Jornada Bibliography

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H. Monger C, Martinez-Rios J.J, Khresat S.A.  2005.  Arid and semiarid soils. Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment. :182-187.
H. Monger C.  2003.  Millennial-scale climate variability and ecosystem response at the Jornada LTER site. Climate variability and ecosystem response at long-term ecological research sites. :341-369.
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.  2002.  Arid Soils. Encyclopedia of Soil Science. :84-88.
H. Monger C, Wilding LP.  2002.  Soil inorganic carbon: composition and formation. Encyclopedia of Soil Science. :701-705.
H. Monger C, Kelley EF.  2002.  Silica minerals. Soil Minerology with Environmental Applications. :611-636.
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.
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.
H. Monger C, Lynn W.C.  1996.  Clay mineralogy at the Desert Project and the Rincon surface study area. :155.
H. Monger C.  1995.  Pedology in arid lands archaeological research: An example from southern New Mexico--Western Texas. Pedological perspectives in archaeological research. Special Publication 44:35-50.
H. Monger C.  1993.  Soil-geomorphic and Paleoclimatic Characteristics of the Fort Bliss Maneveur Areas, Southern New Mexico and Western Texas.
H. Monger C, Daugherty LRA, Gile LH.  1991.  A microscopic examination of pedogenic calcite in an aridisol of southern New Mexico. :37-60.