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Progress Report: Grouse and Grazing 2016 Report


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2017-01-01 07:00:00
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Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Courtney Conway(Principal Investigator), Paul Makela(Cooperator/Partner), Courtney Conway(Cooperator/Partner), Andrew Meyers(Author), Anthony Locatelli(Author), Courtney Conway(Author), Karen Launchbaugh(Author), Paul Makela(Author), Shane Roberts(Author), David Musil(Author), 2017-01-01(Release), Progress Report: Grouse and Grazing 2016 Report,,


The distribution of the greater sage-grouse (hereafter sage-grouse; Centrocercus urophasianus) has declined to 56% of its pre-settlement distribution (Schroeder et al. 2004) and abundance of males attending leks has decreased substantially over the past 50 years throughout the species’ range (Garton et al. 2011, Garton et al. 2015, WAFWA 2015). Livestock grazing is a common land use within sage-grouse habitat, and livestock grazing has been implicated by some experts as one of numerous factors contributing to sage-grouse population declines (Beck and Mitchell 2000, Schroeder et al. 2004). However, there are also numerous mechanisms by which livestock grazing might benefit sage-grouse (Beck and Mitchell 2000, Crawford et al. 2004). [...]


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