Jornada Bibliography

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Czech B., Heitschmidt R., Brown J., Hild A..  2008.  Sustainable rangeland management, economic growth, and a cautious role for the SRM. Rangelands. 30:33-37.
CV H, F. S.  1972.  Some factors affecting response of anestrous ewes to hormone treatment. Journal of Animal Science. 34(6):1011-1019.
CV H.  1978.  Improving reproductive efficiency in sheep.
Cunningham LMichelle.  2008.  Sediment transport & vegetation change: A Study Using Medium-Scale Landscape Units as Indicators of the Influence of a Vegetation Transition on Sediment Production - Jornada Experimental Range, New Mexico. :186pp.
Cunningham G.L, Syvertsen J.P, Reynolds J.F., Willson J.M.  1979.  Some effects of soil-moisture availability on above-ground production and reproductive allocation in Larrea tridentata (DC) Cov. Oecologia. 40:113-123.
Cunningham GL, Reynolds JF.  1978.  A simulation model of primary production and carbon allocation in the creosotebush (Larrea tridentata [DC.] Cov.). Ecology. 59:37-52.
Cunningham G.L, Syvertsen J.P.  1977.  The effect of non-structural carbohydrate levels on dark CO2 release in creosotebush. Photosynthetica. 11:291-295.
Cunningham G.L, Syvertsen J.P, Feather T.V.  1975.  Primary production and carbon allocation in creosotebush. US/IBP Desert Biome.
Cunningham G.L, Balding F.R, Syvertsen J.P.  1974.  A net CO2 exchange model for C4-grasses. Photosynthetica. 8:28-33.
Cunningham G.L, Burk J.H.  1973.  The effect of carbonate deposition layers (caliche) on the water status of Larrea divaricata. The American Midland Naturalist. 90:474-480.
Culley M.J, Campbell R.S., Canfield R.H..  1933.  Values and limitations of clipped quadrats. Ecology. 14:35-39.
Cuesta LRafael.  1974.  Comparative breeding ecology of the Western Kingbird (Tyrannus verticalis) in three habitat types. :39.
Cruz-Mendoza J.  1975.  Maternal traits in Brangus cattle. :101.
Cruz J.  2008.  Bioclimatic changes recorded in Holocene soils at the Jornada Basin LTER site and Lincoln National Forest, southern New Mexico. :67.
Crowl TA, Crist TO, Parmenter RR, Belovsky G, Lugo AE.  2008.  The spread of invasive species and infectious disease as drivers of ecosystem change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 6:238-246.
Cross AF, Schlesinger W.H..  2001.  Biological and geochemical controls on phosphorus fractions in semiarid soils. Biogeochemistry. 52:155-172.
Crist TO.  1998.  The spatial distribution of termite activity in shortgrass steppe: a geostatistical approach. Oecologia. 114:410-416.
Crisci J, Sala O.E, Katinas L, Possadas P.  2006.  Bridging historical and ecological approaches in biogeography. Australian Systematic Botany. 19:1-10.
F. Creusere M, Whitford WG.  1982.  Temporal and spatial resource partitioning in a Chihuahuan Desert lizard community. :121-127.
F. Creusere M, Whitford WG.  1976.  Ecological relationships in a desert anuran community. Herpetologica. 32:7-18.
Crawford C.S.  1972.  Water relations in a desert millipede Orthoporus ornatus (Girard) (Spirostreptidae). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 42A:521-535.
Crawford C.S.  1978.  Seasonal water balance in Orthoporus ornatus, a desert millipede. Ecology. 59:996-1004.
Crawford C.S.  1976.  Feeding-season production in the desert millipede Orthoporus ornatus (Girard) (Diplopoda). Oecologia. 24:265-276.
Crawford C.S, Wooten R.C.  1973.  Metabolic rates of millipedes in a desert ecosystem. US/IBP Desert Biome.
Craine JMitchell, Jackson RD.  2009.  Plant nitrogen and phosphorus limitation in 98 North American grassland soils. Plant and Soil. Online DOI 10.1007/s11104-009-0237-1:pp1-12.
Crafts E.C..  1938.  Height-volume distribution in range grasses. Journal of Forestry. 36:1182-1185.
