Jornada Bibliography

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2008
Armas C., Pugnaire F.E, Sala O.E.  2008.   Patch structure dynamics and mechanisms of cyclical succession in a Patagonian steppe (Argentina).. Journal of Arid Environments. 72:1552-1561.
Briske D.D., Bestelmeyer B, Stringham T.K., Shaver P.L..  2008.  Recommendations for development of resilience-based state-and-transition models. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:359-367.
Cid M.S., Ferri C.M, Brizuela M.A., Sala O.E.  2008.  Structural heterogeneity and productivity of a tall fescue pasture grazed rotationally by cattle at four stocking densities. Grassland Science. 54:9-16.
Cipriotti P.A, Flombaum P., Sala O.E, Aguiar M..  2008.  Does drought control emergence and survival of grass seedlings in semi-arid rangelands? An example with a Patagonian species Journal of Arid Environments. 72:161-174.
Crowl TA, Crist TO, Parmenter RR, Belovsky G, Lugo AE.  2008.  The spread of invasive species and infectious disease as drivers of ecosystem change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 6:238-246.
Duval B.D., Whitford WG.  2008.  Resource regulation by a twig-girdling beetle has implications for desertification. Ecological Entomology. 33:161-166.
Flombaum P., Sala O.E.  2008.  Higher effect of plant species diversity on productivity in natural than artificial ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 105:6087-6090.
Herrick JE.  2008.  A lunch date with your future: Exploring non-academic jobs through personal interviews. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. :337-338.
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.
Lightfoot DC, Brantley SL, Allen CD.  2008.  Geographic patterns of ground-dwelling arthropods across an ecoregional transition in the North American Southwest. Western North American Naturalist. 68:83-102.
Mueller ENora, Wainwright J, Parsons AJ.  2008.  Spatial variability of soil and nutrient characteristics of semi-arid grasslands and shrublands, Jornada Basin, New Mexico. Ecohydrology. 1:3-12.
Peters DC, Groffman P.M., Nadelhoffer K.J., Grimm N.B., Collins S.L., Michener W.K., Huston M.A..  2008.  Living in an increasingly connected world: a framework for continental-scale environmental science. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 6:229-237.
Skaggs R.  2008.  Ecosystem services and western U.S. rangelands. Choices. 23:37-41.
Svejcar T, Angell R, Bradford JA, Dugas W, Emmerich W, Frank AB, Gilmanov T, Haferkamp M, Johnson DA, Mayeux H et al..  2008.  Carbon fluxes on North American rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:465-474.
Wainwright J, Parsons AJ, Müller EN, Brazier RE, D. Powell M, Fenti B.  2008.  A transport-distance approach to scaling erosion rates: 1. Background and model development. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 33:813-826.
Wainwright J, Parsons AJ, Müller EN, Brazier RE, D. Powell M, Fenti B.  2008.  A transport-distance approach to scaling erosion rates: 2. Sensitivity and evaluation of MAHLERAN. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 33:962-984.
Wainwright J, Parsons AJ, Müller EN, Brazier RE, D. Powell M, Fenti B.  2008.  A transport-distance approach to scaling erosion rates: 3. Evaluating scaling characteristics of MAHLERAN. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 33:1113-1128.
Yahdjian L., Sala O.E.  2008.  Climate change impacts on South American rangelands. Rangelands. 30:34-39.
Yahdjian L., Sala O.E.  2008.  Do litter decomposition and nitrogen mineralization show the same trend in the response to dry and wet years in the Patagonian steppe? Journal of Arid Environments. 72:687-695.
2007
Bowker GE, Gillette DA, Bergametti G, Marticorena B, Heist DK.  2007.  Sand flux simulations at a small scale over a heterogeneous mesquite area of the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 46:1410-1422.
Brazier RE, Parsons AJ, Wainwright J, D. Powell M, Schlesinger WH.  2007.  Upscaling understanding of nitrogen dynamics associated with overland flow in a semi-arid environment. Biogeochemistry. 82:265-278.
Flombaum P., Sala O.E.  2007.  A non-destructive and rapid method to estimate biomass and aboveground net primary production in arid environments. Journal of Arid Environments. 69:352-358.
