Steven D Warren
Steven D Warren
U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei fs.fed.us
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The influence of livestock trampling under intensive rotation grazing on soil hydrologic characteristics.
SD Warren, TL Thurow, WH Blackburn, NE Garza
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 39 (6 …, 1986
2871986
Soil response to trampling under intensive rotation grazing
SD Warren, MB Nevill, WH Blackburn, NE Garza
Soil Science Society of America Journal 50 (5), 1336-1341, 1986
2081986
Response of grassland arthropods to burning: a review
SD Warren, CJ Scifres, PD Teel
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 19 (2), 105-130, 1987
1991987
Surface disturbance of cryptobiotic soil crusts: nitrogenase activity, chlorophyll content, and chlorophyll degradation
J Belnap, KT Harper, SD Warren
Arid Land Research and Management 8 (1), 1-8, 1994
1971994
An evaluation of methods to determine slope using digital elevation data
SD Warren, MG Hohmann, K Auerswald, H Mitasova
Catena 58 (3), 215-233, 2004
1592004
Synopsis: influence of biological soil crusts on arid land hydrology and soil stability
SD Warren
Biological soil crusts: Structure, function, and management, 349-360, 2001
1522001
Rainfall interception by midgrass, shortgrass, and live oak mottes
TL Thurow, WH Blackburn, SD Warren, CA Taylor
Society for Range Management, 1987
1481987
Biodiversity and the heterogeneous disturbance regime on military training lands
SD Warren, SW Holbrook, DA Dale, NL Whelan, M Elyn, W Grimm, ...
Restoration Ecology 15 (4), 606-612, 2007
1332007
US Army land condition-trend analysis (LCTA) plot inventory field methods
DJ Tazik, SD Warren, VE Diersing, RB Shaw, RJ Brozka, CF Bagley, ...
US Army Corps of Engineers, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, 1992
1091992
Effects of season and stage of rotation cycle on hydrologic condition of rangeland under intensive rotation grazing.
SD Warren, WH Blackburn, CA Taylor
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 39 (6 …, 1986
1051986
Toleration of traffic by vegetation: life form conclusions and summary extracts from a comprehensive data base
TP Yorks, NE West, RJ Mueller, SD Warren
Environmental Management 21 (1), 121-131, 1997
1031997
Validation of a 3-D enhancement of the Universal Soil Loss Equation for prediction of soil erosion and sediment deposition
SD Warren, H Mitasova, MG Hohmann, S Landsberger, FY Iskander, ...
Catena 64 (2-3), 281-296, 2005
912005
Physiological variation among native and exotic winter annual plants associated with microbiotic crusts in the Mojave Desert
LA DeFalco, JK Detling, CR Tracy, SD Warren
Plant and Soil 234 (1), 1-14, 2001
832001
Biological soil crusts and hydrology in North American deserts
SD Warren
Biological soil crusts: structure, function, and management, 327-337, 2001
812001
Tracked vehicle traffic effects on the hydrologic characteristics of central Texas rangeland
TL Thurow, SD Warren, DH Carlson
Transactions of the ASAE 36 (6), 1645-1650, 1993
801993
Patton's tracks in the Mojave Desert, USA: an ecological legacy
J Belnap, SD Warren
Arid Land Research and Management 16 (3), 245-258, 2002
782002
Soil hydrologic response to number of pastures and stocking density under intensive rotation grazing.
SD Warren, WH Blackburn, CA Taylor
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 39 (6 …, 1986
781986
Biological soil crusts and livestock in arid ecosystems: are they compatible?
SD Warren, DJ Eldridge
Biological soil crusts: structure, function, and management, 401-415, 2001
772001
Elevational distribution of insect pollinators
SD Warren, KT Harper, GM Booth
American Midland Naturalist, 325-330, 1988
741988
Active military training areas as refugia for disturbance-dependent endangered insects
SD Warren, R Büttner
Journal of Insect Conservation 12 (6), 671-676, 2008
712008
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