SOURCES CITED


Ackerman B, Kuck L, Merrill E, Hemker T. 1984. Ecological relationships of mule deer, elk, and moose. In: Kuck L. ed. Southeast Idaho Wildlife Studies Vol. I. Idaho: Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

Bell HM. 1973. Rangeland management for livestock production. Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press. 303p.

Belsky AJ, Gelbard JL. 2000. Livestock grazing and weed invasion in the arid west. Oregon: Oregon Natural Desert Association. 31 p.

[BLM] Bureau of Land Management. 1985. Cassia resource management plan. Idaho: USDI Bureau of Land Management. 110 p.

[BLM] Bureau of Land Management. 1997. Final Idaho standards for rangeland health and guidelines for livestock grazing management. Idaho: State BLM Office. 21 p.

[BLM] Bureau of Land Management. 1987. Record of Decision Jarbidge resource management plan. Idaho: USDI Bureau of Land Management. 165 p.                                                                                         

[BLM] Bureau of Land Management. 1997. Record of Decision standards for rangeland health and guidelines for livestock grazing management for Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota. Montana: State BLM Office. 25 p.

[BLM] Bureau of Land Management. 1987. Renewable resource improvement and treatment guidelines and procedures. BLM Manual Handbook H-1740-1. 110 p.

[BLM] Bureau of Land Management. 1991. Riparian wetland initiative for the 1990’s. Washington D.C.: USDI Bureau of Land Management. 50 p.

[BLM] Bureau of Land Management . 1997. Utah’s standards for rangeland health and guidelines for grazing management. Utah: State BLM Office Home Page http://www.ut.blm.gov/. Accessed 2001 May 29.

Box T. 2000. The west is ‘damn dry country.’ Farmer-Stockman Journal. p. 34.

Bradley P. 1999. Evaluating mines for bat habitat. BLM National Training Center course #1730-19. Nevada.

Brady N, Weil R. 1999. The nature and property of soils. 12th  ed. New Jersey: Prentice Hall Inc. 881 p.

Chaney E, Elmore W, Platts W. 1991. Livestock grazing on western riparian areas. Idaho: Northwest Resource Information Center, Environmental Protection Agency. 45 p.

Connelly JW, Schroeder MA, Sands AR, Braun CE. 2000. Guidelines to manage sage grouse populations and their habitats. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28(4):967-985.

Donahue DL. 1999. The western range revisited- removing livestock from public lands to conserve native biodiversity. Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press. 388 p.

Ferguson D, Ferguson N. 1983. Sacred cows at the public trough. Oregon: Maverick Publications. 250 p.

Fleischner T.1994. Ecological costs of livestock grazing in western North America. Conservation Biology 8(3): 629-644.

Frest T. 2002. Native snails- indicators of ecosystem health. In: Wuerthner G., Matteson M. editors. Welfare ranching- the subsidized destruction of the American west. California: Island Press. p 211-215.

[IDFG] Idaho Department of Fish and Game. 1997. Idaho sage grouse management plan. Idaho: Idaho Department of Fish and Game. 34 p.

Jones A. 2001. Review and analysis of cattle grazing effects in the arid west, with implications for BLM grazing management in Southern Utah: A literature review submitted to the Southern Utah Landscape Restoration Project. Utah: The Wild Utah Project. 42 p.

Jones KB. 1986. Deserts. In: Cooperrider A, Boyd R, Hansen S. editors. Inventory and monitoring of wildlife habitat. Colorado: USDI Bureau of Land Management. p 123-147.

Launchbaugh K. (date not available) Livestock: a powerful wildlife management tool. University of Idaho Integrated Rangeland Management Program. Home Page http://www.uidaho.edu/. Accessed 2003.

McCarty R. 1986. Handbook for successful planning, installation, and monitoring of wildlife waterers. BLM Technical Bulletin 86-1. Idaho: USDI Bureau of Land Management.

Ohmart R, Anderson B. 1986. Riparian habitat. In: Cooperrider A, Boyd R, Hansen S. editors. Inventory and Monitoring of Wildlife Habitat. Colorado: USDI Bureau of Land Management. p169-199.

Olsen J. 2002. Wildlife water development atlas makes great gift. In: About Us, NDOW News/Media Press Releases. Nevada Division of Wildlife. NDOW Home Page http://ndow.org. Nevada. Accessed 2003 April 28.

Pyle RM. 2002. The butterflies of Cascadia. Washington: Seattle Audubon Society. 420p.

Rosenstock, S., W. Ballard, and J. deVos, Jr. 1999. Benefits and impacts of wildlife water developments. Journal of Range Management Volume 52:302-311.

Sherrets HD. 1989. Wildlife watering and escape ramps on livestock water developments: suggestions and recommendations. Idaho BLM Technical bulletin 89-4. Idaho: USDI Bureau of Land Management. 30 p.

Sibley DA. 2001. The Sibley guide to bird life and behavior. New York: Chanticleer Press. 588 p.

[SUWA] Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance. 1999. SUWA wins temporary halt on guzzlers. Summer 1999 Newsletter- Canyon Country Updates. SUWA home page http://www.suwa.org. Accessed 2003 April 28.

Tesky J. 1994. Wildlife species: Tympanuchus phasianellus. In: FEIS species index. FEIS Data Base http://www.fs.fed.us/database/feis/. Accessed 2001 September 9.

Utah Division of  Wildlife Resources. 2002.  Guzzlers providing thirsty wildlife a much needed drink. State On-line Services. Home page http://www.wildlife.utah.gov. Accessed 2003 April 28.

Vallentine, JF. 1974. Range development and improvements. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press. 516 p.

Wuerthner G, Matteson M editors. 2002. Welfare ranching- the subsidized destruction of the American west. California: Island Press. 346 p.


Main Report Archive

Start of Water Developments Report

WWP Home Page