Jornada Bibliography

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Lightfoot DC, Davidson A.D., Parker DG, Hernández L, Laundre JW.  2012.  Bottom-up regulation of desert grassland and shrubland rodent communities: implications of species-specific reproductive potentials. Journal of Mammalogy. 93(4):1017-1028.
Moorhead D.L, Fisher F.M, Whitford WG.  1988.  Cover of spring annuals on nitrogen-rich kangaroo rat mounds in a Chihuahuan Desert grassland. The American Midland Naturalist. 120:443-447.
Cárdenas PA, Christensen EM, Ernest M, Lightfoot DC, Schooley RL, Stapp P, Rudgers JA.  2021.  Declines in rodent abundance and diversity track regional climate variability in North American drylands. Global Change Biology. 27:4005-4023.
Bestelmeyer BT, Khalil N.I., Peters DC.  2007.  Does shrub invasion indirectly limit grass establishment via seedling herbivory? A test at grassland-shrubland ecotones Journal of Vegetation Science. 18:363-370.
Moroka N, Beck RF, Pieper, Rex D..  1982.  Impact of borrowing activity of the bannertail kangaroo rat on southern New Mexico desert rangeland. Journal of Range Management. 35:707-710.
Rebar C, Conley W.H..  1983.  Interactions in microhabitat use between Dipodomys ordii and Onychomys leucogaster. Ecology. 64:984-988.
Kerley G.I., Whitford WG, Kay F.R.  1997.  Mechanisms for the keystone status of kangaroo rats: graminivory rather than granivory? Oecologia. 111:422-428.