Jornada Bibliography

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Inzunza-Ibarra MA, H. Monger C.  2005.  Variation of soil chemical properties in irrigated and non-irrigated areas of the Laguna region of Mexico. Terra Latinoamericana. 23:429-436.
Elias E, Reyes JJon Tiu, Steele C, Rango A.  2017.  Varying Geospatial Analyses to Assess Climate Risk and Adaptive Capacity in a Hotter, Drier Southwestern United States. American Geophysical Union.
Hochstrasser T., Kroel-Dulay G., Peters DC, Gosz J.R..  2002.  Vegetation and climate characteristics of arid and semi-arid grasslands in North America and their biome transition zone. Journal of Arid Environments. 51:55-78.
Henrickson J, Johnston MC.  1986.  Vegetation and community types of the Chihuahuan Desert. Second Symposium on Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region: United States and Mexico. :20-39.
Wood M.K, Weitz M., Tromble J.M..  1983.  Vegetation and edaphic influences on infiltration rates in arid and semiarid rangelands. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Conference on Advances in Infiltration. :385.
Stein RA, Ludwig JA.  1979.  Vegetation and soil patterns on a Chihuahuan Desert bajada. The American Midland Naturalist. 101:28-37.
Stein RAnn.  1977.  Vegetation and soil patterns on Chihuahuan Desert bajada. :67.
Rossi M.J, Ares J.O, Jobbágy E.G, Vivoni E.R, Vervoort R.W, Schreiner-McGraw A.P, Saco P.M.  2018.  Vegetation and terrain drivers of infiltration depth along a semiarid hillslope. Science of the Total Environment. 644:1399-1408.
Webb N.P., McCord S.E., Edwards B.L., Herrick J.E., Kachergis E., Okin G., Van Zee J.W..  2021.  Vegetation Canopy Gap Size and Height: Critical Indicators for Wind Erosion Monitoring and Management. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 76:78-83.
Chopping M., Martonchik J., Bull M., Rango A., Schaaf C., Zhao F., Want Z..  2008.  Vegetation canopy structure from NASA EOS multiangle imaging. AGU 2008 Fall meeting. :B33D-04.
Beck R.F., Atwood T.L., Gibbens, Robert P..  1986.  Vegetation changes following 20 years of protection on black grama sites originally grazed at four intensities. 39th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :110.
Hennessy J.T., Gibbens, Robert P., Tromble J.M., Cardenas M..  1983.  Vegetation changes from 1935 to 1980 in mesquite dunelands and former grasslands of southern New Mexico. Journal of Range Management. 36:370-374.
Gibbens, Robert P., McNeely R.P., Havstad K, Beck R.F., Nolen B..  2005.  Vegetation changes in the Jornada Basin from 1858 to 1998. Journal of Arid Environments. 61:651-668.
Herbel C.H..  1985.  Vegetation changes on arid rangelands of the Southwest. Rangelands. 7:19-21.
Herbel C.H..  1986.  Vegetation changes on arid rangelands of the southwestern United States. Proceedings of the Second International Rangeland Congress, Rangelands: A Resource Under Siege. :8-10.
Michaelides K, Lister D, Wainwright J, Parsons AJ.  2009.  Vegetation controls on small-scale runoff and erosion dynamics in a degrading dryland environment. Hydrological Processes. 23:1617-1630.
Edwards B, Webb N, Van Zee JW, Chappell A.  2018.  Vegetation effects on spatiotemporal variability in Aeolian mass flux over a range of ecological conditions. International Conference on Aeolian Research.
Mayaud J, Webb N.  2017.  Vegetation in drylands: Effects on wind flow and aeolian sediment transport. Land. 6, 64
Browning D.M., Steele C.M..  2013.  Vegetation index differencing for broad-scale assessment of productivity under prolonged drought and sequential high rainfall conditions. Remote Sensing. 5(5):327-341.
Neave M, Abrahams AD.  2002.  Vegetation influences on water yields from grassland and shrubland ecosystems in the Chihuahuan desert. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 27:1011-1020.
Skaggs R, Edwards Z, Bestelmeyer BT, Wright JB, Williamson J, Smith P.  2011.  Vegetation maps at the passage of the Taylor Grazing Act (1934): A baseline to evaluate rangeland change after a regime shift. Rangelands. 33(1):13-19.
Gardner J.L.  1951.  Vegetation of the creosotebush area of the Rio Grande Valley in New Mexico. Ecological Monographs. 21:379-403.
Campbell R.S., Campbell I.F..  1938.  Vegetation on gypsum soils of the Jornada plain, New Mexico. Ecology. 19:572-577.
Atwood T.L., Beck R.F., Gibbens, Robert P..  1987.  Vegetation parameters inside and outside livestock exclosures on three Chihuahuan Desert grassland communities. 40th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :34.
