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   * McDougald, Neil K. and Richard C. Platt. 1976.  A method of determining utilization for wet mountain meadows on the summit allotment, Sequoia National Forest, California. ​ J. Range Manage. 29:497-501.   * McDougald, Neil K. and Richard C. Platt. 1976.  A method of determining utilization for wet mountain meadows on the summit allotment, Sequoia National Forest, California. ​ J. Range Manage. 29:497-501.
   * Reid, E.H. and G.D. Pickford. 1941.  A comparison of the ocular-estimate by plot and the stubble-height methods for determining percentage utilization of range grasses. ​ J. Forestry 39:935-941.   * Reid, E.H. and G.D. Pickford. 1941.  A comparison of the ocular-estimate by plot and the stubble-height methods for determining percentage utilization of range grasses. ​ J. Forestry 39:935-941.
-  * The USFS and BLM commissioned researchers at the University of Idaho to study the effectiveness and appropriate uses of stubble height as an indicator of livestock grazing. Their final report is available at\\ [[http://​www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu/​documents/​Stubble_Height_Report.pdf?​pid=74895&​doc=1]]+  * The USFS and BLM commissioned researchers at the University of Idaho to study the effectiveness and appropriate uses of stubble height as an indicator of livestock grazing. Their final report is available at\\ [[http://​www.webpages.uidaho.edu/​range/pubs/​Stubble_Height_Report.pdf]]
  
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