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C Annual precipitation (cm) was estimated from PRISM models (Daly et al. 1994). d Soil properties were obtained from the STATSGO soils database (United States Department of Agriculture 1995). Available water capacity was the total depth (cm) of available water in the soil proﬁle. Soil pH represented the maximum value for soil reaction of the surface soil layer. Salinity (millimhos per centimeter) was measured as electrical conductivity of the soil in a saturated paste. 3. Distribution of sagebrush lands by public agency within the Sage Grouse Conservation Area in the United States and Canada.
Livestock Grazing Unrestricted grazing coupled with increasing and unsustainable numbers of livestock, particularly on higher-elevation rangelands used during summer, resulted in conflicts among cattle and sheep grazers and calls for regulation (Carpenter 1981, Poling 1991, Donahue 1999). S. Forest Service (USFS) in the Department of Agriculture and to the Grazing Service in the Department of the Interior (Donahue 1999). 1) gave the USFS the right to manage grazing on forest reserves. Subsequently, permits were established to graze a specified number of animals exclusively on tracts within the forest system.
Established the ﬁrst national forests. 1894 Carey Act 43 USC 641 Provided for 404,685 ha of federal lands in each state to be transferred to the state or to the actual settlers (limited to 65 ha each) provided that the lands could be irrigated. Colorado, Nevada, and Wyoming were each awarded an additional 404,685 ha and Idaho an additional 809,372 ha under subsequent amendments. 1 (continued) Year Legislative act Citation Land use 1897 USDA Forest Service Organic Administration Act 16 USC 475 Restricted the president’s authority to withdraw public lands for forest reserves.
Greater sage-grouse : ecology and conservation of a landscape species and its habitats by Steven T. Knick, John W. Connelly