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Conference Proceedings
Loftin SR, Aguilar R, Wolters GL.  1995.  Distribution of soil TOC, TKN, and TP across a Chihuahuan desertscrub/desert grassland ecotone. Fifth International Rangeland Congress: Salt Lake City, Utah, July 23-28,1995. :323-324.
Journal Article
Wengui S, Brunt JW, Hong J, Yu C.  1994.  Data management and its significance in modern ecology. Advances in Resource and Eco-Environmental Research (Chinese). 5:27-30.
Harner MJ, Crenshaw CL, Abelho M, Stursova M, Shah JJFollsta, Sinsabaugh RL.  2009.  Decomposition of leaf litter from a native tree and an actinorhizal invasive across riparian habitats. Ecological Applications. 19:1135-1146.
Berryman E, Marshall J.D., Rahn T., Litvak M., Butnor J..  2013.  Decreased carbon limitation of litter respiration in a mortality-affected pinon–juniper woodland. Biogeosciences. 10:1-11.
Breecker D.O., McFadden L.D., Sharp Z.D., Martinez M., Litvak M.E..  2012.  Deep autotrophic soil respiration in shrubland and woodland ecosystems in central New Mexico. Ecosystems. 15:83-96.
Miller TEX.  2007.  Demographic models reveal the shape of density dependence for a specialist insect herbivore on variable host-plants. Journal of Animal Ecology. 76:722-729.
Frey JK, Yates TL, Duszynski DW, Gannon WL, Gardner SL.  1992.  Designation and curatorial management of type host specimens (symbiotypes) for new parasite species. Journal of Parasitology. 78:930-932.
Keitt TH, Urban DL, Milne BT.  1997.  Detecting critical scales in fragmented landscapes. Conservation Ecology [online]1(1):4..
Lebuhn G, Droege S, Connor EF, Gemmill-Herren B, Potts SG, Minckley RL, Griswold T, Jean R, Kula E, Roubik DR et al..  2012.  Detecting insect pollinator declines on regional and global scales. Conservation Biology. 27(1):113-120.
Krofcheck DJ, Eitel JUH, Vierling LA, Schulthess U, Hilton TM, Dettweiler-Robinson E, Pendleton R, Litvak ME.  2013.  Detecting mortality induced structural and functional changes in a piñon-juniper woodland using Landsat and RapidEye time series. Remote Sensing of Environment.
Milne BT, Johnson AR, Keitt TH, Hatfield CA, David J, Hraber PT.  1996.  Detection of critical densities associated with pinon-juniper woodland ecotones. Ecology. 77:805-821.
Wang X, Wang J, Li B-L.  2001.  Developing a sustainable development indicator via knowledge mining. The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology. 8:119-126.
Shi Z., Thomey ML, Mowll W., Litvak M.E., Brunsell N.A., Collins SL, Pockman WT, Smith MD, Knapp AK, Luo Y..  2014.  Differential effects of extreme drought on production and respiration: synthesis and modeling analysis. Biogeosciences. 11:621-633.
Knapp AK, Carroll CJW, Denton EM, La Pierre KJ, Collins SL, Smith MD.  2015.  Differential sensitivity to regional-scale drought in six central US grasslands. Oecologia. 177:949-957.
Abramson G., Giuggioli L., Kenkre V.M, Dragoo J.W, Parmenter RR, Parmenter CA, Yates TL.  2006.  Diffusion and home range parameters for rodents: Peromyscus maniculatus in New Mexico. Ecological Complexity. 3:64-70.
Johnson AR, Milne BT, Wiens JA.  1992.  Diffusion in fractal landscapes: Simulations and experimental studies of Tenebrionid beetle movements. Ecology. 73:1968-1983.
Schooley RL, Wiens JA.  2001.  Dispersion of kangaroo rat mounds at multiple scales in New Mexico, USA. Landscape Ecology. 16:267-277.
Crenshaw CL, Grimm N.B., Zeglin LH, Sheibley RW, Dahm CN, Pershall AD.  2010.  Dissolved inorganic nitrogen dynamics in the hyporheic zone of reference and human-altered southwestern U. S. streams. Fundamental and Applied Linmnology. 176(4):391-405.
Kroel-Dulay G, Odor P, Peters DPC, Hochstrasser T.  2004.  Distribution of plant species at a biome transition zone in New Mexico. Journal of Vegetation Science. 15:531-538.
Peters DPCoffin, Lugo AE, F. Chapin S, Pickett STA, Duniway M., Rocha A.V., Swanson FJ, Laney C, Jones J.  2011.  Disturbance complexities and generalities emerging from cross-system comparisons. Ecosphere. 2(7):81-107.

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