Jornada Bibliography

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Anderson D.M..  1999.  Would managing a flerd benefit your bottom line? Pastoral Memo-Southern Rangelands, Agriculture, Western Australia. 5:26-27.
Barger N., Archer SR, Campbell J.L, Huang C., Morton J., Knapp A.K.  2011.  Woody plant proliferation in North American drylands: a synthesis of impacts on ecosystem carbon balance. Journal Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences. 116
Peters DC, Yao J, Gosz J.R.  2006.  Woody Plant Invasion at a Semi-arid Transition Zone: Importance of Ecosystem Type to Colonization and Patch Expansion. Journal of Vegetation Science. 17:389-396.
Schreiner-McGraw A.P, Vivoni E, Ajami H, Sala O.E, Throop HL, Peters DC.  2020.  Woody Plant Encroachment has a Larger Impact than Climate Change on Dryland Water Budgets. Scientific Reports. 10(8112)
Estell RE, James D.K, Fredrickson E.L., Anderson D.M..  2013.  Within-plant distribution of volatile compounds on the leaf surface of Flourensia cernua. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. 48:144-150.
Zak J.C, Sinsabaugh R., MacKay WP.  1995.  Windows of opportunity in desert ecosystems: Their implications to fungal community development. Canadian Journal of Botany. 73S:1407-1414.
Gillies J., Nield JM, Nickling W.  2014.  Wind speed and sediment transport recovery in the lee of a vegetated and denuded nebkha within a nebkha dune field. Aeolian Research. 12:135-141.
Pierre C., Hiernaux P., Rajot J-L, Kergoat L., Webb N, A. Touré A, Marticorena B, Bouet C..  2021.  Wind erosion response to past and future agro-pastoral trajectories in the Sahel (Niger). Landscape Ecology.
Gould W.L.  1982.  Wind erosion curtailed by controlling mesquite. Journal of Range Management. 35:563-566.
Belnap J, Phillips S.L., Herrick JE, Johansen J..  2007.  Wind erodibility of soils at Fort Irwin, California (Mojave Desert), USA, before and after trampling disturbance: implications for land management. Earth Surface Porcesses and Landforms. 32:75-84.
Gillette D.E, Herrick JE, Herbert G.A..  2006.  Wind characteristics of mesquite streets in the northern Chihuahuan desert, New Mexico, USA. Environmental Fluid Mechanics. 6:241-275.
Throop HL, Archer SR, Monger CH, Waltman S..  2011.  When bulk density methods matter: Implications for estimating soil organic carbon pools in rocky soils. Journal of Arid Environments. 77:66-71.
Throop HL, Archer SR, Monger CH, Waltman S..  2012.  When bulk density methods matter: implications for estimating soil organic carbon pools in coarse soils. Journal of Arid Environments. 77:66-71.
Miller J.R., Bestelmeyer BT.  2017.  What the novel ecosystem concept provides: A reply to Kattan et al.. Restoration Ecology. 25:488-490.
Canfield R.H..  1943.  What is conservative grazing? The Cattleman. 29:16,18.
Ares F.N..  1943.  What does a range calf cost? The New Mexico Stockman. 8:3-4.
Casanova L.R., Bestelmeyer BT.  2008.  What can ant diversity-energy relationships tell us about land use and land change (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)? Myremecological News. 11:183-190.
Ares F.N., Martin S.C..  1944.  What calf crop for profit? The New Mexico Stockman. 9:3,5,6.
McIntosh MM, Cibils AF, Estell RE, Nyamuryekung'e S., Gonzalez AL, Gong Q, Cao H, Spiegal S., Soto-Navarro S., D.Blair A.  2021.  Weight gain, grazing behavior and carcass quality of desert grass-fed Rarámuri Criollo vs. crossbred steers. Livestock Science. 249
Rango A., Havstad K.  2009.  Water-harvesting applications for rangelands revisited. Environmental Practice. 11:84-94.
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.
Akram H, Levia DF, Herrick JE, Lydiasari H, Schütze N.  2021.  Water requirements for oil palm grown on marginal lands: A simulation approach. Agricultural Water Management. 260:107292.
Tromble J.M..  1977.  Water requirements for mesquite (Prosopis juliflora). Journal of Hydrology. 34:171-179.
