Jornada Bibliography

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Mueller ENora, Wainwright J, Parsons AJ.  2007.  The stability of vegetation boundaries and the propagation of desertification in the American Southwest: a modelling approach. Ecological Modelling. 208:91-101.
H. Monger C, Cole D.R, Gish J.W, Giordano T.H.  1998.  Stable carbon and oxygen isotopes in Quaternary soil caronates as indicators of ecogeomorphic changes in the northern Chihuahuan Desert, USA. Geoderma. 82:137-172.
Schlesinger W.H., Marion G.M, Fonteyn P.J.  1989.  Stable isotope ratios and the dynamics of caliche in desert soils. Stable Isotopes in Ecological Research. :309-317.
Buck B.J, H. Monger C.  1999.  Stable isotopes and soil-geomorphology as indicators of Holocene climate change, northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 43:357-373.
Barrow J.R., Aaltonen R.E..  2004.  A Staining Method for Systemic Endophytic Fungi in Plants. Emerging Concepts in Plant Health Management. Chapter 5:61-67.
Elias S, Roche L, Elias E.  2016.  Stakeholder Theory and Rangeland Management: The Importance of Ranch Income Dependence. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Edwards BL, Allen ST, Braud DH, Keim RF.  2019.  Stand density and carbon storage in cypress-tupelo wetland forests of the Mississippi River delta. Forest Ecology and Management. 441:106-114.
Quandt A, Herrick JE, Peacock G., Neff J., Salley SW, Mkalawa C., Buni A.  2020.  A standardized land capability classification system for land evaluation using mobile phone technology. Soil and Water Conservation.
Tugel A.J., Brown J..  2001.  State and transition ecosystem models: Application to soil survey and dynamic soil properties databases. Proceedings of the Washington National Cooperative Soil Survey Work Planning Conference. :194-201.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J..  2005.  State and Transition Models 101: A Fresh Look at Vegetation Change. Quivira Coalition Newsletter. 7:6-11.
Brown J..  1994.  State and transition models for rangelands. 2. Ecology as a basis for rangeland management: Performance criteria for testing models.. Tropical Grasslands. 28:206-213.
Bestelmeyer BT, Ash A., Brown J., Densambuu M., Fernandez-Gimenez ME, Johnson J., Levi MR, Lopez D., Rumpff L., Peinetti R. et al..  2017.  State and transition models: Theory, applications, and challenges. In: Briske, D.D. Rangeland Systems: Processes, Management and Challenges. Springer Series on Environmental Management. :303-345.
Bestelmeyer BT, H. Peinetti R, Herrick JE, Steinaker D, Adema E.  2011.  State-and-transition model archetypes: A global taxonomy of rangeland change. International Rangeland Congress. IX:60.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Densambuu B., Havstad K, Herrick JE, Peinetti H.R..  2013.  State-and-transition models as guides for adaptive management: What are the needs? Los Pastizales y el Hombre. :27-33.
Bestelmeyer BT, Tugel A.J., Peacock G.L., Robinett D., Shaver P.L., Brown J., Herrick JE, Sanchez H., Havstad K.  2009.  State-and-Transition models for heterogeneous landscapes: A strategy for development and application. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 62:1-15.
Briske D., Bestelmeyer BT, Stringham T.K., Shaver P.L..  2008.  State-and-transition models: recommendations for resilience-based application. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:359-367.
Mukkherjee A., Anderson D.M., Daniel D., Murray L.W., Tisone G., Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E., Rayson G.D., Havstad K.  2001.  Statistical analyses of fluorometry data obtained from chloroform filtrate of lamb feces. Journal of Range Management. 54:370-377.
Francis R.C, Campion M..  1972.  Statistical analysis of intraseasonal herbage dynamics in a variety of grassland communities. US/IBP Grassland Biome.
Nash M.H, Daugherty L.A.  1990.  Statistical comparison of soil map-unit boundaries. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 54:1677-1681.
Green J.S., Woodruff R.A., Hulet, Clarence V..  1983.  Status and use of livestock-guarding dogs in North America. Sheep and Goat Handbook. :423-430.
Canfield R.H..  1934.  Stem structure of grasses on the Jornada Experimental Range. Botanical Gazette. 95:636-648.
Whitford WG, Anderson JP, Rice P.M..  1997.  Stemflow contribution to the "fertile island" effect in creosotebush, Larrea tridentata. Journal of Arid Environments. 35:451-457.
Martinez-Meza E., Whitford WG.  1996.  Stemflow, throughfall and channelization of stemflow by roots in three Chihuahuan Desert shrubs. Journal of Arid Environments. 32:271-287.
