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We are committed to conducting research that may be applied to the conservation and management of habitats in Texas and northern Mexico. Researchers in the Livestock/Wildlife Relationships Program intend to increase the understanding the complex relationships among vegetation, wildlife, and domestic animals to restore, maintain, or improve habitat conditions throughout the use of best management practices to accomplish specific objectives of livestock/wildlife operations.


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Environmental Economic and Human Dimension Changes Influenced by Cattle Grazing in Chihuahua State Mexico
Influence of Soil Organic Carbon on Grazing Land Soil Dynamic Properties and Plant Productivity Indicators in the Southern Great Plains
Peaceful Forest