Gutschick VIP.  2007.  Plant acclimation to elevated CO2--From simple regularities to biogeographic chaos. Ecological Modelling. 200:433-451.
Li J, Okin GS, Alvarez L, Epstein H.  2007.  Quantitative effects of vegetation cover on wind erosion and soil nutrient loss in a desert grassland of southern New Mexico, USA. Biogeochemistry. 85:317-332.
Mandujano M.C, Golubov J., Huenneke L..  2007.  Effect of reproductive modes and environmental heterogeneity in the population dynamics of a geographically widespread clonal desert cactus. Population Ecology. 49:141-153.
Mueller ENora, Wainwright J, Parsons AJ.  2007.  The impact of connectivity on the modelling of overland flow within semi-arid shrubland environments. Water Resources Research. 43
Mueller ENora, Wainwright J, Parsons AJ.  2007.  The stability of vegetation boundaries and the propagation of desertification in the American Southwest: a modelling approach. Ecological Modelling. 208:91-101.
Parton W, Silver WL, Burke IC, Grassens L, Harmon ME, Currie WS, King JY, E. Adair C, Brandt LA, Hart SC et al..  2007.  Global-scale similiarities in nitrogen release patterns during long-term decomposition. Science. 315:361-364.
2006
Abrahams AD, Gao P.  2006.  A bed-load transport model for rough turbulent open-channel flows on plane beds. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 31:910-928.
Althoff D.A, Segraves K.A, Leebens-Mack J., Pellmyr O..  2006.  Patterns of speciation in the yucca moths: parallel species radiations within the Tegeticula yuccasella species complex. Systematic Biology. 55:398-410.
Beever EA, Swihard RK, Bestelmeyer B.  2006.  Linking the Concept of Scale to Studies of Biological Diversity: Evolving Approaches and Tools. Diversity and Distributions. 12:229-235.
Bowker GE, Gillette DA, Bergametti G, Marticorena B.  2006.  Modeling flow patterns in a small vegetated area in the northern Chihuahuan Desert using QUIC (Quick Urban & Industrial Complex). Environmental Fluid Mechanics. 6:359-384.
Chapin, III F.S, Woodwell G.M, Randerson J.T, Rastetter E.B, Lovett G.M, Baldocchi D.D, Clark D.A, Harmon M.E, Schimel D.S, Valentini R. et al..  2006.  Reconciling Carbon-cycle Concepts, Terminology, and Methods. Ecosystems. 9:1041-1050.
Cox SB, Bloch CP, Stevens RD, Huenneke L..  2006.  Productivity and species richness in an arid ecosystem: a long-term perspective. Plant Ecology. 186:1-12.
Crisci J, Sala O.E, Katinas L, Possadas P.  2006.  Bridging historical and ecological approaches in biogeography. Australian Systematic Botany. 19:1-10.
Darby BJ, Housman DC, Zaki AM, Shamout Y, Adl SM, Belnap J, Neher DA.  2006.  Effects of altered temperature and precipitation on desert protozoa associated with biological soil crusts. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 53:507-514.
Dobson A, Lodge D, Alder J, Cumming GS, Keymer J, McGlade J, Mooney H, Rusak JA, Sala O.E, Wolters V et al..  2006.  Habitat loss, trophic collapse, and the decline of ecosystem services. Ecology. 87:1915-1924.
Howes DA, Abrahams AD, E. Pitman B.  2006.  One- and two-dimensional modelling of overland flow in semiarid shrubland, Jornada basin, New Mexico. Hydrological Processes. 20:1027-1046.
Hu S, Abrahams AD.  2006.  Partitioning resistance to overland flow on rough mobile beds. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 31:1280-1291.
Sala O.E, Jackson RB.  2006.  Determinants of biodiversity change: ecological tools for building scenarios. Ecology. 87:1875-1876.
van Vuuren DP, Sala O.E, Pereira HM.  2006.  The future of vascular plant diversity under four global scenarios. Ecology and Society. 11:19pages.
White EP, Adler PB, Lauenroth WK, Gill RA, Greenberg D, Kaufman DM, Rassweiler A, Rusak JA, Smith MD, Steinbeck JR et al..  2006.  A comparison of the species-time relationship across ecosystems and taxonomic groups. Oikos. 112:185-195.

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