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Van Zee JW, Whitford WG, Smith W.E..  1997.  Mutual exclusion by dolichoderine ants on a rich food source. Southwestern Naturalist. 42:229-231.
Johnson A.R., Turner S.J., Whitford WG, de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW.  2000.  Multivariate characterization of perennial vegetation in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 44:305-325.
Whitford WG, Martinez-Meza E., de Soyza A..  1995.  Morphological variation in creosotebush, Larrea tridentata: effects on ecosystem properties. Proceedings: symposium on shrubland ecosystem dynamics in a changing environment. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-GTR-338:195-198.
Herrick JE, Van Zee JW, Havstad K, Burkett L.M., Whitford WG.  2005.  Monitoring Manual for Grassland, Shrubland and Savanna Ecosystems. II:200.
Herrick JE, Van Zee JW, Havstad K, Burkett L.M., Whitford WG.  2005.  Monitoring Manual for Grassland, Shrubland and Savanna Ecosystems, Volume I: Quick Start. :36.
Nash M.S., Whitford WG, Van Zee JW, Havstad K.  1998.  Monitoring changes in stressed ecosystems using spatial patterns of ant communities. Environmental Monitoring Assessment. 51:201-210.
Liu X., Lindemann W.C., Whitford WG, Steiner R.L..  2000.  Microbial diversity and activity of disturbed soil in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 32:243-249.
Steinberger Y, Whitford WG.  1985.  Microarthropods of a desert tabosa grass (Hilaria mutica) swale. The American Midland Naturalist. 114:225-234.
Silva S., Whitford WG, Jarrell W.M, Virginia R.A.  1989.  The microarthropod fauna associated with a deep rooted legume, Prosopis glandulosa, in the Chihuahuan Desert. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 7:330-335.
Duval B.D., Jackson E., Whitford WG.  2005.  Mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) germination and survival in black-grama (Bouteloua eriopoda) grassland: relations between microsite and heteromyid rodent (Dipodomys spp.) impact. Journal of Arid Environments. 62:541-554.
Kerley G.I., Whitford WG, Kay F.R.  1997.  Mechanisms for the keystone status of kangaroo rats: graminivory rather than granivory? Oecologia. 111:422-428.
Fowler HG, Whitford WG.  1981.  Mating behavior of Polyphylla diffracta (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). The Southwestern Naturalist. 26:215-216.
Whitford WG, Herrick JE.  1996.  Maintaining soil processes for plant productivity and community dynamics. Proceedings of the Vth International Rangeland Congress. II:33-37.
Chew RM, Whitford WG.  1992.  A long-term positive effect of kangaroo rats (Dipodomys spectabilis) on creosotebushes (Larrea tridentata). Journal of Arid Environments. 22:375-386.
Whitford WG, Steinberger Y..  1989.  The long-term effects of habitat modification on a desert rodent community. Patterns in the Structure of Mammalian Communities. No. 28:33-43.
Ettershank G., Ettershank J.A, Whitford WG.  1980.  Location of food source by subterranean termites. Environmental Entomology. 9:645-648.
Nash M.S., Bradford D.F., Franson S.E., Neale A.C., Whitford WG, Heggem D.T..  2004.  Livestock grazing effects on ant communities in the eastern Mojave Desert, USA. Ecological Indicators. 4:199-213.
Nash M.S., Whitford WG, de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW, Havstad K.  1999.  Livestock activity and Chihuahuan Desert annual-plant communities: Boundary analysis of disturbance gradients. Ecological Applications. 9:814-823.
Santos PF, Whitford WG.  1981.  Litter decomposition in the desert. BioScience. 31:145-146.
MacKay WP, Zak JC, Whitford WG.  1992.  Litter decomposition in Chihuahuan Desert playa. The American Midland Naturalist. 128:84-94.
Wallwork JA, Kamill B.W, Whitford WG.  1984.  Life styles of desert litter-dwelling microarthropods: a reappraisal based on the reproductive behavior of Cryptostigmatid mites. Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Wetenskap. 80:163-169.
James A.I., Edridge D.J., Koen T.B., Whitford WG.  2008.  Landscape position moderates how ant nests affect hydrology and soil chemistry across a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. Landscape Ecology. 23:961-975.
Whitford WG.  2001.  Invertebrates: Their effects on the properties and processes of desert ecosystems. Ecology of Desert Environments. :333-356.
West N.E., Whitford WG.  1995.  The intersection of ecosystem and biodiversity concerns in the management of rangelands. Natural Resources and Environmental Issues. IV:72-79.
Lightfoot DC, Whitford WG.  1989.  Interplant variation in creosotebush foliage characteristics and canopy arthropods. Oecologia. 81:166-175.
Zak J, Whitford WG.  1988.  Interactions among soil biota in desert ecosystems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 24:87-100.
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.
Herrick JE, Whitford WG.  2000.  Integrating soil processes into management: From microaggregates to macrocatchments. VIth International Rangeland Congress Proceedings. 1:91-95.
Kay CAnn, Whitford WG.  1975.  Influences of temperature and humidity on oxygen consumption of five Chihuahuan desert ants. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 52A:281-286.
Elkins NZ, Sabol GV, Ward TJ, Whitford WG.  1986.  The influence of subterranean termites on the hydrological characteristics of a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem. Oecologia. 68:521-528.
de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW, Whitford WG, Neale A., Tallent-Hallsel N., Herrick JE, Havstad K.  2000.  Indicators of Great Basin rangeland health. Journal of Arid Environments. 45:289-304.
Herrick JE, Royo M., Baez A., Melgoza A., Huenneke L., Van Zee JW, de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG, Havstad K.  1998.  Incorporation of soil quality indicators into rangeland monitoring programs in Mexico and the US. Annual Meeting, American Society of Agronomy. :212-213.
Whitford WG.  1996.  The importance of the biodiversity of soil biota in arid ecosystems. Biodiversity and Conservation. 5:185-195.
Whitford WG, Ludwig JA, Noble JC.  1992.  The importance of subterranean termites in semi-arid ecosystems in south-eastern Australia. Journal of Arid Environments. 22:87-91.