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T. Svejcar and Havstad, K. M., Improving Field-Based Experimental Research to Compliment Contemporary Management, Rangelands, vol. 31, no. 5, pp. 26 - 30, 2009.
T. Svejcar, Implications of weedy species in management and restoration of pinyon and juniper woodlands, SB Monson and R. Stevens, compilers, Proceedings: ecology and management of pinyon-juniper communities within the Interior West. Rocky Mountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service RMRS-9, Ogden, UT, pp. 394–396, 1999.
R. F. Miller, Svejcar, T., and Rose, J. A., Impacts of Western Juniper on Plant Community Composition and Structure, Journal of Range Management, vol. 53, no. 6, p. 574, 2000.
R. F. Miller, Svejcar, T., and Rose, J. A., Impacts of western juniper on plant community composition and structure., Journal of Range Management, vol. 53, no. 6, 2000.
R. Miller, Svejcar, T., and Rose, J. A., The Impacts of Juniper Encroachment on Understory Cover and Diversity, Range Field Day, pp. 11–24, 1999.
J. Krueger-Mangold, Sheley, R., Engel, R., Jacobsen, J., Svejcar, T., and Zabinski, C. A., Identification of the limiting resource within a semi-arid plant association, Journal of Arid Environments, vol. 58, no. 3, pp. 309 - 320, 2004.
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J. D. Bates and Svejcar, T., Herbaceous succession after burning of cut western juniper trees, Western North American Naturalist, vol. 69, pp. 9–25, 2009.
J. D. Bates and Svejcar, T., Herbaceous Succession After Burning of Cut Western Juniper Trees, Western North American Naturalist, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 9 - 25, 2009.
J. D. Bates, Herbaceous Biomass Response to Prescribed Fire in Juniper-Encroached Sagebrush Steppe, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 72, no. 1, pp. 28-35, 2019.
J. A. Young and Svejcar, T., Harvesting energy from 19th century Great Basin woodlands, in Proceedings: Ecology and Management of Pinyon-Juniper Communities Within the Interior West, 1999.

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