Jornada Bibliography

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Sanderson JS, Beutler C, Brown JR, Burke I, Chapman T, Conant RT, Derner JD, Easter M, Fuhlendorf SD, Grissom G et al..  2019.  Cattle, conservation, and carbon in the western Great Plains. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 75(1)
Rosiere RE.  1973.  Cattle diets on semidesert grassland. :139.
Rosiere R.E, Beck R.F., Wallace J.D..  1975.  Cattle diets on semidesert grassland: botanical composition. Journal of Range Management. 28:89-93.
Rosiere R.E, Beck R.F., Wallace J.D..  1975.  Cattle diets on semidesert grassland: nutritive content. Journal of Range Management. 28:94-96.
Anderson D.M., Weeks D.L..  1989.  Cattle liveweight sampled on a continuous vs. intermittent basis. Livestock Production Science. 23:117-135.
Ares F.N..  1941.  Cattle losses reduced by grubbing poisonous drymaria, proven by tests on Jornada Experiment Range. New Mexico Stockman. 6:11-12.
Friend J.P., Henderson M.M., Jagger J., Klein R.M., Parrish J.A., Seliger H.H., Setlow R.B., Sisson W.B..  1982.  Causes and Effects of Stratosphereic Ozone Depletion: An Update. :352pp.
Gile LH.  1975.  Causes of soil boundaries in an arid region: II. Dissection, moisture and faunal activity. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 39:324-330.
Wooton E.O..  1918.  Certain desert plants as emergency stock feed. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bulletin No. 728. :31.
Havstad K, McClaran M.P..  2005.  Challenges and advances toward sustained utilization of arid USA systems. The Summaries for International Symposium: Sustainable Utilization of Indigenous Plant and Animal Genetic Resources in the Mediterranean Region. :6.
Karl JW, McCord S, Miller S.  2018.  Challenges and opportunities with standardized monitoring for management decison-making. Society for Range Management Meeting. January 28-February 2, 2018
Kluck J., Alexander J., Metz L., Brown J., Meccage R..  2007.  Challenges in writing ecological site descriptions. Society for Range Management 60th Annual Meeting and Trade Show. :PaperNo.236.
Rango A, Laliberte, Andrea S., Winters CD, Steele C.M., Browning D.M..  2010.  Change detection using 75-year aerial photo and satellite data sets, inexpensive means to obtain 6 cm resolution data, and developing opportunities for community-oriented remote sensing through photography. 2010 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Delgado-Baquerizo M, Bardgett RD, Vitousek PM, Maestre FT, Williams MA, Eldridge DJ, Lambers H, Neuhauser S, Gallardo A, García-Velázquez L et al..  2019.  Changes in below ground biodiversity during ecosystem development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116:6891–6896.
Sala O.E, Meyerson L.A, Parmesan C..  2008.  Changes in biodiversity and their consequences for human health. Biodiversity change and human health: from ecosystem services to spread of disease.
Chalcraft DR.  2013.  Changes in ecological stability across realistic biodiversity gradients depend on spatial scale. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 22:19-28.
Gibbens, Robert P., Beck R.F..  1988.  Changes in grass basal area and forb densities over a 64-year period on grassland types of the Jornada Experimental Range. Journal of Range Management. 41:186-192.
Lane D.R., Peters DC, Lauenroth W.K..  2000.  Changes in grassland canopy structure across a precipitation gradient. Journal of Vegetation Science. 11:359-368.
Lane D.R., Coffin D.P., Lauenroth W.K..  1998.  Changes in grassland canopy structure across a productivity gradient. 83rd Annual Meeting, Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 79:186.
Mun H.T, Whitford WG.  1998.  Changes in mass and chemistry of plant roots during long-term decomposition on a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 26:16-22.
Slaughter A.L., Maxwell C.J., LaPlante V, Steele C.M..  2009.  Changes in methodology for monitoring long-term vegetation quadrats on the Jornada Experimental Range. 62nd Society for Range Management Annual Meeting. :2060-16.
Whitford WG, Meltzer KH.  1976.  Changes in O2 consumption, body water and lipid in burrowed desert juvenile anurans. Herpetologica. 32:23-25.
Peters DC, H. Monger C, Herrick JE.  2006.  Changes in Perennial Grass Recruitment From 1858 to Present Following Woody Plant Invasion. 91st Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :99.
Hyder P.W., Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E., Havstad K, Donart G.B..  2002.  Changes in phenolic compounds and organic matter in leaf litter from creosotebush [Larrea tridentata (Sess. & Moc. ex Dc.) Cov.] and tarbush (Flourensia cernua dc.). 55th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :13.
Lassetter W.L..  1996.  Changes in soil labile-C indicated by the ratio of microbial biomass-C to total Organic-C in a semi-arid grassland undergoing desertification. :108.
Diekmann LO, Lawrence D, Okin GS.  2007.  Changes in the spatial variation of soil properties following shifting cultivation in a Mexican tropical dry forest. Biogeochemistry. 84(1):99-113.
