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The place of research in range managementAuthor(s): W. M. Johnson
Source: Ames Forester. 42: 14-16.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionThere can be no progress without research. No industry can continue to meet the present day competition unless it is continually developing new products or new and better methods of production. This fact is well illustrated in the field of plastics - a recent product developed by research. The importance of this research is emphasized by the financial budget of such industries as Dow Chemical, DuPont, and others. It is of no less importance in the field of range management.
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CitationJohnson, W. M. 1955. The place of research in range management. Ames Forester. 42: 14-16.
Keywordsrange management, research, watershed, seeding
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