Jornada Bibliography

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Book
Huenneke L., Noble I..  1996.  Ecosystem function of biodiversity in arid ecosystems. Functional roles of biodiversity: A global perspective. :99-128.
Journal Article
Alvarez LJ, Epstein HE, Li J, Okin GS.  2012.  Aeolian process effects on vegetation communities in an arid grassland ecosystem. Ecology and Evolution. 2(4):809-821.
Atchley M.C., de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG.  1999.  Arroyo water storage and soil nutrients and their effects on gas-exchange of shrub species in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 43:21-33.
Eldridge D.J., Whitford WG.  2009.  Badger (Taxidea taxus) disturbances increase soil heterogeneity in a degraded shrub-steppe ecosystem. Journal of Arid Environment. :66-73.
Diekmann LO, Lawrence D, Okin GS.  2007.  Changes in the spatial variation of soil properties following shifting cultivation in a Mexican tropical dry forest. Biogeochemistry. 84(1):99-113.
Li J, Okin GS, Alvarez L, Epstein H.  2008.  Effects of wind erosion on the spatial heterogeneity of soil nutrients in two desert grassland communities. Biogeochemistry. 88:73.
James A.I., Edridge D.J., Koen T.B., Whitford WG.  2008.  Landscape position moderates how ant nests affect hydrology and soil chemistry across a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. Landscape Ecology. 23:961-975.
McKenna OP, Sala O.E.  2018.  Playa-wetlands effects on dryland biogeochemistry: space and time interactions. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences.
Schlesinger WH, Raikes JA, Hartley AE, Cross AF.  1996.  On the spatial pattern of soil nutrients in desert ecosystems. Ecology. 77:364-374.
Whitford WG, DiMarco R..  1995.  Variability in soils and vegetation associated with harvester ant (Pogonomyrmex rugosus) nests on a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 20:169-173.
de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG, Martinez-Meza E., Van Zee JW.  1997.  Variation in Creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) canopy morphology in relation to habitat, soil fertility and associated annual plant communities. American Midland Naturalist. 137:13-26.