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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, Brown J., Havstad K, Tartowski, Sandy L..  2004.  Managing land using ecological processes. 3rd Annual Conference, Quivira Coalition. :18-19.
Bestelmeyer BT, Wu X.B., Brown J., Fuhlendorf S.D, Fults G..  2011.  Landscape approaches to rangeland conservation practices. Conservation Benefits of Rangeland Practices: Assessment, Recommendations, and Knowledge Gaps. :337-370.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2016.  Is desertification a dirty word? Ecological Society of America.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Herrick JE, Trujillo D., Havstad K.  2004.  Land management in the American Southwest: A state-and-transition approach to ecosystem complexity. Environmental Management. 34:38-51.
Bestelmeyer BT, H. Peinetti R, Herrick JE, Steinaker D, Adema E.  2011.  State-and-transition model archetypes: A global taxonomy of rangeland change. International Rangeland Congress. IX:60.
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, Brown J., Herrick JE, Smith P.L., Havstad K.  2003.  Using state-and-transition models: Tools for prophylaxis, diagnosis, or autopsy? 56th Annual Meeting of Society for Range Management. :16.
Bestelmeyer BT, Ellison AM, Fraser WR, Gorman KB, Holbrook SJ, Laney CM, Ohman MD, Peters DC, Pillsbury FC, Rassweiler A et al..  2011.  Analysis of abrupt transitions in ecological systems. Ecosphere. 2(12):1-26.
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, Whitford WG.  2003.  Ants and termites: The little things that run your ranch. 56th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management.
Bestelmeyer BT, Moseley K, Shaver P, Sanchez H, Briske D, Fernandez-Gimenez M.  2010.  Practical guidance for developing state-and-transition models. Rangelands. 32(6):23-30.
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, Brown J., Herrick JE, Havstad K.  2003.  What does an ecological threshold look like? Proceedings of the VIIth International Rangelands Congress. :688-690.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J..  2010.  An introduction to the special issue on ecological sites. Rangeland. 32(6):3-4.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2017.  Apathy, ignorance, and poor governance: the three-headed Hydra of drylands. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Havstad K.  2003.  Grazing in complex environments: The details matter. Proceedings of the 1st Annual Quivira Coalition Conference. :1-6.
Bestelmeyer BT, Goolsby D., Archer SR.  2009.  The spatial pattern of transition (spot): linking pattern, process, and scale to state-and-transition models. 62nd Society for Range Mangement Annual Meeting. :06-11.
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, Chavez G., Brown J., Trujillo D.A..  2003.  A field guide to land: User-friendly interpretations of rangeland communities. Second National Conference on Grazing Lands.
Bestelmeyer BT, Tugel A.J., Peacock G.L., Robinett D., Shaver P.L., Brown J., Herrick JE, Sanchez H., Havstad K.  2009.  State-and-Transition models for heterogeneous landscapes: A strategy for development and application. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 62:1-15.
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, Wiens J.A..  2003.  Scavenging ant foraging behavior and variation in the scale of nutrient redistribution in semiarid grasslands. Journal of Arid Environments. 53:373-386.
Bestelmeyer BT, Herrick JE, Briske D.D., Fernandez-Gimenez M., Wu X.B., Brown J., Havstad K.  2009.  Threshold models linked to land classification and indicators as guides to restoration - propsects and pitfalls. 10th International Congress of Ecology: Ecology in a Changing Climate.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2018.  A Tale of Two Thresholds: Mistakes and Serendipity in a Desert Grassland. Ecosystems.
Bestelmeyer BT, Miller J.R., Wiens J.A..  2003.  Applying species diversity theory to land management. Ecological Applications. 13:1750-1761.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2009.  Threshold models in restoration - can we ever predict threshold responses? 19th Conference of Society for Ecological Restoration International.
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 J..  2003.  Future directions in soil-vegetation descriptions: Systematizing dynamics. Proceedings of the National Cooperative Soil Survey Conference. :35-36.
Bestelmeyer BT, Havstad K, Damindsuren B., Han G., Brown J., Herrick JE, Steele C.M., Peters DC.  2009.  Resilience theory in models of rangeland ecology and restoration: the evolution and application of a paradigm. New Models for Ecosystem Dynamics and Restoration. :78-95.
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.