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Reynolds JF.  1986.  Adaptive strategies of desert shrubs with special reference to the creosotebush (Larrea tridentata [DC] Cov.). Pattern and Process in Desert Ecosystems. :19-49.
Virginia R.A, Jarrell W.M.  1987.  Approaches for studying the function of deep root systems. Plant Response to Stress. :107-127.
Whitford WG.  1992.  Biogeochemical consequences of desertification. The Science of Global Change, The Impact of Human Activities on the Environment. :352-359.
Whitford WG.  1986.  Decomposition and nutrient cycling in deserts. Pattern and Process in Desert Ecosystems. :93-117.
Reynolds J.F., Virginia R.A, Schlesinger W.H..  1997.  Defining plant functional types for models of desertification. Plant Functional Types. :195-216.
Jarrell W.M.  1992.  Desertification. Encyclopedia of Earth Science.
Loring SJ, MacKay WP, Whitford WG.  1988.  Ecology of small desert playas. Small Water Impoundments in Semi-arid Regions. :89-113.
Huenneke L., Noble I..  1996.  Ecosystem function of biodiversity in arid ecosystems. Functional roles of biodiversity: A global perspective. :99-128.
Whitford WG.  1969.  Heart rate and changes in body fluids in aestivating toads from xeric habitats. Physiological Systems in Semiarid Environments. :125-133.
Laurenroth W.K, Coffin D.P., Burke I.C., Virginia R.A.  1997.  Interactions between demographic and ecosystem processes: A challenge for functional types. Plant Function Types. :234-254.
Brenneman J.  1989.  Long-term ecological research in the United States: a network of research sites.
Whitford WG, Steinberger Y..  1989.  The long-term effects of habitat modification on a desert rodent community. Patterns in the Structure of Mammalian Communities. No. 28:33-43.
Ludwig JA.  1985.  Microcomputer simulation of soil erosion in desert grasslands. Modelling and Simulation on Microcomputers. :149-152.
Moorhead DL, Reynolds JF.  1992.  Modeling the contributions of decomposer fungi in nutrient cycling. The Fungal Community: Its Organization and Role in the Ecosystem. :691-714.
MacKay WP, Zak JC, Whitford WG.  1989.  The natural history and role of subterranean termites in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Special Biotic Relationships in the Arid Southwest. :53-77.
Hawley JW.  1986.  Physiographic provinces I and II. New Mexico in Maps. :23-31.
Reynolds J.F., Strain B.R, Cunningham G.L, Knoerr K.R.  1980.  Predicting primary productivity for forest and desert ecosystem models. Predicting Photosynthesis for Ecosystem Models. Volume II:169-207.
Ludwig JA.  1986.  Primary production variability in desert ecosystems. Pattern and Process in Desert Ecosystems. :5-17.
Marcy R.B.  1850.  Report on a route from Fort Smith to Santa Fe. 31st Congress of the United States. Sen. Ex. Doc. 64:197-198.
Whitford WG, Freckman D.W, Santos P.F, Elkins N.Z, Parker L.W.  1982.  The role of nematodes in decomposition in desert ecosystems. Nematodes in Ecosystems. :98-117.
Caldwell M.M, Virginia R.A.  1989.  Root Systems. Physiological Plant Ecology. :367-398.
Ludwig J.A, Whitford WG.  1981.  Short-term water and energy flow in arid ecosystems. Arid Land Ecosystems: Structure, Function and Management. Volume 2:271-299.
Schlesinger W.H., Marion G.M, Fonteyn P.J.  1989.  Stable isotope ratios and the dynamics of caliche in desert soils. Stable Isotopes in Ecological Research. :309-317.
Kratz T.K, Magnuson J.J, Bayley P., Benson B.J, Berish C.W, Bledsoe C.S, Blood E.R, Bowser C.J, Carpenter S.R, Cunningham G.L et al..  1995.  Temporal and spatial variability as neglected ecosystem properties: Lessons learned from 12 North American ecosystems. Evaluating and Monitoring the Health of Large-scale Ecosystems. :359-383.
