Jornada Bibliography

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Wooton E.O..  1911.  Cacti in New Mexico.
Watkins W.E.  1937.  The calcium and phosphorus contents of important New Mexico range forages.
Durand N, H. Monger C, Canti MG.  2010.  Calcium carbonate features. Interpretation of Micromorphological Features of Soils and Regoliths. :149-194.
Liu X., H. Monger C, Whitford WG.  2007.  Calcium carbonate in termite galleries – biomineralization or upward transport? Biogeochemistry. 82:241-250.
Anderson D.M., Estell R, Schrader T. S.  2014.  Calculating foraging area using global navigation satellite system (GNSS) technology. Rangelands. :31-35.
Marion G.M, Schlesinger W.H., Fonteyn P.J.  1985.  CALDEP: a regional model for CaCO3 (caliche) deposition in southwestern deserts. Soil Science. 139:468-481.
Nelson E.W.  1922.  Calf crop increases on the Jornada. Organized Farming. 3:1-2.
Gile LH.  1966.  Cambic and certain noncambic horizons in desert soils of southern New Mexico. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 30:773-781.
Duval B.D., Whitford WG.  2009.  Camel spider (Solifugae) use of prairie dog colonies. Western North American Naturalist. 69:272-276.
Peters DC, N. Burruss D, Okin G, Hatfield JL, Brungard C.  2018.  Can connectivity-mediated feedbacks to vegetation explain surprising ecological responses to catastrophic events? Ecological Society of America.
Klose M, Webb N, Gill TE, Van Pelt RS, Okin GS.  2017.  Can dust emission mechanisms be determined from field measurements? European Geosciences Union General Assembly Proceedings. [abstract]
Williamson JC, Bestelmeyer BT, McClaran M, Robinett D, Briske D, Ben Wu X., Fernandez-Gimenez M.  2016.  Can ecological land classification increase the utility of vegetation monitoring data? Ecological Indicators. 69:657-666.
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.
Spiegal S, Estell RE, Cibils A, Gonzalez AL, McIntosh WC, Nyamuryekung'e S., Bestelmeyer BT.  2018.  Can heritage cattle protect ecosystems and economies in the changing rangelands of the western United States? Ecological Society of America.
Kerley G.IH, Whitford WG.  2009.  Can kangaroo rat graminivory contribute to the persistence of desertified shrublands? Journal of Arid Environments. 73:651-657.
Hulet, Clarence V., Anderson D.M..  1991.  Can multi-species grazing help protect stock from coyotes? National Wool Growers' Magazine. 81:32-33.
R. Corona S, Fredrickson E.L., Ceballos G.G., Gonzalez A.L., Laliberte, Andrea S., Davidson A.D., Sanchez R.L., Bezanilla G., Gevara E.P..  2007.  Can prairie dog-cattle interactions be used to remediate desertified Chihuahuan Desert grasslands? Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :PS39-205.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner J, Hendrickson J, Sanderson M, Blair J, Collins SL.  2015.  Can we use the past as a lens to the future? Using historic events to predict regional grassland and shrubland responses to multi-year drought or wet periods under climate change 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Gibbens, Robert P., Beck R.F., Atwood T.L..  1986.  Canopy and ground cover inside and outside of livestock exclosures on brush ranges in southern New Mexico with up to 50 years of protection. 39th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :133.
Neufeld HS, Meinzer FC, Wisdom CS, M. Sharifi R, Rundel PW, Neufeld MS, Goldring Y, Cunningham GL.  1988.  Canopy architecture of Larrea tridentata (D. C.) Cov., a desert shrub: foliage orientation and direct beam radiation interception. Oecologia (Berlin). 75:54-60.
Chopping M., Rango A., Havstad K, Schiebe F.R., Ritchie J., Schmugge T.J., French A.N., McKee L.G., Davis M.R..  2003.  Canopy attributes of desert grassland and transition communities derived from multiangular airborne imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment. 85:339-354.
Smith W.E., Van Zee JW, Whitford WG.  1997.  Canopy insect populations as indicators of exposure to acute stressors (drought and grazing) and chronic stressors (desertification and exotic plant species). International Symposium and Workshop Combating Desertification: Connecting Science with Community Action. :Abstract22.
Senock RS.  1987.  Canopy manipulations, gas exchange and water relations of a perennial bunchgrass. :93.
Parker L.W, Santos P.F, Phillips J., Whitford WG.  1984.  Carbon and nitrogen dynamics during the decomposition of litter and roots of a Chihuahuan Desert annual Lepidium lasiocarpum. Ecological Monographs. 54:339-360.
