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Pioneers traveling along the Oregon Trail from western Nebraska, through Wyoming and southern Idaho and into eastern Oregon, referred to their travel as an 800 mile journey through a sea of sagebrush, mainly big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata). Today approximately 50 percent of the sagebrush sea…
Author(s): Bruce L. Welch
Keywords: Artemisia tridentata, distribution, canopy cover relationships, fire interval, nutritive value
Source: Gen. Tech Rep. RMRS-GTR-144. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 210 p
Year: 2005
Burned-over big sagebrush sites dominated by perennial grasses supported fewer species of birds and fewer total number of birds than sites of unburned big sagebrush sites.
Author(s): Bruce L. Welch
Keywords: fire effects, neotropical migrants, Artemisia tridentata
Source: Res. Note RMRS-RN-16. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 8 p
Year: 2002
Fuel consumption predictions are necessary to accurately estimate or model fire effects, including pollutant emissions during wildland fires. Fuel and environmental measurements on a series of operational prescribed fires were used to develop empirical models for predicting fuel consumption in big…
Author(s): Clinton S. Wright
Keywords: Artemisia tridentata, big sagebrush, fire effects, modeling, shrubs
Source: Rangeland Ecology & Management 66: 254-266.
Year: 2013
Ecosystem susceptibility to invasion by nonnative species is poorly understood, but evidence is increasing that spatial and temporal variability in resources has large-scale effects. We conducted a study in Artemisia tridentata ecosystems at two Great Basin locations examining differences in…
Author(s): Jeanne C. Chambers, Bruce A. Roundy, Robert R. Blank, Susan E. Meyer, A. Whittaker
Keywords: Artemisia tridentata, Bromus tectorum, ecological resistance, elevation gradient, fire, invasibility, plant removal, resource availability
Source: Ecological Monographs. 77(1): 117-145.
Year: 2007
Over the past century, trees have encroached into grass- and shrublands across western North America. These include Douglas-fir trees (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco var. glauca (Beissn.) Franco) encroaching into mountain big sagebrush Nutt. ssp. vaseyana (Rydb.) Beetle) from stable islands…
Author(s): Emily K. Heyerdahl, Richard F. Miller, Russell A. Parsons
Keywords: Artemisia tridentata, mountain big sagebrush, Pseudotsuga menziesii, Douglas-fir, encroachment, fire history, dendrochronology, Montana
Source: Forest ecology and management. 230(1-3): 107-118
Year: 2006
Physiological responses to temperature extremes are considered strong drivers of species’ demographic responses to climate variability. Plants are typically classified as either avoiders or tolerators in their freezing‐resistance mechanism, but a gradient of physiological‐threshold freezing…
Author(s): Brynne E. Lazarus, Matthew J. Germino, Bryce A. Richardson
Keywords: Artemisia tridentata, Asteraceae, cold hardiness, freezing avoidance, freezing resistance, freezing tolerance, freezing safety margin, ice nucleation temperature, LT50, relaxed selection
Source: American Journal of Botany. 106(7): 922-934.
Year: 2019
This guidebook describes Horse Ridge Research Natural Area, a 243-ha (600-ac) tract established to represent an example of the western juniper/big sagebrush/threadleaf sedge (Juniperus occidentalis/Artemisia tridentata/Carex filifolia) plant association.
Author(s): Reid Schuller, Ron Halvorson
Keywords: Research natural area, Juniperus occidentalis, western juniper, Artemisia tridentata, big sagebrush, Carex filifolia, threadleaf sedge, relict vegetation, juniper invasion, juniper woodland, sagebrush steppe, Northern Great Basin, Oregon High Desert
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-771. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 25 p.
Year: 2008
This guidebook describes Powell Butte Research Natural Area, a 210-ha (520-ac) tract established to represent examples of the western juniper/big sagebrush/Idaho fescue (Juniperus occidentalis/Artemisia tridentata/Festuca idahoensis) plant association, the western juniper/big sagebrush/…
Author(s): Reid Schuller, Ron Halvorson
Keywords: Research natural area, Juniperus occidentalis, western juniper, Artemisia tridentata, big sagebrush, Pseudoroegneria spicata, bluebunch wheatgrass, Festuca idahoensis, Idaho fescue, juniper woodland, sagebrush steppe, Northern Great Basin, Oregon High Desert
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-773. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 20 p.
Year: 2008
Pinyon-juniper (Pinus monophylla-Juniperus osteosperma) woodlands are expanding into shrubsteppe ecosystems in western portions of the Great Basin. Often, highly competitive trees displace the understory, and prescribed fire is increasingly used as a restoration tool. To inform management decisions…
Author(s): Elizabeth A. Allen, Jeanne C. Chambers, Robert S. Nowak
Keywords: Pinus monophylla, Juniperus osteosperma, Artemisia tridentata, seed density, seed richness, microsite, soil depth, ecosystem restoration
Source: Western North American Naturalist. 68(3): 265-277.
Year: 2008
Environmental temperatures and growth and respiratory characteristics of natural populations of two subspecies and a hybrid of sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata) that grow on a single hillside were measured to test a hypothesis that adaptation to microclimate temperature patterns restricts these taxa…
Author(s): L. D. Hansen, L. K. Farnsworth, N. K. Itoga, A. Nicholson, H. L. Summers, M. C. Whitsitt, E. D. McArthur
Keywords: Artemisia tridentata, calorespirometry, endophytes, Substrate Carbon Conversion Efficiency, temperature adaptation
Source: Journal of Arid Environments. 72(5): 643-651.
Year: 2008
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