Data from: Patterns of rangeland productivity and land ownership: implications for conservation and management

Nathaniel P. Robinson, Brady W. Allred, David E. Naugle & Matthew O. Jones
Rangelands cover 40-50% of the earth’s terrestrial surface. While often characterized by limited, yet variable resource availability, rangelands are vital for humans, providing numerous ecosystem goods and services. In the conterminous United States (CONUS) the dominant component of rangeland conservation is a network of public rangelands, concentrated in the west. Public rangelands are interspersed with private and tribal rangelands resulting in a complex mosaic of land tenure and management priorities. We quantify ownership patterns of...
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