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Title: Forest-range resources of Southwest Louisiana

Author: Sternitzke, Herbert S.; Pearson, Henry A.;

Date: 1975

Source: Journal of Range Management, Vol. 28(4): 264-266

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Findings of the first forest-range inventory of southwest Louisiana conducted as part of the nationwide Forest Survey are described and evaluated. Measurements indicate that the grazing potential of the region's forest ranges is not being fully used. Little competition with wildlife populations and timber stands is indicated at existing levels of understory utilization by livestock

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Sternitzke, Herbert S.; Pearson, Henry A. 1975. Forest-range resources of Southwest Louisiana. Journal of Range Management, Vol. 28(4): 264-266

 


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