April, 2014.The global rangeland model G-Range is available for download. Training materials are under development, and will be distributed here. See Boone et al. (2011) for details about the use of the model, and contact Jason or Randy with questions.

April, 2014. Dr. Jason Sircely produced a poster about G-Range results that was presented at the CSU Solution-based Approaches to Sustainability and Development Symposium.

May, 2013. Dr. Jason Sircely produced a poster about G-Range, and shared that with colleagues at the annual program meeting of the International Livestock Research Institute.

May, 2013. Revising the original G-Range code and applying the model to global rangelands continues in earnest. We anticipate a model available for others to use will be posted in early summer.

April, 2012. The second phase of G-Range development, assessment, and use is underway. Results from a G-Range baseline simulation will be compared to published global patterns, and to specific results from field surveys. A sensitivity analysis will be conducted. The tool will then be used to address questions relevant to rangeland ecology and management across the globe.

August, 2011. The first phase of G-Range development is complete. The software simulates rangeland processes and dynamics across the globe. A report has been produced that reviews the goals of the effort and the results.