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Pillsbury FC, Peters DC, Browning D.M., Duniway M.C..  2012.  Cross-scale interactions drive ecosystem responses to precipitation in the Chihuahuan Desert. 97th Ecological Society of America Meeting. COS 186-2
Peters DC, Pielke R.A., Bestelmeyer BT, Allen C.D., Munson-McGee S., Havstad K.  2004.  Cross-scale interactions, nonlinearities, and forecasting catastrophic events. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 101:15130-15135.
Peters DC.  2000.  Cross-site comparisons of climate and vegetation for two semiarid grasslands and their ECOTONE. 85th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :372.
Driscoll C.T, Groffman P.M., Blair J.M., Lugo A.E, Laney C.M., Peters DC.  2011.  Cross-site comparisons of precipitation and surface water chemistry.
Driscoll CT, Groffman PM, Blair J.M., Lugo AE, Laney CM, Peters DC.  2013.  Cross-site comparisons of precipitation and surface water chemistry. Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. :46-50.
Peters DC, Fraser W.R, Kratz T.K, Ohman M.D, Rassweiler A., Holbrook S.J, Schmitt R.J.  2011.  Cross-site comparisons of state change dynamics.
Peters DC, Fraser WR, Kratz T, Ohman MD, Rassweiler A, Holbrook SJ, Schmitt RJ.  2013.  Cross-site comparisons of state-change dynamics. Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. :36-41.
Yao J, Sala O.E, Peters DC.  2013.  Cross-site studies "by design:" Experiments and observations that provide new insights. Long-Term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. :72-80.
Peters DC, Lugo AE, Chapin, III F. S, Pickett STA, Duniway M, Rocha AV, Swanson FJ, Laney C, Jones J.  2011.  Cross-system comparisons elucidate disturbance complexities and generalities. Ecosphere. 2(7):Article81.
Chepsongol RM, Burkett DW.  2013.  Crotalus Viridis (Prairie Rattlesnake). Herpetological Review. 44(3):520-521.
Ares F.N..  1961.  Cry alarm . . . killer loose . . . . New Mexico Stockman. 29:26-27.
Wergin W.P., Foster J., Rango A., Josberger E., Erbe E.F., Murphy C.A., Pooley C.D..  2005.  Cryobionts in Snow and Ice Observed with Low Temperature Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). Geological Society of American Meeting. 37:267,PaperNo.118-6.
Lucero M.E., Barrow J.R., Osuna-Avila P., Reyes-Vera I..  2008.  A cryptic microbial community persists within micropropagated Bouteloua eriopods (Torr.) Torr. cultures. Plant Science. 174:570-575.
Karl JW, Unnasch RS, Kanga M, Frid L.  2010.  Cumulative effects analysis (CEA) tools. Society for Range Management.
Steele C.M., Laliberte, Andrea S., Bestelmeyer BT, Herrick JE, Rango A..  2005.  Current and future options for the use of remote sensing for rangeland management and monitoring. Proceedings of the Memoria del II Simposio Internacional de Pastizales. :84.
Stringham T., Briske D., Bestelmeyer BT, Shaver P.L..  2008.  Current status of the state-and-transition framework. Society for Range Management Annual Meetings. :1495.
Courtright E, Herrick JE, Bestelmeyer BT, Burkett L.M..  2008.  Customizable tool for ecological data entry, assessment, monitoring, and interpretation. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :66-136.
Ares F.N..  1939.  Cutting tobosa grass for hay. The Cattleman. 25:47-50.
Dunford MP.  1984.  Cytotype distribution of Atriplex canescens (Chenopodiaceae) of southern New Mexico and adjacent Texas. The Southwestern Naturalist. 29:223-228.

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