Jornada Bibliography

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Bailey OF.  1925.  Water availability and grass root distribution in selected soils. :67.
Edwards JWyatt.  1975.  Water balance and assimilation efficiency of the horned lizard, Phrynosoma cornutum: a field study. :21.
Conley, Jr. MIssac.  1966.  Water balance and thermoneutrality in the grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster).
Tromble J.M..  1988.  Water budget for creosotebush-infested rangeland. Journal of Arid Environment. 15:71-74.
Reichmann LG, Sala O.E, Peters DC.  2013.  Water controls on nitrogen transformations and stocks in an arid ecosystem. Ecosphere. 4(1):Article11.
Rango A., Havstad K.  2009.  Water harvesting applictions for rangelands. National Association of Environmental Professionals 34th Annual Conference on Making Sustainability Happen: Goal, Practices and Challenges.
Tromble J.M..  1988.  Water interception by two arid land shrubs. Journal of Arid Environment. 15:65-70.
Whitford WG, Kay CAnn, Schumacher AM.  1976.  Water loss in Chihuahuan Desert ants. Physiological Zoology. 48:390-397.
Tromble J.M., Gibbens, Robert P..  1977.  Water management on a semiarid native rangeland in the Southwest. 13th Annual Water Resources Association Conference. :1071.
Tromble J.M., Gibbens, Robert P., Herbel C.H..  1977.  Water ponding for increasing soil water. 30th Annual Meeting, Society for Range Management. :51-52.
Tromble J.M..  1982.  Water ponding for increasing soil water on arid rangelands. Journal of Range Management. 35:601-603.
Hennessy J.T., Gibbens, Robert P., Tromble J.M., Cardenas M..  1983.  Water properties of caliche. Journal of Range Management. 36:723-726.
Wood M.K, Tromble J.M..  1980.  Water quality control from livestock management. Proceedings of the 2nd International-American Conference on Salinity and Water Management Technology. :21.
Crawford C.S.  1972.  Water relations in a desert millipede Orthoporus ornatus (Girard) (Spirostreptidae). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 42A:521-535.
DeGarmo, Jr. HCecil.  1966.  Water requirement and production of eight desert plant species under four soil levels. :45.
Tromble J.M..  1977.  Water requirements for mesquite (Prosopis juliflora). Journal of Hydrology. 34:171-179.
Rango A., Martinec J..  1997.  Water storage in mountain basins from satellite snow cover monitoring . Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems for Design and Operation of Water Resources Systems. :83-91.
Hollanders P.  1992.  Waterbalance of a bare soil in an arid environment. :74.
Rango A., Havstad K.  2009.  Water-harvesting applications for rangelands revisited. Environmental Practice. 11:84-94.
Stone WJ.  1980.  Water-resources information available from New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources.
Canfield R.H..  1939.  Ways and means to minimize the ill effects of drought on black grama ranges. :7.
Stauffer NG, McCord SE, Karl J.  2019.  A web interface for creating random, spatially balanced landscape monitoring designs. Society for Range Management.
Tartowski, Sandy L., James D.K..  2009.  Weed management using goats: Effects on water infiltration rate. Society for Range Management. :75-7.
Karl J, Unnasch RS.  2015.  Weighing the costs of different errors when determining statistical significant during monitoring. 68th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting.
McIntosh M.M, Cibils A, Estell RE, Soto-Navarro S.A., Gonzalez AL, Nyamuryekung'e S., Spiegal S.  2018.  Weight gain and behavior of Raramuri Criollo versus Corriente steers developed on Chihuahuan Desert rangeland. Society for Range Management Meeting. January 28-February 2, 2018
McIntosh M.M, Cibils AF, Estell R.E., Soto-Navarro S., Gonzalez AL, Nyamuryekung'e S., Spiegal S.  2017.  Weight gain and behavior of Raramuri Criollo versus crossbred steers developed on Chihuahuan Desert rangeland. 70th Annual Society for Range Management Meeting. Jan. 29 - Feb. 2, 2017
Havstad K, Peters DC, Allen-Diaz B., Bestelmeyer BT, Briske D., Brown J., Brunson M., Herrick JE, Johnson P., Joyce L. et al..  2009.  The western United States rangelands, a major resource. Grassland, Quietness and Strength for a New American Agriculture.
