Jornada Bibliography

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Rastetter E.B, Aber J.D, Peters DC, Ojima D.S., Burke I..  2003.  Using mechanistic models to scale ecological processes across space and time. BioScience. 53:1-9.
Matamala R., Fan Z, Jastrow J., Liang C., Calderon F, Michaelson G., Ping C., Mishra U., Hofmann S..  2016.  Using Mid Infrared Spectroscopy to Predict the Decomposability of Soil Organic Matter Stored in Arctic Tundra Soils. 2016 American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting.
Karl JW, MacFarlane DW.  2010.  Using object-based image analysis to guide the selection of field sample locations. GEOBIA 2010.
Whitford WG, Rapport D.J, de Soyza A.G..  1999.  Using resistance and resilience measurements for ‘fitness’ tests in ecosystem health. Journal of Environmental Management. 57:21-29.
Weir W.W..  1937.  Using salt to regulate grazing. American Hereford Journal. 28:30-31.
Chappel A, Webb N.  2016.  Using shadow to reformulate wind erosion modelling, mapping and monitoring. International Conference on Aeolian Research.
Herrick JE.  2015.  Using soils and land potential as a basis for land use decisions and conservation planning: A resilience-based strategy. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Gillan JK, Strand EK, Karl JW, Reese KP, Laninga T.  2013.  Using Spatial Statistics and Point-Pattern Simulations to Assess the Spatial Dependency Between Greater Sage-Grouse and Anthropogenic Features. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 37(2):301-310.
Webb N, Galloza M, Bleiweiss M, Winters C, Ayers E, Herrick JE.  2017.  Using state-and-transition models to evaluate impacts of land cover change on wind erosion. Society for Range Management Meeting Abstracts. Jan 29 - Feb 02, 2017
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Herrick JE, Smith P.L., Havstad K.  2003.  Using state-and-transition models: Tools for prophylaxis, diagnosis, or autopsy? 56th Annual Meeting of Society for Range Management. :16.
Ho M, Roisman R.E, Virginia R.A.  1996.  Using strontium and rubidium tracers to characterize nutrient uptake patterns in creosotebush and mesquite. The Southwestern Naturalist. 41:239-247.
McCord S, Karl J.  2015.  Using the best available data: integrating field data and remote sensing imagery to monitor rangelands. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
Hansen N., Herrick JE, Abbott L., Peters DC, Parker D..  2007.  Using the GIS to study the past and present of a northern Chihuahuan Desert playa. 60th Annual Meeting and Trade Show, Society for Range Management. :PaperNo.179.
Rango A, Steele CM, Demouche L, Martinec J., Abramovich R.  2011.  Using the snowmelt runoff model to evaluate climate change effects and to compare basin runoff between New Mexico and Idaho.. American Water Resources Association Conference Proceedings. Abstract #7481. p. 17
Anderson D, Remenyi N, Murray LW.  2011.  Using time-series intervention analysis to model cow heart rate affected by programmed audio and environmental/physiological. Applied Statistics In Agriculture Conference. CDROM
Anderson D.M., Remenyi N., Murray L.W..  2010.  Using time-series intervention analysis to model cow heart rate affected by programmed audio and environmental/physiological cues. Applied Statistics In Agriculture Conference Proceedings. :107-136.
Rango A., Laliberte, Andrea S., Steele C.M., Herrick JE, Bestelmeyer BT, Schmugge T.J., Roanhorse A., Jenkins V..  2006.  Using unmanned aerial vehicles for rangelands: Current applications and future potentials. Environmental Practice. 8:159-168.
Karl J, Duniway M, Nusser S, Opsomer J, Unnasch RS.  2012.  Using very-large-scale aerial imagery for rangeland monitoring and assessment: some statistical considerations. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:330-339.
Rango A., Havstad K.  2003.  The utility of historical aerial photographs for detecting and judging the effectiveness of rangeland remediation treatments. Environmental Practice. 5:107-118.
Kustas W.P, Prueger J.H., Ramalingam K., Schmugge T.J., Rango A., Ritchie J., Hipps L.E., Hatfield J.L..  1998.  Utility of radiometric temperatures for surface energy flux estimation of a heterogeneous desert ecosystem. Special Symposium on Hydrology. :67-72.
Brown L.S.  1922.  The utility of yucca and chamisa as range supplements.
Herbel C.H..  1979.  Utilization of grass- and shrublands of the southwestern United States. Management of Semiarid Ecosystems. :161-203.
Rango A., Buonopane M., Huenneke L., Havstad K, Maxwell C.J., Gonzalez A.L., Herrick JE.  2002.  Utilization of historic aerial photography to track long-term vegetation response to rangeland treatments. 87th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :243.
Rango A, Havstad K, Estell R.E..  2011.  The utilization of historical data and geospatial technology advances at the Jornada Experimental Range to support western America ranching culture. Remote Sensing. 3(9):2089-2109.