Haque Z.  1986.  Changes in vegetation following herbicidal control of honey mesquite (Prosopis juliflora) (Swartz) DC. var. glandulosa (Torrey) Cockerell) in southern New Mexico. :123.
Moorhead DL, Reynolds JF.  1993.  Changing carbon chemistry of buried creosote bush litter during decomposition in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. The American Midland Naturalist. 130:83-89.
Ayarza M., Huber-Sannwald E., Herrick JE, Reynolds J.F., Garcia-Barrios L., Welchez L.A., Lentes P., Pavon J., Morales J..  2010.  Changing human-ecological relationships and drivers using the Quesungual Agroforestry System in western Honduras. Renewable Agriculture and Food System. :1-9.
Grimm N.B., Foster D., Groffman P., Grove J.M., Hopkinson C.E., Nadelhoffer K., Pataki D.E., Peters DC.  2008.  The changing landscape: ecosystem responses to urbanization and pollution across climatic and societal gradients. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 6(5):264-272.
Estell R.E., Havstad K, Cibils AF, Anderson D.M., Schrader T. S.  2014.  The changing role of shrubs in rangeland-based livestock production systems: Can shrubs increase our forage supply? Rangelands. 36(2):25-31.
Anderson D.M., Winters CD, Estell R.E., Fredrickson E, Doniec M, Detweiler C., Rus D, James D, Nolen B.  2012.  Characterising the spatial and temporal activities of free-ranging cows from GPS data. The Rangeland Journal. 34:149-161.
Baquera N.  2010.  Characterization of historical water retention structures and assessment of treatment effects in the Chihuahuan Desert. :69.
Anderson CA, Vivoni ER, Pierini N, Templeton R, Rango A, Laliberte, Andrea S., Saripalli S.  2012.  Characterization of shrubland-atmosphere interactions through use of the eddy covariance method and distributed footprint sampling. Wildland Shrub Symposium Proceedings. p. 36
Knapp AK, Hoover DL, Wilcox KR, Avolio ML, Koerner SE, La Pierre KJ, Loik ME, Luo Y, Sala O.E, Smith MD.  2015.  Characterizing differences in precipitation regimes of extreme wet and dry years: implications for climate change experiments. Global Change Biology. 21:2624-2633.
Anderson D.M., Murray LM, Sun P., Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E., Nakamatsu V.B..  2010.  Characterizing foraging patterns among cattle and bonded and non- bonded small ruminants using spatial point process techniques. 22nd Annual Conference Proceedings on Applied Statistics in Agriculture. :12-35.
Tugel A.J., Brown J., Andrews S.S., Bestelmeyer BT, Herrick JE, Hipple K.W..  2006.  Characterizing soil change within the human time scale for resource assessment and prediction. 18th World Congress of Soil Science. :PaperNo.16-4.
Nelson A.B., Herbel C.H., Jackson H.M..  1970.  Chemical composition of forage species grazed by cattle on an arid New Mexico range. New Mexico Agricultural Experimental Station Bulletin No. 561. :33.
Estell R.E., Fredrickson E.L., Havstad K.  1996.  Chemical composition of Flourensia cernua at four growth stages. Grass and Forage Science. 51:434-441.
Nelson A.B., Herbel C.H., Jackson H.M..  1969.  Chemical composition of the diet of cows grazing on arid range. Proceedings of the Western Section, American Society of Animal Science. 20:355-360.
Kiesling H.E., Nelson A.B., Herbel C.H..  1969.  Chemical composition of tobosa grass collected by hand-plucking and esophageal-fistulated steers. Journal of Range Management. 22:155-159.
Gould W.L., Herbel C.H..  1969.  Chemical control of mesquite as influenced by rate of 2, 4, 5-T, carrier type, and volume and type of aircraft. Annual Meeting, Weed Science Society of America. :No.63.
Schmidt, Jr. RH.  1986.  Chihuahuan Climate. Second Symposium on the Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region: United States and Mexico. :40-63.
Gutierrez JR, Whitford WG.  1987.  Chihuahuan Desert annuals: importance of water and nitrogen. Ecology. 68:2032-2045.
Beck R.F., Gibbens, Robert P..  1999.  The Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem. Ensuring Sustainable Development of Arid Lands Through Time. 39:45-85.
Whitford WG, Bestelmeyer BT.  2006.  Chihuahuan Desert Fauna: Effects on Ecosystem Properties and Processes. Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem: The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. :247-265.
Watts J.G.  1965.  Chirothrips falsus on Black Grama Grass.
Forsling C.L..  1919.  Chopped soapweed as emergency feed for cattle on Southwestern ranges. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bulletin 745. :20.
Green GRay.  1965.  Chromic oxide in paper as an indicator in digestion trials with steers. :49.
Turner S.J., Johnson A.R., de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW, Eve M., Whitford WG.  1997.  Classification, ecological risk, and decision: assessing desertification in south-central New Mexico. International Symposium and Workshop Combating Desertification: Connecting Science with Community Action. :Abstract44.

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