Wondzell SM, Cornelius JM, Cunningham GL.  1990.  Vegetation patterns, microtopography and soils on a Chihuahuan desert playa. Journal of Vegetation Science. 1:403-410.
Nuamuryeking'e S., Cibils AF, Estell R.E., Gonzalez AL.  2016.  Vegetation selection by Angus crossbred vs. Raramuri Criollo nursing cows grazing Chihuauan Desert rangeland in summer. 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Managment.
Whitford WG, de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW, Herrick JE, Havstad K.  1998.  Vegetation, soil, and animal indicators of rangeland health. Environmental Monitoring Assessment. 51:179-200.
Hochstrasser T., Coffin D.P..  1998.  Vegetation structure at a grassland-shrubland ecotone: Biotic versus abiotic factors leading to shrub invasion. 83rd Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. 79:71.
Buffington L.C., Herbel C.H..  1965.  Vegetational changes on a semidesert grassland range from 1858 to 1963. Ecological Monographs. 35:139-164.
Buffington LCharles.  1964.  Vegetational changes on a semidesert range from 1858 to 1963. :93.
Canfield R.H..  1938.  Vegetational density and composition of black grama type ranges as influenced by semideferred grazing. USDA, Forest Service, Southwest Forest and Range Experimental Station, Research Note No. 35. :2.
Peters DC, Herrick JE.  1999.  Vegetation-soil feedbacks and sensitivity of Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem boundaries to climate change. 84th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. 80:69.
Peters DC, Snyder K.A., Wainwright J., Parsons A.J..  2004.  Vegetation-water budget interactions: Implications for ecosystem dynamics at multiple scales. 89th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :p.397.
Gould W.L., Herbel C.H..  1974.  Vegetative and environmental response to chemical control of mesquite. 27th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :41.
DePree E, Ludwig JA.  1978.  Vegetative and reproductive growth patterns in desert willow (Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) Sweet). The Southwestern Naturalist. 23:239-246.
Campbell R.S..  1929.  Vegetative succession in the Prosopis sand dunes of southern New Mexico. Ecology. 10:392-398.
Estell R.E., Galyean M.L., Ortiz J.M, Leighton E.A..  1982.  Verification of a continuous flow fermentation system and effect of dilution rate on rumen fermentation and microbial numbers. Western Section Meeting, American Society of Animal Science. 33:29-31.
Sayre N.F..  2004.  Viewpoint: The need for qualitative research to understand ranch management. Journal of Range Management. 57(6):668-674.
Anderson D.M..  2006.  Virtual Fencing - A Concept into Reality. Proceedings of the Spatial Grazing Behaviour Workshop, CSIRO Livestock Industries. :61-91.
Anderson D.M..  2001.  Virtual fencing - a prescription range animal management tool for the 21st century. Proceedings of the Tracking Animals with GPS Conference. :85-94.
Bishop-Hurley G.J., Swain D.L., Anderson D.M., Sikka P., Crossman C., Corke P..  2007.  Virtual Fencing Applications: Implementing and Testing an Automated Cattle Control System. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 56:14-22.
Anderson D.M..  2005.  Virtual Fencing - Automated Animal Control in the 21st Century. Livestock Horizons CSIRO Livestock Industries Research Magazine. 1:13.
Anderson D.M..  2007.  Virtual Fencing - past, present and future. The Rangeland Journal. 29:65-78.
Anderson D.M..  2013.   Virtual Fencing-A Corrective or Substantive Paradigm. 4TH AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SPATIALLY ENABLED LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT SYMPOSIUM .
Anderson D.M., Estell R.E., Holechek JL, Ivey S, Smith G.  2014.  Virtual herding for flexible livestock management - a review. The Rangeland Journal. 36:205-221.
Gillan JK, Karl J.  2015.  Visualizing and quantifying microtopographic change of dryland landscapes from an unmanned aircraft system. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Prieto AEscobar.  1968.  Vitamin A injections for range beef cows.
Lucero M.E., Morrison A., Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E., Richman D..  2006.  Volatile composition of Guiterrizia sarothrae (broom snakeweed) as determined by steam distillation and solid phase microextraction. Journal of Essential Oil Research. 18:121-125.
Morrison A., Lucero M.E., Fredrickson E.L., Remmenga M.D., Richman D..  2002.  Volatile compositions of root-borer infested and uninfested samples of Gutierrezia sarothrae (broom snakeweed). 55th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :8.
Fredrickson E.L., Estell R.E., Remmenga M.D..  2007.  Volatile compounds on the leaf surface of intact and regrowth tarbush (Flourensia cernua DC) canopies. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 33:1867-1875.