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Williamson JC, Pierson FB, Spaeth K., Brown J., Al-Hamdan OZ, Weltz M.A., Nearing MA, Herrick JE, Boll J, Robichaud PR et al..  2016.  Application of ecological site information to transformative changes on Great Basin sagebrush rangelands. Rangelands. 38(6):379-388
Raynor E.J., Gersie S.P, Stephenson M.B., Clark PE, Spiegal S., Boughton R, C. Bailey D, Cibils AF, Smith B.W., Derner J.D. et al..  2021.  Cattle grazing distribution patterns related to topography across diverse rangeland ecosystems of North America. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 75:91-103.
Spiegal S., Bestelmeyer BT, Archer DW, Augustine D.J., Boughton EH, Boughton R, Clark PE, Derner J.D., Duncan E, Cavigelli M et al..  2018.  Evaluating strategies for sustainable intensification of U.S. agriculture through the Long-Term Agroecosystem Research network. Environmental Research Letters. 13(3):034031
Cunliffe AM, Anderson K, Boschetti F, Brazier RE, Graham HA, Myers-Smith IH, Astor T, Boer MM, Calvo LG, Clark PE et al..  2021.  Global application of an unoccupied aerial vehicle photogrammetry protocol for predicting aboveground biomass in non-forest ecosystems. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation.
Spiegal S., Webb N, Boughton EH, Boughton R, Brymer ABentley, Clark PE, Collins C D.Holifield, Hoover DL, Kaplan N.E, McCord S et al..  2022.  Measuring the social and ecological performance of agricultural innovations on rangelands: Progress and plans for an indicator framework in the LTAR network. Rangelands. :1-11.
Browning DM, Russell ES, Ponce-Campos GE, Kaplan N.E, Richardson AD, Seyednasrollah B, Spiegal S., Saliendra NZ, Alfieri JG, Baker J.M. et al..  2021.  Monitoring agroecosystem productivity and phenology at a national scale: A metric assessment framework. Ecological Indicators. 131
Brymer ABentley, Toledo D., Spiegal S., Pierson F.B., Clark PE, Wulfhorst J.D.  2020.  Social-Ecological Processes and Impacts Affect Individual and Social Well-Being in a Rural Western U.S. Landscape. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. 4(Article 38)