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Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner J, Hendrickson J, Sanderson M, Blair J, Collins SL.  2015.  Can we use the past as a lens to the future? Using historic events to predict regional grassland and shrubland responses to multi-year drought or wet periods under climate change 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Peters DC, Sala O.E, Allen C.D., Covich A., Brunson M..  2007.  Cascading Events in Linked Ecological and Socio-Economic Systems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 5:221-224.
Sala O.E, Meyerson L.A, Parmesan C..  2008.  Changes in biodiversity and their consequences for human health. Biodiversity change and human health: from ecosystem services to spread of disease.
Sala O.E, Meyerson L.A, Parmesan C..  2008.  Changes in biodiversity and their consequences for human health. Biodiversity change and human health: from ecosystem services to spread of disease.
Knapp AK, Hoover DL, Wilcox KR, Avolio ML, Koerner SE, La Pierre KJ, Loik ME, Luo Y, Sala O.E, Smith MD.  2015.  Characterizing differences in precipitation regimes of extreme wet and dry years: implications for climate change experiments. Global Change Biology. 21:2624-2633.
Yahdjian L., Sala O.E.  2008.  Climate change impacts on South American rangelands. Rangelands. 30:34-39.
Peters DC, Archer SR, Sala O.E, Havstad K, Vivoni ER, Okin GS.  2016.  Complex landscapes in the American Southwest: Under what conditions does desetification lead to novel ecosystems? 2016 Ecological Society of America Meetings.
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.
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Peters DC, Archer SR, Bestelmeyer BT, Brooks A, Brown J., Comrie A, H. Gimblett R, Goldstein JH, Havstad K, Lopez-Hoffman L. et al..  2013.  Desertification of Rangelands. Climate Vulnerability: Understanding and Addressing Threats to Essential Resources. 4:239-258.
Huenneke L..  2001.  Deserts. Global Biodiversity in a Changing Environment: Scenarios for the 21st Century. :201-222.
Sala O.E, Jackson RB.  2006.  Determinants of biodiversity change: ecological tools for building scenarios. Ecology. 87:1875-1876.
Reichmann LG, Sala O.E.  2014.  Differential sensitivities of grassland structural components to changes in precipitation mediate productivity response in a desert ecosystem. Functional Ecology. 28:1292-1298.
Peters DC, Yao J, Sala O.E, Anderson JP.  2012.  Directional climate change and potential reversal of desertification in arid and semiarid ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 18(1):151-163.
Yahdjian L., Sala O.E.  2008.  Do litter decomposition and nitrogen mineralization show the same trend in the response to dry and wet years in the Patagonian steppe? Journal of Arid Environments. 72:687-695.
Cipriotti P.A, Flombaum P., Sala O.E, Aguiar M..  2008.  Does drought control emergence and survival of grass seedlings in semi-arid rangelands? An example with a Patagonian species Journal of Arid Environments. 72:161-174.
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Gherardi LA, Sala O.E, Peters DC.  2016.  Effects of contrasting rooting distribution patterns on plant transpiration along a precipitation gradient. Ecological Society of America.
Sala O.E, Gherardi LA, Peters DC.  2012.  Effects of interannual precipitation variability on ecosystem water balance and its consequences for aboveground net primary production. 97th Ecological Society of America Meeting. OOS 12-6
Gherardi LA, Sala O.E.  2015.  Enhanced interannual precipitation variability increases plant functional diversity that in turn ameliorates negative impact on productivity. Ecology Letters. 18(12):1293-1300.
Gherardi LA, Sala O.E.  2015.  Enhanced precipitation variability decreases grass- and increases shrub-productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112(41):12735-12740.
Sala O.E, Gherardi LA, Peters DC.  2015.  Enhanced precipitation variability effects on water losses and ecosystem functioning: differential response of arid and mesic regions. Climate Change. 131(2):213-227.
Knapp A.K., Briggs J.M, Childers D.L, Sala O.E.  2007.  Estimating aboveground net primary production in grassland and herbaceous dominated ecosystems. Principles and standards for measuring primary production.

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