Jornada Bibliography

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Huber-Sannwald E., Reynolds J.F., Herrick JE, Maestre F.T..  2006.  A case study of desertification linking biophysical and socioeconomic aspects fo water use in the small Mexican village of Amapola. Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges. An Earth System Science Partnership, Open Science Conference. :660.
Ayarza M., Herrick JE, Huber-Sannwald E., Reynolds J.F..  2006.  A case study of land degradation linking biophysical and socioeconomic aspects of agroecological production systems in southern Honduras. Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges. An Earth System Science Partnership, Open Science Conference. :661.
Moorhead DL, Reynolds JF.  1993.  Changing carbon chemistry of buried creosote bush litter during decomposition in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. The American Midland Naturalist. 130:83-89.
Ayarza M., Huber-Sannwald E., Herrick JE, Reynolds J.F., Garcia-Barrios L., Welchez L.A., Lentes P., Pavon J., Morales J..  2010.  Changing human-ecological relationships and drivers using the Quesungual Agroforestry System in western Honduras. Renewable Agriculture and Food System. :1-9.
Reynolds J.F..  1974.  A comparative modelling study of plant growth systems in a desert ecosystem. :68.
Kemp P.R., Reynolds J.F., Pachepsky Y., Chen J.-L.  1997.  A comparative study of soil water dynamics in a desert ecosystem.. Water Resources Research. 33:73-90.
Moorhead DL, Reynolds JF, Whitford WG.  1986.  A conceptual model of primary productivity, decomposition, and nitrogen cycling in the Chihuahuan creosotebush desert. Tree Physiology. 2:215-222.
Moorhead DL, Reynolds JF.  1989.  The contribution of abiotic processes to buried litter decomposition in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Oecologia. 79:133-135.
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Kemp P.R., Reynolds J.F., Virginia R.A, Whitford WG.  2003.  Decomposition of leaf and root litter of Chihuahuan Desert shrubs: Effects of three years of summer drought. Journal of Arid Environments. 53:21-39.
Moorhead D.L, Sinsabaugh R., Linkins A.E, Reynolds J.F..  1995.  Decomposition processes: Modelling approaches and applications. Science of the Total Environment. 183:137-149.
Reynolds J.F., Virginia R.A, Schlesinger W.H..  1997.  Defining plant functional types for models of desertification. Plant Functional Types. :195-216.
Li H., Reynolds J.F..  1995.  On definition and quantification of heterogeneity. Oikos. 73:280-284.
Ogle K., Reynolds J.F..  2002.  Desert dogma revisited: coupling of stomatal conductance and photosynthesis in the desert shrub, Larrea tridentata. Plant, Cell and Environment. 25:909-921.
Reynolds JF.  2001.  Desertification. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Volume 2. :61-78.
Cornelius JM, Reynolds JF.  1991.  On determining the statistical significance of discontinuities within ordered ecological data. Ecology. 72:2057-2070.
Reynolds J.F., Wu J..  1999.  Do landscape structural and functional units exist? Integrating Hydrology, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes. :273-296.
Fernández RJ, Wang M, Reynolds JF.  2002.  Do morphological changes mediate plant responses to water stress? A steady-state experiment with two C4 grasses New Phytologist. 155:79-88.
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.
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Huber-Sanwald E., Maestre F., Herrick JE, Reynolds J.F..  2006.  Echohydrolgical Feedbacks and Lindates Associated with Land Degradation: A Case Study from Mexico. Hydrological Processes. 20:3395-3411.
Brisson J, Reynolds JF.  1994.  The effect of neighbors on root distribution in a creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) population. Ecology. 75:1693-1702.
Brisson J., Reynolds J.F..  1997.  Effects of compensatory growth on population processes: A simulation study. Ecology. 78:2378-2384.
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.
Franco A.C., de Soyza A.G., Virginia R.A, Reynolds J.F., Whitford WG.  1994.  Effects of plant size and water relations on gas exchange and growth of the desert shrub Larrea tridentata. Oecologia. 97:171-178.
de Soyza A.G., Franco A.C., Virginia R.A, Reynolds J.F., Whitford WG.  1996.  Effects of plant size on photosynthesis and water relations in the desert shrub Prosopis glandulosa (Fabaceae). American Journal of Botany. 83:99-105.
de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG, Virginia R.A, Reynolds J.F..  1996.  Effects of summer drought on the water relations, physiology, and growth of large and small plants of Prosopis glandulosa and Larrea tridentata. Wildland Shrub Symposium, Proceedings: Shrubland Ecosystem Dynamics in a Changing Environment. General Technical Report INT-GTR-338:220-223.
de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG, Franco A.C., Virginia R.A, Reynolds J.F..  1995.  Effects of summer drought on the water relations, physiology and growth of large and small plants of Prosopis glandulosa and Larrea tridentata. Wildland Shrub Symposium. :19.
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Havstad K, Herrick JE, Bestelmeyer BT, Huber-Sannwald B.T., Liberman M., Ayarza M., Brown J., Reynolds J.F..  2007.  Managing multi-scale diversity to support multiple ecosystem services in complex landscapes. Ecological Complexity and Sustainability Abstracts of EcoSummit 2007. :115CD-ROM.
Moorhead DL, Reynolds JF.  1989.  Mechanisms of surface litter mass loss in the northern Chihuahuan Desert: a reinterpretation. Journal of Arid Environments. 16:157-163.
Li H., Reynolds J.F..  1997.  Modeling effects of spatial pattern, drought, and grazing on rates of rangeland degradation: A combined Markov and cellular automaton approach. Scaling of Remote Sensing Data for Geographical Information Systems. :211-230.
Reynolds JF, Cunningham GL.  1980.  Modeling Yucca primary productivity: substrate requirements for growth. <i>Yucca</i>. :69-82.
Moorhead DL, Reynolds JF.  1992.  Modeling the contributions of decomposer fungi in nutrient cycling. The Fungal Community: Its Organization and Role in the Ecosystem. :691-714.
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 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., 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., Acock B..  1997.  Modularity and genericness in plant and ecosystem models. Ecological Modelling. 94:7-16.

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