Jornada Bibliography

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Journal Article
Kerley G.IH, Whitford WG.  2009.  Can kangaroo rat graminivory contribute to the persistence of desertified shrublands? Journal of Arid Environments. 73:651-657.
Kerley G.IH, Whitford WG.  1994.  Desert dwelling small mammals as granivores: intercontinental variations. Austrialian Journal of Zoology. 42:543-555.
Kerley G.IH, Whitford WG, Kay F.R.  2004.  Effects of pocket gophers on desert soils and vegetation. Journal of Arid Environments. 58:155-166.
Kerley G.IH, Tiver F., Whitford WG.  1993.  Herbivory of clonal populations: cattle browsing affects reproduction and population structure of Yucca elata. Oecologia. 93:12-17.
Kerley G.IH, Whitford WG.  2000.  Impact of grazing and desertification in the Chihuahuan Desert: Plant communities, granivores and granivory. American Midland Naturalist. 144:78-91.
Kerley G.IH, Whitford WG, Kay F.R.  1997.  Mechanisms for the keystone status of kangaroo rats: graminivory rather than granivory? Oecologia. 111:422-428.
Hoffman M.T, James CD, Kerley G.IH, Whitford WG.  1993.  Rabbit herbivory and its effect on cladode, flower, and fruit production of Opuntia violacea var macrocentra (Cactaceae) in the northern Chihuahuan Desert, New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist. 38:309-315.