Jornada Bibliography

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Herrick JE, Wander M.M..  1997.  Relationships between soil organic carbon and soil quality in cropped and rangeland soils: the importance of distribution, composition, and soil biological activity. Soil Processes and the Carbon Cycle. :405-425.
H. Monger C, Martinez-Rios J..  2001.  Inorganic carbon sequestration in grazing lands. The potential of U.S. grazing lands to sequester carbon and mitigate the greenhouse effect. :87-118.
Bird S.B., Herrick JE, Wander M.M..  2001.  Exploiting heterogeneity of soil organic matter in rangelands: Benefits for carbon sequestration. The Potential of U.S. Grazing Lands to Sequester Carbon and Mitigate the Greenhouse Effect. :121-136.
H. Monger C, Gallegos R.A.  2002.  Biotic and abiotic processes and rates of pedogenic carbonate accumulation in the southwestern United States: Relationship to atmospheric CO2 sequestration. Global climate change and pedogenic carbonates. :273-289.
H. Monger C, Gallegos R.A.  2000.  Biotic and abiotic processes and rates of pedogenic carbonate accumulation in the southwestern United States - relationships to atmospheric CO2 sequestration. Global Climate Change and Pedogenic Carbonate. :273-289.
Whitford WG.  2002.  Ants. Encyclopedia of Soil Science. :76-79.