Jornada Bibliography

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2015
Peters DC, Havstad K, Archer SR, Sala O.E.  2015.  Beyond desertification: new paradigms for dryland landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):4-12.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner J, Hendrickson J, Sanderson M, Blair J, Collins SL.  2015.  Can we use the past as a lens to the future? Using historic events to predict regional grassland and shrubland responses to multi-year drought or wet periods under climate change 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Peters DC.  2015.  Ecological challenges posed by climate uncertainty. The Economic and Financial Risks of a Changing Climate; Insights from Leading Experts. :8.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner J, Hendrickson J, Sanderson M, Blair J.M., Collins SL.  2015.  Forecasting regional grassland and shrubland responses to directional changes in climate using multi-year dry or wet period. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
Peters DC, Yao J, N. Burruss D, Havstad K, Sala O.E, Derner JD, Hendrickson JR, Sanderson MA, Blair JM, Collins SL.  2015.  Forecasting regional grassland and shrubland responses to directional changes in climate using multi-year dry or wet periods. LTER 2015 All Scientists Meeting .
Peters DC, Bestelmeyer BT, Bestelmeyer BT, Havstad K, H. Monger C, Okin GS, Sala O.E, Vivoni ER, Archer SR, Duniway M.  2015.  The Jornada Basin long term ecological research program. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
Pierce N, Archer SR, Bestelmeyer BT.  2015.  Location, location, location: The influence of plant neighborhood configuration on grass-shrub interactions. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America (ESA).
Rachal DM, Okin GS, Alexander C., Herrick JE, Peters DC.  2015.  Modifying landscape connectivity by reducing wind driven sediment redistribution, northern Chihuahuan Desert, USA. Aeolian Research. 17:129-137.
Ramirez G, Peters DC, Havstad K, Cushing J, Tweedie CE, Fuentes O, Villanueva-Rosales N.  2015.  Knowledge, Learning, Analysis System (KLAS). 2015 LTER All Scientist Meeting.
Rango A, Steele C, Elias E, Havstad K.  2015.  Climate change effects in the southwestern states of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, California and Hawaii. National Association of Environmental Professionals Annual Conference 2015.
Rango A, Crimmins M, Elias E, Steele C, Weiss J.  2015.  Connecting stakeholders and climate science: A summary of farmer, rancher, and forester climate data needs and climate change attitudes. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Rango A, Steele C, Elias E, Havstad K.  2015.  USDA Southwest climate hub for climate change. Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop (CPASW).
Ratajczak Z, Collins SL, D'Odorico P, Nippert J, Isbell F, Bestelmeyer BT.  2015.  The temporal dimension of regime shifts: How long can ecosystems operate beyond critical thresholds before transitions become irreversible? 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Rossi M.J., Ares J, Fernald A, Rango A, Elias E.  2015.  Thin scale ecohydrological data and relations at semi-arid regions: a methodological approach. New Mexico Water Conference.
Sala O.E, Gherardi LA, Peters DC.  2015.  Enhanced precipitation variability effects on water losses and ecosystem functioning: differential response of arid and mesic regions. Climate Change. 131(2):213-227.
Salley S.W., Gronemeyer P, Talbot C, Brown J..  2015.  Historical perspectives and recommendations for revision of Agricultural Handbook 296. 2015 National Cooperative Soil Survey National Conference.
Salley S, Talbot C, Brown J..  2015.  Historical Perspectives and Recommendations for revision of the Agricultural Handbook 296 . NRCS - NCSS Webinar Series.
Schaap M, Zhang Y, Xu C, Levi M, Rasmussen C, Larsen J.  2015.  Preserving heterogeneity and consistency in hydrological model inversions by adjusting pedotransfer functions. 3rd Brazilian Soil Physics Meeting.
Shao Y, Nickling W, Bergametti G, Butler H, Chappel A, Findlater P, Gillies J, Ishizuka M, Klose M, Kok JF et al..  2015.  A tribute to Michael R. Raupach for contributions to aeolian fluid dynamics. Aeolian Research. 19:37-54.
Shriver RK.  2015.  Quantifying how short-term environmental variation leads to long-term demographic responses to climate change. Journal of Ecology. :1-12.
Silver S.J., E. Rinkes T, Nauble D, Makela P, Nance D, Karl J.  2015.  Sage-grouse habitat assessment framework: multi-scale habitat assessment tool. Technical Reference 6710-1
Steele C, Elias E, Bestelmeyer S, Haan-Amato SS, Deswood H, Rango A, Havstad K.  2015.  Climate change and the water cycle: A new southwest regional climate hub curriculum unit for 6th-12th grade students. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Steele C, Elias E, Rango A, Havstad K.  2015.  Climate change, diversified agriculture and adaptive capacity in Hawaii. 13th Annual Climate Predictions Workshop, NOAA National Weather Service.
