Jornada Bibliography

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Conference Proceedings
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.
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.
Journal Article
Edwards BL, Webb NP, BROWN DAVIDP, Elias E, PECK DANNELEE, JR FREDERICKBPIERSON, WILLIAMS CHRISTOPHERJ, Herrick JE.  2019.  Climate change impacts on wind and water erosion on US rangelands. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 74(4):405-418.
Belnap J, Gillette D..  1997.  Disturbance of biological soil crusts: Impacts on potential wind erodibility of sandy desert soils in southeastern Utah, U.S.A.. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation.
Musick H.B, Gillette D.A.  1990.  Field evaluation of relationships between a vegetation structural parameter and sheltered against wind erosion. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation. 2:87-94.
Gillette DA, Chen W.  2001.  Particle production and aeolian transport from a "supply-limited" source area in the Chihuahuan desert, New Mexico, United States. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106:5267-5278.
Barnes PW, Throop H.L., Hewins DB, Abbene ML, Archer SR.  2012.  Soil coverage reduces photodegradation and promotes the dvelopment of soil-microbial films on dryland leaf litter. Ecosystems. 15(2):311-321.
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.
D'Odorico P, Okin GS, Bestelmeyer BT.  2012.  A synthetic review of feedbacks and drivers of shrub encroachment in arid grasslands. Ecohydrology. 5:520-530.
Garcia-Pichel F, Loza V, Marusenko Y, Mateo P, Potrafka RM.  2013.  Temperature drives the continental-scale distribution of key microbes in topsoil communities. Science. 340:1574-1577.