Justin Van Zee

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1997
Smith W.E., Van Zee JW, Whitford WG.  1997.  Canopy insect populations as indicators of exposure to acute stressors (drought and grazing) and chronic stressors (desertification and exotic plant species). International Symposium and Workshop Combating Desertification: Connecting Science with Community Action. :Abstract22.
Turner S.J., Johnson A.R., de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW, Eve M., Whitford WG.  1997.  Classification, ecological risk, and decision: assessing desertification in south-central New Mexico. International Symposium and Workshop Combating Desertification: Connecting Science with Community Action. :Abstract44.
Whitford WG, Alkon P., Smith W.E., Van Zee JW.  1997.  Desertification and biodiversity. International Symposium and Workshop Combating Desertification: Connecting Science with Community Action. :Abstract44.
Van Zee JW, Whitford WG, Smith W.E..  1997.  Mutual exclusion by dolichoderine ants on a rich food source. Southwestern Naturalist. 42:229-231.
Van Zee JW, de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG.  1997.  Responses of Chihuahuan Desert annual plant communities to desertification and exposure to varying grazing stress.. International Symposium and Workshop Combating Desertification: Connecting Science with Community Action. :23.
de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW, Whitford WG.  1997.  Sensitive indicators of desertification: examples of tests in the Chihuahuan Desert. International Symposium and Workshop on Combating Desertification: Connecting Science with Community Action. :1.
de Soyza A.G., Whitford WG, Martinez-Meza E., Van Zee JW.  1997.  Variation in Creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) canopy morphology in relation to habitat, soil fertility and associated annual plant communities. American Midland Naturalist. 137:13-26.
1996
Herrick JE, Whitford WG, de Soyza A.G., Van Zee JW.  1996.  Soil and vegetation indicators for assessment of rangeland ecological condition. North American Workshop on Monitoring for Ecological Assessment of Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems. :157-166.