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1997
R. Cruz, Ganskopp, D. C., and Svejcar, T., EOARC Field Day Report, The Sagebrush Steppe: Sustainable Working Environments: Selective Livestock Grazing: A Tool for Vegetation Management, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1997.
T. Svejcar and Angell, R. F., EOARC Field Day Report, The Sagebrush Steppe: Sustainable Working Environments: The Rangeland Carbon Flux Project, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1997.
P. S. Doescher, Svejcar, T., and Jaindl, R., Gas Exchange of Idaho Fescue in Response to Defoliation and Grazing History, Journal of Range Management, vol. 50, no. 3, p. 285, 1997.
J. A. Young and Svejcar, T., Management of Perennial Pepperweed (tall whitetop): Potential for Biological Control of Perennial Pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium L.), Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1997.
T. Svejcar, Management of Perennial Pepperweed (tall whitetop): Proceedings Summary and Suggestions for Future Work, Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1997.
S. O. Wotring, Palmquist, D., Young, J. A., and Svejcar, T., Perennial pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium) rooting characteristics, Management of Perennial Pepperweed (Tall Whitetop). Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA. Special Report, vol. 972, pp. 14–15, 1997.
T. Svejcar, Mayeux, H., and Angell, R. F., The rangeland carbon dioxide flux project, Rangelands, pp. 16–18, 1997.
T. Svejcar, Riparian Zones: 1) What are they and how do they work?, Rangelands, vol. 19, pp. 4–7, 1997.
T. Svejcar, Riparian zones: 2) History and human impacts, Rangelands, vol. 19, pp. 8–12, 1997.
G. Sheeter and Svejcar, T., Streamside vegetation regrowth after clipping, Rangelands, vol. 19, p. 31, 1997.
1996
R. Sheley, Svejcar, T., Maxwell, B. D., and Jacobs, J. S., Successional rangeland weed management, Rangelands, pp. 155–159, 1996.
R. Sheley, Svejcar, T., and Maxwell, B. D., A Theoretical Framework for Developing Successional Weed Management Strategies on Rangeland, Weed Technology, vol. 108623629907131524271363, no. 04, pp. 766 - 773, 1996.
T. Svejcar, What Are Working Groups and Why Should Scientists Be Involved, Weed Technology, vol. 10912946474369, no. 02, pp. 451 - 454, 1996.

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