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Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J..  2005.  State and Transition Models 101: A Fresh Look at Vegetation Change. Quivira Coalition Newsletter. 7:6-11.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Densambuu B., Havstad K, Herrick JE, Peinetti H.R..  2013.  State-and-transition models as guides for adaptive management: What are the needs? Los Pastizales y el Hombre. :27-33.
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.  2005.  Does desertification diminish biodiversity? Enhancement of ant diversity by shrub invasion in southwestern USA Diversity and Distributions. 11:45-55.
Bestelmeyer BT, Duniway M.C., James D.K., Burkett L.M., Havstad K.  2013.  A test of critical thresholds and their indicators in a desertification-prone ecosystem: more resilience than we thought. Ecology Letters. 16:339-345.
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, Herrick JE, Havstad K, Fredrickson E.L., Brown J..  2004.  Applications of multi- and cross-scale analyses to management of dynamic systems. Sixth Symposium on the Natural Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region. :19.
Bestelmeyer BT, Briske D.D..  2012.  Grand challenges for resilience-based management of rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:654-663.
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, Ward J.P., Herrick JE, Tugel A.J..  2004.  Soil-geomorphic basis of divergent landscape trajectories in the Chihuahuan Desert. 89th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :p.45.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2012.  Is the historical range of variation relevant to rangeland management? Historical Environmental Variation in Conservation and Natural Resources Management: Past, Present, and Future. :289-296.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2015.  Land Ecology Essay II: Thresholds, novel ecosystems, and the sanctity of history. Rangelands. 37:244-246.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Havstad K, Trujillo D.A..  2004.  Region-wide empirical testing of state-and-transition models. 57th Annual Meeting of Society for Range Management. :AbstractNo.31.
Bestelmeyer BT, Estell R.E., Havstad K.  2012.  Big questions emerging from a century of rangeland science and management. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:543-544.
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, Peters DC, Havstad K.  2004.  Scales of pattern and process in the management of the Chihuahuan Desert biodiversity. 11th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society.
Bestelmeyer BT, Goolsby D.P., Archer SR.  2011.  Spatial perspectives in state-and-transition models: A missing link to land management? Journal of Applied Ecology. 48(3):746-757.
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, Herrick JE, Havstad K, Brown J..  2004.  A general classification of vegetation dynamics for Chihuahuan Desert management models. Sixth Symposium on the Natural Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert.
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., Havstad K, Tartowski, Sandy L..  2004.  Managing land using ecological processes. 3rd Annual Conference, Quivira Coalition. :18-19.
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, 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, 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, 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, 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, Whitford WG.  2003.  Ants and termites: The little things that run your ranch. 56th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management.

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