Martinez-Meza E.  1994.  Stemflow, throughfall, and root water channelization by three arid land shrubs in southern New Mexico. :81.
Anderson D.M..  2014.  Stock density managed in real-time. Precision Agriculture News. 10(2):15.
Aldon EF, Vicente CEGonzale, Moir WH.  1987.  Strategies for Classification and Management of Native Vegetation for Food Production in Arid Zones. :257.
Peters DC, Urban D.L., Gardner R.H., Breshears D.D., Herrick JE.  2004.  Strategies for ecological extrapolation. Oikos. 106:627-636.
Havstad K, Brown J., Herrick JE, Peters DC, Fredrickson E.L., Bestelmeyer BT, Pieper, Rex D..  2008.  Strategies for sustaining multiple ecosystem services from rangelands. XXI International Rangeland Congress. II:1094.
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.
Herrick JE, Shaver P, Pyke D, Pellant M, Toledo DNMI, Lepak N.  2019.  A Strategy for Defining the Reference for Land Health and Degradation Assessments. Ecological Indicators. 97:225-230.
Herrick JE, Sarukhan J..  2007.  A strategy for ecology in an era of globalization. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 5:172-181.
Karl JW, Herrick JE, Browning D.M..  2012.  A strategy for rangeland management based on best available knowledge and information. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:638-646.
Anderson D.M., Havstad K, Hinds F.C..  1989.  Stress and the Free-Ranging Animal, A Western Regional Research Publication. Stress and the Free-Ranging Animal, Western Regional Coordinating Committee on Utilization of Range Forage for Rangeland and Domestic Ruminant Production, W-151. :48.
Cid M.S., Ferri C.M, Brizuela M.A., Sala O.E.  2008.  Structural heterogeneity and productivity of a tall fescue pasture grazed rotationally by cattle at four stocking densities. Grassland Science. 54:9-16.
Barbour M.G, MacMahon J.A, Bamberg S.A, Ludwig J.A.  1977.  The structure and distribution of Larrea communities. US/IBP Synthesis Series. :227-251.
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.
Gibbens, Robert P., Hicks R.A., Dugas W.A..  1996.  Structure and function of C3 and C4 Chihuahuan Desert plant communities: Standing crop and leaf area index. Journal of Arid Environments. 34:47-62.
Dugas W.A., Hicks R.A., Gibbens, Robert P..  1996.  Structure and function of C3 and C4 Chihuahuan Desert plant communities. Energy balance components. Journal of Arid Environments. 34:63-79.
Pieper, Rex D., Anway J.C., Ellstrom M.A, Herbel C.H., Packard R.L, Pimm S.L., Raitt R.J, Staffeldt E.E., Watts J.G.  1983.  Structure and function of North America desert grassland ecosystems. New Mexico Agriculture Experimental Station Special Report 39. :298.
Fowler HG, Whitford WG.  1985.  Structure and organization of a winter community of cavity-inhabiting, web-building spiders (Pholocidae and Theridiidae) in a Chihuahuan Desert habitat. Journal of Arid Environments. 8:57-65.
Whitford WG.  1978.  Structure and seasonal activity of Chihuahuan Desert ant communities. Insectes Sociaux. 25:79-88.
Guo Q, Rundel PW, Goodall DW.  1999.  Structure of desert seed banks: comparisons across four North American desert sites. Journal of Arid Environments. 42:1-14.
Shumard G.G.  1858.  Structure of the Jornada del Muerto. Trans St. Louis Acad. Sci.. 1:341.
Whitford WG, Johnson R.K, DePree D.J.  1975.  Studies on wood borers, girdlers, and seed predators of mesquite. US/IBP Desert Biome. :15-21.
Little, Jr. E.L..  1937.  A study of poisonous drymaria on southern New Mexico ranges. Ecology. 18:416-426.
Ward TJ, Bolin SB.  1989.  A study of rainfall simulators, runoff and erosion process, and nutrient yields on selected sites in Arizona and New Mexico.
Ward TJ.  1986.  A study of runoff and erosion processes using large and small rainfall simulators.
Hochstrasser T., Peters DC.  2004.  Subdominant species distribution in microsites around two lifeforms at a desert grassland-shrubland transition zone. Journal of Vegetation Science. 15:615-622.
Lodman D.W., Petersen M.K., Clark C.K., Wiley J.S., Havstad K.  1990.  Substitution of DL-methionine for soybean meal as a winter supplement for gestating cows grazing native range. Journal of Animal Science. 68:4361-4375.
Lightfoot DC.  1985.  Substrate utilization and guild structure in desert grasshopper assemblages. :60.