Jornada Bibliography

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Butler T.J., Tartowski, Sandy L., Bashkin V.N., Lychagin M.Y., Sisengalieva G., Yergaliyev T..  2003.  Hydrologic input, nutrient and pollutant budgets, and biotic components of the North Caspian Sea. 17th Biennial Meeting of the Estuarine Research Federation.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Rodriguez LL, MCVEY DAVIDS, Elias E, PELZEL-MCCLUSKEY ANGELAM, Savoy H, Derner JD, PAUSZEK STEVENH.  2019.  Using machine learning to model complex landscapes: predicting the geographic range of Vesicular Stomatitis across the western United States. Ecological Society of America Abstracts.
N. Burruss D, Yao J, Havstad K, Scroggs SLP.  2015.  Explaining abrupt spatial transitions in agro-ecosystem responses to periods of extended drought. 2015 LTER All Scientists Meeting.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Yao J, Havstad K, Scroggs SLP.  2015.  The ecology of catastrophic events: understanding abrupt spatial transitions in susceptibility of grasslands and croplands to multi-year drought. 100th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America.
Burruss DN, Peters DC.  2020.  Harnessing the power of AI technologies for ecology: Grass recovery in shrub dominated landscapes. Ecological Society of America.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Archer SR.  2018.  Invasive Plant Expansion on Spatially Heterogeneous Landscapes: Hot Spots and Hot Moments. Ecological Society of America.
Burnett S, Karl JW, Abbott L..  2011.  Modeling erosion in a southern New Mexico watershed using agwa: Sensitivity to variations of input precision and scale. 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management. p. 0217
Burkett L.M., Bestelmeyer BT, Tugel A.J..  2012.  A Field Guide to Pedoderm and Pattern Classes Version 2.3. :74.
Burkett L.M., Herrick JE.  2001.  Comparison of LCTA with an integrated soil and vegetation monitoring protocol for monitoring grassland, shrubland, and savanna ecosystems. 10th Annual Integrated Training Area Management Workshop. :99.
Burkett L.M., Herrick JE, Remmenga M.D., Reiser H..  2001.  Monitoring grassland, shrubland and savanna ecosystems: LCTA versus an integrated soil and vegetation monitoring protocol. 86th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :322.
Burke R, McCord S, Kachergis E, Jeffries M, Dickard M, Greene A, Herrick JE, Lepak N, Pilliod D, Prentice K.  2020.  Understanding ecological condition and change on rangelands managed by the Bureau of Land Management: An initial report. Ecological Society of America.
Burk JHarlan.  1970.  Comparative production of Larrea divaricata Cav. on three geomorphic surfaces in southern New Mexico. :40.
Buonopane M, Foster HLaura, Remmenga M.  2005.  Community response to removals of plant functional groups and species from a Chihuahuan Desert shrubland. Oikos. 110:67-80.
H. Bulloch, Jr. E, Neher RE.  1980.  Soil Survey of Dona Ana County Area, New Mexico. :177.
Buffington L.C., Herbel C.H..  1965.  Vegetational changes on a semidesert grassland range from 1858 to 1963. Ecological Monographs. 35:139-164.
Buffington LCharles.  1964.  Vegetational changes on a semidesert range from 1858 to 1963. :93.
Buenemann M., Wright J..  2010.  Southwest transformation: eras of growth and land change in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Southwestern Geographer. 14:57-87.
Buck B.J, Kipp J., H. Monger C.  2002.  Inverted clast stratigraphy in an eolian archaeological environment. Geoarchaeology. 17:665-687.
Buck B.J, H. Monger C.  1999.  Stable isotopes and soil-geomorphology as indicators of Holocene climate change, northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 43:357-373.
Buck B.J, Kipp J., H. Monger C.  1998.  Eolian stratigraphy of intrabasinal fault depressions in the northern Hueco and southern TularosaBasins: Evidence for neotectonic activity. New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 49th Field Conference, Las Cruces Country II. :79-86.
Bryson RA, Hayden B, Mitchell V, Webb, III T.  1970.  Some aspects of ecological climatology of the Jornada Experimental Range New Mexico. Simulation and Analysis of Dynamics of a Semi-Desert Grassland: An Interdisciplinary Workshop Program Toward Evaluating the Potential Ecological Impact of Weather Modification. :2-74.
Brymer ABentley, Toledo D, Spiegal SA, Pierson F.B., Clark P, 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)
Bryan K.S., Ansotegui R.P., Lacey J., Marlow C.B., Havstad K.  1990.  Composition and digestia kinetics of diets selected by suckling range calves. Proceedings of the Western Section Meeting, American Society of Animal Science. 41:264-267.
Brussaard L., Behan-Pelletier V.M, Bignell D.E, Brown V.K, Didden W.AM, Folgarait P.J, Fragoso C., Freckman D.W, Gupta V.SR, Hattori T. et al..  1997.  Biodiversity and ecosystem function in soil. Ambio. 26:563-70.
