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A Method for Estimating Carrying Capacity of Range Lands

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Abstract:

This article questions the reliability of estimates of carrying capacity based on the methods now used in range surveys, and Suggests a new method based on (1) the estimated weight of each species, (2) a proper-use (or allowable-cropping) factor, and (3) a preference rating which indicates the amount of each species that will be consumed when the key species receives no more than allowable cropping.

Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: District Ranger, U. S. Forest Service, Globe, Ariz.

Publication date: June 1, 1945

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