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Hansen NKay.  2008.  Patterns of soil and vegetation change associated with grassland-shrubland transitions: a case study. :152.
Hansen N., Herrick JE, Abbott L., Peters DC, Parker D..  2007.  Using the GIS to study the past and present of a northern Chihuahuan Desert playa. 60th Annual Meeting and Trade Show, Society for Range Management. :PaperNo.179.
Hennessy J.T., Kies B., Gibbens, Robert P., Tromble J.M..  1986.  Soil sorting by forty-five years of wind erosion on a southern New Mexico range. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 59:391-394.
Herrick JE, Peters DC, Hansen N.K., Ritchie J., H. Monger C, Okin GS.  2008.  Application of soil physical models to predict soil deposition effects on plant establishment. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :48-147.
Herrick JE, Peters DC, Bestelmeyer BT, Okin GS, Hansen N.K., Havstad K.  2008.  Predicting soil erosion and deposition effects on plant establishment: A key to increasing restoration success. XXI International Grassland Congress; VII International Rangeland Congress. 1:743.
Herrick JE, Weltz M.A., Schuman G.E., Reeder J.D., Simanton J.R..  1996.  Relationships between rangeland soil quality, soil resilience, and soil erosion. Soil and Water Conservation Society Conference, Soil Quality and Erosion Interaction.
Huenneke L., Buonopane M., Bothern L., Herrick JE.  2000.  Effects of plant removals on soil surface erosion in a Chihuahuan Desert shrubland. 85th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :290.
Hutchinson CF, Warren PL.  1983.  Environmental sampling for monitoring rangeland condition.
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Ludwig JA, Moir WH.  1987.  A baseline of soil erosion and vegetation monitoring in desert grasslands: Chihuahua, Texas and New Mexico. Strategies for Classification and Management of Native Vegetation for Food Production in Arid Zones. General Technical Report RM-150:214-220.