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Sierra Nevada Ecosystems in the Presence of Livestock A report to the

Summary: Sierra Nevada Ecosystems in the Presence of Livestock
A report to the
Pacific Southwest Station and Region
USDA Forest Service
Rangeland Science Team
Barbara Allen-Diaz, UC Berkeley, Chair
Reginald Barrett, UC Berkeley
William Frost, UC Cooperative Extension
Lynn Huntsinger, UC Berkeley
Ken Tate, UC Cooperative Extension
March 22, 1999
Executive Summary
This document was prepared by a group of scientists with expertise in California rangeland
ecosystems. The group was asked to critically review the Sierra Nevada Ecosystem
Project (SNEP 1996), Forest Service Sierra Nevada Science Team (SNST 1998) report,
and other literature in order to provide an assessment of the current science base for
addressing rangeland issues in the Sierra Nevada. The Range Science Team (RST)
prepared a draft report in 5 weeks as requested, which was reviewed by scientists,
managers, users, and other interested publics. This final report adds to the literature base


Source: Allen-Diaz, Barbara - Department of Environmental Science Policy and Management, University of California at Berkeley


Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology