Jornada Bibliography

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Chili P.C.  1989.  Individual plant response to grazing treatments on the College Ranch in southern New Mexico.
Smith GTanner.  1993.  Influence of excellent and good condition Chihuahuan desert range on vegetation, cattle diets, and wildlife populations. :97.
Atwood TL.  1987.  Influence of livestock grazing and protection from livestock grazing on vegetational characteristics of Bouteloua eriopoda rangelands. :155.
McNeely RP.  1983.  Influence of mesquite on vegetational changes under two grazing strategies in southern New Mexico. :61.
Daniel AD.  1991.  Influence of range condition on density and diet of black-tailed jackrabbits and diet of cattle in southcentral New Mexico. :120.
Kay FR.  1974.  Influence of the burrow environment on body temperature, oxygen consumption and water loss of the banner-tailed kangaroo rat, Dipodomys spectabilis. :99.
Tembo A.  1990.  Influence of watering points and range condition on vegetation of the Chihuahuan desert. :127.
Sanchez FClemente.  1993.  Influences of range condition, cattle, and watering hole distribution on a pronghorn population in southcentral New Mexico. :130.
Templeton R.  2011.  Insights on seasonal fluxes in a desert shrubland watershed from a distributed sensor network. :171.
Hills JMyron.  1968.  Intake and digestability of range forage by Hereford and Santa Gertrudis cows. :61.
Kiesling HErnst.  1968.  Intake and digestibility of tobosa (Hilaria mutica) by grazing steers. :91.
Rebar CE.  1980.  Interactions in microhabitat use between Dipodomys ordii and Onychomys leucogaster. :41.
Vera-Cruz MTeresa R.  1990.  Interception of water by range plants and evaporation from soils in southwest New Mexico. :112.
Turnbull L.  2004.  An investigation into the effects of the transition from grassland to shrubland on hydrological connectivity in the Jornada Basin, New Mexico. :88.
Hestir KLee.  2011.  Land cover classification and change detection in drylands: an evaluation of remote sensing approaches. Geography. Master of Applied Geography:156.
Yu Y.  2011.   Land-use decision-making and landscape degradation: a case study in the American Southwest . Department of Geography. Doctor of Philosophy:277.
Warren AAlden.  1993.  Longterm mesquite control influences on Chihuahuan desert vegetation. :71.
Cruz-Mendoza J.  1975.  Maternal traits in Brangus cattle. :101.
Pamo ETedonkeng.  1983.  Mathematical approach to range condition in comparison to the SCS method. :189.
Ryder-White JAnne.  1980.  Microbial activity of a semidesert rangeland as affected by 2,4,5-T. :69.
Leite P.RDeMiran.  1977.  Milk production and composition, weight changes, and calf growth rate of Brangus, Hereford, and reciprocal crossbred cows under semidesert conditions. :101.
Chinolla-Ruiz OS.  1977.  Milk production of Hereford, Brangus and reciprocal crosses and its influence on the preweaning performance of calves. :67.
Neves APedreira d.  1974.  Milk production of Hereford cows. :45.
Richards SGlen.  1979.  Milk production, weight changes and preweaning growth rate of Brangus, Hereford and reciprocal crossbred cows under semidesert conditions. :63.
Howes DA.  1999.  Modeling runoff in a desert shrubland ecosystem, Jornada Basin, New Mexico. :204.
Pilz WR.  1983.  Nesting ecology and diet of Swainson's hawk in the Chihuahuan Desert, south-central New Mexico. :30.
Woods DEugene.  1970.  Nitrogen transformations in a desert grassland soil. :50.
Repass RGlenn.  1980.  Nutrient aspect of optimal foraging behavior. :37.
Schaefer DA.  1980.  Nutrient cycling by the subterranean termite Gnathamitermes tubiformans on a desert bajada. :68.
Hinojosa JAntonio.  1983.  Nutritional value of cattle diets on continuously and seasonally grazed semidesert range. :48.
R. Trujillo L.  1977.  Nutritive evaluations of forage grazed from semidesert rangeland with assessment of seasonal trends and effects of dietary supplements. :62.
Nava G.  1970.  Occurrence of vegetation and emergence of species from surface soil collected on two southwestern desert range sites. :30.
Pease DShelley.  1967.  Opal phytoliths as indicators of paleosols. :81.
Stolzenburg HWilliam.  1986.  Oral delivery of placebo baits to free-ranging coyotes in southern New Mexico. :49.
Hansen NKay.  2008.  Patterns of soil and vegetation change associated with grassland-shrubland transitions: a case study. :152.
Morrical DGene.  1984.  Performance and diet quality of goats grazing creosotebush dominated rangeland and their effect on plant community. :83.
Young SA.  1980.  Phenological development and impact of season and intensity of defoliation on Sporobolus flexuosus and Bouteloua eriopoda. :110.
Shiffler WJ.  1968.  Phenology of desert ephemerals in southern New Mexico.
Romo A.  1954.  Phenotypic and genetic relationships between type and weight of range cattle at different periods. :27.
Meltzer KHoward.  1973.  Physiological and ecological aspects of aestivation of recently metamorphosed desert anurans.
Briede J-W.  1990.  The physiological ecology of Gutierrezia sarothrae (Pursh) Rusby in the Chihuahuan desert of southern New Mexico. :115.
Prieto, Jr. AA.  1967.  Physiological responses to temperature in the horned lizards Phrynosoma cornutum and Phrynosoma douglassi. :25.
Wooten R.C.  1973.  Physiology of the desert millipede Orthoporus ornatus.
Suliman MMohamed.  1981.  Population dynamics of grass-forb complexes on a semidesert range and some demographic aspects of James rushpea (Hoffmanseggia jamesii Torr. and Gray). :169.
Conley MReeves.  1984.  Population regulation and prey community impact of Geolycosa rafaelana (Chamberlin) (Araneae: Lycosidae). :68.
Ellstrom MAlan.  1973.  Populations and trophic structure of a desert grassland invertebrate community. :100.
Morupisi CNkatla.  1991.  Postweaning growth and cyclicity of barzona, beefmaster and brangus heifers grazing semidesert rangeland. :46.
Willemsma HA.  1980.  Postweaning growth and reproductive performance of Brangus and crossbred heifers. :47.
Winder JA.  1979.  Postweaning growth and reproductive performance of Hereford, Brangus, and reciprocal crossbred heifers. :63.
Elkins NZ.  1983.  Potential mediation of subterranean termites in infiltration, runoff, and erosional soil loss on a desert watershed. :137.