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Report 1: Estimated Benefits and Costs of State Ownership of BLM Lands in NM

Report 2: Market Values of Federal Grazing Permits in NM

Report 3: Statement Summary Presented by RITF

Report 4: A Bibliography of Forest and Rangeland NonPoint Sources of Pollution

Report 5: Appraisal of BLM Responses to RITF Public Comments on Grazing Environmental Impact Statements

Report 6: Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating Grazing Management Plans; A Guide for Public Land Livestock Operations

Report 7: Guide to NM Range Analysis

Report 8: Characteristics of State Non-Game Management Programs in 1980

Report 9: Innovative Features for a Range Stewardship Program in NM, 1980

Report 10: A Bibliography of Literature Related to Grazing Systems

Report 11: Reassessment of Grazing Allotments in the BLM Roswell and Socorro Districts

Report 12: Grazing Lease Arrangements and Costs of Privately Owned Rangelands in NM, 1980

Report 13: A Rancher's Guide for Monitoring Deer and Antelope Populations in NM

Report 14: The Prices Paid Index in the Federal Grazing Fee Formula

Report 15: Alternative Valuation Methods for Cattle Ranches on the White Sands Missle Range 1942-1982

Report 16: Control of Kangaroo Rats with Poison Baits

Report 17: Methods and Compensations for Ranch Properties and Grazing Permits on the White Sands Missle Range

Report 18: Private Land Grazing Transactions in NM 1983-84, Implications for State Trust Land Grazing Fees

Report 19: Potential Returns for Landowner Management of Wildlife

Report 20: Financial Status of the Range Livestock Industry: The NM Example

Report 22: NM Hunter-Rancher Relationships Survey

Report 25: Legal Liability of Landowners with Fee Hunting Enterprises

Report 26: Procedures For Preparing Contracts Associated with Fee Hunting Enterprises

Report 31: The Value of Public Land Grazing Permits and the Grazing Fee Dilemma

Report 32: The Importance of Public Lands to Livestock Productions in the U.S.

Report 34: RITF Critical Review of RANGELAND REFORM '94: BLM Proposed Rulemaking; FS Proposed Rulemaking; EIS Scoping Issues

Report 37: Monitoring and Interpreting Ecological Integrity on Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of the Western United States

Report 40: The Economic Impact of Protecting the Knowlton Cactus (Pediocactus knowltonii) Under the Endangered Species Act

Report 43: Management of Mountain Mahogany and Wright's Silktassel to Increase Browse Availability for Big Game

Report 47: Forage Utilization by Elk and Livestock in Selected Riparian Areas in the Gila National Forest

Report 49: Herbaceous Utilization by Elk in Selected Meadows in the Gila Wilderness, Gila National Forest

Report 52: Diets of Elk, Mule Deer & Coues White-Tailed Deer on Fort Bayard in Southwestern New Mexico

Report 53: Monitoring Rangelands in NM

Report 57: Impacts of Controlled Grazing Versus Grazing Exclusions on Rangeland Ecosystems: What We Have Learned

Report 58: Using the Rapid Assessment Methodology (RAM) to make Adaptive Management Decisions

Report 60: 2005 Summary of Range Brush Control Research: Demonstration Trials in NM

Report 67: Characteristics of the United States Organic Beef Industry

Report 68: The Lincoln National Forest and the Economic Stability of South Central New Mexico

Report 69: Montane Meadow and Open Area Encroachment in the Lincoln Forest, Sacramento Grazing Allotment

Report 70: The Financial and Ecological Impacts of Two Stocking Levels on Chihauhuan Desert Rangeland

Report 73: Range Livestock Costs and Returns for New Mexico - 2000

Report 74: Range Livestock Costs and Returns for New Mexico - 2001

Report 75: Range Livestock Costs and Returns for New Mexico, 2002

Report 76: Data Entry, Organization and Analysis for Rapid Assessment Metholology

Report 77: A Guide to Identifying Livestock Depredation

Report 78: Review of Livestock Management Practices to Minimize Livestock Depredation by Wolves: Applicability to the Southwest

Report 79: Economic Implications and Surface Disturbance Mitigation of Oil and Gas Development on Otero Mesa

Report 80: Reestablishment of the Mexican Gray Wolf: The Economics of Depredation

Report 81: Legacy of Agricultural Property Tax in New Mexico - 2011

Report 83: Wilderness Designation and Livestock Grazing: The Gila Example

Report 400 B-18: Brush Control on New Mexico Rangeland

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