Jornada Bibliography

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Li H, Reynolds JF.  1994.  A simulation experiment to quantify spatial heterogeneity in categorical maps. Ecology. 75:2446-2455.
Cunningham GL, Reynolds JF.  1978.  A simulation model of primary production and carbon allocation in the creosotebush (Larrea tridentata [DC.] Cov.). Ecology. 59:37-52.
Moorhead DL, Freckman DW, Reynolds JF, Whitford WG.  1987.  A simulation model of soil nematode population dynamics: effects of moisture and temperature. Pedobiologia. 30:361-372.
Ludwig JA, Kemp PR, Gardetto PE.  1980.  A simulation model of the productivity of spanish bayonet, Yucca baccata Torr.. <i>Yucca</i>. :51-68.
Bachelet D., Wondzell S.M, Reynolds J.F..  1988.  A simulation model using environmental cues to predict phenomenologies of winter and summer annuals in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Advances in Environmental Modelling. :235-260.
Mitchell K.A., H. Monger C, Herrick JE, Peters DC.  2003.  Simulation modelling of soil inorganic carbon in arid environments. 88th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :238.
Peters DC, Lauenroth W.K..  2008.  Simulation of disturbances and recovery in shortgrass steppe plant communities. Ecology of the Shortgrass Steepe: A long-term perspective. :119-131.
Chopping M., Rango A., Goslee S.C., Schmugge T.J., Ritchie J..  2002.  Simulation of grassland-shrubland transition zone landscape images at 650nm using a simple BRDF model. Proceedings of the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. 6:3561-3563.
Hochstrasser T., Peters DC, Fehmi J.S..  2005.  Simulation of Vegetation Recovery from Military Disturbances on Fort Bliss. :79.
Anderson D.M., Smith J.N..  1980.  A single bayonet gate for trapping range cattle. Journal of Range Management. 33:316-317.
Hawkins RH, Ward TJ.  1998.  Site and cover effects on event runoff, Jornada Experimental Range, New Mexico. AWRA Specialty Conference on Rangeland Management and Water Resources.
Grigal D.F, Bell J.C, Ahrens R.J, Boone R.D, Kelly E.F, H. Monger C, Sollins P..  1999.  Site and landscape characterization for ecological studies. Standard soil methods for long-term ecological research. :29-52.
Brown J., MacLeod N.  2011.  A site-based approach to delivering rangeland ecosystem services. The Rangeland Journal. 33(2):99-108.
Ares F.N..  1952.  Size and composition of the herd. American Cattle Producer. 34:14,16,18.
Miller R.E, Huenneke L..  1996.  Size decline in Larrea tridentata (creosotebush). The Southwestern Naturalist. 41:248-250.
Ludwig JA, Reynolds JF, Whitson PD.  1975.  Size-biomass relations of several Chihuahuan Desert shrubs. The American Midland Naturalist. 94:451-461.
SVEJCAR LAUREN, Bestelmeyer BT, James DK, Peters DC.  2019.  Small mammal herbivory and grassland recovery potential in the Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 166:11-16.
Roth G.A., Whitford WG, Steinberger Y..  2009.  Small mammal herbivory: Feedbacks that help maintain desertified ecosystems. Journal of Arid Environments. 73:62-65.
Harris L.D.  1971.  Small mammal studies and results in the grassland biome. Preliminary Analysis of Structure and Function in Grasslands: Proceedings of Symposium Entitled "The Grassland Biome: Analysis and synthesis of First Year Data". :213-240.
Packard R.L.  1972.  Small mammal studies on the Jornada and Pantex sites. US/IBP Grassland Biome. :48.
Lister D.  2007.  Small-scale erosion-driven nutrient dynamics in different vegetation communities in Jornada, New Mexico: implications for land degradation.
Elias E, Aney S, Duff G, Gifford C, Spiegal S, Cibils A, Steiner J, Estell R.  2020.  Snapshot of rancher perspectives on creative cattle management options. Rangelands.
Rango A., DeWalle D..  2008.  Snow Climatology and Snow Distribution. Principles of Snow Hydrology. :20-47.
Gomez-Landesa E., A. R.  1998.  Snow Cover Remote Sensing and Snowmelt Runoff Forecasts in the Spanish Pyrenees Using the SRM Model . Applications of Remote Sensing in Hydrology. :97-104.
