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Freckman D.W, Whitford WG, Steinberger Y.  1987.  Effect of irrigation on nematode population dynamics and activity in desert soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 3:3-10.
Ginzburg O., Whitford WG, Steinberger Y.  2008.  Effects of harvester ant (Messor spp.) activity on soil properties and microbial communities in a Negev Desert ecosystem. Biology and Fertility of Soils. :165-173.
Whitford WG, Aldon EF, Freckman D.W, Steinberger Y, Parker LW.  1989.  Effects of organic amendments on soil biota on a degraded rangeland. Journal of Range Management. 42:56-60.
Whitford WG, Stinnet K., Steinberger Y.  1988.  Effects of rainfall supplementation on microarthropods on decomposing roots in the Chihuahuan Desert. Pedobiologia. 31:147-155.
Whitford WG, Steinberger Y.  2012.  Effects of seasonal grazing, drought, fire, and carbon enrichment on soil icroarthropods in a desert grassland. Journal of Arid Environments. 83:10-14.
Parker L.W, Freckman D.W, Steinberger Y, Driggers L., Whitford WG.  1984.  Effects of simulated rainfall and litter quantities on desert soil biota: soil respiration, microflora and protozoa. Pedobiologia. 27:185-195.
Steinberger Y, Freckman D.W, Parker L.W, Whitford WG.  1984.  Effects of simulated rainfall and litter quantities on desert soil biota: nematodes and microarthropods. Pedobiologia. 26:267-274.
Whitford WG, Steinberger Y.  2011.  Effects of simulated storm sizes and nitrogen on three Chihuahuan Desert perennial herbs and a grass. Journal of Arid Environments. 75:861-864.
Rodriguez-Zaragosa S., Whitford WG, Steinberger Y.  2007.  Effects of temporally persistent ant nests of soil protozoan communities and the abundance of morphological types of amoeba. Applied Soil Ecology. 37:81-87.
Whitford WG, Barness G., Steinberger Y.  2008.  Effects of three species of Chihuahuan Desert ants on annual plants and soil properties. Journal of Arid Environments. 72(4):392-400.