Jornada Bibliography

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Rango A..  1997.  The response of areal snow cover to climate change in a snowmelt-runoff model. Annals of Glaciology. 25:232-236.
Rango A., Martinec J..  1997.  Water storage in mountain basins from satellite snow cover monitoring . Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems for Design and Operation of Water Resources Systems. :83-91.
Rango A., Anderson D.M., Hale C.S., Havstad K.  2003.  A developing method for directional virtual fencing (DVF trademark) and real-time range management using remote sensing, GIS and GPS. 30th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment. :PaperNo.TS-11.4.
Rango A., Gomez-Landesa E., Havstad K, Bleiweiss M., Tanksley K., DeWalle D., Martinec J., Kite G..  2003.  Development of a remote-sensing snowmelt runoff forecasting system in the Rio Grande Basin. Western Snow Conference.
Rango A., Snyder K.A, Herrick JE, Havstad K, Gibbens, Robert P., Wainwright J, Parsons T..  2003.  Historical and current hydrological research at the USDA-ARS Jornada Experimental Range in southern New Mexico. First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. 1:302-308.
Rango A., Gomez-Landesa E., Bleiweiss M., Havstad K, Tanksley K..  2003.  Improved satellite snow mapping, snowmelt runoff forecasting, and climate change in simulations in the upper Rio Grande basin. World Resource Review. 15:25-41.
Rango A., Laliberte AS, Tartowski S., Havstad K, Gibbens, Robert P., Brown JR, Beck RF.  2003.  The progression of shrub encroachment into a desert grassland in southern New Mexico from 1936-2003. 2003 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union. :F335.
Rango A., Foster J., Josberger E.G, Erbe E.R, Pooley C.D., Wergin W.P..  2003.  Rime and graupel: Description and characterization as revealed by low temperature scanning electron microscopy. Scanning. 25:121-131.
Rango A., Havstad K.  2003.  The utility of historical aerial photographs for detecting and judging the effectiveness of rangeland remediation treatments. Environmental Practice. 5:107-118.