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New Science Synthesis to Inform Pinyon and Juniper Woodlands Management in the Western United States

Posted date: July 10, 2020
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Authors: Chambers, Jeanne C.; Miller, Richard F. - Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center
Document type: Other Documents


Pinyon and juniper woodlands occupy over 70,000 square miles of the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau. In some areas, pinyon and juniper woodlands are expanding into other vegetation types, like sagebrush steppe. In other areas, these woodlands are contracting due to human development, more severe droughts, and larger wildfires. These ongoing changes are of concern to land managers and the communities that depend on them.
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