Dutchwoman Butte revisited

Jim Sprinkle, Mick Holder, Chas Erickson, Al Medina, Dan Robinett, George Ruyle, Jim Maynard, Sabrina Tuttle, John Hays, Walt Meyer, Scott Stratton, Alix Rogstad, Kevin Eldredge, Joe Harris, Larry Howery, Wesley Sprinkle

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Abstract

Dutchwoman Butte (DWB) is a 100-acre isolated landform that supports a relict vegetation. This rangeland was being monitored by the so called "Reading the Range" which is a collaborative range-monitoring program. This program assesses rangelands with the use of standardized monitoring techniques and assists in management decisions. This DWB has been compared to a grazed area located 25 miles away. Other topics being discussed include: the description and history of Dutchwoman Butte as well as for the nearby grazed whiskey tank companion site; range monitoring and soil data collection; species composition; and the management implications.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages21-34
Number of pages14
Volume29
No6
Specialist publicationRangelands
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2007

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Geography, Planning and Development
  • Ecology
  • Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law

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    Sprinkle, J., Holder, M., Erickson, C., Medina, A., Robinett, D., Ruyle, G., Maynard, J., Tuttle, S., Hays, J., Meyer, W., Stratton, S., Rogstad, A., Eldredge, K., Harris, J., Howery, L., & Sprinkle, W. (2007). Dutchwoman Butte revisited. Rangelands, 29(6), 21-34. https://doi.org/10.2111/1551-501X(2007)29[21:DBR]2.0.CO;2