Jornada Bibliography

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Reynolds JF, D. Smith MStafford, Lambin EF, Turner, II B.L., Mortimore M, Batterbury SPJ, Downing TE, Dowlatabadi H, Fernández RJ, Herrick JE et al..  2007.  Global desertification: building a science for dryland development. Science. 316:847-851.
Reynolds J.F., Kemp P.R., Ogle K., Fernandez R.J, Gao Q., Wu J..  2006.  Modeling the unique attributes of aridland ecosystems: Lessons from the Jornada Basin. Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem: The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. :321-353.
Reynolds J.F., Ayarza M., Herrick JE, Huber-Sannwald E., Lambin E., Smith D.M.Stafford.  2006.  An international research network for testing the Dahlem Desertification Paradigm (DDP). Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges. An Earth System Science Partnership, Open Science Conference. :661.
Reynolds J.F., Maestre F.T., Huber-Sanwald E., Herrick JE, Kemp P.R..  2005.  Aspectos Socioeconomicos Y Biofisicos de la Desertificaction. International Journal of Ecology and Evironmental Sciences.
Reynolds J.F., Huber-Sannwald E., Maestre F., Herrick JE, Healy R..  2005.  Applying a new desertification paradigm linking biophysical and socioeconomic elements: the Amapola, Mexico, case study. Society for Range Management, 58th Annual Meeting and Trade Show. :PaperNo.282.
Reynolds JF.  2001.  Non-Equilibrium Ecology. Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, Volume Two.
Reynolds JF.  2001.  Desertification. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Volume 2. :61-78.
Reynolds J.F., Kemp P.R., Tenhunen J.D.  2000.  Effects of long-term rainfall variability on evapotranspiration and soil water distribution in the Chihuahuan Desert: A modeling analysis. Plant Ecology. 150:145-159.
Reynolds J.F., Fernandez R.J, Kemp P.R..  2000.  Drylands and global change: Rainfall variability and sustainable rangeland production. Proceedings of the 12th Toyota Conference: Challenge of Plant and Agricultural Sciences to the Crisis of the Biosphere on the Earth in the 21<sup>st</sup> Century. :73-86.
Reynolds J.F., Wu J..  1999.  Do landscape structural and functional units exist? Integrating Hydrology, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes. :273-296.
Reynolds J.F., Virginia R.A, Kemp P.R., de Soyza A.G., Tremmel D.C.  1999.  Impact of drought on desert shrubs: Effects of seasonality and degree of resource island development. Ecological Monographs. 69:69-106.
Reynolds J.F., Acock B..  1997.  Modularity and genericness in plant and ecosystem models. Ecological Modelling. 94:7-16.
Reynolds J.F., Virginia R.A, Schlesinger W.H..  1997.  Defining plant functional types for models of desertification. Plant Functional Types. :195-216.
Reynolds J.F., Chen J..  1996.  Modelling whole-plant allocation in relation to carbon and nitrogen supply: Coordination versus optimization: Opinion. Plant and Soil. 185:65-74.
Reynolds J.F., Chen J.L, Harley P.C, Hilbert D.W, Dougherty R.L, Tenhunen J.D.  1992.  Modeling the effects of elevated carbon dioxide on plants: extrapolating leaf response to a canopy. Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 61:69-94.
Reynolds JF.  1986.  Adaptive strategies of desert shrubs with special reference to the creosotebush (Larrea tridentata [DC] Cov.). Pattern and Process in Desert Ecosystems. :19-49.
Reynolds JF, Cunningham GL.  1981.  Validation of primary production model of the desert shrub Larrea tridentata using soil-moisture augmentation experiments. Oecologia. 51:357-363..
Reynolds J.F., Strain B.R, Cunningham G.L, Knoerr K.R.  1980.  Predicting primary productivity for forest and desert ecosystem models. Predicting Photosynthesis for Ecosystem Models. Volume II:169-207.
Reynolds JF, Cunningham GL.  1980.  Modeling Yucca primary productivity: substrate requirements for growth. <i>Yucca</i>. :69-82.
Reynolds J.F., Cunningham G.L, Syvertsen J.P.  1979.  A net CO2 exchange model for Larrea tridentata. Photosynthetica. 13:279-286.
Reynolds J.F..  1974.  A comparative modelling study of plant growth systems in a desert ecosystem. :68.