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Peters DC, Schlesinger W.H., Herrick JE, Huenneke L., Havstad K.  2006.  Future Directions in Jornada Research: Applying an Interactive Landscape Model to Solve Problems. Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem: The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. :369-386.
Peters DC, Laney C.M., Lugo A.E, Collins S.L., Driscoll C.T, Groffman P.M., Grove J.M., Knapp A.K., Kratz T.K, Ohman M.D et al..  2011.  Long-term trends in climate and climate-related drivers.
Peters DC, Laney CM, Lugo AE, Collins SL, Driscoll CT, Groffman PM, J. Grove M, Knapp AK, Kratz TK, Ohman MD.  2013.  Long-term trends in production, abundance, and richness of plants and animals. Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. :191-205.
Peters DC, Bestelmeyer BT.  2005.  Cross Scale Interactions and Spatial Nonlinearities: An Interdisciplinary Framework. Ecological Society of America 90th Annual Meeting. :504.
Peters DC, Lugo A.E, Chapin, III F.S., Tepley A.J, Swanson F.J.  2011.  Disturbance regimes and ecological responses across sites.
Peters DC.  2013.  Long-term research across sites, ecosystems, and disciplines: synthesis and research needs. Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. :226-233.
Peters DC, Pielke R.A., Bestelmeyer BT, Allen C.D., Munson-McGee S., Havstad K.  2004.  Cross-scale interactions, nonlinearities, and forecasting catastrophic events. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 101:15130-15135.
Peters DC, Fraser W.R, Kratz T.K, Ohman M.D, Rassweiler A., Holbrook S.J, Schmitt R.J.  2011.  Cross-site comparisons of state change dynamics.
Peters DC, Laney CM, Lugo AE, Collins SL, Driscoll CT, Groffman PM, J. Grove M, Knapp AK, Kratz TK, Ohman MD et al..  2013.  Long-term trends in ecological systems: An introduction to cross-site comparisons and relevance to global change studies. Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. :1-20.
Peters DC, Havstad K.  2004.  Nonlinear dynamics in arid systems: interactions among drivers and processes across scales. Sixth Symposium on the Natural Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region. :38.
Peters DC, Bestelmeyer BT, Knapp A.K..  2011.  Perspectives on global change theory. The Theory of Ecology. :261-281.
Peters DC, Yao J, Browning D.M., Rango A.  2014.  Mechanisms of grass response in grasslands and shrublands during dry or wet periods. Oecologia. 174:1323-1334.
Peters DC, Urban D.L., Gardner R.H., Breshears D.D., Herrick JE.  2004.  Strategies for ecological extrapolation. Oikos. 106:627-636.
Peters DC, Sprott P., French C..  2004.  Introducing the International Long-Term Ecological Research (ILTER) network. LAND Open Science Conference. :62.
Peters DC, McVey DS, Elias EH, Pelzel-McCluskey A, Derner JD, Burruss DN, Schrader ST, Yao J, Pauszek SJ, Lombard J et al..  2020.  Big data-model integration and AI for vector-borne disease predictor. Ecosphere. 11(6):1-20.
Peters DC.  2011.  Globalization: Ecological consequences of global-scale connectivity in people, resources, and information. The Systemic Dimension of Globalization. :211-232.
Peters DC, Loescher H.W., SanClements M.D., Havstad K.  2014.  Taking the pulse of a continent: Expanding site-based research infrastructure for regional- to continental-scale ecology. Ecosphere. 5(3)
Peters DC, Snyder K.A., Wainwright J., Parsons A.J..  2004.  Vegetation-water budget interactions: Implications for ecosystem dynamics at multiple scales. 89th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :p.397.
Peters DC, Yao J, Anderson JP, Sala O.E.  2011.  Plant-soil feedbacks and the reversal of desertification with climate change. International Rangeland Congress. :292-296.
Peters DC, Havstad K, Cushing J, Tweedie C, Fuentes O, Villanueva-Rosales N.  2014.  Harnessing the power of big data: infusing the scientific method with machine learning to transform ecology. Ecosphere. 5(6)
Peters DC, Yao J, Havstad K.  2004.  Insights to invasive species dynamics from desertification studies. Weed Technology. 18:1221-1225.
Peters DC, Lugo AE, Chapin, III F. S, Pickett STA, Duniway M, Rocha AV, Swanson FJ, Laney C, Jones J.  2011.  Cross-system comparisons elucidate disturbance complexities and generalities. Ecosphere. 2(7):Article81.
Peters DC, Scroggs S, Yao J.  2014.  North American Biomes. Oxford Bibliographies.
Peters DC.  2004.  Spatial nonlinearities and cascading effects across landscapes in the Earth system. LAND Open Science Conference. :50.
