Jornada Bibliography

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Hollanders P.  1992.  Waterbalance of a bare soil in an arid environment. :74.
DeGarmo, Jr. HCecil.  1966.  Water requirement and production of eight desert plant species under four soil levels. :45.
Conley MR.  1966.  Water balance and thermoneutrality in the grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster).
Edwards JWyatt.  1975.  Water balance and assimilation efficiency of the horned lizard, Phrynosoma cornutum: a field study. :21.
Bailey OF.  1925.  Water availability and grass root distribution in selected soils. :67.
Prieto AEscobar.  1968.  Vitamin A injections for range beef cows.
Buffington L.C..  1964.  Vegetational changes on a semidesert range from 1858 to 1963. :93.
Stein RA.  1977.  Vegetation and soil patterns on Chihuahuan Desert bajada. :67.
Van Vactor SScott.  1986.  Variation in diurnal ant species composition and relative abundance on a desert watershed. :59.
Tadingar T.  1982.  Utilization of standing crop by cattle under seasonal short duration grazing and seasonal continuous grazing on a semidesert tobosa rangeland. :128.
Barry H.A..  1967.  Use of indicators in digestibility studies with tobosa (Hilaria mutica). :42.
Wofford HHodge.  1983.  Use of fecal characteristics to predict intake and diet quality of steers. :83.
Devine DL.  1987.  A tobosa grass-burro grass mosaic community pattern in the northern Chihuahuan desert. :75.
Kone D.  1989.  Tiller defoliation of Hilaria mutica (Buckl.) Benth. under seasonal high-density rotation and continuous stocking. :68.
Hager SB.  1998.  The thermoregulatory and reproductive behavior of the lesser earless lizard, Holbrookia maculata, at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. :128.
Jones KBruce.  1978.  Thermal ecology of the nocturnal snake, Arizona elegans and the diurnal snake, Masticophis flagellum: Factors influencing activity. :40.
Forbes GS.  1981.  Systematic and ecological studies of the Apodemia mormo complex (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae) in southern Arizona and southern New Mexico. :83.
Herman HJ.  1988.  A survey of twenty-four grazed and non-grazed areas in southern New Mexico. :96.
Chavez HB.  1963.  A survey of fleshy fungi in south central New Mexico.
Delahunt RAnne.  1976.  Summer activity cycles of Urosaurus ornatus in field and laboratory. :30.
Glidewell EDwain.  1970.  Suitable habitat as a factor limiting pronghorn numbers on the Jornada Experimental Range. :28.
Lightfoot DC.  1985.  Substrate utilization and guild structure in desert grasshopper assemblages. :60.
Martinez-Meza E..  1994.  Stemflow, throughfall, and root water channelization by three arid land shrubs in southern New Mexico. :81.
Alberico M.S.  1978.  Species diversity of nocturnal rodents in disturbed desert-grassland habitats. :80.
Nakamatsu V.B..  1989.  Spatial behavior and diet selection of cattle and bonded and non-bonded small ruminants grazing arid rangeland. :112.
Pizarro JGCepeda.  1986.  Spatial and temporal patterns of decomposition and microarthropod assemblages in decomposing surface leaf-litter on a Chihuahuan Desert watershed. :245.
Delson RKoskela.  1975.  Some reproductive aspects of three Chihuahuan Desert Nyctaginaceae. :42.
Torres-Hernandez G.  1974.  Some factors influencing fall weights of cows under southern New Mexico range conditions. :42.
Tarassoum T.D.  1982.  Some effects of clipping on the developmental morphology of mesa dropseed (Sporobolus flexuosus (Thurb.) Rhyb.). :69.
Hickman GWayne.  1974.  Some effects of carbamate insecticide on primary producers in a desert grassland ecosystem. :24.
Welsh RG.  1972.  Some ecological relationships between creosotebush (Larrea tridentata DC.) and bush muhly (Muhlenbergia porteri Scribn).
Hoover KD.  1973.  Some ecological factors influencing the distributions of two species of pocket mice (genus Perognathus). :81.
Russell J.W.  1973.  Soil-plant-livestock-weather relationships of a range ecosystem: Interactive timeshare regression and simulation model approaches. :94.
Hennessy J.T..  1981.  Soil movement and vegetational changes over a forty-five year period in south-central New Mexico. :108.
Phillips MDawn.  1986.  Soil and vegetation factors influencing den site selection of a Chihuahuan Desert rodent assembly. :37.
Lister D.  2007.  Small-scale erosion-driven nutrient dynamics in different vegetation communities in Jornada, New Mexico: implications for land degradation.
Korzdorfer EJay.  1968.  Seeding, furrowing, brush removal, and rabbit exclusion effects on creosotebush-infested sites. :54.
Jackson CV.  1928.  Seed Germination in Certain New Mexico Range Grasses. :25.
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.
Wahl CRex.  1979.  Seasonal, interspecific, and intraspecific variation in the mobbing response of desert birds to different predator types. :65.
King D..  1991.  Seasonal diet quality, intake, and fecal output estimates of steers grazing semidesert rangeland.
Almeida-Martinez MRicardo.  1981.  Seasonal defoliation and growth responses of Muhlenbergia porteri Scribn. Ex Beal. in pure stands and in association with Larrea tridentata (DC) Coville, with emphasis on structural analysis.. :126.
Müller EN.  2004.  Scaling approaches to the modelling of water, sediment and nutrient fluxes within semi-arid landscapes, Jornada Basin, New Mexico. :271.
Santos PF.  1979.  The role of microarthropods and nematodes in litter decomposition in a Chihuahuan desert ecosystem. :82.
Baggs JE.  1997.  The role of Bouteloua eriopoda in the community structure and ecosystem function of a semi-arid grassland. Department of Biology. M.S.:75.
Beres LAnn.  1993.  Response potential of three perennial desert grasses to various disturbances. :94.
Roth TE.  1983.  Response of three species of globemallow to germination treatments. :55.
Miller RF.  1976.  Response of five southwestern range plants to season of defoliation. :104.