Jornada Bibliography

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Book Chapter
Snyder K.A, Mitchell K.A, Herrick JE.  2006.  Patterns and Controls of Soil Water in the Jornada Basin. Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem: The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. :107-132.
Gutschick V.P, Snyder K.A.  2006.  Water and energy balances within the Jornada Basin. Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem. The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. :176-188.
Conference Paper
Snyder K.A, Cable J.M., Huxman T., Tartowski S..  2004.  Arid ecosystem responses to variations in the frequency and magnitude of growing season precipitation. 89th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :Abstractp.476.
Snyder K.A, Huxman T., Breshears DD, Wilcox B.P., Small E.E., Scott R.L., Jackson R.B, Hultine K.R..  2003.  An ecohydrological framework for determining the landscape effects of woody plant encroachment. 88th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :314.
Huxman T., Snyder K.A, Wilcox B.P., Scott R.L., Breshears DD, Small E.E., Jackson R.B, Pockman W.T., Hultine K.R..  2003.  Ecohydrology and woody plant encroachment: A conceptual framework for evaluating landscape consequences. 2003 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union. :F320.
Snyder K.A, Cable J.M., Huxman T., Maxwell CJ.  2004.  The effects of altered precipitation patterns on ecosystem responses in a desert rangeland. 4th International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies. :79.
Cable J.M., Snyder K.A, Barron-Gafford G., Cable WL, Huete A, Huxman T..  2005.  Microbial crust CO2 response to precipitation on the Jornada Experimental Range. Ecological Society of America, 90th Annual Meeting. :91.
Snyder K.A, Maxwell CJ, Cable J.M..  2005.  Multi-scale responses of carbon and water fluxes to magnitude and frequency of precipitation pulses in the Northern Chihuahuan desert. Ecological Society of America, 90th Annual Meeting. :599.
Caird M., Richards J.H, James J., Ludwig F., Donovan L.A., Snyder K.A.  2005.  Nighttime transpiration and nutrient acquisition: Is there a benefit of losing water at night? Ecological Society of America.
Snyder K.A.  2003.  Plant ecophysiological processes and soil water availability in semiarid and arid regions. Society for Range Management, New Mexico Section, Winter Meeting. :2.
Snyder K.A, Tartowski S., Gutschick V.P.  2004.  Temporal variation in water availability. Sixth Symposium on the Natural Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region. :42.
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.
Journal Article
Svejcar T, Angell R, Bradford JA, Dugas W.A., Emmerich W, Frank AB, Gilmanov T, Haferkamp M, Johnson DA, Mayeux H et al..  2008.  Carbon fluxes on North American rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:465-474.
Snyder K.A, Williams D.G..  2003.  Defoliation alters water uptake by deep and shallow roots of Prosopis velutina (velvet mesquite). Functional Ecology. 17:363-374.
Huxman T., Wilcox B.P., Scott R.L., Snyder K.A, Small E.E., Hultine K.R., Pockman W.T., Jackson R.B.  2005.  Ecohydrological implications of woody plant encroachment. Ecology. 86:308-319.
Snyder K.A, Donovan L.A., James J., Tiller R.L., Richards J.H.  2004.  Extensive summer water pulses do not necessarily lead to canopy growth of Great Basin and northern Mojave Desert shrubs. Oecologia. 141:325-334.
Beltran-Przekurat A., Pielke R.A., Peters DC, Snyder K.A, Rango A..  2008.  Modeling the effects of historical vegetation change in near-surface atmosphere in the Northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 72:1897-1910.
Snyder K.A, Tartowski S..  2006.  Multi-scale temporal variation in water availability: implications for vegetation dynamics in arid and semi-arid ecosystems. Journal of Arid Environments. 65:219-234.
Snyder K.A, Richards J.H, Donovan L.A..  2003.  Night-time conductance in C3 and C4 species: Do plants lose water at night? Journal of Experimental Botany. 54:861-865.
H. Polley W, Emmerich W, Bradford JA, Sims P.L, Johnson DA, Saliendra NZ, Svejcar T, Angell R, Frank AB, Phillips RL et al..  2010.  Physiological and environmental regulation of interannual variability in CO2 exchange on rangelands in the western United States. Global Change Biology. 16:990-1002.
Browning DM, Snyder K.A, Herrick JE.  2019.  Plant phenology: Taking the pulse of rangelands. Rangelands. 41:129-134.
Huxman T., Snyder K.A, Tissue D., Leffler J., Pockman W.T., Sandquist D.R., Potts D.L., Schwinning S..  2004.  Precipitation pulses and carbon fluxes in semiarid and arid ecosystems. Oecologia. 141:254-268.
Snyder K.A, Guertin D.P, Jemison R.L., Ffolliott P.F..  2002.  Riparian plant community patterns: A case study from southeastern Arizona. Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science Journal. 34:106-111.
Duniway MC, Snyder K.A, Herrick JE.  2010.  Spatial and temporal patterns of water availability in a grass-shrub ecotone and implications for grassland recovery in arid environments. Ecohydrology. 3:55-67.