Rango A., Wergin W.P., Erbe E.F..  1996.  Snow crystal imaging using scanning electron microscopy: I. Precipitated snow. Hydrological Sciences. 41(2):219-233.
Rango A., Wergin W.P, Erbe E.F.  1996.  Snow crystal imaging using scanning electron microscopy: II. Metamorphosed snow. Hydrological Sciences. 41(2):235-250.
Rango A., Wergin W.P, Erbe E.F, Josberger E.G.  2000.  Snow crystal imaging using scanning electron microscopy: III. Glacier ice, snow and biota. Hydrological Sciences. 45(3):357-375.
Gomez-Landesa E., Rango A..  2000.  Snow mapping technique at subpixel level for small basins. Proceedings of the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. :1140-1142.
Rango A..  2006.  Snow: The Real Water Supply for the Rio Grande Basin. New Mexico Journal of Science. 44:99-118.
DeWalle D., Rango A..  2008.  Snowfall, snowpack and meltwater chemistry. Principles of Snow Hydrology. :211-234.
DeWalle D., Rango A..  2008.  Snowmelt Runoff. Principles of Snow Hydrology. :235-265.
Rango A., DeWalle D..  2008.  Snowmelt Runoff Model (SRM). Principles of Snow Hydrology. :306-364.
Gomez-Landesa E., Rango A., Havstad K, Bleiweiss M., Leach K., Riley M..  2001.  Snowmelt runoff model (SRM) applications in the Rio Grande Basin. American Water Resources Association Annual Conference. :49.
Martinec J., Rango A., Roberts R.T..  2008.  Snowmelt Runoff Model (SRM) User's Manual. Book. :175pp.
DeWalle D., Rango A..  2008.  Snowpack Condition. Principles of Snow Hydrology. :48-75.
DeWalle D., Rango A..  2008.  Snowpack Energy Exchange: Basic Theory. Principle of Snow Hydrology. :146-181.
DeWalle D., Rango A..  2008.  Snowpack energy exchange: Topographic and forest effects. Principles of Snow Hydrology. :182-210.
Rango A., DeWalle D..  2008.  Snowpack Management and Modification. Principles of Snow Hydrology. :365-391.
Campbell R.S..  1929.  Soapweed. New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts and Agricultural Experiment Station, Press Bulletin 577. :1.
Marshall N, Stokes C, Webb N, Marshall P, Lankester A.  2014.  Social vulnerability to climate change in primary producers: a typology approach . Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 186:86-93.
Bestelmeyer BT, Skaggs R.K..  2008.  Social-biophysical feedbacks and land change in an arid rangeland region. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meetings. :PS51-157.
Brymer ABentley, Toledo D, Spiegal SA, Pierson F.B., Clark P, 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)
Virginia R.A, Freckman D.W.  1997.  Soil and sediments: Linkages to new research. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 78:284-285.
Bestelmeyer BT, Gile L.H, Nolen B., H. Monger C, Havstad K.  2002.  Soil and spatial dependence of landscape dynamics in Chihuahuan Desert grasslands. 17th Annual Symposium, US-International Association for Landscape Ecology. :64.
Phillips MDawn.  1986.  Soil and vegetation factors influencing den site selection of a Chihuahuan Desert rodent assembly. :37.
Herrick JE, Whitford WG, de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW.  1996.  Soil and vegetation indicators for assessment of rangeland ecological condition. North American Workshop on Monitoring for Ecological Assessment of Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems. :157-166.
Sylvain ZA, Wall D, Cherwin K, Reichmann L, Peters DC, Sala O.E.  2014.  Soil animal responses to moisture availability are largely scale, not ecosystem dependent: Insight from a cross-site study. Global Change Biology. 20:2631-2643.
Maker H.J, Nehrer R.H, Derr P.H, Anderson J.U.  1971.  Soil associations and land classification for irrigation in Dona Ana County.
Virginia R.A, Jarrell W.M, Whitford WG, Freckman D.W.  1992.  Soil biota and soil properties associated with surface rooting zone of mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) in historical and recently desertified Chihuahuan Desert habitats. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 14:90-98.
Schuman G.E., Janzen H.H., Herrick JE.  2002.  Soil carbon dynamics and potential carbon sequestration by rangelands. Environmental Pollution. 116:391-396.

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