Crawford C.S.  1972.  Water relations in a desert millipede Orthoporus ornatus (Girard) (Spirostreptidae). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. 42A:521-535.
Hennessy J.T., Gibbens, Robert P., Tromble J.M., Cardenas M.  1983.  Water properties of caliche. Journal of Range Management. 36:723-726.
Tromble J.M..  1982.  Water ponding for increasing soil water on arid rangelands. Journal of Range Management. 35:601-603.
Whitford WG, Kay CAnn, Schumacher A.  1976.  Water loss in Chihuahuan Desert ants. Physiological Zoology. 48:390-397.
Tromble J.M..  1988.  Water interception by two arid land shrubs. Journal of Arid Environment. 15:65-70.
Sawalhah MN, Geli HME, Holechek JL, Cibils AF, Spiegal S., Gifford C.  2021.  Water footprint of rangeland beef production in New Mexico. Water. 13:1950.
Reichmann L, Sala O.E, Peters DC.  2013.  Water controls on nitrogen transformations and stocks in an arid ecosystem. Ecosphere. 4(1):Article11.
Tromble J.M..  1988.  Water budget for creosotebush-infested rangeland. Journal of Arid Environment. 15:71-74.
Fisher F.M, Zak J.C, Cunningham GL, Whitford WG.  1988.  Water and nitrogen effects on growth and allocation patterns of creosotebush in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Range Management. 41:387-391.
Elias EH, Marklein A, Abatzoglou JT, Dialesandro J, Brown JR, Steele C, Rango A., Steenwerth K.  2018.  Vulnerability of field crops to midcentury temperature changes and yield effects in the Southwestern USA. Journal of Climate Change. 148:403-417.
Belnap J, Gillette D.E.  1998.  Vulnerability of desert soil surfaces to wind erosion: the influences of crust development, soil texture, and disturbance. Journal of Arid Environments. 39:133-142.
Kerr A, Dialesandro J, Steenwerth K, Lopez-Brody N, Elias EH.  2018.  Vulnerability of California specialty crops to projected mid-century temperature changes. Climatic Change. 148:419-436.
Havstad K, Brown JR, Estell RE, Elias EH, Rango A., Steele C.  2018.  Vulnerabilities of Southwestern U.S. rangeland-based animal agriculture to climate change. Climatic Change. 148(3):371-386.
Fredrickson E.L., Estell RE, Remmenga M.D..  2007.  Volatile compounds on the leaf surface of intact and regrowth tarbush (Flourensia cernua DC) canopies. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 33:1867-1875.
Lucero M.E., Morrison A., Fredrickson E.L., Estell RE, Richman D..  2006.  Volatile composition of Guiterrizia sarothrae (broom snakeweed) as determined by steam distillation and solid phase microextraction. Journal of Essential Oil Research. 18:121-125.
Anderson D.M., Estell RE, Holechek JL, Ivey S., Smith G.  2014.  Virtual herding for flexible livestock management - a review. The Rangeland Journal. 36:205-221.
Anderson D.M..  2007.  Virtual Fencing - past, present and future. The Rangeland Journal. 29:65-78.
Bishop-Hurley G.J., Swain D.L., Anderson D.M., Sikka P., Crossman C., Corke P.  2007.  Virtual Fencing Applications: Implementing and Testing an Automated Cattle Control System. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 56:14-22.
Sayre N.F.  2004.  Viewpoint: The need for qualitative research to understand ranch management. Journal of Range Management. 57(6):668-674.
Campbell R.S..  1929.  Vegetative succession in the Prosopis sand dunes of southern New Mexico. Ecology. 10:392-398.
DePree E, Ludwig J..  1978.  Vegetative and reproductive growth patterns in desert willow (Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) Sweet). The Southwestern Naturalist. 23:239-246.
Buffington L.C., Herbel C.H..  1965.  Vegetational changes on a semidesert grassland range from 1858 to 1963. Ecological Monographs. 35:139-164.
Whitford WG, de Soyza A.G., Van Zee J, Herrick JE, Havstad K.  1998.  Vegetation, soil, and animal indicators of rangeland health. Environmental Monitoring Assessment. 51:179-200.