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Yao J, Peters DC.  2015.  Simulated distribution of an invasive grass, Lehmann lovegrass, in the Chihuahuan Desert under future climate scenarios. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Yao J, Peters DC.  2012.  Seasonal distribution of net primary production in Chihuahuan Desert shrublands and grasslands in response to precipitation from 1990-2010. Wildland Shrub Symposium Proceedings. p. 42.
Yao J, Peters DC.  2012.  Seasonal distribution of net primary production by functional groups in Chihuahuan Desert, and the role of seasonal precipitation. 97th Ecological Society of America Meeting. PS 50-117.
Yao J, Peters DC.  2011.  Spatial heterogeneity in aboveground net primary production and species richness at multiple scales in the Chihuahuan Desert. US-International Association for Landscape Ecology.
Yao J, Peters DC, Havstad K, Gibbens, Robert P., Herrick JE.  2006.  Multi-scale factors and long-term responses of Chihuahuan Desert grasses to drought. Landscape Ecology. 21:1217-1231.
Yao J, Peters DC, Havstad K, Bestelmeyer BT.  2004.  Landscape-scale analyses provide new insights into desertification. 19th Annual Symposium of the US Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology: Transdisciplinary Challenges in Landscape Ecology.
Yao J, Peters DC, Gibbens, Robert P., Havstad K, Herrick JE.  2004.  Spatial and temporal variation in desertification due to stressors at multiple scales. LAND Open Science. :32.
Yao J, Peters DC, Gibbens, Robert P., Havstad K.  2002.  Response of perennial grasses to precipitation in the northern Chihuahuan Desert: implications for grassland restoration. 87th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :302.
Yao J, Peters DC, Havstad K, Gibbens, Robert P., Herrick JE.  2002.  Spatial variation in shrub invasion and loss of perennial grasses in the Chihuahuan Desert: A multiscale approach. 17th Annual Symposium, US International Association for Landscape Ecology. :30.
Yao J, Sala O.E, Peters DC.  2013.  Cross-site studies "by design:" Experiments and observations that provide new insights. Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. :72-80.
Yao J, Peters DC.  2015.  Projected future distribution of an invasive grass, Lehmann lovegrass, in the Chihuahuan Desert. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.