Jornada Bibliography

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Journal Article
Miller J.R., Bestelmeyer BT.  2017.  What the novel ecosystem concept provides: A reply to Kattan et al.. Restoration Ecology. 25:488-490.
Throop H.L., Archer SR, H. Monger C, Waltman S..  2012.  When bulk density methods matter: implications for estimating soil organic carbon pools in coarse soils. Journal of Arid Environments. 77:66-71.
Throop H.L., Archer SR, H. Monger C, Waltman S.W.  2011.  When bulk density methods matter: Implications for estimating soil organic carbon pools in rocky soils. Journal of Arid Environments. 77:66-71.
Gillette D.A, Herrick JE, Herbert G.A..  2006.  Wind characteristics of mesquite streets in the northern Chihuahuan desert, New Mexico, USA. Environmental Fluid Mechanics. 6:241-275.
Belnap J, Phillips S.L., Herrick JE, Johansen J.R..  2007.  Wind erodibility of soils at Fort Irwin, California (Mojave Desert), USA, before and after trampling disturbance: implications for land management. Earth Surface Porcesses and Landforms. 32:75-84.
Gould W.L..  1982.  Wind erosion curtailed by controlling mesquite. Journal of Range Management. 35:563-566.
Gillies JA, Nield JM, Nickling WG.  2014.  Wind speed and sediment transport recovery in the lee of a vegetated and denuded nebkha within a nebkha dune field. Aeolian Research. 12:135-141.
Zak J.C, Sinsabaugh R., MacKay W.P.  1995.  Windows of opportunity in desert ecosystems: Their implications to fungal community development. Canadian Journal of Botany. 73S:1407-1414.
Estell R.E., James D.K., Fredrickson E.L., Anderson D.M..  2013.  Within-plant distribution of volatile compounds on the leaf surface of Flourensia cernua. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. 48:144-150.
Schreiner-McGraw AP, Vivoni ER, Ajami H, Sala OE, Throop HL, Peters DC.  2020.  Woody Plant Encroachment has a Larger Impact than Climate Change on Dryland Water Budgets. Scientific Reports. 10(8112)
Peters DC, Yao J, Gosz J.R..  2006.  Woody Plant Invasion at a Semi-arid Transition Zone: Importance of Ecosystem Type to Colonization and Patch Expansion. Journal of Vegetation Science. 17:389-396.
Barger N.N, Archer SR, Campbell J.L, Huang C.H, Morton J., Knapp A.K..  2011.  Woody plant proliferation in North American drylands: a synthesis of impacts on ecosystem carbon balance. Journal Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences. 116
Anderson D.M..  1999.  Would managing a flerd benefit your bottom line? Pastoral Memo-Southern Rangelands, Agriculture, Western Australia. 5:26-27.
Magazine Article
Herbel C.H..  1964.  Brush control. The Cattleman. 51(2):160.
Peters DC, deBuys W.  2010.  Climate change: Check the data yourself. High Country News.
Skaggs R.  2008.  Ecosystem services and western U.S. rangelands. Choices. 23:37-41.
Pehr D.J..  2009.  First Flight, New Test Center open airspace to UAS research. NMSU Research & Resources. Spring:18-19.
Herbel C.H..  1964.  Jornada Experimental Range research. The Cattleman. 51(2):103.
Laliberte, Andrea S..  2012.  Mapping rangelands with unmanned aircraft. Professional Surveyor Magazine. (Spring 2012):40-44.
Olmsted A..  2009.  Mountain Snow Equals River Flow. New Mexico State University Research & Resources. Spring:22-23.
[Anonymous].  2014.  Overgrazing - How far are we from passing the tipping point of turning our rangelands into desert? Mongolian Herder. 16:28.
Estell R.E..  2006.  Plant-Animal Interactions. Jornada Trails. 10:3.
Rango A..  2001.  Seeing with new eyes: Remote sensing yields insight into Jornada history. Jornada Trails. 7:1-2.
Canfield R.H..  1933.  Solid and hollow stemmed grasses of the Jornada Experimental Range. Science. 78(2024):342.
Anderson D.M..  2014.  Stock density managed in real-time. Precision Agriculture News. 10(2):15.
Anderson D.M..  2005.  Virtual Fencing - Automated Animal Control in the 21st Century. Livestock Horizons CSIRO Livestock Industries Research Magazine. 1:13.
Miscellaneous
Tartowski, Sandy L..  2005.  Browsing the Bosque. Network News. 18:7.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2001.  Buffelgrass invasion: What is the value of a desert? Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park Newsletter. :1.
Friend J.P., Henderson M.M., Jagger J., Klein R.M., Parrish J.A., Seliger H.H., Setlow R.B., Sisson W.B..  1982.  Causes and Effects of Stratosphereic Ozone Depletion: An Update. :352pp.
Herrick JE.  2005.  Comments on “Simultaneous Measurement of Soil Penetration Resistance and Water Content with a Combined Penetrometer–TDR Moisture Probe” and “A Dynamic Cone Penetrometer for Measuring Soil Penetration Resistance”. Soil Science Society of American Journal. 69:925-927.
Sisson W.B..  1986.  Effects of UV-B Radiation on Photosynthesis. NATO Advanced Science Institute Series, Ecological Science. Stratospheric Ozone Reduction, Solar Ultraviolet Radiation and Plant:376pp.
Wooton E.O., Standley P.C.  1915.  Flora of New Mexico. 19:794.
Tartowski, Sandy L..  2005.  Livestock as Tools for Ecological Restoration: Using Goats to Control Salt Cedar. Jornada Trails. 9:2.
Holechek J.L, Pieper, Rex D., Herbel C.H..  1995.  Range Management Principles and Practices, 2nd Edition.
H. Bulloch, Jr. E, Neher RE.  1980.  Soil Survey of Dona Ana County Area, New Mexico. :177.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J..  2005.  State and Transition Models 101: A Fresh Look at Vegetation Change. Quivira Coalition Newsletter. 7:6-11.
Havstad K, Huenneke L., Schlesinger W.H..  2006.  Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem: The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. :492.
Gile L.H, Hawley J.W, Grossman R.B, H. Monger C.  1988.  Supplement to the Desert Project Guidebook 1988.
Gile L.H, Ahrens R.J.  2003.  Supplement to the Desert Project Soil Monograph, Volume III. Soil Survey Investigations Report No. 44. :374pp.
Tartowski, Sandy L..  2005.  Use of Goats to Control Salt Cedar. The Nature Park News. 14:3.

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