Gallardo A, Schlesinger WH.  1992.  Carbon and nitrogen limitations of soil microbial biomass in desert ecosystems. Biogeochemistry. 18:1-17.
Sisson W.B..  1989.  Carbon balance of Panicum coloratum during drought and non-drought in the northern Chihuahuan desert. Journal of Ecology. 77:799-810.
Sisson W.B..  1983.  Carbon balance of Yucca elata Engelm. during a hot and cool period in situ. Oecologia. 57:352-360.
Serna-Perez A., H. Monger C, Herrick JE, Murray L.W..  2006.  Carbon dioxide emissions from exhumed petrocalcic horizons. Soil Science Society of America Journal; Pedology, Forest Range and Wildland Soils. 70:795-805.
Sisson W.B..  1980.  Carbon dioxide exchange of Yucca elata Engelm: Effect of temperature on photosynthesis and root respiration. Yucca. :35-50.
Sisson W.B..  1979.  Carbon dioxide exchange of Yucca elata Engelm: effect of temperature on photosynthesis and root respiration. Yucca Symposium.
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.
H. Monger C, Kraimer R.A., Serna-Perez A., Herrick JE.  2005.  Carbon in Desert Soils at Multiple Time Scales. Ecological Society of America 90th Annual Meeting. :447-448.
Connin S.L, Virginia R.A, Chamberlin C.P.  1997.  Carbon isotopes reveal soil organic matter dynamics following arid land shrub expansion. Oecologia. 110:374-386.
Syvertsen J.P, Nickell G.L, Spellenberg R.W, Cunningham G.L.  1976.  Carbon reduction pathways and standing crop in three Chihuahuan desert plant communities. The Southwestern Naturalist. 21:311-320.
H. Monger C, Martinez-Rios J., Gallegos R.A.  2001.  Carbon sequestration and global warming. Memoria de la XII Semana Internacional de Agronomia.
Brown J..  2008.  Carbon sequestration and sink resources in grazed lands. International Rangleand Congress. :240-247.
Wang J, Monger C, Wang X, Serena M, Leinauer B.  2016.  Carbon sequestration in response to grassland–shrubland–turfgrass conversions and a test for carbonate biomineralization in desert soils, New Mexico, USA. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 80:1591-1603.
Barrow J.R..  2001.  Carbon transport by symbiotic fungi in fourwing saltbush, Atriplex canescens (Pursh) Nutt.. Proceedings of the 11th Wildland Shrub Symposium. RMRS P-21:291-294.
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.
Neville SPaul.  1973.  Carcass performance of Brangus, Hereford and reciprocally crossbred steers. :43.
Halloran AF.  1946.  The carnivores of the San Andres Mountains, New Mexico. Journal of Mammalogy. 27(2):154-161.
Watkins W.E, Knox J.H, Benner J.W.  1950.  Carotene and Vitamin A in the blood plasma of range cows.
Repp W.W, Watkins W.E.  1958.  Carotene, vitamin A, and inorganic phosphorus in the blood plasma of range cows.
Conley MReeves.  1982.  Carrion location efficiency in burying beetles, Nicrophorus carolinus (L.) (Silphidae). Southwest National. 27:11-15.
Peters DC, Sala O.E, Allen C.D., Covich A., Brunson M..  2007.  Cascading Events in Linked Ecological and Socio-Economic Systems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 5:221-224.
Steele C, Reyes JJon Tiu, Elias E, Aney S, Rango A.  2018.  Cascading impacts of climate change on southwestern US cropland agriculture. Climatic Change. 148(3):437-450.
Campbell R.S..  1929.  A case of phyllody in Yucca elata. Botanical Gazette. 88:109-110.
Huber-Sannwald E., Reynolds J.F., Herrick JE, Maestre F.T..  2006.  A case study of desertification linking biophysical and socioeconomic aspects fo water use in the small Mexican village of Amapola. Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges. An Earth System Science Partnership, Open Science Conference. :660.
Ayarza M., Herrick JE, Huber-Sannwald E., Reynolds J.F..  2006.  A case study of land degradation linking biophysical and socioeconomic aspects of agroecological production systems in southern Honduras. Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges. An Earth System Science Partnership, Open Science Conference. :661.
Anderson D.M., Smith J.N., Hulet, Clarence V..  1986.  Cattle and sheep activities under simultaneous stocking of arid rangeland. 39th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :141.

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