Ares F.N., Martin S.C..  1944.  What calf crop for profit? The New Mexico Stockman. 9:3,5,6.
Casanova L.R., Bestelmeyer BT.  2008.  What can ant diversity-energy relationships tell us about land use and land change (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)? Myremecological News. 11:183-190.
Ares F.N..  1943.  What does a range calf cost? The New Mexico Stockman. 8:3-4.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Herrick JE, Havstad K.  2003.  What does an ecological threshold look like? Proceedings of the VIIth International Rangelands Congress. :688-690.
Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J., Havstad K.  2002.  What does an ecological threshold look like? Scale-dependent causes of a grassland-shrubland transition 87th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :319.
Sedillo R.L., Lucero M.E., Barrow J.R., Reyes-Vera I..  2006.  What does an endophyte look like? Endophyte profiles of native grasses and shrubs Wildland Shrub Symposium Proceedings.
Canfield R.H..  1943.  What is conservative grazing? The Cattleman. 29:16,18.
Pyke D.A., Herrick JE, Shaver P.L., Pellant M..  2003.  What is the standard for rangeland health assessments? VIIth International Rangelands Congress. :764-766.
Steele C, Gutierrez P, Aney S, Elias EH, Reyes JJon T, Deswood H.  2019.  What makes southwestern communities resilient to climate change? American Geophysical Union.
Miller J.R., Bestelmeyer BT.  2017.  What the novel ecosystem concept provides: A reply to Kattan et al.. Restoration Ecology. 25:488-490.
Throop H.L., Archer SR, H. Monger C, Waltman S..  2012.  When bulk density methods matter: implications for estimating soil organic carbon pools in coarse soils. Journal of Arid Environments. 77:66-71.
Throop H.L., Archer SR, H. Monger C, Waltman S.W.  2011.  When bulk density methods matter: Implications for estimating soil organic carbon pools in rocky soils. Journal of Arid Environments. 77:66-71.
Lucero M.E., Barrow J.R..  2005.  Whose genes are we sequencing? Evidence for the presence of multiple genomes in native and regenerated high plants American Society of Plant Biologists. :PaperNo.33.
Gillette D.A, Herrick JE, Herbert G.A..  2006.  Wind characteristics of mesquite streets in the northern Chihuahuan desert, New Mexico, USA. Environmental Fluid Mechanics. 6:241-275.
Belnap J, Phillips S.L., Herrick JE, Johansen J.R..  2007.  Wind erodibility of soils at Fort Irwin, California (Mojave Desert), USA, before and after trampling disturbance: implications for land management. Earth Surface Porcesses and Landforms. 32:75-84.
Pierre C, Webb N, Rajot J-L, Kergoat L, ABDOURHAMANE A.  2019.  Wind erosion as a footprint of evolving Sahelian agro-pastoral systems: A case study in southwestern Niger. European Geoscience Union General Assembly.
Gould W.L..  1982.  Wind erosion curtailed by controlling mesquite. Journal of Range Management. 35:563-566.
Gillies JA, Nield JM, Nickling WG.  2014.  Wind speed and sediment transport recovery in the lee of a vegetated and denuded nebkha within a nebkha dune field. Aeolian Research. 12:135-141.
Webb N, Herrick JE, Clingan S, Cooper B, Courtright E, LaPlante V, Van Zee J.  2015.  winderosionnetwork.org – Portal to the National Wind Erosion Research Network. AGU Fall Meeting.
Zak J.C, Sinsabaugh R., MacKay W.P.  1995.  Windows of opportunity in desert ecosystems: Their implications to fungal community development. Canadian Journal of Botany. 73S:1407-1414.
Estell R.E., James D.K., Fredrickson E.L., Anderson D.M..  2013.  Within-plant distribution of volatile compounds on the leaf surface of Flourensia cernua. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. 48:144-150.
Schreiner-McGraw AP, Vivoni ER, Ajami H, Sala OE, Throop HL, Peters DC.  2020.  Woody Plant Encroachment has a Larger Impact than Climate Change on Dryland Water Budgets. Scientific Reports. 10(8112)
Peters DC, Yao J, Gosz J.R..  2006.  Woody Plant Invasion at a Semi-arid Transition Zone: Importance of Ecosystem Type to Colonization and Patch Expansion. Journal of Vegetation Science. 17:389-396.

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