Jornada Bibliography

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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.
Reichmann LG.  2011.  Precipitation legacies on the functioning of arid ecosystems: biogeochemical and meristem density controls.
Elkins NZane.  1980.  Predaceous microathropods as potential regulators of microbial grazing during litter decomposition in a Chihuahuan desert ecosystem. :45.
Ghaly MYousif.  1980.  Pronghorn antelope studies on the Jornada del Muerto. :50.
Saiwana LL.  1990.  Range condition effects of scaled quail in southcentral New Mexico. :114.
Brown MFrederick.  1983.  Relationship between termites, straw amendment and the growth of Erioneuron pulchellum in a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem. :109.
Siriphant C.  1971.  The relationship of organic carbon content to carbonate and soluble Ca and Mg content in some New Mexico soils. :65.
Cline RC.  1959.  Relationship of weight of stocker calves and winter rations to pasture gains. :36.
Lightfoot DC.  1988.  Relationships between creosotebush productivity and associated foliage arthropod assemblages. :159.
Gallagher GR.  1984.  Relationships between heifer traits and subsequent cow productivity measures in Hereford, Brangus and reciprocal crossbred cows. :57.
Silva SInacia.  1984.  The relative contributions of termites and microarthropods to fluff grass litter disappearance in the Chihuahuan Desert. :38.
Lane J.D.  1962.  The reproductive cycle of Dipodomys ordii and Dipodomys merriami in southern New Mexico. :28.
McKinney HH.  1975.  Reproductive effort in some Chihuahuan Desert annuals. :30.
Freas K.  1978.  Reproductive strategies in desert annuals: test of a fixed germination hypothesis. :23.
Stephens GA, Whitford WG.  1989.  Response of black grama grass, Bouteloua eriopoda, to water and nitrogen in a northern Chihuahuan Desert grassland. :53.
Hoefler, Jr. WC.  1984.  Response of creosotebush and mesquite communities after applying hexazinone. :109.
Miller RFrank.  1976.  Response of five southwestern range plants to season of defoliation. :104.
Roth TE.  1983.  Response of three species of globemallow to germination treatments. :55.
Beres LAnn.  1993.  Response potential of three perennial desert grasses to various disturbances. :94.
Baggs JE.  1997.  The role of Bouteloua eriopoda in the community structure and ecosystem function of a semi-arid grassland. Department of Biology. M.S.:75.
Santos PFernando D.  1979.  The role of microarthropods and nematodes in litter decomposition in a Chihuahuan desert ecosystem. :82.
Müller ENora.  2004.  Scaling approaches to the modelling of water, sediment and nutrient fluxes within semi-arid landscapes, Jornada Basin, New Mexico. :271.
Almeida-Martinez MRicardo.  1981.  Seasonal defoliation and growth responses of Muhlenbergia porteri Scribn. Ex Beal. in pure stands and in association with Larrea tridentata (DC) Coville, with emphasis on structural analysis.. :126.
King D.W.  1991.  Seasonal diet quality, intake, and fecal output estimates of steers grazing semidesert rangeland.
Wahl CRex.  1979.  Seasonal, interspecific, and intraspecific variation in the mobbing response of desert birds to different predator types. :65.
Cunningham LMichelle.  2008.  Sediment transport & vegetation change: A Study Using Medium-Scale Landscape Units as Indicators of the Influence of a Vegetation Transition on Sediment Production - Jornada Experimental Range, New Mexico. :186pp.
Jackson CV.  1928.  Seed Germination in Certain New Mexico Range Grasses. :25.
Korzdorfer EJay.  1968.  Seeding, furrowing, brush removal, and rabbit exclusion effects on creosotebush-infested sites. :54.
Lister D.  2007.  Small-scale erosion-driven nutrient dynamics in different vegetation communities in Jornada, New Mexico: implications for land degradation.
Phillips MDawn.  1986.  Soil and vegetation factors influencing den site selection of a Chihuahuan Desert rodent assembly. :37.
Hennessy JThomas.  1981.  Soil movement and vegetational changes over a forty-five year period in south-central New Mexico. :108.
Russell JWilliam.  1973.  Soil-plant-livestock-weather relationships of a range ecosystem: interactive timeshare regression and simulation model approaches. :94.
Hoover KDean.  1973.  Some ecological factors influencing the distributions of two species of pocket mice (genus Perognathus). :81.
Welsh RG.  1972.  Some ecological relationships between creosotebush (Larrea tridentata DC.) and bush muhly (Muhlenbergia porteri Scribn).
Hickman GWayne.  1974.  Some effects of carbamate insecticide on primary producers in a desert grassland ecosystem. :24.
Tarassoum T.D.  1982.  Some effects of clipping on the developmental morphology of mesa dropseed (Sporobolus flexuosus (Thurb.) Rhyb.). :69.
Torres-Hernandez G.  1974.  Some factors influencing fall weights of cows under southern New Mexico range conditions. :42.
Delson RKoskela.  1975.  Some reproductive aspects of three Chihuahuan Desert Nyctaginaceae. :42.
Pizarro JGCepeda.  1986.  Spatial and temporal patterns of decomposition and microarthropod assemblages in decomposing surface leaf-litter on a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. :245.
Nakamatsu VBeatriz.  1989.  Spatial behavior and diet selection of cattle and bonded and non-bonded small ruminants grazing arid rangeland. :112.
Alberico MStephen.  1978.  Species diversity of nocturnal rodents in disturbed desert-grassland habitats. :80.
Martinez-Meza E.  1994.  Stemflow, throughfall, and root water channelization by three arid land shrubs in southern New Mexico. :81.
Lightfoot DC.  1985.  Substrate utilization and guild structure in desert grasshopper assemblages. :60.
Glidewell EDwain.  1970.  Suitable habitat as a factor limiting pronghorn numbers on the Jornada Experimental Range. :28.