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Pillsbury FC, Peters DC, Browning D.M., Duniway MC.  2012.  Cross-scale interactions drive ecosystem responses to precipitation in the Chihuahuan Desert. 97th Ecological Society of America Meeting. COS 186-2
JI WENJIE, Hanan N, Browning D.M., H. Monger C, Peters DC, Bestelmeyer BT, Archer SR, C. Ross W, Lind BM, Anchang J et al..  2019.  Constraints on shrub cover and shrub-shrub competition in a U.S. southwest desert. Ecosphere. 10(2):1-16.
Taylor SD, Browning D.M., Baca R, Gao F.  2021.  Constraints and opportunities for detecting land surface phenology in drylands. Journal of Remote Sensing. 2:1-15.
Laliberte, Andrea S., Browning D.M., Rango A..  2012.  A comparison of three feature selection methods for object-based classification of sub-decimeter resolution UltraCam-L imagery. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 15:70-78.
Browning D.M., Mattocks M..  2012.  Comparing phenology of Chihuahuan desert perennial grasses and shrubs between normal and below-average precipitation years. 97th Ecological Society of America Meeting. PS 92-59
Browning D.M., Taylor SD.  2020.  Climate and phenology network synergies for sustainable agriculture. Ecological Society of America.
Taylor SD, Browning D.M..  2022.  Classification of daily crop phenology in PhenoCams using deep learning and hidden markov models. Remote Sensing. 14
Rango A., Laliberte, Andrea S., Winters C, Steele C, 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.
Spiegal S, Estell RE, Cibils AF, Browning D.M., H. Peinetti R, James D.K., Romig KB, Gonzalez A.L.  2016.  Can foraging behavior of Criollo cattle help increase agricultural production and reduce environmental impacts in the arid Southwest? Ecological Society of America.

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