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Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Havstad K.  2002.  What does an ecological threshold look like? Scale-dependent causes of a grassland-shrubland transition 87th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :319.
Bestelmeyer BT, Wiens J.A..  2001.  Ant biodiversity in semiarid landscape mosaics: The consequences of grazing vs. natural heterogeneity. Ecological Applications. 11:1123-1140.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Havstad K, Alexander R., Chavez G., Herrick JE.  2001.  An integrated approach to managing landscape pattern and dynamics in southern New Mexico. 16th Annual Symposium, US-International Association for Landscape Ecology Meeting. :29.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Havstad K, Alexander R., Chavez G., Herrick JE.  2001.  An approach to managing landscape pattern and dynamics in southern New Mexico. Society for Range Management, New Mexico Section Newsletter.
Bestelmeyer BT, Stringham T., Brown J., Havstad K.  2001.  Developing and applying state-and-transition models to manage rangelands. 86th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :7.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2001.  Buffelgrass invasion: What is the value of a desert? Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park Newsletter. :1.
Bestelmeyer BT, Wiens J.A..  2001.  Local and regional-scale responses of ant diversity to a semiarid biome transition. Ecography. 24:381-392.
Bestelmeyer BT, Okin GS, Duniway M.C., Archer SR, Sayre N.F., Williamson JC, Herrick JE.  2015.  Desertification, land use, and the transformation of global drylands. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):28-36.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2014.  Deforestation of "degraded" rangelands: The Argentine Chaco enters the next state of the anthropocene. Rangelands. 36(4):36-39.
Bestelmeyer BT, Havstad K, Svejcar L.N., Duniway M, Okin GS, Peters DC.  2013.  Critical thresholds and recovery of Chihuahuan Desert grasslands: Insights from long-term data. 98th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Bestelmeyer BT, Skaggs R.K., Browning D.M., Williamson J, Wojan C.  2015.  Geography as destiny? Social and ecological resilience in rangelands of the American southwest 100th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2015.  Operationalizing resilience using state and transition models. 68th World Congress on Ecological Restoration.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2015.  Spatial scaling concepts as applied to the assessment and restoration of drylands. 9th US IALE (Interantional Association of Landscape Ecology) World Congress.
Bestelmeyer BT, Miller J.  2015.  Collaborative adaptive landscape management (CALM) in rangelands: Discussion of general principles. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
Bestelmeyer BT, Goolsby D, Archer SR.  2009.  Spatial patterns in alternative states and thresholds: A missing link for management of landscapes? 10th Biennial Conference for Research on the Colorado Plateau.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J..  2010.  Degraded states, novel ecosystems, or reconfigured landscapes: How should we view ecosystem change in a changing world? 63rd Society for Range Management Annual Meetings.
Bestelmeyer BT, Havstad K, Duniway M, Peters DC.  2010.  Resilience mechanisms and recovery in a Chihuahuan Desert rangeland ecosystem. 95th Ecological Society of America Meeting.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2015.  Land Ecology Essay II: Thresholds, novel ecosystems, and the sanctity of history. Rangelands. 37:244-246.
Bestelmeyer BT, Sayre NF.  2011.  Grassland, shrubland and savanna stewardship: where do we go from here? 96th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting.
Bestelmeyer BT, Briske DD, Fernandez-Gimenez M, Wu X.B..  2012.  Data support for a state-and-transition model: What have we learned? Society for Range Management, 65th Annual Meeting.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2016.  Is desertification a dirty word? Ecological Society of America.
Bestelmeyer BT, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Sayre NF, Webb N.  2016.  Tipping points in rangeland social-ecological systems of the Southwest US: Past and present. Ecological Society of America.
Bestelmeyer BT, Williamson J, Talbot C, Cates G, Duniway M.C., Brown J..  2016.  Improving the effectiveness of ecological site descriptions: General state-and-transition models and the Ecosystem Dynamics Interpretive Tool (EDIT). Rangelands. 38:329-335
Bestelmeyer BT, Ash A., Brown J., Densambuu M., Fernandez-Gimenez ME, Johnson J., Levi MR, Lopez D., Rumpff L., Peinetti R. et al..  2017.  State and transition models: Theory, applications, and challenges. In: Briske, D.D. Rangeland Systems: Processes, Management and Challenges. Springer Series on Environmental Management. :303-345.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2017.  Apathy, ignorance, and poor governance: the three-headed Hydra of drylands. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting.
Bestelmeyer BT, Spiegal S, Strickland T, Swain H, Boughton EH.  2017.  A conceptual model of agroecosystem function as a basis for synthesis. Agronomy Society of America, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Meeting.
Bestelmeyer BT, Burkett LM, Lister L.  2018.  Understanding spatial variability in perennial grass restoration following shrub removal in the Chihuahuan Desert: The restore New Mexico collaborative monitoring program. Society for Range Management Meeting. January 28-February 2, 2018
Bestelmeyer BT.  2018.  A Tale of Two Thresholds: Mistakes and Serendipity in a Desert Grassland. Ecosystems.
Bestelmeyer BT, Peters DC, Archer SR, Browning DM, Okin GS, Schooley RL, Webb NP.  2018.  The Grassland–Shrubland Regime Shift in the Southwestern United States: Misconceptions and Their Implications for Management. Bioscience. 68(9):678-690.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown JR, Strait R.  2018.  Using ecological sites and state and transition models to support objective based conservation planning. 73rd Soil and Water Conservation Society International Conference.
Bestelmeyer BT, Burkett LM, Lister L, Brown JR, Schooley RL.  2019.  Collaborative Approaches to Strengthen the Role of Science in Rangeland Conservation. Rangelands. 41(5):218-226.

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