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Bach L.B, Wierenga P.J, Ward T.J.  1986.  Estimation of the Philip infiltration parameters from rainfall simulation data. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 50:1319-1323.
Balding F.R, Cunningham G.L.  1974.  The influence of soil water potential on the perennial vegetation of a desert arroyo. The Southwestern Naturalist. 19:241-248.
Ball M., Egerton J.JG, Lutze J.L, Gutschick V.P, Cunningham R.B.  2002.  Mechanisms of competition: thermal inhibition of tree seedling growth by grass. Oecologia. 133:120-130.
BassiriRad H., Reynolds J.F., Virginia R.A, Burnelle M.H.  1997.  Growth and root NO3- and PO4- uptake capacity of three desert species in response to atmospheric CO2 enrichment. Austrialian Journal of Plant Physiology. 24:353-358.
BassiriRad H., Tremmel D.C, Virginia R.A, Reynolds J.F., de Soyza A.G., Brunell M.H.  1999.  Short-term patterns in water and nitrogen acquisition by two desert shrubs following a simulated summer rain. Plant Ecology. 145:27-36.
Belling T.H.  1962.  Genetic effect of cardiac ventricular septal defect in Hereford cattle. Veterinary Medicine. 57:965-968.
Belnap J, Gillette D..  1997.  Disturbance of biological soil crusts: Impacts on potential wind erodibility of sandy desert soils in southeastern Utah, U.S.A.. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation.
Belnap J, Gillette D.A.  1998.  Vulnerability of desert soil surfaces to wind erosion: the influences of crust development, soil texture, and disturbance. Journal of Arid Environments. 39:133-142.
Blackwell R.L, Knox J.H, Shelby C.E, Clark R.T.  1962.  Genetic analysis of economic characteristics of young Hereford cattle. Journal of Animal Science. 21:101-107.
Blackwell R.L, Knox J.H, Cobb E.H.  1959.  A hydrocephalic lethal in Hereford cattle. Journal of Heredity. 60:143-148.
Blackwell R.L, Anderson D.E, Knox J.H.  1956.  Age incidence and heritability of cancer eye in Hereford cattle. Journal of Animal Science. 15:943-951.
Boecklen W.J, Hoffman M.T.  1993.  Sex-biased herbivory in Ephedra trifurca: the importance of sex-by environment interactions. Oecologia. 96:49-55.
Bolton S.M, Ward T.J, Cole R.A.  1991.  Sediment-related transport of nutrients from southwestern watersheds. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage. 117:736-747.
Branscomb BL.  1958.  Shrub invasion of a southern New Mexico desert grassland range. Journal of Range Management. 11:129-132.
Brisson J., Reynolds J.F..  1997.  Effects of compensatory growth on population processes: A simulation study. Ecology. 78:2378-2384.
Brisson J, Reynolds JF.  1994.  The effect of neighbors on root distribution in a creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) population. Ecology. 75:1693-1702.
Brown MF, Whitford WG.  2003.  The effects of termites and straw mulch on soil nitrogen in a creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) dominated Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem. Journal of Arid Environments. 53:15-20.
Brunt JW, Conley MR, Cunningham GL.  1988.  Sex in Ephedra trifurca (Ephredraceae) with relation to Chihuahuan Desert habitats. The American Midland Naturalist. 119:137-142.
Brussaard L., Behan-Pelletier V.M, Bignell D.E, Brown V.K, Didden W.AM, Folgarait P.J, Fragoso C., Freckman D.W, Gupta V.SR, Hattori T. et al..  1997.  Biodiversity and ecosystem function in soil. Ambio. 26:563-70.
Buck B.J, Kipp J., H. Monger C.  2002.  Inverted clast stratigraphy in an eolian archaeological environment. Geoarchaeology. 17:665-687.
Buck B.J, H. Monger C.  1999.  Stable isotopes and soil-geomorphology as indicators of Holocene climate change, northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 43:357-373.
Buonopane M, Foster HLaura, Remmenga M.  2005.  Community response to removals of plant functional groups and species from a Chihuahuan Desert shrubland. Oikos. 110:67-80.
