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Whitford WG, Santos PF.  1980.  Conference Proceedings. Soil Biology as Related to Land Use Practices. :770-778.
Herrick JE, Whitford WG.  1995.  Contribution of ant activity to spatial variability in hydrologic properties in the Chihuahuan Desert. American Society of Agronomy Meeting. :Abstract309.
Whitford WG.  1998.  Contribution of pits dug by goannas (Varanus gouldii) to the dynamics of banded mulga landscapes in eastern Australia. Journal of Arid Environments. 40:453-457.
Steinberger Y., Whitford WG.  1983.  The contribution of rodents to decomposition processes in a desert ecosystem. Journal of Arid Environments. 6:177-181.
Steinberger Y., Whitford WG.  1983.  The contribution of shrub pruning by jackrabbits to litter input in a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem. Journal of Arid Environments. 6:183-187.
Herrick JE, Whitford WG, Jones T.L..  1997.  Contribution of soil termite activity to remediation of degraded rangeland. Annual Meeting, American Society for Agronomy. :294-295.
Whitford WG, Parker LW.  1989.  Contributions of soil fauna to decomposition and mineralization processes in semiarid and arid ecosystems. Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation. 3:199-215.
Whitford WG, Freckman D.W, Parker L.W, Schaefer D., Santos P.F, Steinberger Y..  1983.  The contributions of soil fauna to nutrient cycles in desert systems. New Trends in Soil Biology. :49-59.
Whitford WG, Steinberger Y., Ettershank G.  1982.  Contributions of subterranean termites to the 'economy' of Chihuahuan desert ecosystems. Oecologia (Berlin). 55:298-302.
Fowler HG, Whitford WG.  1984.  Coordinated prey capture by Novomessor cockerelli (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). New York Entomological Society. 91:328-332.
Moorhead D.L, Fisher F.M, Whitford WG.  1988.  Cover of spring annuals on nitrogen-rich kangaroo rat mounds in a Chihuahuan Desert grassland. The American Midland Naturalist. 120:443-447.
Kay CAnn Rolph, Whitford WG.  1978.  Critical thermal limits of desert honey ants: possible ecological implications. Physiological Zoology. 51:206-213.
Delson J, Whitford WG.  1973.  Critical thermal maxima in several life history stages in desert and montane populations of Ambystoma tigrinum. Herpetologica. 29:352-355.
Steinberger Y., Shmida A, Whitford WG.  1990.  Decomposition along a rainfall gradient in the Judean desert, Israel. Oecologia. 82(3):322-324.
Whitford WG.  1986.  Decomposition and nutrient cycling in deserts. Pattern and Process in Desert Ecosystems. :93-117.
Whitford WG.  1986.  Decomposition and nutrient cycling in deserts. Pattern and Process in Desert Ecosystems. :93-117.
Whitford WG.  1988.  Decomposition and nutrient cycling in disturbed arid ecosystems. The Reconstruction of Disturbed Arid Lands. :136-161.
Fisher F.M, Freckman D.W, Whitford WG.  1990.  Decomposition and soil nitrogen availability in Chihuahuan Desert field microcosms. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 22:241-249.
Kemp P.R., Reynolds J.F., Virginia R.A, Whitford WG.  2003.  Decomposition of leaf and root litter of Chihuahuan Desert shrubs: Effects of three years of summer drought. Journal of Arid Environments. 53:21-39.
Whitford WG, Stinnett K., Anderson JP.  1988.  Decomposition of roots in a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem. Oecologia. 75:8-11.
Cepeda-Pizarro JG, Whitford WG.  1990.  Decomposition patterns of surface leaf litter of six plant species along a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. The American Midland Naturalist. 123:319-330.
Urbaniak S, Whitford WG.  1983.  Decomposition rates of various quantities of buried litter in a desert. The Southwestern Naturalist. 28:111-112.
Whitford WG, Ettershank G..  1972.  Demography and role of herbivorous ants in a desert ecosystem as functions of vegetation, soil and climate variables. US/IBP Desert Biome.
Kerley G.IH, Whitford WG.  1994.  Desert dwelling small mammals as granivores: intercontinental variations. Austrialian Journal of Zoology. 42:543-555.
