Global drylands are dominated by rangeland systems that occupy 40 percent of the Earth’s land area and support 50 percent of the global livestock and approximately 2 billion humans. (Courtesy photo)
Global drylands are dominated by rangeland systems that occupy 40 percent of the Earth’s land area and support 50 percent of the global livestock and approximately 2 billion humans.

New rangeland book addresses future needs

New book has expanded scope and greater relevance to contemporary rangeland challenges than previous compilations.

Rangeland Systems — Processes, Management & Challenges, an "unprecedented" compilation of ecological and management knowledge regarding global rangelands has been released, according to Texas A&M University professor Dr. David Briske, the book’s editor.

Briske, the T.M. O’Connor professor in the Texas A&M department of ecosystem science and management, said the book represents a major work involving the collective experience, knowledge and commit

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