Steele C, Elias E, Moffitt A, Beltran I, Rango A.  2015.  Dust-on-snow and the timing of peak streamflow in the upper Rio Grande. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Stewart W.C, Whitney T.R., Scholljegerdes E.J., Naumann H.D., Cherry N.M., Muir J.P., Lambert B.D., Walker J.W., Adams R.P., Welch K.D. et al..  2015.  Effects of Juniperus species and stage of maturity on nutritional, in vitro digestibility, and plant secondary compound characteristics. Journal of Animal Science. 93:4034-4047.
Svejcar LN, Bestelmeyer BT, Duniway M.C., James DK.  2015.  Scale-dependent feedbacks between patch size and plant reproduction in desert grassland. Ecosystems. 18(1):146-153.
Vandegehuchte ML, Sylvain ZA, Reichmann LG, de Tomasel CMilano, Nielsen UN, Wall DH, Sala O.E.  2015.  Responses of a desert nematode community to changes in water availability. Ecosystems. 6(3)
Webb N, Herrick JE, Hugenholtz C, Zobeck TM, Okin GS.  2015.  A national wind erosion research network. 18th International Soil Conservation Organization Conference.
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.
Yahdjian L, Sala O.E, Havstad K.  2015.  Rangeland ecosystem services: shifting focus from supply to reconciling supply and demand. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):44-51.
Yao J, Peters DC.  2015.  Projected future distribution of an invasive grass, Lehmann lovegrass, in the Chihuahuan Desert. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
Yao J, Peters DC.  2015.  Simulated distribution of an invasive grass, Lehmann lovegrass, in the Chihuahuan Desert under future climate scenarios. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
2014
Anderson D.M., Estell R, Schrader T. S.  2014.  Calculating foraging area using global navigation satellite system (GNSS) technology. Rangelands. :31-35.
Anderson D.M..  2014.  Stock density managed in real-time. Precision Agriculture News. 10(2):15.
Anderson D.M., Estell R.E., Holechek JL, Ivey S, Smith G.  2014.  Virtual herding for flexible livestock management - a review. The Rangeland Journal. 36:205-221.
Archer SR, Predick KI.  2014.  An ecosystem services perspective on brush management: research priorities for competing land-use objectives. Journal of Ecology. 102(6):1394-1407.
Bestelmeyer BT.  2014.  Deforestation of "degraded" rangelands: The Argentine Chaco enters the next state of the anthropocene. Rangelands. 36(4):36-39.
Briske DD, Bestelmeyer BT, Brown J..  2014.  Savory’s unsubstantiated claims should not be confused with multipaddock grazing. Rangelands. 36(1):39-42.
Browning D.M., Franklin J, Archer SR, Gillan JK, D. Guertin P.  2014.  Spatial patterns of grassland-shrubland state transitions: a 74-year record on grazed and protected areas. Ecological. 24(6):1421-1433.
Chappell A, Webb N, Rossel RV, Bui E.  2014.  Australian net (1950s-1990) soil organic carbon erosion: implications for CO2 emission and land-atmosphere modelling. Biogeosciences. 11:5235-5244.
Chappell A., Guerschman J.P., Leys J., Handcock R., Thomas D., Mata G., Butler H., Webb N.  2014.  Retrieving land surface aerodynamic properties using MODIS albedo . Eighth International Conference on Aeolian Research (ICAR VIII). :p.8.
Cibils AF, Utsumi SA, Estell R.E..  2014.  Using goats and sheep to control juniper saplings: what we've learned. Corona Range and Livestock Research Center. :11-12.
Coffman JM, Bestelmeyer BT, Kelly J.F., Wright TF, Schooley RL.  2014.  Restoration practices have positive effects on breeding bird species of concern in the Chihuahuan Desert.
Collins SL, Belnap J, Grimm N.B., Rudgers J.A., Dahm C., D'Odorico P, Litvak M., Natvig D.O., Peters DC, Pockman W.T. et al..  2014.  A multiscale, hierarchical model of pulse dynamics in arid-land ecosystems. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 45:397-419.
Cosentino BJ, Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer BT, Kelly J.F., Coffman JM.  2014.  Constraints and time lags for recovery of a keystone species (Dipodomys spectabilis) after landscape restoration. Landscape Ecology. 29:665-675.
Cosentino B, Schooley R.L, Bestelmeyer BT, McCarthy A., Sierzega K.  2014.  Landscape restoration supports genetic connectivity among populations of a keystone species. 99th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Elias E, Leband D, Dougherty M, Lockaby G, Srivastava P.  2014.  The public water supply protection value of forests: A watershed-scale ecosystem services based upon total organic carbon. Open Journal of Ecology. 4:517-531.
Elias E, Rango A, Steele C, Mejia J, Baca R, James D, Schrader T. S.  2014.  Simulated impact of climate change on hydrology of multiple watersheds using traditional and recommended snowmelt runoff model methodology. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2014.
Estell R.E., Havstad K, Cibils AF, Anderson D.M., Schrader T. S.  2014.  The changing role of shrubs in rangeland-based livestock production systems: Can shrubs increase our forage supply? Rangelands. 36(2):25-31.
Estell R.E., Utsumi S.A., Cibils AF, Anderson D.M..  2014.  Is differential use of Juniperus monosperma by small ruminants driven by terpenoid concentration. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 40:285-293.

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