Virginia R.A, Jarrell W.M, Rundel P.W, Shearer G., Kohl D.H.  1989.  The use of variation in the natural abundance of 15N to assess symbiotic nitrogen fixation by woody plants. Stable Isotopes in Ecological Research. Ecological Studies:375-395.
Book Chapter
Huenneke L., Noble I.R.  1995.  Arid and semi-arid lands. Global Biodiversity Assessment.
H. Monger C.  2002.  Arid Soils. Encyclopedia of Soil Science. :84-88.
Herman P.  2000.  Biodiversity and evolution of mycorrhizae of the desert. Microbial Endophytes. :141-160.
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, 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.
Archer SR, Davies K.W, Fulbright T.E, McDaniel K.C, Wilcox B.P., Predick K.I.  2011.  Brush management as a rangeland conservation strategy: a critical evaluation. Conservation benefits of rangeland practices: assessment, recommendations, and knowledge gaps.
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.
Schlesinger W.H..  2002.  Desertification. Encyclopedia of Global Change. :253-256.
Reynolds JF.  2001.  Desertification. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Volume 2. :61-78.
Okin GS, Murray B., Schlesinger W.H..  2001.  Desertification in an arid shrubland in the southwestern United States. Land Degradation. :53-70.
Huenneke L..  2001.  Deserts. Global Biodiversity in a Changing Environment: Scenarios for the 21st Century. :201-222.
Whitford WG, Forbes GS, Kerley GI.  1995.  Diversity, spatial variability, and functional roles of invertebrates in desert grassland ecosystems. The Desert Grassland. :152-195.
Reynolds J.F., Wu J..  1999.  Do landscape structural and functional units exist? Integrating Hydrology, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes. :273-296.
Reynolds J.F., Fernandez R.J, Kemp P.R..  2000.  Drylands and global change: Rainfall variability and sustainable rangeland production. Proceedings of the 12th Toyota Conference: Challenge of Plant and Agricultural Sciences to the Crisis of the Biosphere on the Earth in the 21<sup>st</sup> Century. :73-86.
Huenneke L., Noble I.R.  1995.  Ecosystem function of biodiversity in Arid and semi-arid lands. Global biodiversity assessment. :349-354.
Huenneke L..  1995.  Effects of biodiversity on water distribution and quality. Global biodiversity assessment. :412-417.
Buck B.J, Kipp J., H. Monger C.  1998.  Eolian stratigraphy of intrabasinal fault depressions in the northern Hueco and southern TularosaBasins: Evidence for neotectonic activity. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 49th Field Conference, Las Cruces Country II. :79-86.
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.
Schlesinger W.H., Clark J.S, Mohan J.E, Reid C.D.  2001.  Global environmental change: Effects on biodiversity. Conservation Biology: Research Priorities for the Next Decade. :175-223.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2012.  Is the historical range of variation relevant to rangeland management? Historical Environmental Variation in Conservation and Natural Resources Management: Past, Present, and Future. :289-296.
Meyerson F.AB, Meyerson L.A, Parmesan C., Sala O.E.  2008.  Human health, biodiversity and ecosystem services: the intertwined challenging future. Biodiversity change and human health: from ecosystem services to spread of disease.
Schlesinger W.H..  2002.  Inorganic carbon and the global carbon cycle. Encyclopedia of Soil Science. :706-708.
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.
Gutschick V.P, Pushnik J.C.  2004.  Internal regulation of nutrient uptake by relative growth rate and nutrient-use efficiency. Ecological studies: nutrient acquisition by plants: an ecological perspective.
Ryan M.G, Archer SR, Birdsey R., Dahm C., Heath L., Hicke J., Hollinger D., Huxman T., Okin GS, Oren R. et al..  2008.  Land resources: forests and arid lands. The effects of climate change on agriculture, land resources, water resources, and biodiversity in the United States.. :362pp..

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