Journal of Rangeland Applications Journal uri icon



  • The Journal of Rangeland Applications is a source of practical applications for people interested in the results of scientific research that focuses on rangeland management issues.  Articles are syntheses of findings/conclusions from multiple research projects. The primary goal of these syntheses is to identify important scientific work that can be used to make or evaluate land and grazing management decisions. This is not a journal for original research; it is a journal for useful information that has been carefully distilled from the results of published findings from original research.


  • JRA

publication venue for



  • benefit/cost analysis, Centrocercus urophasianus, economic impacts, ecosystem services multipliers, ranch budgets, Wyoming, big sagebrush, annual grasses, dormant season, grazing exclosures, fuel treatments, grazing interactions, herbivory, livestock, grazing, mountain, prescribed grazing, proper management, sage-grouse, sagebrush, wildland fire, wildlife


International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)

  • 2331-5512