Jornada Bibliography

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N. Burruss D, Peters D.C.P., Huang H, Yao J.  2022.  Simulated distribution of Eragrostis lehmanniana (Lehmann lovegrass): Soil–climate interactions complicate predictions. Ecosphere. 13(3):e3974.
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.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Rodriguez LL, McVey D, Elias EH, Pelzel-McCluskey A, Savoy H, Derner J.D, Pauszek SH.  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, Rodriguez LL, Drolet B, Geil K, Pelzel-McCluskey A, Cohnstaedt LW, Derner J.D, Peters DC.  2021.  Predicting the geographic range of an invasive livestock disease across the contiguous USA under current and future climate conditions. Climate. 9(11):159.
N. Burruss D, Peters DC, Archer SR.  2018.  Invasive Plant Expansion on Spatially Heterogeneous Landscapes: Hot Spots and Hot Moments. Ecological Society of America.
Butler T.J., Tartowski S., Bashkin V., 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.
Cable J.M., Snyder K.A, Barron-Gafford G., Cable WL, Huete A, Huxman T..  2005.  Microbial crust CO2 response to precipitation on the Jornada Experimental Range. Ecological Society of America, 90th Annual Meeting. :91.
Caccamise DF.  1971.  Competitive relationships of the Common and Lesser nighthawk. :79.
Caccamise DF.  1974.  Competitive relationships of the Common and Lesser Nighthawks. The Condor. 76:1-20.
Cadle, Jr. JMark.  1975.  Factors affecting dystocia in range beef heifers. :68.
Cai J, Dhital S, Webb N, S. Skiles MK, Naple P, Nauman TW, Duni D, LeGrand S, Letcher TW, Chaney NW.  2022.  Studying the impacts of dust emission and dust deposition on snow over the Upper Colorado River Basin using the WRF-Chem-CTSM coupled framework. AGU22 FALL MEETING.
Caird M., Richards J.H, James J., Ludwig F., Donovan L.A., Snyder K.A.  2005.  Nighttime transpiration and nutrient acquisition: Is there a benefit of losing water at night? Ecological Society of America.
Caldwell M.M, Virginia R.A.  1989.  Root Systems. Physiological Plant Ecology. :367-398.
Cammeraat L.H., Herrick JE, Imeson A.C..  1997.  Methods for assessing soil aggregation in noncultivated arid and semiarid soils. Annual Meeting, American Society for Agronomy. :279.
Cammeraat E.L., Herrick JE.  2001.  Introduction. CATENA. 44:25-26.
Campanella A., Bestelmeyer BT, Peters DC.  2006.  Landscape variation in desert rodent community response to grass-shrubland ecotones. 21st Annual Symposiumof the United States Regional Chapter of the International Association of Landscape Ecology. :PaperNo.11.
Campanella A., Bestelmeyer BT, Roemer G., Peters DC.  2007.  Rodent community landscape ecology in grassland-shrubland ecotones and gradients in the Chihuahuan Desert. 22nd Annual Symposium of U.S. Regional Chapter of International Association of Landscape Ecology. :p.21.
Campanella A., Bestelmeyer BT, Roemer G., Peters DC.  2007.  Complexity in rodent community respones to grassland-shrubland trasititions. 87th Annual Meeting American Society of Mammalogist. :p.89.
Campbell R.S..  1943.  Progress in utilization standards for western ranges. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences. 33:161-169.
Campbell R.S..  1935.  Management of black grama ranges. American Hereford Journal. 26:74-76.
Campbell R.S..  1935.  After the drought. The American Cattle Producer. 17:3-5.
Campbell R.S., Bomberger E.H..  1934.  The occurrence of Gutierrezia sarothrae on Bouteloua eriopoda ranges in southern New Mexico. Ecology. 15:49-61.
Campbell R.S., Keller J.G..  1933.  Partial phyllody of Yucca elata. The Botanical Gazette. 94:619-620.
Campbell R.S..  1940.  Range management research methods in the western United States. Herbage Reviews. 8:121-138.
Campbell R.S., Keller J.G..  1932.  Growth and reproduction of Yucca elata. Ecology. 13:364-374.
Campbell R.S..  1931.  Plant succession and grazing capacity on clay soils in southern New Mexico. Journal of Agricultural Research. 43:1027-1051.
Campbell R.S., Crafts E.C..  1939.  How to keep and increase black grama on Southwestern ranges. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Leaflet No. 180. :8.
Campbell R.S., Herbel C.H..  1975.  Improved Range Plants. Society for Range Management, Range Symposium Series, No. 1. :96pp.
Campbell R.S., Canfield R.H..  1929.  Conservative grazing, a paying policy. The Cattleman. 16:32-33.
Campbell R.S..  1929.  A case of phyllody in Yucca elata. Botanical Gazette. 88:109-110.
Campbell R.S..  1929.  Soapweed. New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts and Agricultural Experiment Station, Press Bulletin 577. :1.
Campbell R.S..  1929.  Vegetative succession in the Prosopis sand dunes of southern New Mexico. Ecology. 10:392-398.
Campbell R.S., Campbell I.F..  1938.  Vegetation on gypsum soils of the Jornada plain, New Mexico. Ecology. 19:572-577.
Campbell R.S., Canfield R.H..  1928.  An improved pair of shears for clipping studies on quadrats. Ecology. 9:107-108.
Campbell R.S., Crafts E.C..  1938.  Tentative range utilization standards; black grama (Bouteloua eriopoda). USDA, Forest Service, Southwest Forest and Range Experimental Station. :4.
Canfield R.H..  1943.  What is conservative grazing? The Cattleman. 29:16,18.
Canfield R.H..  1948.  Perennial grass composition as an indicator of condition of Southwestern mixed grass ranges. Ecology. 29:190-204.
Canfield R.H..  1948.  New grass for old. American Cattle Producer. 30:30-31.
Canfield R.H..  1936.  How closely may black grama and tobosa grass be grazed year after year. The Cattleman. 23:15-18.
Canfield R.H..  1934.  Stem structure of grasses on the Jornada Experimental Range. Botanical Gazette. 95:636-648.
Canfield R.H..  1941.  Application of the line interception method in sampling range vegetation. Journal of Forestry. 39:388-394.
Canfield R.H..  1933.  Solid and hollow stemmed grasses of the Jornada Experimental Range. Science. 78(2024):342.
Canfield R.H..  1939.  Maintaining the balance between summer and winter forage on black grama ranges under yearlong grazing use. :4.
Canfield R.H..  1939.  The effect of intensity and frequency of clipping on density and yield of black grama and tobosa grass. U.S. Department of Agriculture Technical Bulletin No. 681. :32.
Canfield R.H..  1939.  Ways and means to minimize the ill effects of drought on black grama ranges. :7.
Canfield R.H..  1939.  Semideferred grazing as a restorative measure for black grama ranges. :4.
Canfield R.H..  1944.  A short-cut method for checking degree of forage utilization. Journal of Forestry. 42:294-295.
Canfield R.H..  1944.  Measurement of grazing use by the line-interception method. Journal of Forestry. 42:192-194.
Canfield R.H..  1928.  Atmospheric electricity during sand storms. Science. 69:474-475.
Canfield R.H..  1938.  Vegetational density and composition of black grama type ranges as influenced by semideferred grazing. USDA, Forest Service, Southwest Forest and Range Experimental Station, Research Note No. 35. :2.