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Long-term vegetation recovery and invasive annual suppression in native and introduced postfire seeding treatments

Publications Posted on: May 16, 2019
Seed mixes used for postfire seeding in the Great Basin are often selected on the basis of short-term rehabilitation objectives, such as ability to rapidly establish and suppress invasive exotic annuals (e.g., cheatgrass, Bromus tectorum L.). Longer-term considerations are also important, including whether seeded plants persist, continue to suppress invasives, and promote recovery of desired vegetation.

Multi-agency Oregon Pilot: Working towards a national inventory and assessment of rangelands using onsite data

Publications Posted on: January 15, 2014
Rangelands are lands dominated by grasses, forbs, and shrubs and are managed as a natural ecosystem. Although these lands comprise approximately 40 percent of the landmass of the continental United States, there is no coordinated effort designed to inventory, monitor, or assess rangeland conditions at the national scale. A pilot project in central Oregon with the U.S.

Summary and findings of the 2006 BLM Forest Lands Report

Publications Posted on: July 20, 2009
In 2006, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) contracted with the Forest Service Forest Inventory and Analysis Program (FIA) to assist in the preparation of a report specific to all forest lands under the administration of the BLM. The BLM requested that the FIA provide information on the extent and general conditions of BLM- managed forests and woodlands, within certain statistical reliability parameters.

Efficacy of the California Bureau of Land Management Community Assistance and Hazardous Fuels Programs

Publications Posted on: September 19, 2007
This study provides a framework for assessing the social and environmental benefits and public education outcomes associated with the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management’s Community Assistance and Hazardous Fuel Programs in California.

BLM forest lands report -- 2006 status and condition

Publications Posted on: July 19, 2007
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), administers over 261 million surface acres of public land in the western United States, including Alaska. Approximately 69 million acres, or 26 percent, are classified as forested.