Great Basin Naturalist

Great Basin Naturalist was published from 1939 to 1999 and was succeeded by the Western North American Naturalist. With a few exceptions, the journal published experimental and descriptive research pertaining to the biological natural history of western North America, focusing primarily on the Intermountain States.

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Last Issue: Volume 59, Number 4 (1999)

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Chromosome races in Sarcobatus (Sarcobataceae, Caryophyllales)
Stewart C. Sanderson, Howard C. Stutz, Mildred Stutz, and Richard C. Roos


Predatory bird populations in the east Mojave Desert, California
Richard L. Knight, Richard J. Camp, William I. Boarman, and Heather A. L. Knight


Characteristics of white-tailed deer fawn beds, Black Hills, South Dakota
Daniel W. Uresk, Ted A. Benzon, Kieth E. Severson, and Lakhdar Benkobi


Respiration characteristics differ among cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum L.) populations
Daniel J. B. Hemming, Susan E. Meyer, Bruce N. Smith, and Lee D. Hansen


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