Brunt JW, Conley MR, Cunningham GL.  1988.  Sex in Ephedra trifurca (Ephredraceae) with relation to Chihuahuan Desert habitats. The American Midland Naturalist. 119:137-142.
Brubaker KL, Rango A.  1997.  A New Version of the Snowmelt Runoff Model Incorporating Radiation. The Environmental Professional . 19:109-116.
Brubaker K, Rango A, Kustas W.  1996.  Incorporating Radiation Inputs into the Snowmelt Runoff Model. Hydrological Process. 10:1329-1343.
Brubaker K.L, Rango A..  1996.  Response of Snowmelt Hydrology to Climate Change. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 90:335-343.
Browning DM, Crimmins T, James DKeith, Spiegal S, Levi MR, Anderson JP, Peters DC.  2018.  Synchronous species responses reveal phenological guilds: implications for management. Ecosphere. 9:1-23.
Browning D.M., Peters DC, Steele C.M., Rango A..  2010.  Field validation of biomass retrieved from Landsat for rangeland assessment and monitoring. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium Proceedings.
Browning D.M., Mattocks MM.  2012.  Phenological patterns of Chihuahuan desert perennial grasses and shrubs in normal and below-average precipitation years. 6th Annual Phenology Research and Observations of Southwest Ecosystems (PROSE) Symposium. Poster
Browning D.M., Laliberte, Andrea S., Rango A..  2010.  Species–specific contributions to moderate resolution vegetation indices derived from sub-decimeter aerial photography – Prospects for phenological monitoring. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote sensing Proceedings.
Browning D.M., Laliberte, Andrea S., Rango A., Moreno A..  2010.  Spatial autocorrelation of shrub cover in an arid rangleand ecosystem from 1937-2008. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing.
Browning D.M., Steele C.M..  2013.  Vegetation index differencing for broad-scale assessment of productivity under prolonged drought and sequential high rainfall conditions. Remote Sensing. 5(5):327-341.
Browning DM, Campos GPonce, Scott RL, Peters DC.  2018.  Phenocams bridge the gap between field and satellite observations: Applications from agroecosystems. US-International Association for Landscape Ecology.
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.
Browning D.M., Rango A, Karl JW, Laney CM, Vivoni ER, Tweedie C.  2015.  Emerging technological and cultural shifts advancing drylands research and management. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13(1):52-60.
Browning D.M., Duniway M.C., Laliberte, Andrea S., Rango A..  2012.  Hierarchial analysis of vegetation dynamics over 71 years: soil-rainfall interactions in a Chihuahuan Desert ecosystem. Ecological Applications. 22(3):909-926.
Browning DM, Snyder KA, Herrick JE.  2019.  Plant phenology: Taking the pulse of rangelands. Rangelands. 41:129-134.
Browning D.M., Laliberte, Andrea S., Rango A., Herrick JE.  2009.  Prospects of phenological monitoring in an arid southwestern U.S. rangeland using field observations with hyperspatial and moderate resolution imagery. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
Browning D.M., Franklin J., Archer SR.  2009.  Grazing effect on woody plant recruitment in a Sonoran Desert grassland across space and time. US International Association for Landscape Ecology.
Browning D.M., Archer SR, Franklin J., Guertin D.P.  2009.  Does livestock grazing influence spatial patterns of woody plant proliferation? Ecological Society of America Abstracts. :COS127-10.
Browning D.M., Archer SR, Byrne A.T..  2009.  Field validation of 1930s aerial photography: What are we missing? Journal of Arid Environments. 73:844-853.
Browning D.M..  2017.  Watching grass grow: Successes and limitations of image-based methods for monitoring grassland phenology. 12th International Congress of Ecology INTECOL 2017.
Browning D.M., Maynard JJ, Karl J, Peters DC.  2017.  Breaks in MODIS time series portend vegetation change: verification using long-term data in an arid grassland ecosystem. Ecological Applications. 27:1677-1693.
Browning D.M., Karl JW, Moran D, Richardson AD, Tweedie CE.  2017.  Phenocams bridge the gap between field and satellite observations in an arid grassland ecosystem. Remote Sensing of Environment. 9, 1071
Browning D, Taylor S.  2020.  Climate and phenology network synergies for sustainable agriculture. Ecological Society of America.
Browning D.M., Archer SR.  2011.  Protection from livestock fails to deter shrub proliferation in a desert landscape with a history of heavy grazing. Ecological Applications. 21(5):1629-1642.
Browning D.M., Duniway M.C..  2011.  Digital soil mapping in the absence of field training data: A case study using terrain attributes and semiautomated soil signature derivation to distinguish ecological potential. Applied and Environmental Soil Science. 2001(Article ID 421904):421904.
Browning D.M., Laliberte, Andrea S., Rango A..  2011.  Temporal dynamics of shrub proliferation: Linking patches to landscapes. International Journal of Geographical Information Science. 25(6):913-930.

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