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Caccamise DF.  1974.  Competitive relationships of the Common and Lesser Nighthawks. The Condor. 76:1-20.
Carlson S.R, Whitford WG.  1991.  Ant mound influence on vegetation and soils in a semiarid mountain ecosystem. The American Midland Naturalist. 126:125-139.
Cepeda JG, Whitford WG.  1989.  The relationship between abiotic factors and the abundance patterns of soil microarthropods on a desert watershed. Pedobiologia. 33:79-86.
Cepeda-Pizarro J.G, Whitford WG.  1989.  Spatial and temporal variability of higher microarthropod taxa along a transect in a northern Chihuahuan Desert watershed. Pedobiologia. 33:101-111.
Cepeda-Pizarro J.G, Whitford WG.  1989.  Species abundance distribution patterns of microarthropods in surface decomposing leaf-litter and mineral soil on a desert watershed. Pedobiologia. 33:254-268.
Cepeda-Pizarro JG, Whitford WG.  1990.  Decomposition patterns of surface leaf litter of six plant species along a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. The American Midland Naturalist. 123:319-330.
Chen J.L, Reynolds J.F..  1997.  GePSI: A generic plant simulator based on object-oriented principles. Ecological Modelling. 94:53-66.
Chew AEastlake, Chew RM.  1980.  Body size as a determinant of small-scale distributions of ants in evergreen woodland southeastern Arizona. Insectes Sociaux. 27:189-202.
Chew RM, Whitford WG.  1992.  A long-term positive effect of kangaroo rats (Dipodomys spectabilis) on creosotebushes (Larrea tridentata). Journal of Arid Environments. 22:375-386.
Cleland EE, Smith MD, Andelman SJ, Bowles C, Carney KM, M. Horner-Devine C, Drake JM, Emery SM, Gramling JM, Vandermast DB.  2004.  Invasion in space and time: non-native species richness and relative abundance respond to interannual variation in productivity and diversity. Ecology Letters. 7:947-957.
Cole DR, H. Monger C.  1994.  Influence of atmospheric CO2 on the decline of C4 plants during the last deglaciation. Nature. 368:533-536.
Conley MReeves.  1982.  Carrion location efficiency in burying beetles, Nicrophorus carolinus (L.) (Silphidae). Southwest National. 27:11-15.
Conley M.R.  1985.  Adhesive technique for capture of burrow-dwelling spiders. Journal of Arachnology. 13:395.
Conley M.R.  1985.  Predation versus resource limitation in survival of adult burrowing spiders (Araneae: Lycosidae). Oecologia. 67:71-75.
Conley W, Conley MR, Karl TR.  1992.  A computational study of episodic events and historical context in long-term ecological process: climate and grazing in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Coenoses. 7:55-60.
Connin S.L, Virginia R.A, Chamberlin C.P.  1997.  Isotopic study of environmental change from disseminated carbonate in polygenetic soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 61:1710-1722.
Connin S.L, Virginia R.A, Chamberlin C.P.  1997.  Carbon isotopes reveal soil organic matter dynamics following arid land shrub expansion. Oecologia. 110:374-386.
Cornelius JM, Reynolds JF.  1991.  On determining the statistical significance of discontinuities within ordered ecological data. Ecology. 72:2057-2070.
Cornelius JM, Kemp PR, Ludwig JA, Cunningham GL.  1991.  The distribution of vascular plant species and guilds in space and time along a desert gradient. Journal of Vegetation Science. 2:59-72.
Crawford C.S.  1976.  Feeding-season production in the desert millipede Orthoporus ornatus (Girard) (Diplopoda). Oecologia. 24:265-276.
Crawford C.S.  1972.  Water relations in a desert millipede Orthoporus ornatus (Girard) (Spirostreptidae). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 42A:521-535.
Crawford C.S.  1978.  Seasonal water balance in Orthoporus ornatus, a desert millipede. Ecology. 59:996-1004.
F. Creusere M, Whitford WG.  1976.  Ecological relationships in a desert anuran community. Herpetologica. 32:7-18.

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