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Gillette D.E, H. Monger C.  2006.  Eolian processes across the Jornada basin. Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem. The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. :189-210.
Gillette D.E, Herrick JE, Herbert G.A..  2006.  Wind characteristics of mesquite streets in the northern Chihuahuan desert, New Mexico, USA. Environmental Fluid Mechanics. 6:241-275.
Gillette D.E, Ono D., Richmond K..  2004.  A combined modeling and measurement technique for estimating wind-blown dust emissions at Owens (dry) Lake, CA. Journal of Geophysical Research. 109:1-23.
Gillette D.E, Pitchford A.M..  2004.  Sand flux in the northern Chihuahuan desert, New Mexico, USA, and the influence of mesquite-dominated landscapes. Journal of Geophysical Research. 109
Gillette D.E, Lawson, Jr. RE, Thompson RS.  2004.  A ‘‘test of concept’’ comparison of aerodynamic and mechanical resuspension mechanisms for particles deposited on field rye grass (Secale cercele). Part 1. Relative particle flux rates. Atmospheric Environment. 38:4789-4797.
Gillette D.E, Lawson, Jr. RE, Thompson RS.  2004.  A ‘‘test of concept’’ comparison of aerodynamic and mechanical resuspension mechanisms for particles deposited on field rye grass (Secale cercele). Part 2. Threshold mechanical energies for resuspension particle fluxes. Atmospheric Environment. 38:4799-4803.
Gillette D.E.  2002.  The long-distance A ‘transportable fraction’ of the vertical flux of wind-transported dust. Proceedings of ICAR5/GCTE-SEN Joint Conference, International Center for Arid and Semiarid Lands Studies. Publication 02-2
Gillette D.E, Chen W.  2001.  Particle production and aeolian transport from a "supply-limited" source area in the Chihuahuan desert, New Mexico, United States. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106:5267-5278.
Gillette D.E, Niemeyer TC, Helm P.  2001.  Supply-limited horizontal sand drift at an ephemerally crusted, unvegetated saline playa. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106:18085-18098.
Gillette D.E.  1999.  A qualitative geophysical explanation for "hot spot" dust emitting source regions. Contributions to Atmospheric Physics.