Forbes G.S., Van Zee JW, Smith W., Whitford WG.  2005.  Desert grassland canopy arthropod species richness: temporal patterns and effects of intense, short-duration livestock grazing. Journal of Arid Environments. 60:627-646.
Whitford WG.  1998.  The desert grasslands. Ecosystem Health. :313-323.
Havstad K, Whitford WG, Gibbens, Robert P., Lenz J.M., Van Zee JW, de Soyza A.G..  1998.  Desert vegetation responses to natural and anthropomorphic stressors. Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management. :No.7.
Whitford WG.  1997.  Desertification and animal biodiversity in the desert grasslands of North America. Journal of Arid Environments. 37:709-720.
Whitford WG, Alkon P., Smith W.E., Van Zee JW.  1997.  Desertification and biodiversity. International Symposium and Workshop Combating Desertification: Connecting Science with Community Action. :Abstract44.
Jackson E.C., Whitford WG.  2002.  Desertification and biopedturbation in the Chihuahuan Desert. 87th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :369.
Jackson E.C., Krogh S.N., Whitford WG.  2003.  Desertification and biopedturbation in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 53:1-14.
Whitford WG.  1995.  Desertification: Implications and limitations of the ecosystem health metaphor. NATO ASI Series. I(28):273-292.
Parker LW, Whitford WG.  1985.  The detrital food web and surface mine reclamation. Proceedings of American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation.
Wallwork J.A, Kamill B.W, Whitford WG.  1985.  Distribution and diversity patterns of soil mites and other microarthropods in a Chihuahuan Desert site. Journal of Arid Environments. 9:215-231.
MacKay WP, Silva S, Whitford WG.  1987.  Diurnal activity patterns and vertical migration in desert soil microarthropods. Pedobiologia. 30:65-71.
Whitford WG, Freckman DW, Elkins NZ, Parker LW, Parmalee R, Phillips J, Tucker S.  1981.  Diurnal migration and responses to simulated rainfall in desert soil microarthropods and nematodes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 13:417-425.
Schowalter T.D, Lightfoot DC, Whitford WG.  1999.  Diversity of arthropod responses to host-plant water stress in a desert ecosystem in southern New Mexico. American Midland Naturalist. 142:281-290.
Whitford WG, Forbes GS, Kerley GI.  1995.  Diversity, spatial variability, and functional roles of invertebrates in desert grassland ecosystems. The Desert Grassland. :152-195.
Whitford WG, Ginzburg O, Berg N, Steinberger Y.  2012.  Do long-lived ants affect soil microbial communities? Biology and Fertility of Soils. 48:227-233.
G. Kerley IH, Whitford WG.  2002.  Does kangaroo rat graminivory contribute to the persistence of desertified shrublands? 87th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :177.
de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG, Herrick JE, Van Zee JW, Havstad K.  1998.  Early warning indicators of desertification: Examples of tests in the Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 39:101-112.
F. Creusere M, Whitford WG.  1976.  Ecological relationships in a desert anuran community. Herpetologica. 32:7-18.
Whitford WG.  2002.  Ecology of Desert Systems.
Whitford WG.  2002.  Ecology of Desert Systems.
Loring SJ, MacKay WP, Whitford WG.  1988.  Ecology of small desert playas. Small Water Impoundments in Semi-arid Regions. :89-113.
Gutierrez JR, Whitford WG.  1989.  Effect of eliminating subterranean termites on the growth of creosotebush, Larrea tridentata. The Southwestern Naturalist. 34:549-551.
MacKay WP, Silva S, Lightfoot DC, Pagani MInez, Whitford WG.  1986.  Effect of increased soil moisture and reduced soil temperature on a desert soil arthropod community. The American Midland Naturalist. 116:45-56.
Freckman D.W, Whitford WG, Steinberger Y..  1987.  Effect of irrigation on nematode population dynamics and activity in desert soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 3:3-10.
Lajtha K., Whitford WG.  1989.  The effect of water and nitrogen amendments on photosynthesis, leaf demography, and resource-use efficiency in Larrea tridentata, a desert evergreen shrub. Oecologia. 80:341-348.
Whitford WG.  1992.  Effects of climate change on soil biotic communities and soil processes. Global Warming and Biological Diversity. 124-136