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Throop H.L., Archer SR, H. Monger C, Waltman S..  2012.  When bulk density methods matter: implications for estimating soil organic carbon pools in coarse soils. Journal of Arid Environments. 77:66-71.
Throop H.L., Archer SR, H. Monger C, Waltman S.W.  2011.  When bulk density methods matter: Implications for estimating soil organic carbon pools in rocky soils. Journal of Arid Environments. 77:66-71.
Hewins DB, Archer SR, Okin GS, McCulley RL, Throop H.L..  2013.  Soil-litter mixing accelerates decomposition in a Chihuahuan Desert grassland. Ecosystems. 16:183-195.
Barnes PW, Throop H.L., Hewins DB, Abbene ML, Archer SR.  2012.  Soil coverage reduces photodegradation and promotes the dvelopment of soil-microbial films on dryland leaf litter. Ecosystems. 15(2):311-321.
Throop H.L., Reichmann L.G., Sala O.E, Archer SR.  2012.  Response of dominant grass and shrub species to water manipulation: An ecophysiological basis for shrub invasion in a Chihuahuan Desert grassland. Oecologia. 169(2):373-383.
Monger C, Sala O.E, Duniway M.C., Goldfus H, Meir IA, Poch RM, Throop H.L., Vivoni ER.  2015.  Legacy effects in linked ecological–soil– geomorphic systems of drylands. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):13-19.
Smith JG, Eldridge DJ, Throop H.L..  2012.  Landform and vegetation patch type moderate the effects of grazing-induced disturbance on carbon and nitrogen pools in a semi-arid woodland. Plant and Soil. 360:405-419.
Throop H.L., Lajtha K, Kramer M.  2013.  Density fractionation and 13C reveal changes in soil carbon following woody encroachment in a desert ecosystem. Biogeochemistry. 112(112):409-422.
Okin GS, Heras MMoreno-de, Saco PM, Throop H.L., Vivoni ER, Parsons AJ, Wainwright J, Peters DC.  2015.  Connectivity in dryland landscapes: shifting concepts of spatial interactions. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):20-27.
Lee H, Rahn T, Throop H.L..  2012.  An accounting of C-based trace gas release during abiotic plant litter degradation. Global Change Biology. 18:1185-1195.