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2016
Spiga A, Barth E, Gu Z, Hoffmann F, Ito J, Jemmett-Smith B, Klose M, Nishizawa S, Raasch S, Rafkin S et al..  2016.  Large-Eddy Simulations of Dust Devils and Convective Vortices. Space Science Reviews. 203(1-4):245-275.
Stauffer N, Karl JW, McCord S, Miller S.  2016.  Deriving empirical benchmarks from existing monitoring datasets for rangeland adaptive management. Society for Range Management Meeting.
Steele CM, Rango A, Elias E, Reyes JJon 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.
Wang J, Monger C, Wang X, Serena M, Leinauer B.  2016.  Carbon sequestration in response to grassland–shrubland–turfgrass conversions and a test for carbonate biomineralization in desert soils, New Mexico, USA. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 80:1591-1603.
Webb N, Herrick JE, Van Zee JW, Courtright EM, Cooper B, LaPlante V.  2016.  The National Wind Erosion Research Network: Building a standardized long-term data resource for aeolian research, modeling and land management. 9th International Conference on Aeolian Research.
Webb N, Herrick JE, Van Zee JW, Courtright E, Hugenholtz C, Zobeck TM, Okin GS, Barchyn T, Billings B, Boyd R et al..  2016.  The National Wind Erosion Research Network: Building a standardized long-term data resource for aeolian research, modeling and land management. Aeolian Research. 22:23-36.
Webb N, Galloza M, Zobeck TM, Herrick JE.  2016.  Threshold wind velocity dynamics as a driver of aeolian sediment mass flux. Aeolian Research. 20:45-59.
Webb N, Chappell A.  2016.  Using albedo to reform wind erosion modelling, mapping and monitoring. Aeolian Research. 23
Williams CJ, Pierson FB, Spaeth K., Brown J., Al-Hamdan OZ, Weltz MA, Nearing MA, Herrick JE, Boll J, Robichaud PR et al..  2016.  Application of ecological site information to transformative changes on Great Basin sagebrush rangelands. Rangelands. 38(6):379-388
C. Williams J, Pierson FB, Spaeth KE, Brown J., Al-Hamdan OZ, Weltz MA, Nearing MA, Herrick JE, Boll J, Robichaud PR et al..  2016.  Incorporating hydrologic data and ecohydrologic relationships into ecological site descriptions. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 69:4-19.
Williamson JC, Bestelmeyer B, McClaran M, Robinett D, Briske D, Ben Wu X., Fernandez-Gimenez M.  2016.  Can ecological land classification increase the utility of vegetation monitoring data? Ecological Indicators. 69:657-666.
2015
Anderson D.M., Estell R.E., Gonzalez A, Cibils AF.  2015.  Criollo cattle: Heritage genetics for arid landscapes. Rangelands. 37(2):62-67.
Aubault H, Webb N, Strong CL, McTainsh G, Leys J, Scanlan JC.  2015.  Grazing impacts on the susceptibility of rangelands to wind erosion: the effects of stocking rate, stocking strategy and land condition. Aeolian Research. 17:89-99.
Bagchi S, Singh N, Bestelmeyer B, Briske D.  2015.  Distinguishing linear, nonlinear, transient and persistent vegetation dynamics to characterize empirical signatures of ecological resilience. 100th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Barnes PW, Throop HL, Archer SR, Breshears DD, McCulley RL, Tobler MA.  2015.  Sunlight and Soil–Litter Mixing: Drivers of Litter Decomposition in Drylands. Progress in Botany. 76:273-302.
Bestelmeyer S, Elser MM, Spellman KV, Sparrow EB, Haan-Amato SS, Keener A.  2015.  Collaboration, interdisciplinary thinking, and communication: new approaches to K–12 ecology education. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):37-43.
Bestelmeyer B, Miller J.  2015.  Collaborative adaptive landscape management (CALM) in rangelands: Discussion of general principles. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
Bestelmeyer B, Okin GS, Duniway M.C., Archer SR, Sayre N.F., Williamson JC, Herrick JE.  2015.  Desertification, land use, and the transformation of global drylands. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):28-36.
Bestelmeyer B, Skaggs R.K., Browning D.M., Williamson J, Wojan C.  2015.  Geography as destiny? Social and ecological resilience in rangelands of the American southwest 100th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America.
Bestelmeyer B.  2015.  Land Ecology Essay II: Thresholds, novel ecosystems, and the sanctity of history. Rangelands. 37:244-246.
Bestelmeyer B.  2015.  Operationalizing resilience using state and transition models. 68th World Congress on Ecological Restoration.
Bestelmeyer B.  2015.  Spatial scaling concepts as applied to the assessment and restoration of drylands. 9th US IALE (Interantional Association of Landscape Ecology) World Congress.
Briske DD, Joyce L.A., H. Polley W, Brown J., Wolter K., Morgan JA, McCarl B.A., Bailey DW.  2015.  Climate-change adaptation on rangelands: Linking regional exposure with diverse adaptive capacity. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(5):249-256.
