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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.
Barger N.N, Archer SR, Campbell J.L, Huang C.H, Morton J., Knapp A.K..  2011.  Woody plant proliferation in North American drylands: a synthesis of impacts on ecosystem carbon balance. Journal Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences. 116
Fredrickson E.L., Herrick JE, Havstad K, Winder J..  1996.  Working together to restore desert rangelands. International Conference, Society for Ecological Restoration. :54.
Wall D.H., Virginia R.A.  2000.  The world beneath our feet: Soil biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Nature and Human Society: The Quest for a Sustainable World. :225-241.
Anderson D.M..  1999.  Would managing a flerd benefit your bottom line? Pastoral Memo-Southern Rangelands, Agriculture, Western Australia. 5:26-27.

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