Jornada Bibliography

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Loring SJ, MacKay WP, Whitford WG.  1988.  Ecology of small desert playas. Small Water Impoundments in Semi-arid Regions. :89-113.
Huenneke L., Noble I.R.  1995.  Ecosystem function of biodiversity in Arid and semi-arid lands. Global biodiversity assessment. :349-354.
Huenneke L., Noble I..  1996.  Ecosystem function of biodiversity in arid ecosystems. Functional roles of biodiversity: A global perspective. :99-128.
Huenneke L..  1995.  Effects of biodiversity on water distribution and quality. Global biodiversity assessment. :412-417.
Norris J.J.  1950.  Effects of rodents, rabbits, and cattle on two vegetation types in semi-desert range land.
Medina ALeroy.  1988.  An English-Spanish glossary of terminology used in forestry, range, wildlife, fishery, soils and botany.
Hutchinson CF, Warren PL.  1983.  Environmental sampling for monitoring rangeland condition.
Buck B.J, Kipp J., H. Monger C.  1998.  Eolian stratigraphy of intrabasinal fault depressions in the northern Hueco and southern TularosaBasins: Evidence for neotectonic activity. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 49th Field Conference, Las Cruces Country II. :79-86.
Knapp A.K., Briggs J.M, Childers D.L, Sala O.E.  2007.  Estimating aboveground net primary production in grassland and herbaceous dominated ecosystems. Principles and standards for measuring primary production.
Whitford WG.  1975.  The impact of consumers in a desert ecosystem. US/IBP Desert Biome.
Jardine J.T, Hurtt L.C.  1917.  Increase cattle production on southwestern ranges.
Valentine K.A.  1970.  Influence of grazing intensity on improvement of deteriorated black grama range.
Watkins W.E, Repp W.W.  1964.  Influence of location and season on the composition of New Mexico range grasses.
Schlesinger W.H..  2002.  Inorganic carbon and the global carbon cycle. Encyclopedia of Soil Science. :706-708.
H. Monger C, Martinez-Rios J..  2001.  Inorganic carbon sequestration in grazing lands. The potential of U.S. grazing lands to sequester carbon and mitigate the greenhouse effect. :87-118.
Whitford WG.  1972.  Intensity of foraging activity as a function of temperature, humidity, light, food availability, and soil moisture in a desert ecosystem. US/IBP Desert Biome.
Laurenroth W.K, Coffin D.P., Burke I.C., Virginia R.A.  1997.  Interactions between demographic and ecosystem processes: A challenge for functional types. Plant Function Types. :234-254.
Gutschick V.P, Pushnik J.C.  2004.  Internal regulation of nutrient uptake by relative growth rate and nutrient-use efficiency. Ecological studies: nutrient acquisition by plants: an ecological perspective.
Ellstrom M.A.  1974.  Invertebrate studies at the Jornada site, 1972. US/IBP Grassland and Biome.