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2019
Bailey D., Mosley J.C., Estell R.E., Cibils A., Horney M., Hendrickson J.R., Walker J.W., Launchbaugh K.L., Burritt E.A..  2019.  Synthesis paper: Targeted livestock grazing: Prescription for healthy rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 72(865-877)
Chappell A, Webb N, Leys J, Waters C, Orgill S, Eyres M.  2019.  Soil Organic Carbon Erosion is Critical for Land Degradation Neutrality. Environmental Science and Policy. 93:43-52.
Edwards BL, Allen ST, Braud DH, Keim RF.  2019.  Stand density and carbon storage in cypress-tupelo wetland forests of the Mississippi River delta. Forest Ecology and Management. 441:106-114.
Herrick JE, Shaver P, Pyke D, Pellant M, Toledo DNMI, Lepak N.  2019.  A Strategy for Defining the Reference for Land Health and Degradation Assessments. Ecological Indicators. 97:225-230.
Niles M., Wiener S., Schattman R., Roesch-McNally G., Reyes J.T..  2019.  Seeing is not always believing: crop loss and climate change perceptions among farm advisors. Environmental Research Letters. 14(4)
Reyes JJon T, Elias E.  2019.  Spatio-temporal variation of crop loss in the United States from 2001 to 2016. Environmental Research letters. 14:1-12.
Spiegal S, Estell R, Cibils A, James D, Peinetti R, Browning D, Romig K, Gonzalez A, Lyons A, Bestelmeyer B.  2019.  Seasonal divergence of landscape use by heritage and conventional cattle on desert rangeland. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 72(4):590-601.
SVEJCAR LAUREN, Bestelmeyer BT, James DK, Peters DC.  2019.  Small mammal herbivory and grassland recovery potential in the Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 166:11-16.
2018
Browning DM, Crimmins T, James DKeith, Spiegal S, Levi MR, Anderson JP, Peters DC.  2018.  Synchronous species responses reveal phenological guilds: implications for management. Ecosphere. 9:1-23.
Chappell A, Webb N.  2018.  Significance for dust emission modelling of omitting changing aerodynamic roughness. International Conference on Aeolian Research.
Duniway MC, Petrie MD, Peters DC, Anderson JP, Crossland K, Herrick JE.  2018.  Soil water dynamics at 15 locations distributed across a desert landscape: insights from a 27-yr dataset. Ecosphere. 9(7):36pp.
Elias E, Brown DPatrick, Smarik S, Webb N, Dubois D.  2018.  Southwest US dust monitoring and mitigation symposium. 73rd Soil and Water Conservation Society International Annual Conference.
Maynard JJ, Karl JW.  2018.  Science with a selfie stick: Plant biomass estimation using smartphone based ‘Structure From Motion’ photogrammetry. Society for Range Management Meeting Proceedings. January 28-February 2, 2018
Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer B, Campanella A.  2018.  Shrub encroachment, productivity pulses, and core-transient dynamics of Chihuahuan Desert rodents. Ecosphere. 9(7):Articlee02330.
Schreiner-McGraw AP, Vivoni ER.  2018.  On the sensitivity of hillslope runoff and channel transmission losses in arid piedmont slopes. Water Resources Research. 54:4498-4518.
2015
Barnes PW, Throop HL, Archer SR, Breshears DD, McCulley RL, Tobler MA.  2015.  Sunlight and Soil–Litter Mixing: Drivers of Litter Decomposition in Drylands. Progress in Botany. 76:273-302.
Bestelmeyer B.  2015.  Spatial scaling concepts as applied to the assessment and restoration of drylands. 9th US IALE (Interantional Association of Landscape Ecology) World Congress.
Briske D, Zhao M, Han G, Ziu C, Kemp D, Havstad K, Wilms W., Kang L, Wang Z, Wu J et al..  2015.  Strategies to alleviate poverty and grassland degradation in Inner Mongolia: Intensification vs production efficiency of livestock. Journal of Environmental Management. 152:177-182.
Elias E, Steele C, Havstad K, Steenwerth K, Chambers J, Deswood H, Rango A, Kerr A, Schwartz M, Stine P et al..  2015.  Southwest regional climate hub and California subsidiary hub assessment of climate change vulnerability and adaptation and mitigation strategies. :76pp..
Silver S.J., E. Rinkes T, Nauble D, Makela P, Nance D, Karl J.  2015.  Sage-grouse habitat assessment framework: multi-scale habitat assessment tool. Technical Reference 6710-1
Svejcar LN, Bestelmeyer B, Duniway M.C., James DK.  2015.  Scale-dependent feedbacks between patch size and plant reproduction in desert grassland. Ecosystems. 18(1):146-153.
Yao J, Peters DC.  2015.  Simulated distribution of an invasive grass, Lehmann lovegrass, in the Chihuahuan Desert under future climate scenarios. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
2014
Anderson D.M..  2014.  Stock density managed in real-time. Precision Agriculture News. 10(2):15.
Briske DD, Bestelmeyer B, Brown J..  2014.  Savory’s unsubstantiated claims should not be confused with multipaddock grazing. Rangelands. 36(1):39-42.
Browning D.M., Franklin J, Archer SR, Gillan JK, D. Guertin P.  2014.  Spatial patterns of grassland-shrubland state transitions: a 74-year record on grazed and protected areas. Ecological. 24(6):1421-1433.
Elias E, Rango A, Steele C, Mejia J, Baca R, James D, Schrader T. S.  2014.  Simulated impact of climate change on hydrology of multiple watersheds using traditional and recommended snowmelt runoff model methodology. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2014.
Marshall N, Stokes C, Webb N, Marshall P, Lankester A.  2014.  Social vulnerability to climate change in primary producers: a typology approach . Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 186:86-93.
H. Monger C.  2014.  Soils as generators and sinks of inorganic carbon in geologic time. Soil Carbon. Progress in Soil Science, 27. :27-36.
Ochoa C, Guldan S, Fernald A, Tidwell V, Elias E, Gutierrez K, Borman M.  2014.  Surface water and shallow groundwater interactions in semiarid agro-ecosystems of western USA. EGU General Assembly 2014.
Okin GS, Webb N, Bhattachan A, Dintwe K, D'Odorico P.  2014.  The southern Kalahari as a dust source: preliminary results from the field. Eighth International Conference on Aeolian Research (ICAR VIII). :p.326.
Schmugge T.J., Elias E, Rodell M, Rango A.  2014.  Satellite observations of ground water changes in New Mexico. 59th Annual New Mexico Water Conference.
Sylvain ZA, Wall D, Cherwin K, Reichmann L, Peters DC, Sala O.E.  2014.  Soil animal responses to moisture availability are largely scale, not ecosystem dependent: Insight from a cross-site study. Global Change Biology. 20:2631-2643.
Wang C, Han G, Wang S, Zhai X, Brown J., Havstad K, Ma X, Wilkes A, Zhao M, Tang S et al..  2014.  Sound management may sequester methane in grazed rangeland ecosystems. Scientific Reports. 4
Webb N, Chappell A, Strong C, Butler H, Marx S, Leys J, McTainsh G, Viscarra-Rossell R.  2014.  Soil organic carbon dust emission: a synthesis of recent Australian research . Eighth International Conference on Aeolian Research (ICAR VIII). :p.196.
Young K, Schrader T. S.  2014.  Spatial distribution and risk assessment of Johnsongrass (sorghum halepense) in Big Bend National Park, Texas. :161-168.

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