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Kenneth W. Tate
Kenneth W. Tate
Professor and CE Specialist, University of California Davis
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Land use and land cover influence on water quality in the last free-flowing river draining the western Sierra Nevada, California
DS Ahearn, RW Sheibley, RA Dahlgren, M Anderson, J Johnson, KW Tate
Journal of hydrology 313 (3-4), 234-247, 2005
6142005
A global meta‐analysis of grazing impacts on soil health indicators
RC Byrnes, DJ Eastburn, KW Tate, LM Roche
Journal of environmental quality 47 (4), 758-765, 2018
2652018
An evidence-based assessment of prescribed grazing practices
DD Briske, JD Derner, DG Milchunas, KW Tate
Conservation benefits of rangeland practices: Assessment, recommendations …, 2011
1542011
Transport of Cryptosporidium parvum Oocysts through Vegetated Buffer Strips and Estimated Filtration Efficiency
ER Atwill, L Hou, BM Karle, T Harter, KW Tate, RA Dahlgren
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68 (11), 5517-5527, 2002
1412002
Efficacy of natural wetlands to retain nutrient, sediment and microbial pollutants
AK Knox, RA Dahlgren, KW Tate, ER Atwill
Journal of environmental quality 37 (5), 1837-1846, 2008
1382008
Conservation program participation and adaptive rangeland decision-making
MN Lubell, BB Cutts, LM Roche, M Hamilton, JD Derner, E Kachergis, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 66 (6), 609-620, 2013
1202013
On-ranch grazing strategies: context for the rotational grazing dilemma
LM Roche, BB Cutts, JD Derner, MN Lubell, KW Tate
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (3), 248-256, 2015
1132015
Significant Escherichia coli Attenuation by Vegetative Buffers on Annual Grasslands
KW Tate, ER Atwill, JW Bartolome, G Nader
Journal of environmental quality 35 (3), 795-805, 2006
1102006
Spatial and temporal patterns of cattle feces deposition on rangeland
KW Tate, ER Atwill, NK McDougald, MR George
Society for Range Management, 2003
1082003
Increasing flexibility in rangeland management during drought
E Kachergis, JD Derner, BB Cutts, LM Roche, VT Eviner, MN Lubell, ...
Ecosphere 5 (6), 1-14, 2014
1022014
Effect of canopy and grazing on soil bulk density
KW Tate, DM Dudley, NK McDougald, MR George
Journal of range management 57 (4), 411-417, 2004
962004
Blue oak enhance soil quality in California oak woodlands
RA Dahlgren, WR Horwath, KW Tate, TJ Camping
California Agriculture 57 (2), 2003
962003
Sustaining working rangelands: insights from rancher decision making
LM Roche, TK Schohr, JD Derner, MN Lubell, BB Cutts, E Kachergis, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (5), 383-389, 2015
922015
Hydrology in a California oak woodland watershed: a 17-year study
D Lewis, MJ Singer, RA Dahlgren, KW Tate
Journal of Hydrology 240 (1-2), 106-117, 2000
902000
Efficacy of Vegetated Buffer Strips for Retaining Cryptosporidium parvum
KW Tate, MDGC Pereira, ER Atwill
Journal of Environmental Quality 33 (6), 2243-2251, 2004
862004
Aspen (Populus tremuloides) stands and their contribution to plant diversity in a semiarid coniferous landscape
TJ Kuhn, HD Safford, BE Jones, KW Tate
Plant Ecology 212, 1451-1463, 2011
852011
Improved Quantitative Estimates of Low Environmental Loading and Sporadic Periparturient Shedding of Cryptosporidium parvum in Adult Beef Cattle
ER Atwill, B Hoar, M das Gracas Cabral Pereira, KW Tate, F Rulofson, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (8), 4604-4610, 2003
822003
Using nitrogen‐15 to quantify vegetative buffer effectiveness for sequestering nitrogen in runoff
A Bedard‐Haughn, KW Tate, C Van Kessel
Journal of Environmental Quality 33 (6), 2252-2262, 2004
812004
Removal of encroaching conifers to regenerate degraded aspen stands in the Sierra Nevada
BE Jones, TH Rickman, A Vazquez, Y Sado, KW Tate
Restoration Ecology 13 (2), 373-379, 2005
772005
Cryptosporidium parvum transport from cattle fecal deposits on California rangelands.
KW Tate, ER Atwill, MR George, NK McDougald, RE Larsen
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 53 (3 …, 2000
722000
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