Briske D, Zhao M, Han G, Ziu C, Kemp D, Havstad K, Wilms W., Kang L, Wang Z, Wu J et al..  2015.  Strategies to alleviate poverty and grassland degradation in Inner Mongolia: Intensification vs production efficiency of livestock. Journal of Environmental Management. 152:177-182.
Brown J., Alvarez P, Deswood H, Elias E, Spiegal S.  2015.  Coping with historic drought in California rangelands. California Rangeland Coalition Conference.
Brown J., Smith D.  2015.  Land Ecology Essay I: The siren song of the finish line. Rangelands. 37:241-243.
Browning D.M., Rango A, Karl JW, Laney CM, Vivoni ER, Tweedie C.  2015.  Emerging technological and cultural shifts advancing drylands research and management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):52-60.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Yao J, Havstad K, Scroggs SLP.  2015.  The ecology of catastrophic events: understanding abrupt spatial transitions in susceptibility of grasslands and croplands to multi-year drought. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
N. Burruss D, Yao J, Havstad K, Scroggs SLP.  2015.  Explaining abrupt spatial transitions in agro-ecosystem responses to periods of extended drought. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
Cosentino B, Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer B, McCarthy A., Sierzega K.  2015.  Rapid genetic restoration of a keystone species exhibiting delayed demographic response. Molecular Ecology. 24:6120-6133.
Davanon K, Howard L, Bestelmeyer B, Mabry K, Schooley R.  2015.  The effects of urbanization on trophic interactions in a desert landscape. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Diaz J, Torell A, Estell R.E., Gonzalez AL, Cibils AF, Anderson D.M..  2015.  The economics of Raramuri Criollo versus British crossbred cattle production in the Chihuahuan Desert. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
Elias E, Rango A, Steele C, Mejia J, Smith R.  2015.  Assessing climate change impacts on water availability of snowmelt-dominated basins of the Upper Rio Grande Basin. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies . 3:525-546.
Elias E.  2015.  Climate programs update: USDA Southwest Regional Climate Hub update. Great Basin Consortium Conference.
Elias E, James D, Rango A, Steele C, Smith R, Mejia J.  2015.  Impact of climate change on water quality of an impaired New Mexico river. New Mexico Water Conference.
Elias E, Rango A, Havstad K, Steele C.  2015.  Impacts of climate change on Southwestern working lands and water resources: a report from the inaugural year of the USDA Southwest climate hub. 2015 UCOWR / NIWR / CUAHSI Annual Conference.
Elias E, Steele C, Havstad K, Steenwerth K, Chambers J, Deswood H, Rango A, Kerr A, Schwartz M, Stine P et al..  2015.  Southwest regional climate hub and California subsidiary hub assessment of climate change vulnerability and adaptation and mitigation strategies. :76pp..
Elias E, Rango A, Steele C, Havstad K, Brown J., Smith R.  2015.  Tools for adaptation and mitigation of climate change on southwestern working-lands. New Mexico Water Conference.
Elias E, Rango A, Steele C, Havstad K.  2015.  Vulnerabilities and adaptive capacities of selected southwestern crops to climate change. Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop (CPASW).
Estell R.E., Fredrickson E.L., James D.  2015.  Effect of light intensity and wavelength on concentration of antiherbivory compounds in Flourensia cernua leaves. Joint Annual Meeting ADSA - ASAS.
Estell R, Brody-Lopez N, Dialesandro J, Steele C, Rango A.  2015.  Impacts of projected mid-century temperatures on thermal regimes for select specialty and fieldcrops common to the southwestern U.S.. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Fernald A, Guldan S, Boykin K, Cibils AF, Gonzalez M., Hurd B., Lopez S., Ochoa C., Ortiz M, Rivera J. et al..  2015.  Linked hydrologic and social systems that support resilience of traditional irrigation communities. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19:293-307.
Galloza M, Webb N, Herrick JE.  2015.  AERO: A decision support tool for wind erosion assessment in rangelands and croplands. AGU Fall Meeting.
Galloza M, Webb N, Zobeck TM, Herrick JE.  2015.   Evaluating soil erodibility dynamics to improve estimates of wind erosion in drylands . 18th International Soil Conservation Organization Conference.
Gherardi LA, Sala O.E.  2015.  Enhanced interannual precipitation variability increases plant functional diversity that in turn ameliorates negative impact on productivity. Ecology Letters. 18(12):1293-1300.
Gherardi LA, Sala O.E.  2015.  Enhanced precipitation variability decreases grass- and increases shrub-productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112(41):12735-12740.
Gillan JK, Karl J, Galera A.  2015.  Using JournalMap to improve discovery and visualization of rangeland scientific knowledge. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
Gillan JK, Karl J.  2015.  Visualizing and quantifying microtopographic change of dryland landscapes from an unmanned aircraft system. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Havstad K.  2015.  LTAR linkages with other research networks: Capitalizing on network interconnections. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Herrick JE, Beh A.  2015.  A risk-based strategy for climate change adaptation in dryland systems based on an understanding of potential production, soil resistance and resilience, and social stability. Sustainable intensification to Advance Food Security and Enhance Climate Resilience in Africa. Springer. pp. 407-424

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