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- Sedivec, Kevin K., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Rangelands 2016 v.38 no.1 pp. 38-41
- American Indians; Cynomys ludovicianus; ecosystem management; home range; rangelands; territoriality; vegetation; wildlife management
- ... Past management and historic occupation by black-tailed prairie dogs will affect the vegetation responses to changes in management. Ecological sites have different production potential and may influence colonization by black-tailed prairie dogs. Thin Claypan ecological sites had the largest coterie home territory size at 1.8 ha but also had coteries among the smallest at 0.5 ha. ...
- Sedivec, Kevin K., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Rangelands 2016 v.38 no.1 pp. 23-28
- Cynomys; aboveground biomass; climate; ecosystems; environmental factors; forage; grasses; grazing; herbivores; landscapes; livestock; rangelands; rodents; soil; species diversity; vegetation; wildlife; wildlife management; Great Plains region; South Dakota
- ... The perception of prairie dogs among Native Americans living on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation is mixed. Some Native Americans focus on the loss of forage productivity, whereas others are interested in the cultural and ecological aspects of prairie dogs. The use of ecological sites may provide a mechanism for developing a management framework that would consider both livestock and prairie dog ...