Introduction Definitions

A Case Study in Biodiversity Sagebrush Steppe

Location, Ownership, and Land Uses Climate

Primary Producers Consumers

Decomposers and Nutrient Cycling Interactions among Plants, Animals, and Humans Preservation of Relatively Unaltered Ecosystems Alteration of Existing Heavily Grazed Stands Rehabilitation of Burned Sagebrush Steppe Regional Considerations Guidelines for a New Style of Rangeland Management Sensitive to Biodiversity Conclusions References

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