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Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences

Loretta Singletary

Professor

UNCE - Admin

Areas of Study

Representative Publications

Fact Sheets
Singletary, L. and Emm, S. 2011, Working Effectively with American Indian Populations: A Brief Overview of Federal Indian Policy, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension  
Abstract:
An understanding of current American Indian issues requires a basic familiarity with federal Indian policy. This fact sheet provides a brief overview of these policies spanning two centuries. The policies are presented as policy “eras” in chronological order.
Singletary, L. and Emm, S. 2011, Working Effectively with American Indian Populations: Great Basin and Columbia Plateau Indian Culture, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension  
Abstract:
American Indians of the western range refers to American Indians who reside in a region of the western U.S. bordered on the west by the Sierra and Cascade mountains and on the east by the Rocky Mountains (Woodhead, 1995). The western range includes the Columbia Plateau and Great Basin cultural and physiographic areas.
Beaupre, A., Curtis, K., and Singletary, L. 2006, Lyon County Cow-Calf Production Costs & Returns, 2006, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension  
Abstract:
This publication is intended to be a guide used to make production decisions, determine potential returns, and prepare business and marketing plans. Practices described are based on the production practices considered typical for a beef cattle cow-calf operation in this region, but may not apply to every operation.
Special Publications
Baker-Tingey, J., Smith, M. and Singletary, L. 2014, Results of a Mailed Survey: Priorities for Wells, Nevada, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension   http://www.unce.unr.edu/publications/files/cd/2014/sp1411.pdf
Fact Sheets
Davison, J., Powell, P., Schultz, B., and Singletary, L. 2012, Needs Assessment for Noxious Weeds in Churchill County: Part 4 of 5-Criteria for Herbicide Use and Selection, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension  
Abstract:
This fact sheet is the fourth in a series of five that reports the results of a needs assessment survey completed by faculty in University of Nevada Cooperative Extension (UNCE). The survey attempted to identify the major issues related to the management and control of weeds in Nevada.
Davison, J., Powell, P., Schultz, B., and Singletary, L. 2012, Needs Assessment for Noxious Weeds in Churchill County: Part 5 of 5-Priority Research and Outreach, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension  
Abstract:
This fact sheet is the fifth in a series of five that reports the results of a needs assessment survey completed by faculty in University of Nevada Cooperative Extension (UNCE). The survey attempted to identify the major issues related to the management and control of weeds in Nevada.
Foster, S., Schultz, B., and Singletary, L. 2011, Needs Assessment for Noxious Weeds in Pershing County: Part 1 of 5 – Problem Weeds and Approaches and Methods of Control, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension  
Abstract:
Located in northwestern Nevada, Pershing County has 135 farms and ranches covering more than 244,249 acres, excluding public lands in BLM-administered grazing allotments. The average farm size is 1,809 acres (2008 USDA Agricultural Census).
 
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Contact Info

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Reno,  Nevada   89557
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