Jornada Bibliography

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Conference Paper
Spiegal S, Estell R.E., Cibils A, Browning D.M., H. Peinetti R, James DK, Romig K, Gonzalez AL.  2016.  Can foraging behavior of Criollo cattle help increase agricultural production and reduce environmental impacts in the arid Southwest? Ecological Society of America.
McIntosh M.M, Cibils A, Estell R, Gonzalez AL, Spiegal S, Blair A., Nyamurekung'e S., Soto-Navarro S.A., Tolle C..  2019.  Carcass characteristics of Criollo and Criollo crossbred steers raised on Chihuahuan Desert rangeland. 2019 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting and Trade Show.
Hyder P.W., Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E., Havstad K, Donart G.B..  2002.  Changes in phenolic compounds and organic matter in leaf litter from creosotebush [Larrea tridentata (Sess. & Moc. ex Dc.) Cov.] and tarbush (Flourensia cernua dc.). 55th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :13.
Lucero M.E., Estell R.E., Sedillo R.L..  2002.  A comparison of Dalea formosa oils isolated by steam distillation and by solid-phase microextraction. Society for Range Management, New Mexico Section Winter Meeting. :Abstract6.
Medina A.L., Lucero M.E., Estell R.E., O'Connell M.A..  2002.  A comparison of steam distillation and solid-phase microextraction (SPME) for isolation of the Anemopsis californica volatiles. Society for Range Management, New Mexico Section Winter Meeting. :8.
Hyder P.W., Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E., Havstad K, Remmenga M.D..  1998.  Computerized technique for the assessment of plant utilization by herbivores. Society for Range Management Meeting. 51:Abstract34.
Fredrickson E.L., Hyder P.W., Tellez M.R., Estell R.E..  1998.  Concentrations and distributions of nordihydroguaiaretic acid, total phenolics and condensed tannins in creosotebush (Larrea tridentata). Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. 51:29.
Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E..  2005.  Criollo Cattle: An Examination of the Past with an Eye to the Future. American Society of Animal Science, New Mexico Branch American Association of Laboratory Animal Scientists.
Journal Article
Anderson D.M., Estell R, Schrader T. S.  2014.  Calculating foraging area using global navigation satellite system (GNSS) technology. Rangelands. :31-35.
Estell R.E., Havstad K, Cibils AF, Anderson D.M., Schrader T. S.  2014.  The changing role of shrubs in rangeland-based livestock production systems: Can shrubs increase our forage supply? Rangelands. 36(2):25-31.
Anderson D.M., Winters CD, Estell R.E., Fredrickson E, Doniec M, Detweiler C., Rus D, James D, Nolen B.  2012.  Characterising the spatial and temporal activities of free-ranging cows from GPS data. The Rangeland Journal. 34:149-161.
Estell R.E., Fredrickson E.L., Havstad K.  1996.  Chemical composition of Flourensia cernua at four growth stages. Grass and Forage Science. 51:434-441.
Medina A., Lucero M.E., Holguin F.O., Estell R.E., Posakony J.J., Simon J., O'Connell M..  2005.  Composition and antimicrobial activity of Anemposis californica leaf oil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 53:8694-8698.
Lucero M.E., Estell R.E., Fredrickson E.L..  2010.  Composition of Ceanothus gregii oil as determined by steam distillation and solid-phase microextraction. Journal of Essential Oil Research. 22:140-142.
Lucero M.E., Estell R.E., Sedillo R.L..  2005.  The composition of Dalea formosa oil determined by steam distillation and solid-phase microextraction. Journal of Essential Oil Research. 17:645-647.
Estell R.  2010.  Coping with shrub secondary metabolites by ruminants. Small Ruminant Research. 94:1-9.
Anderson D.M., Estell R.E., Gonzalez AL, Cibils AF.  2015.  Criollo cattle: Heritage genetics for arid landscapes. Rangelands. 37(2):62-67.