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Fire Ecology

Patch Burning Resources

Patch Burning Resources

Oklahoma State University

NREM Research Publications

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Theses and Dissertations

  • Vermeire, Lance T. 2002. The fire ecology of sand sagebrush-mixed prairie in the southern Great Plains.
  • Kerby, Jay D. 2002. Patch-level foraging behavior of bison and cattle on tallgrass prairie. Oklahoma State University. M.S. Thesis. 69 p.
  • Tunnell, Timothy R. 2002. Effects of patch burning on livestock performance and wildlife habitat on Oklahoma rangelands. M.S. Thesis. Oklahoma State University. 49 p.
  • Roper, Aaron. 2003. Invertebrate response to patch-burning. M.S. Thesis. Oklahoma State University. 54 p.
  • Harrell, Wade C. 2004. Importance of heterogeneity in a grassland ecosystem. PhD Dissertation. Oklahoma State University. 114 p.
  • Townsend, Darrell E. 2004. Ecological heterogeneity: Evaluating small mammal communities, soil surface temperature and artificial nest success within grassland ecosystems. Oklahoma State University. PhD Dissertation. 162 p.
  • Anderson, R.A. Hunter. 2005. Effects of fire and grazing driven heterogeneity on N cycling in tallgrass prairie.

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