Karen Launchbaugh
Karen Launchbaugh
Professor of Rangeland Ecology, University of Idaho Rangeland Center
Verified email at uidaho.edu
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Understanding landscape use patterns of livestock as a consequence of foraging behavior
KL Launchbaugh, LD Howery
Rangeland Ecology & Management 58 (2), 99-108, 2005
1802005
Pasture characteristics affecting spatial distribution of utilization by cattle in mixed brush communities.
MK Owens, KL Launchbaugh, JW Holloway
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 44 (2 …, 1991
901991
How herbivores track variable environments: response to variability of phytotoxins
KL Launchbaugh, FD Provenza, EA Burritt
Journal of Chemical Ecology 19 (6), 1047-1056, 1993
851993
Can plants practice mimicry to avoid grazing by mammalian herbivores?
KL Launchbaugh, FD Provenza
Oikos, 501-504, 1993
841993
Effects of breed and dietary experience on juniper consumption by goats.
RK Pritz, KL Launchbaugh, CA Taylor
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 50 (6 …, 1997
831997
Herbivore response to anti-quality factors in forages.
KL Launchbaugh, FD Provenza, JA Pfister
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 54 (4 …, 2001
822001
Prescription grazing for rangeland weed management.
RA Frost, KL Launchbaugh
Rangelands Archives 25 (6), 43-47, 2003
772003
Overcoming food neophobia in domestic ruminants through addition of a familiar flavor and repeated exposure to novel foods
KL Launchbaugh, FD Provenza, MJ Werkmeister
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 54 (4), 327-334, 1997
711997
The effect of flavor concentration and toxin dose on the formation and generalization of flavor aversions in lambs
KL Launchbaugh, FD Provenza
Journal of Animal Science 72 (1), 10-13, 1994
661994
Foraging on the edge of chaos
FD Provenza, KL Launchbaugh
Grazing behavior of livestock and wildlife. Moscow: University of Idaho, 1-12, 1999
541999
Targeted grazing—a new paradigm for livestock management
K Launchbaugh, J Walker
Targeted grazing: a natural approach to vegetation management and landscape …, 2006
512006
Biochemical aspects of grazing behavior
KL Launchbaugh
The ecology and management of grazing systems, 159-184, 1996
501996
Influence of range site on diet selection and nutrient intake of cattle
KL Launchbaugh, JW Stuth, JW Holloway
Society for Range Management, 1990
471990
Genetic and phenotypic parameters for dietary selection of mountain big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata Nutt. ssp. vaseyana [Rydb] Beetle) in Rambouillet sheep
GD Snowder, JW Walker, KL Launchbaugh, LD Van Vleck
Journal of Animal Science 79 (2), 486-492, 2001
462001
Calibrating fecal NIRS equations for predicting botanical composition of diets.
JW Walker, SD McCOY, KL Launchbaugh, MJ Fraker, J Powell
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 55 (4 …, 2002
442002
Targeted grazing: a natural approach to vegetation management and landscape enhancement
K Launchbaugh, J Walker, RL Daines
Centennial, CO, USA: American Sheep Industry Association, 199, 2006
432006
Behavioral strategies for coping with poisonous plants
JA Pfister
431999
Livestock grazing effects on fuel loads for wildland fire in sagebrush dominated ecosystems
EK Strand, KL Launchbaugh, RF Limb, LA Torell
Journal of Rangeland Applications 1, 35-57, 2014
392014
Foraging behavior: experience or inheritance
KL Launchbaugh, JW Walker, CA Taylor
Grazing Behavior of Livestock and Wildlife. Idaho Agric. Exp. Sta. Bull 70 …, 1999
391999
Interactions among livestock grazing, vegetation type, and fire behavior in the Murphy Wildland Fire Complex in Idaho and Nevada, July 2007
K Launchbaugh, B Brammer, ML Brooks, S Bunting, P Clark, J Davison, ...
US Geological Survey Open-File Report 1214, 42, 2008
312008
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