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Brown J., Bestelmeyer BT.  2005.  Research Needs: Making vegetation dynamics a basis for vegetation management. Society for Range Mangement 58th Annual Meeting. :194.
Bestelmeyer BT, Havstad K, Damindsuren B., Han G., Brown J., Herrick JE, Steele C, Peters DC.  2009.  Resilience theory in models of rangeland ecology and restoration: the evolution and application of a paradigm. New Models for Ecosystem Dynamics and Restoration. :78-95.
Brown J., Bestelmeyer BT.  2008.  Resolving critical issues for the development of ecological site descriptions: Summary of a symposium. Rangelands. 30(4):16-18.
Herrick JE, Brown J., Bestelmeyer BT, Andrews S., Baldi G., Davies J., Duniway MC, Havstad K, Karl JW, Karlen D.L. et al..  2012.  Revolutionary land use change in the 21st century: Is (rangeland) science relevant? Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:590-598.
Northup B.K., Brown J..  2005.  The role of grass tussocks in maintaining soil condition in northeast Australia. XXth International Grasslands Congress. :71.
Briske D.D., Derner J.D., Brown J., Fuhlendorf S., Teague W.R., Havstad K, Gillen R.L., Ash A.J., Willms W.D..  2007.  Rotational grazing on rangelands: Reconciliation of perception and experimental evidence. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:3-17.
Brown J., Derner J.D., Dobrowolski J.P., Havstad K.  2009.  Rotational grazing systems and grazing management research: Mapping the future. 4th National Conference on Grazing Lands and the Society for Range Management. :CDROM.
C. Bailey D, Brown J..  2011.  Rotational grazing systems and livestock grazing behavior in shrub-dominated semi-arid and arid rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 64:1-9.
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Briske DD, Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Fuhlendorf S., H. Polley W.  2013.  The Savory Method can not green deserts or reverse climate change. Rangelands. 35(5):72-74.
Briske DD, Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J..  2014.  Savory’s unsubstantiated claims should not be confused with multipaddock grazing. Rangelands. 36(1):39-42.
Wendell G., Brown J..  2009.  Setting the stage to enhance ecological site description appplications to wildlife management in sagebrush ecosystems: A 2007 society for range management workshop. Society for Range Management Annual Meeting. :1000-16.
Brown J., Archer SR.  1999.  Shrub invasion of grassland: recruitment is continuous and not regulated by herbaceous biomas or density. Ecology. 80:2385-2396.
Brown J., MacLeod N.  2011.  A site-based approach to delivering rangeland ecosystem services. The Rangeland Journal. 33(2):99-108.
Herrick JE, H. Monger C, Kramer R., Tugel A.J., Remmenga M.D., Brown J..  2004.  Soil carbon response to rangeland vegetation change: Implications for management and monitoring. Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting.
Tugel A.J., Herrick JE, Brown J., Mausbach M.J., Puckett W., Hipple K..  2005.  Soil change, soil survey, and natural resources decision making: A blueprint for action. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 69:738-747.
Herrick JE, Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Tugel A.J..  2006.  A soil-based framework for integrating and applying knowledge of land degradation proceses to assessment, monitoring and management. World Congress of Soil Science.
Wang C, Han G, Wang S, Zhai X, Brown J., Havstad K, Ma X, Wilkes A, Zhao M, Tang S et al..  2014.  Sound management may sequester methane in grazed rangeland ecosystems. Scientific Reports. 4
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.J., Brown J., Densambuu M., Fernandez-Gimenez M, 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, 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.
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.
Czech B., Heitschmidt R., Brown J., Hild A..  2008.  Sustainable rangeland management, economic growth, and a cautious role for the SRM. Rangelands. 30:33-37.

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