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Steele C, Bestelmeyer BT, Burkett L.M., Smith P, Yanoff S.  2012.  Spatially explicit representation of state-and-transition models. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:213-222.
Steele C, Smith A., Campanella A., Rango A..  2008.  The contribution of vegetation cover and bare soil to pixel reflectance in an arid ecosystem. AGU 2008 Fall Meeting.
Steele C, Bestelmeyer BT, Rango A., Smith P.L., Laliberte, Andrea S..  2007.  Remote sensing of threshold conditions in an arid ecosystem. Amereican Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. :B42B-1160.
Steele C, Laliberte, Andrea S., Bestelmeyer BT, Herrick JE, Rango A..  2005.  Current and future options for the use of remote sensing for rangeland management and monitoring. Proceedings of the Memoria del II Simposio Internacional de Pastizales. :84.
Steele C, Elias E, Rango A., Havstad K.  2015.  Climate change, diversified agriculture and adaptive capacity in Hawaii. 13th Annual Climate Predictions Workshop, NOAA National Weather Service.
Steele C, Smith A, Browning D.M..  2014.  The NDVI: Back to basics. American Geophysical Union.
Steele C, Rango A., Bleiweiss M.  2009.  An analysis of MODIS fractional snow cover estimates for snowmelt runoff modeling.. American Geophysical Union.
Steele C, Rango A..  2010.  Performance of the snowmelt runoff model when remotely-sensed estimates of snow covered area are not available. American Geophysical Union.
Steele C, Rango A., Hall D.K, Bleiweiss M.  2010.  Sensitivity of the snowmelt runoff model to underestimates of remotely sensed snow covered area. International Symposium on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (IEEE). :WEP2.PL.10.
Steele C, Elias E, Moffitt A, Beltran I, Rango A..  2015.  Dust-on-snow and the timing of peak streamflow in the upper Rio Grande. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Steele C, Elias E, Bestelmeyer S, Haan-Amato S, Deswood H, Rango A., Havstad K.  2015.  Climate change and the water cycle: A new southwest regional climate hub curriculum unit for 6th-12th grade students. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Steele C, Rango A..  2011.  Modeling streamflow from snowmelt in the upper Rio Grande. American Water Resources Association Conference Proceedings. Session 16, p 17.
Steele C, Rango A., Elias E, Reyes J.T..  2016.  Assessing Crop Vulnerability to Climate Change: A Southwest Perspective. Agronomy Society of America, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America Meeting.
Steele C, Dialesandro J, James D.K., Elias E, Rango A., Bleiweiss M.  2017.  Evaluating MODIS snow products for modelling snowmelt runoff: case study of the Rio Grande headwaters. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 63:234-243.
Steele C, Reyes J.T., Elias E, Aney S, Rango A..  2018.  Cascading impacts of climate change on southwestern US cropland agriculture. Climatic Change. 148(3):437-450.
Steele C, Reyes J.T., Elias E.  2019.  Vulnerability of acequia communities to climate change. Universities Council on Water Resources.
Steele C, Elias E, Reyes J.T..  2019.  Recent streamflow declines and snow drought in the Upper Rio Grande tributary basins. Universities Council on Water Resources.
Steele C, Gutierrez P, Aney S, Elias E, Reyes J.T., Deswood H.  2019.  What makes southwestern communities resilient to climate change? American Geophysical Union.