Rebecca Ozeran

Livestock and Natural Resources Advisor
UCCE
550 E. Shaw Ave, Suite 210B
Fresno, CA 93710
(559) 241-6564
rkozeran@ucanr.edu Create VCard

Also in:
Madera County

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Education

M.S. Animal & Range Sciences, Montana State University, Bozeman. 2016
B.S. Animal Science, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. 2014

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Bibliography

Non-Peer Reviewed

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2018). Forage Futures: What can we expect this year? Range Bulletin 2(1): 4-7. Available in Spanish here.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2018). Forage Outcomes. Range Bulletin 2(3): 2. Available in Spanish here.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2018). Know Your Rangeland Thistles. Range Bulletin 2(3): 3-6. Available in Spanish here.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2018). Looking back: 18 months of weeds. UC Weed Science Blog.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2018). Sticky, pungent, and abundant: three summer range weeds. UC Weed Science Blog.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2018). Upcoming research: biochar, in brief. Range Bulletin 2(1): 2-3. Available in Spanish here.

  • Ozeran, R. K. (March 2017). Is Rangeland Management the Career for You? [Brochure]. University of California Cooperative Extension. Available here.
  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2017). A tale of two grasses. UC Weed Science Blog.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2017). Byproducts: cheap livestock supplement? Range Bulletin 1(2):4-5.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2017). Wacky Weeds: Fig trees present an unexpected challenge. Range Bulletin 1(5): 2-4. Available in Spanish here.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2017). Weedy Worries. Range Bulletin 1(3): 4-5. Available in Spanish here.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K. (2017). Why a livestock advisor learned about fig trees. UC Weed Science Blog.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K.; Kocher, Susan D., et al. (2017). Wildfire Season: Forest and rangeland prevention of and response to fire. Range Bulletin 1(4): 2-5. Available in Spanish here.

  • Ozeran, Rebecca K.; Carr, Craig A., et al. (2016). Bromus tectorum abundance on Northern Great Plains foothills rangelands is related to disturbance, vegetation diversity, and site characteristics. The Future Management of Grazing and Wild Lands in a High-tech World: Proceedings of the 10th International Rangeland Congress, Saskatoon, SK, Canada, 10th International Rangeland Congress. pp. 795-797. Proceedings available here.

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