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A. M. Nafus, Svejcar, T., Ganskopp, D. C., and Davies, K. W., Abundances of Coplanted Native Bunchgrasses and Crested Wheatgrass after 13 Years, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 68, no. 2, pp. 211 - 214, 2015.
M. D. Madsen, C. Williams, J., Svejcar, T., and Davies, K. W., Agglomerating seeds to enhance native seedling emergence and growth, Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 4985829515891425817810721116359392691998264203863481839408254322130651392451772862487549, no. 2, pp. 431 - 438, 2012.
K. W. Davies, Nafus, A. M., and Johnson, D. D., Are Early Summer Wildfires an Opportunity to Revegetate Exotic Annual Grass–Invaded Plant Communities?, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 66, no. 2, pp. 234 - 240, 2013.
D. D. Johnson, Davies, K. W., and Nafus, A. M., Are early summer wildfires an opportunity to revegetate medusahead-invaded rangelands, in Society for Range Management 66th Annual International Meeting, 2012.
J. D. Bates, Nafus, A. M., and Davies, K. W., Are There Benefits to Mowing Wyoming Big Sagebrush Plant Communities? An Evaluation in Southeastern Oregon, Environmental Management, vol. 484728173277392857283461634661596069441988332647571471671567871644521129810327432253036394629139395250, no. 3, pp. 539 - 546, 2011.
K. W. Davies and Johnson, D. D., Are We “Missing the Boat” on Preventing the Spread of Invasive Plants in Rangelands?Abstract, Invasive Plant Science and Management, vol. 4172214947101810, no. 01, pp. 166 - 171, 2011.
J. D. Bates and Davies, K. W., Attempting to Restore Herbaceous Understories in Wyoming Big Sagebrush Communities with Mowing and Seeding, Restoration Ecology, vol. 22716465201507564773910774733061636359604865651448894218204757787121562028310411050793013712350231, no. 5, pp. 608 - 615, 2014.
K. W. Davies, Bates, J. D., and Hulet, A., Attempting to restore mountain big sagebrush ( Artemisia tridentata ssp. vaseyana) four years after fire, Restoration Ecology, no. 5, pp. 717 - 722, 2017.