At Hart Mountain, the land came back - High Country News, April 7, 2015

Creating a National Sagebrush-Ecosystem Conservation Area - The Greater Hart-Sheldon Landscape of Oregon and Nevada

Batchelor, J. L., Ripple, W. J., Wilson T. M., & Painter L. E. (2015).
Restoration of riparian areas following the removal of cattle in the Northwestern Great Basin
DOI: 10.1007/s00267-014-0436-2 . See also: ScienceDaily | EurekAlert!

Beschta, R. L., Kauffman, J. B., Dobkin, D. S., & Ellsworth, L. M. (2014).
Long-term livestock grazing alters aspen age structure in the northwestern Great Basin.
Forest Ecology and Management, 329, 30-36.

Dobkin, D. S., Rich, A. C., & Pyle W. H. (1998).
Habitat and avifaunal recovery from livestock grazing in a riparian meadow system of the northwestern Great Basin.
Conservation Biology, 12(1), 209-21.

Earnst, S. L., Dobkin, D. S., & Ballard, J. A. (2012).
Changes in Avian and Plant Communities of Aspen Woodlands over 12 Years after Livestock Removal in the Northwestern Great Basin.
Conservation Biology, 26(5), 862-872.