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Hardegree's weather, adaptive management, and revegetation materials

Using weather data and adaptive management to improve the probabilities of successful revegetation.
Background materials associated with Stuart Hardegree's Webinar:
Chapter 4: Assessment of Range Planting as a Conservation Practice, Hardegree, SP, TA Jones, BA Roundy, NL Shaw, and TA Monaco, 2011. Pp. 171-212 in Briske, D.D., editor. Conservation Benefits of Rangeland Practices: Assessment, Recommendations, and Knowledge Gaps. United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Chapter 6: Weather Variability, Ecological Processes, and Optimization of Soil Micro-environment for Rangeland Restoration. Hardegree, SP, J Cho, and JM Schneider.  2012. Monaco, Thomas A., & Sheley, Roger A. (Eds.). Invasive Plant Ecology and Management: Linking Processes to Practice (CABI Invasives Series). Oxfordshire, UK: CABI (Centre for Agricultural Bioscience International)
Using weather data to improve decision-making. Hardegree, SP, JM Schneider, CA Moffet, and AR Boehm. 2012. Agricultural Research Service Publication. 18 p.
Weather variability and adaptive management for rangeland restoration. Hardegree, SP, JM Schneider, CA Moffet. 2012. Rangelands. 34(6):53-56
Hydrothermal assessment of temporal variability in seedbed microclimate. Hardegree, SP, J Cho, CA Moffet, BA Roundy, TA Jones, JJ James, GN Flerchinger, P Clark, and FB Pierson Jr. 2013. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 66:127-135.

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