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Anderson D.M., Estell RE, Gonzalez AL, Cibils A.  2015.  Criollo cattle: Heritage genetics for arid landscapes. Rangelands. 37(2):62-67.
Fredrickson E.L., Gonzalez AL.  2002.  Complexity, desertification and livestock production: Dancing with the winds of change. Proceedings of the Universidad Autonoma de Chihuahua Symposium. :1-4.
Roacho-Estrada J.O., Fredrickson E.L., Bezanilla G., Peinetti H.R., Gonzalez AL, Rios J..  2008.  A comparison of grazing behavior between desert adapted Mexican Criollo cattle and temperate British breeds using two diverse landscapes in New Mexico and Chihuahua. Society for Range Management Annual Meeting. :2379.
Spiegal S, Nyamuryekung'e S., Estell RE, Cibils A, McIntosh M.M, Gonzalez AL, James D.K..  2017.  Comparison of diet selection by Raramuri criollo and Angus crossbreds in the Chihuahuan Desert. American Society of Animal Science.
McIntosh M.M, Cibils A, Estell RE, Gonzalez AL, Spiegal S, Blair A., Nyamurekung'e S., Soto-Navarro S.A., Tolle C..  2019.  Carcass characteristics of Criollo and Criollo crossbred steers raised on Chihuahuan Desert rangeland. 2019 ASAS-CSAS Annual Meeting and Trade Show.
R. Corona S, Fredrickson E.L., Ceballos G.G., Gonzalez AL, Laliberte, Andrea S., Davidson A.D., Sanchez R.L., Bezanilla G., Gevara E.P..  2007.  Can prairie dog-cattle interactions be used to remediate desertified Chihuahuan Desert grasslands? Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :PS39-205.
Spiegal S, Estell RE, Cibils A, Gonzalez AL, McIntosh WC, Nyamuryekung'e S., Bestelmeyer BT.  2018.  Can heritage cattle protect ecosystems and economies in the changing rangelands of the western United States? Ecological Society of America.
Spiegal S, Estell RE, Cibils A, Browning D.M., H. Peinetti R, James D.K., Romig K, Gonzalez AL.  2016.  Can foraging behavior of Criollo cattle help increase agricultural production and reduce environmental impacts in the arid Southwest? Ecological Society of America.