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Brazier R.E., Turnbull L., Wainwright J., Bol R..  2013.  Carbon loss by water erosion in drylands: implications from a study of vegetation change in the south-west USA. Hydrological Processes.
Sinsabaugh RL, Manzoni S, Moorhead DL, Richter A.  2013.  Carbon use efficiency of microbial communities: stoichiometry, methodology and modelling. Ecology Letters.
Puttock A, Macleod CJA, Bol R, Sessford P, Dungait J, Brazier RE.  2013.  Changes in ecosystem structure, function and hydrological connectivity control water, soil and carbon losses in semi-arid grass to woody vegetation transitions. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 38:1602-1611.
Wainwright J, Mueller E.N., Bellot J., Papanastasis V., Parmenter RR, Martinez N., Estrany J., Couteron P..  2013.  Characterizing Patterns. Patterns of land degradation in drylands. Understanding self-organized ecogeomorphic systems. :211-246.
Fraser LH, Henry HAL, Carlyle CN, White SR, Beierkuhnlein C, Jr. JFCahill, Casper BB, Cleland E, Collins SL, Dukes JS et al..  2013.  Coordinated distributed experiments: an emerging tool for testing global hypotheses in ecology and environmental science. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 11(3):147-155.
Peters DPC, Fraser W.R., Kratz TK, Ohman M.D., Rassweiler A., Holbrook S.J., Schmitt R.J..  2013.  Cross-site comparisons of state change dynamics. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
Yao J, Sala O.E., Peters DPC.  2013.  Cross-site studies "by design": Experiments and observations that provide new insights. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.

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