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Conference Paper
Edwards B, Webb N, Cooper B, Courtright E, Duniway MC, Newingham B, Pierson FB, Scott D, Tatarko J, Tedela NH et al..  2021.  Building a wind erosion and dust emission model for rangelands using National Wind Erosion Research Network data . 2021 LTAR Annual Meeting.
Toledo D., Herrick JE, Abbott L.  2005.  Development of wildlife habitat quality indicators from common vegetation measurements. Society for Range Management, 58th Annual Meeting and Trade Show. :PaperNo.347.
Godinez-Alvarez H., Herrick JE, Mattocks M., Toledo D..  2008.  Do sampling methods differ in their utility for ecological monitoring? Comparison of line-point intercept, grid-point intercept, and ocular estimate methods Ecological Society fo America Abstracts. :PS83-125.
Herrick JE, Alexander R., Bash D., Bestelmeyer BT, Biggam P., Brown JR, Havstad K, Laliberte AS, Toledo D., Tugel A.J..  2004.  An integrated framework for multi-objective inventory, assessment, and monitoring. Sixth Symposium on the Natural Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region. :28.
Godinez-Alvarez H., Herrick JE, Mattocks M., Toledo D., Van Zee J.  2008.  Line-point intercept, grid-point intercept,and ocular estimate methods: their relative value for rangeland assessment and monitoring. Society for Range Management Annual Meeting. :2380.
Journal Article
Duniway MC, Herrick JE, Pyke D.A., Toledo D..  2010.  Assessing transportation infrastructure impacts on rangelands: Test of a standard rangeland assessment protocol. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 63(5):524-536.
Toledo D., Herrick JE, Abbott L.  2010.  A comparison of cover pole with standard vegetation monitoring methods. Journal of Wildlife Management. 74(3):600-604.
Godinez-Alvarez H., Herrick JE, Mattocks M., Toledo D., Van Zee J.  2009.  Comparison of three vegetation monitoring methods: Their relative utility for ecological assessment and monitoring. Ecological Indicators. 9:1001-1008.
Toledo D., Abbott L, Herrick JE.  2007.  Cover pole design for easy transport, assembly and field use. Journal of Wildlife Management. 72:564-567.
Webb N, Van Zee J, Karl JW, Herrick JE, Courtright E, Billings B, Boyd R, Chappell A., Duniway MC, Derner J.D et al..  2017.  Enhancing wind erosion monitoring and assessment for US rangelands. Rangelands. 39:85-96.
Toledo D., Sanderson MA, Herrick JE, Goslee S.  2014.  An integrated approach to grazingland ecological assessments and management interpretations. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69(4):110A-114A
Spiegal S., Webb N, Boughton EH, Boughton RK, Brymer ABentley, Clark PE, Collins C D.Holifield, Hoover DL, Kaplan N.E, McCord S et al..  2022.  Measuring the social and ecological performance of agricultural innovations on rangelands: Progress and plans for an indicator framework in the LTAR network. Rangelands. :1-11.
Webb N, Herrick JE, Van Zee J, Courtright E, Hugenholtz C, Zobeck TM, Okin GS, Barchyn T, Billings B, Boyd R et al..  2016.  The National Wind Erosion Research Network: Building a standardized long-term data resource for aeolian research, modeling and land management. Aeolian Research. 22:23-36.
Edwards B, Webb N, Galloza M, Van Zee J, Courtright E, Cooper B, Metz L, Herrick JE, Okin GS, Duniway MC et al..  2021.  Parameterizing an aeolian erosion (AERO) model for rangelands. Aeolian Research. 54
Davidson A.D., Ponce E, Lightfoot DC, Fredrickson E.L., Brown JR, Burzado J., Toledo D., Brantley S.L., Sierra R., Lisk R. et al..  2010.  Rapid response of a grassland ecosystem to an experimental manipulation of a keystone rodent and domestic livestock. Ecology. 91(11):3189-3200.
Brymer ABentley, Toledo D., Spiegal S., Pierson FB, Clark PE, Wulfhorst J.D.  2020.  Social-Ecological Processes and Impacts Affect Individual and Social Well-Being in a Rural Western U.S. Landscape. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. 4(Article 38)
Herrick JE, Shaver P.L, Pyke D.A., Pellant M., Toledo D., Lepak N.  2019.  A Strategy for Defining the Reference for Land Health and Degradation Assessments. Ecological Indicators. 97:225-230.