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Rangeland Monitoring Series

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Rangeland Monitoring Series
Guidelines for Residual Dry Matter (RDM) Management
Properly managed RDM can be expected to provide a high degree of protection from soil erosion and nutrient loss. Applications of specific RDM standards based on research and experience have shown the effectiveness of this approach to grazing management.

Publication Number:: 8092
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Photo-Monitoring for Better Land Use Planning & Assessment
A set of photographs taken every year from the same locations can give you a better sense of how natural events, cultural practices, and other factors change your rangeland property over time.

Publication Number:: 8067
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Rangeland Monitoring Series: Sediment Delivery Inventory and Monitoring
This easy-to-use worksheet and photographic record method gives any landowner a simple way to monitor streamside erosion and waterway sediment data for use in land management decisions or to demonstrate compliance with water quality standards.

Publication Number:: 8014
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Rangeland Monitoring Series: Visual Assessment of Riparian Health
Guide to a standardized method for assessing the condition of riparian areas, for landowners, managers, and resource professionals. Color photos.

Publication Number:: 8089
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