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  Imperfect Pasture: A Century of Change at the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming



 
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by Bruce Smith, Eric Cole, David Dobkin

A fascinating new perspective on the complex relationship between elk, vegetation, fire, geology, politics, wildlife, and human activity on the National Elk Refuge.

This book represents a historical perspective of plant community conditions on the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Wyoming following Euro-American settlement. It documents the changes in vegetation and explores when and why the changes occurred. Contains historic photographic comparisons of a changed landscape almost a century later.

  • Illustrations and Maps.

    Published by the Grand Teton Natural History Association in cooperation with The National Elk Refuge.

    156 pp.


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