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   - __[[field_methods:​stubble_height|Stubble height]]__: Stubble height is a measure of the residual height of key herbaceous vegetation species remaining after grazing. ​ The measurement may be used in at least two ways: first, to determine when livestock should be moved from the riparian area, often called trigger monitoring, and second, at the end of the grazing season and growing season to help determine cause-and-effect relationships between livestock grazing and stream-riparian conditions and whether livestock grazing management changes may be needed the following year.  See Burton, Smith, and Cowely (2011, pp. 23 - 27) for details.   - __[[field_methods:​stubble_height|Stubble height]]__: Stubble height is a measure of the residual height of key herbaceous vegetation species remaining after grazing. ​ The measurement may be used in at least two ways: first, to determine when livestock should be moved from the riparian area, often called trigger monitoring, and second, at the end of the grazing season and growing season to help determine cause-and-effect relationships between livestock grazing and stream-riparian conditions and whether livestock grazing management changes may be needed the following year.  See Burton, Smith, and Cowely (2011, pp. 23 - 27) for details.
   - __[[field_methods:​streambank_alteration|Streambank alteration]]__:​ Livestock can significantly impact stream systems. ​ See Burton, Smith, and Cowely (2011, pp. 27 - 34) for a discussion on monitoring livestock impacts on streambanks.   - __[[field_methods:​streambank_alteration|Streambank alteration]]__:​ Livestock can significantly impact stream systems. ​ See Burton, Smith, and Cowely (2011, pp. 27 - 34) for a discussion on monitoring livestock impacts on streambanks.
-  - __Woody ​species ​use__: For a discussion on assessing the impact of stock browsing on woody plants see Burton, Smith, and Cowely (2011, pp. 34 - 39).+  - __[[field_methods:​utilization_-_woody_species_use|Woody ​species ​use]]__: For a discussion on assessing the impact of stock browsing on woody plants see Burton, Smith, and Cowely (2011, pp. 34 - 39).
  
 === Data Entry and Analysis === === Data Entry and Analysis ===
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