Peters DC, Herrick JE, H. Monger C, Huang H..  2010.  Soil-vegetation-climate interactions in arid landscapes: Effects of the North American monsoon on grass recruitment. Journal of Arid Environments. 74:618-623.
Peters DC, Havstad K, Archer SR, Sala O.E.  2015.  Beyond desertification: new paradigms for dryland landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):4-12.
Peters DC.  2004.  Selection of models of invasive species dynamics. Weed Technology. 18:1236-1239.
Peters DC, deBuys W.  2010.  Climate change: Check the data yourself. High Country News.
Peters DC.  2015.  Ecological challenges posed by climate uncertainty. The Economic and Financial Risks of a Changing Climate; Insights from Leading Experts. :8.
Peters DC, Havstad K, Yao J.  2003.  Understanding vegetation dynamics provides insights to sustainable invasive plant management and remediation strategies. 7th International Conference on the Ecology and Management of Alien Plant Invasions (ESA/WSSA Joint Meeting). :68.
Peters DC, Bestelmeyer BT, Knapp A.K., Herrick JE, H. Monger C, Havstad K.  2009.  Approaches to predicting broad-scale regime shifts using changing pattern-process relationships across scales. Real World Ecology: Large-scale and long-term case studies and methods. :47-72.
Peters DC, Yao J.  2012.  Long-term experimental loss of foundation species: consequences for dynamics at ecotones across heterogeneous landscapes. Ecosphere. 3(3):1-23.
Peters DC, Urban D.L., Herrick JE.  2002.  Introduction and overview: approaches to addressing landscape-scale problems in ecology. 87th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :41.
Peters DC, Gosz J., Collins S..  2009.  Boundary dynamics in landscapes. The Princeton Guide to Ecology. :458-463.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner J, Hendrickson J, Sanderson M, Blair J.M., Collins SL.  2015.  Forecasting regional grassland and shrubland responses to directional changes in climate using multi-year dry or wet period. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
Peters DC.  2002.  Landscape-scale consequences of patch-scale invasion success or failure. US-International Association for Landscape Ecology. :109.
Peters DC, Yao J, Sala O.E.  2009.  Production and biodiversity responses to extreme climatic events across a heterogeneous landscape. US International Association for Landscape Ecology.
Peters DC, Bestelmeyer BT, Bestelmeyer BT, Havstad K, H. Monger C, Okin GS, Sala O.E, Vivoni ER, Archer SR, Duniway M.  2015.  The Jornada Basin long term ecological research program. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
Peters DC.  2002.  Recruitment potential of two perennial grasses with different growth forms at a semiarid-arid transition zone. American Journal of Botany. 89:1616-1623.
Peters DC.  2009.  Indicators of regime shifts in long-term ecological data. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :OOS9-3.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner J, Hendrickson J, Sanderson M, Blair J, Collins SL.  2015.  Can we use the past as a lens to the future? Using historic events to predict regional grassland and shrubland responses to multi-year drought or wet periods under climate change 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Peters DC.  2002.  Plant species dominance at a grassland-shrubland ecotone: An individual-based gap dynamics model of herbaceous and woody species. Ecological Modelling. 152:5-32.
Peters DC, Yao J.  2009.  Shifts in species dominance at a biome transition zone: Importance of asymmetric competition to long-term trends. 2009 LTER All Scientist Meeting.
Peters DC.  2011.  Responses to climate change in hot desert ecosystems: connecting local to global scales. 96th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting.
Peters DC, Durban D.L..  2002.  Introduction: Approaches to scaling information from plots or regions to landscapes. US-International Association for Landscape Ecology. :81.
Peters DC, Bestelmeyer BT, Knapp A.K..  2008.  Perspectives on global change theory. Ecological Society of America Abstracts. SYMP 2-7
Peters DC, Yao J, Browning D.M., Duniway M.C., Huang H, Rango A.  2012.  Deciphering landscape complexity to predict (non)linear responses to extreme climatic events. American Geophysical Union. H54D-04
Peters DC, Herrick JE.  2001.  Modelling vegetation change and land degradation in semiarid and arid ecosystems: an integrated hierarchical approach. Advances in Environmental Monitoring and Modeling. 1:1-29.
Peters DC, Groffman P.M., Nadelhoffer K.J., Grimm N.B., Collins S.L., Michener W.K., Huston M.A..  2008.  Living in an increasingly connected world: a framework for continental-scale environmental science. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 6:229-237.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner JD, Hendrickson JR, Sanderson MA, Blair JM, Collins SL.  2015.  Forecasting regional grassland and shrubland responses to directional changes in climate using multi-year dry or wet periods. LTER 2015 All Scientists Meeting .

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