Winder J.A, Beck R.F..  1990.  Utilization of linear, prediction procedures to evaluate animal response to grazing systems. Journal of Range Management. 43:396-400.
Tadingar T.  1982.  Utilization of standing crop by cattle under seasonal short duration grazing and seasonal continuous grazing on a semidesert tobosa rangeland. :128.
Toloumbaye T., Anderson D.M., Pieper, Rex D..  1983.  Utilization of tobosa standing crop by cattle under seasonal-rotation and seasonal-continuous grazing on a semidesert rangeland. 36th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :287.
Levi M, Bestelmeyer BT, II DAWhite.  2016.  Utilizing soil polypedons to improve model performance for digital soil mapping. Soil Science Society of America Meeting.
Klass JR, Trojan JM, Thomas S, Peters DC.  2011.  Utilizing the tropic interactions of nematodes as indicators of change in soil biota associated with the loss of bouteloua eiopda grasslands. 96th Ecological Society of America Meeting.
Herbel C.H., Nelson A.B..  1974.  Utilizing tobosa (Hilaria mutica [Buckl.] Benth.) during the winter and spring. Proceedings of the XII International Grassland Congress. :184-190.
Sisson W.B..  1977.  UV-B radiation effects on photosynthesis and plant growth. Research Symposium, UV-B Radiation: Biological and Climatic Effects Workshop.
Danielson T.L., Rayson G.D., Anderson D.M., Estell R.E., Fredrickson E.L., Havstad K.  2000.  UV-induced fluorescence for the discernment of plant types from pre-and post-digested plant material. 27th Annual Meeting, Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies. :Abstractp.267.
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Herrick JE, Reiser M.H., Burkett L.M., Havstad K.  2003.  Validation of an LCTA-compatible approach to military land monitoring. 12th Annual ITAM Workshop. :72.
Chopping M., Su L., Schmugge T.J., Rango A..  2003.  Validation of bidirectional reflectance models using the first scene acquired by the CHRIS sensor over the Jornada Experimental Range. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium. VII:4425-4427.
Whitford WG.  1998.  Validation of indicators. Ecosystem Health. :205-209.
Reynolds JF, Cunningham GL.  1981.  Validation of primary production model of the desert shrub Larrea tridentata using soil-moisture augmentation experiments. Oecologia. 51:357-363..
Schmugge T.J., Ritchie J., Hsu A.F., Rango A., French A.N..  2005.  Validation of surface temperature determination with aster thermal infrared data. European Geophysical Society; American Geophysical Union; European Union of Geosciences.
Culley M.J, Campbell R.S., Canfield R.H..  1933.  Values and limitations of clipped quadrats. Ecology. 14:35-39.
MacLeod N, Brown J..  2014.  Valuing and rewarding ecosystem services from rangelands. Rangelands. 36(2):12-19.
Kustas WP, Prueger JH, Hatfield JL, Ramalingam K, Hipps LE.  2000.  Variability in soil heat flux from a mesquite dune site. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 103:249-264.
Ritchie J., Herrick JE, Ritchie C.A..  2003.  Variability in soil redistribution in the northern Chihuahuan Desert based on Cesium-137 measurements. Journal of Arid Environments. 55:737-746.
Whitford WG, DiMarco R..  1995.  Variability in soils and vegetation associated with harvester ant (Pogonomyrmex rugosus) nests on a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 20:169-173.
Hager SB.  2000.  Variation in body temperature and thermoregulatory behavior between two populations of the lesser earless lizard, Holbrookia maculata. Contemporary Herpetology. 2000
de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG, Martinez-Meza E., Van Zee JW.  1997.  Variation in Creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) canopy morphology in relation to habitat, soil fertility and associated annual plant communities. American Midland Naturalist. 137:13-26.
Van Vactor SScott.  1986.  Variation in diurnal ant species composition and relative abundance on a desert watershed. :59.
Bestelmeyer BT, Briske D.D., Brown J., Havstad K, Skaggs R.K..  2008.  Variation in ecological resilience: a fundamental concept for rangeland ecology. Society for Range Management. :1480.
Lightfoot DC, Whitford WG.  1987.  Variation in insect densities on desert creosotebush: is nitrogen a factor? Ecology. 68:547-557.
Thomas P.M, Golly K.F, Zyskind J.W, Virginia R.A.  1994.  Variation of clonal, mesquite-associated rhizobial and bradyrhizobial populations from surface and deep soils by symbiotic gene region restriction fragment length polymorphism and plasmid profile analysis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 60:1146-1153.
Romig KB, James DK, Bestelmeyer BT, Maxwell CJ, Brown J, Salley SW.  2019.  Variation of Seed Banks among Ecological States in the Chihuahuan Desert: Implications for Restoration. 72nd Society for Range Management International Meeting.
Wierenga P.J, Hendrickx J.MH, Nash M.H, Ludwig J., Daugherty L.A.  1987.  Variation of soil and vegetation with distance along a transect in the Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 13:53-63.

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