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Image Text search this item. Text Search The most frequent goal of revegetation is to re-establish an ecosystem that will structurally and functionally resemble the undisturbed native ecosystem. We conducted a three-year experiment at different disturbed well site locations in the San Juan Oil and Gas Producing Basin of the intermountain region of northwest New Mexico to evaluate grass stand establishment of selected cool season native and non-native grasses.

Grasses of the Intermountain Region

Native grasses Arriba western wheatgrass, bottlebrush squirreltail, Paloma Indian rice- grass, San Luis slender wheatgrass, and needle and thread grass, and non-native grasses Canada wild ryegrass and Bozoisky Russian wild ryegrass, established better than the other native and non-native grasses employed in this study, regardless of well site or annual rainfall. They owe their dominance in such regions to their ability to survive under all conditions where flowering plants can't live at all, their aggressive methods of natural vegetative propagation, and their usually abundant seed crop and irs wide dispersal by natural conditions, such as wind and water Wheeler, The grasses that persist naturally in any given region over long periods of time are those that have been successful in adjusting themselves to the factors that limit growth.

In order to survive, they must withstand extremes of drought, cold, wind, dis eases, insects, competition, and grazing Wheeler, Activities associated with oil and natural gas exploration and production can damage large areas of semi-arid range-land in San Juan and Rio Arriba Counties in New Mexico. Construction of drilling sites, roads and pipeline rights-of-way and on-site disposal of drilling fluids can reduce forage production and domesticated and non-domesticated browse production, increase soil erosion, and in many cases result in persistent stands of undesirable weeds McFarland et al.

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Abstract Understanding the environmental factors that influence spatial patterns of rangeland wildfires facilitates both fire and land management decisions. Volume 49 , Issue 1 February Pages Related Information.

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Forgot password? Laurel K. Barkworth , Utah State University Follow. They are the dominant plant group over so many parts of the world that there are many languages with a word for grassland, or even multiple kinds of grassland. They are increasingly being used as ornamentals and the woody grasses aka bamboos are now being used for flooring, cutting board, and fabric. Grasses of the Intermountain Region is derived, with a few updates and additional illustrations, from a two-volume treatment of grasses in North America that was organized and edited at Utah State University. Completing the two volumes involved over 70 contributors, at least as many herbaria, numerous reviewers, 11 illustrators, five botanical editors, and numerous other colleagues.