Cox SB, Bloch CP, Stevens RD, Huenneke L..  2006.  Productivity and species richness in an arid ecosystem: a long-term perspective. Plant Ecology. 186:1-12.
Courtright E, Herrick JE, Bestelmeyer BT, Burkett L.M..  2008.  Customizable tool for ecological data entry, assessment, monitoring, and interpretation. 93rd Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :66-136.
Courtright E, Van Zee JW.  2011.  The database for inventory, monitoring, and assessment (DIMA). Rangelands. 33(4):21-26.
Coupland J.W., Yarbrough C.C., Garcia E.L..  1980.  From truck to well puller. Rangelands. 2:51-52.
Coulibaly M.  1980.  Factors effecting production of Brangus under semi-desert conditions. :78.
Coughenour M., Pielke R., Goslee S.C..  2002.  Top-down vs. bottom-up: Alternative, complementary scaling approaches. 87th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. :14.
Coughenour M., Goslee S.C., Pielke R..  2002.  Meeting in the middle: Bottom-up and top-down scaling approaches. 17th Annual Symposium, US-International Association for Landscape Ecology. :99.
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.
Cosentino BJ, Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer BT, Coffman JM.  2012.  Response of a keystone rodent to landscape-scale restoration of desert grasslands. 97th Ecological Society of America Meeting. B117
Cosentino B, Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer BT, McCarthy A., Sierzega K.  2015.  Rapid genetic restoration of a keystone species exhibiting delayed demographic response. Molecular Ecology. 24:6120-6133.
Cosentino B, Schooley RL, Bestelmeyer BT, Coffman JM.  2013.  Response of lizard community structure to desert grassland restoration mediated by a keystone rodent. Biodiversity and Conservation Journal. 22:921-935.
Correll N., Doniec M., Libeau R.L., Rus D., Anderson D.M..  2009.  The cow-whisperer: Towards autonomous management of free-ranging cows. 2009 IEEE Interantional Conference on Robotics & Automation.
R. Corona S, Fredrickson E.L., Ceballos G.G., Gonzalez A.L., Laliberte, Andrea S., Davidson A.D., Sanchez R.L., Bezanilla G., Gevara E.P..  2007.  Can prairie dog-cattle interactions be used to remediate desertified Chihuahuan Desert grasslands? Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. :PS39-205.
Cornelius JMalcolm.  1988.  Fire effects on vegetation of a northern Chihuahuan Desert grassland. :170.
Cornelius JM, Cunningham GL.  1987.  Nitrogen enrichment effects on vegetation of a northern Chihuahuan Desert landscape. Strategies for classification and management of native vegetation for food production in arid zones. General Technical Report RM-150:112-116.
Cornelius JM, Reynolds JF.  1991.  On determining the statistical significance of discontinuities within ordered ecological data. Ecology. 72:2057-2070.
Cornelius JM, Kemp PR, Ludwig JA, Cunningham GL.  1991.  The distribution of vascular plant species and guilds in space and time along a desert gradient. Journal of Vegetation Science. 2:59-72.
Connin S.L, Feng X., Virginia R.A.  2001.  Isotopic discrimination during long-term decomposition in an arid land ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 33:41-51.
Connin S.L, Virginia R.A, Chamberlin C.P.  1997.  Isotopic study of environmental change from disseminated carbonate in polygenetic soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 61:1710-1722.
Connin S.L, Virginia R.A, Chamberlin C.P.  1997.  Carbon isotopes reveal soil organic matter dynamics following arid land shrub expansion. Oecologia. 110:374-386.
Connin SL, Virginia RA, Page C, Huenneke L, Harrison K, Schlesinger WH.  1995.  Dynamics of carbon storage in degraded arid land environments: a case study from the Jornada experimental range, New Mexico, (USA). Combating Global Climate Change By Combating Land Degradation. :132-148.
Conley, Jr. MIssac.  1966.  Water balance and thermoneutrality in the grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster).
Conley W., Slator B., Anderson M., Sitze R..  1986.  Designing and prototyping a scientific problem solving environment: the NMSU science workbench. Research Data Management in the Ecological Sciences. 16:383-409.