Jornada Bibliography

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Eldridge D.J., Whitford WG.  2009.  Soil distrubance by native animals along grazing gradients in an arid grassland. Journal of Arid Environments. 73:1144-1148.
Smith JG, Eldridge D.J., Throop HL.  2012.  Landform and vegetation patch type moderate the effects of grazing-induced disturbance on carbon and nitrogen pools in a semi-arid woodland. Plant and Soil. 360:405-419.
Delgado-Baquerizo M, Bardgett R, Vitousek PM, Maestre FT, Williams MA, Eldridge D.J., Lambers H, Neuhauser S, Gallardo A, García-Velázquez L et al..  2019.  Changes in below ground biodiversity during ecosystem development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116:6891–6896.
Eldridge D.J., Whitford WG.  2009.  Badger (Taxidea taxus) disturbances increase soil heterogeneity in a degraded shrub-steppe ecosystem. Journal of Arid Environment. :66-73.
Eldridge D.J., Koen TB, Killgore A, Huang N, Whitford WG.  2012.  Animal foraging as a mechanism for sediment movement and soil nutrient development: Evidence from the semi-arid Australian woodlands and the Chihuahuan Desert. Geomorphology. 157-158:131-141.
Eldridge D.J., Whitford WG, Duval B.D..  2009.  Animal disturbances promote shrub maintenance in a desertified grassland. Journal of Ecology. 97:1302-1310.