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New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute- Publications database
New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute- Publications database
New rare plant reports now available
New Mexico rare plant reports
NM Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources Free Downloads
Link to publications that are available free of charge from NMBGMR's web site
Open File Report 2016-1016 - Estimating the economic impacts of ecosystem restoration—Methods and case studies
Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Department of the Interior Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration Program and Office of Policy Analysis and the Bureau of Land Management Socioeconomics Program
Oregon Integrated Land Assessment Project Final Report
The Integrated Landscape Assessment Project (ILAP) was a multi-year effort to produce information, maps, and models to help land managers, policy-makers, and others conduct mid- to broad-scale (e.g., watersheds to states and larger areas) prioritization of land management actions, perform landscape assessments, and estimate cumulative effects of management actions for planning and other purposes
Plant Associations of Arizona and New Mexico, Volume 2: Woodlands
Volume 2 of two Habitat Typing Guide volumes published by the USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region. Volume 1 covers forests and Volume 2 covers woodlands.
Plant Associations of Arizona and New Mexico, edition 3, Volume 1: Forests
Volume 1 of two Habitat Typing Guide volumes published by the USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region. Volume 1 covers forests and Volume 2 covers woodlands.
PNW - Spring 2008 Issue 16 - Counting All That Matters: Recognizing the Value of Ecosystem Services
Broadly defined, ecosystem services are the benefits healthy ecosystems provide to humans. Clean air, clean water, and flood control are just a few examples. Although the term is relatively new, the ecosystem services concept has long been a focus of natural resource and environmental economists.
Resource Guide to the ARRA (provided by New Mexico's congressional delegation, 8.7 MB pdf)
Resource Guide to the ARRA (provided by New Mexico's congressional delegation, 8.7 MB pdf)
Rocky Mountain Research Station- Peer-reviewed serial publications and journal articles from the Rocky Mountain Research Station
Rocky Mountain Research Station- Peer-reviewed serial publications and journal articles from the Rocky Mountain Research Station
Some Fire Resistant Plants
Some Fire Resistant Plants
Southwestern Bibliography on Watershed Research
This searchable bibliography currently contains 900+ references to technical reports and bulletins, articles, theses and dissertations, books, and proceedings that relate to watershed management research in the arid and semi-arid environment of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Vegetation types in this region include: mixed conifer and ponderosa pine forests, pinyon-juniper woodlands, grasslands, chaparral and semi-desert shrublands, and riparian ecosystems.
Study: Human-caused climate change has doubled Western U.S. forest fire area
University of Idaho News, Oct. 10, 2016
Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2016 Tax Year
Tax tips by Dr. Linda Wang, National Timber Tax Specialist, U.S. Forest Service
The Myth of "Catastrophic" Wildfire
A New Ecological Paradigm of Forest Health
Transitions in Forest Tenure and Governance: Drivers, Projected Patterns and Implications for the Global Community - October 2007
The Rights and Resources Initiative is a global coalition to advance forest tenure, policy and market reforms. RRI is formed by international, regional and community organizations engaged in conservation, research and development. The mission of the Rights and Resources Initiative is to promote greater global action on forest policy and market reforms to increase household and community ownership, control, and benefits from forests and trees. RRI is coordinated by the Rights and Resources Group, a non-profit organization based in Washington D.C. Please visit http://www.rightsandresources.org for more information.
Troublesome Weeds of New Mexico, NMSU College of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service, NM Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Land Management and EMNRD Forestry, published in part with grant funds from USDA Forest Service.
Troublesome Weeds of New Mexico, NMSU College of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service, NM Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Land Management and EMNRD Forestry, published in part with grant funds from USDA Forest Service.
Univ of CA - Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources
FOREST ECOLOGY - Forest Stewardship Series 3 - Publication 8233
Urban Stormwater Retrofit Practices Manual
A manual prepared by the Center for Watershed Protection
USDA/NRCS Prescribed Grazing Standard- Managing vegetation thru grazing
USDA/NRCS Prescribed Grazing Standard- Managing vegetation thru grazing
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