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Briske D.D., Zhao M, Han G, Ziu C, Kemp D, Havstad K, Willms 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.
Briske D.D., Derner J.D., Brown J., Fuhlendorf S., Teague W.R., Havstad K, Gillen R.L., Ash A.J., Willms W.  2007.  Rotational grazing on rangelands: Reconciliation of perception and experimental evidence. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:3-17.
Ruppert JC, Harmoney K, Henkin Z, Snyman HA, Sternberg M, Willms W, Linstadter A.  2014.  Quantifying drylands’ drought resistance and recovery: the importance of drought intensity, dominant life history and grazing regime. Global Change Biology. :1-16.
Wang Z, Jiao S, Han G, Zhao M, Willms W, Hao X, Wang J'an, Din H, Havstad K.  2011.  Impact of stocking rate and rainfall on sheep performance in a desert steppe. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 64(3):249-256.
Qin J., Ren H., Han G., Zhang J., Browning D.M., Willms W, Yang D..  2019.  Grazing reduces the temporal stability of temperate grasslands in northern China. FLORA. 259(151450)
Wang Z, Jiao S, Han G, Zhao M, Ding H, Zhang X, Wang X, Ayers E.L., Willms W, Havstad K et al..  2014.  Effects of stocking rate on the variability of peak standing crop in a desert steppe of Eurasia grassland. Environmental Management. 53:266-273.
Herrick JE, Moya E.G., Willms W, Bestelmeyer BT, Sundt P., Barnes W..  2006.  Arid and Semiarid Rangeland Monitoring in North America. Secheresse. 17:235-241.