 57th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, 2006.
B. M. Rau, Johnson, D. W., Blank, R. R., Tausch, R. J., Roundy, B. A., Miller, R. F., Caldwell, T. G., and Lucchesi, A., Woodland expansion’s influence on belowground carbon and nitrogen in the Great Basin U.S., Journal of Arid Environments, vol. 75, no. 9, pp. 827 - 835, 2011.
W. J. Ripple, Painter, L. E., Beschta, R. L., and C. Gates, C., Wolves, Elk, Bison, and Secondary Trophic Cascades in Yellowstone National Park, The Open Ecology Journal, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 31 - 37, 2014.
D. C. Ganskopp and Bohnert, D. W., Wolfy forage: Its effect on cattle distribution and diet quality, Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center. Range Field Day Report, pp. 4–9, 2004.
P. E. Clark and Johnson, D. E., Wolf-cattle interactions in the northern Rocky Mountains, Range Field Day 2009 Progress Report, p. 1, 2009.
R. F. Cooke, Bohnert, D. W., Reis, M. M., and Cappellozza, B. Ieda, Wolf presence in the ranch of origin: Impacts on temperament and physiological responses of beef cattle following a simulated wolf encounter1, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 912927196567878990239056181522156672130746688, no. 12, pp. 5905 - 5911, 2013.
T. O. B. I. N. D. NORTHFIELD, PAINI, D. E. A. N. R., Reitz, S. R., and FUNDERBURK, J. O. E. E., Within plant interspecific competition does not limit the highly invasive thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis in Florida, Ecological Entomology, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 181 - 187, 2011.