Found 753 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Desc)]
Johnson AR, Wiens JA, Milne BT, Crist TO.  1992.  Animal movements and population dynamics in heterogeneous landscapes. Landscape Ecology. 7:63-75.
Jr. MCMolles, Dahm CN, M. Crocker T.  1992.  Climatic variability and streams and rivers in semi-arid regions. Aquatic Ecosystems in Semi-Arid Regions: Implications for Resource Management. :197-202.
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.
Johnson AR, Milne BT, Wiens JA.  1992.  Diffusion in fractal landscapes: Simulations and experimental studies of Tenebrionid beetle movements. Ecology. 73:1968-1983.
Gosz JR, Parmenter RR, Marshall DL.  1992.  Ecological indicators in a desert/grassland transition. International Symposium, October 16-19, 1990. :739-763.
Duszynski DW, Patrick MJ, Couch L, Upton SJ.  1992.  Eimerians in harvest mice, Reithrodontomys spp., from Mexico, California, and New Mexico, and phenotypic plasticity in oocysts of Eimeria arizonensis. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 39:644-648.
Parmenter RR, MacMahon JA.  1992.  Faunal Community Development on Disturbed Lands: An Indicator of Reclamation Success. Evaluating Reclamation Success: The Ecological Consideration - Proceedings of a Symposium. :73-89.
Gosz JR.  1992.  Gradient analysis of ecological change in time and space: Implications for forest management. Ecological Applications. 2:248-261.
Milne BT.  1992.  Indications of landscape condition at many scales. Ecological Indicators. 2:893-895.
Milne BT, Turner MG, Wiens JA, Johnson AR.  1992.  Interactions between the fractal geometry of landscapes and allometric herbivory. Theoretical Population Biology. 41:337-353.
Parmenter RR.  1992.  The Sevilleta Long-Term Ecological Research Program: Measuring Ecosystem Responses to Environmental Change. Proceedings of the 1992 New Mexico Conference on the Environment.
Milne BT.  1992.  Spatial aggregation and neutral models in fractal landscapes. American Naturalist. 139:32-57.
Dahm CN, Jr. MCMolles.  1992.  Streams in Semiarid Regions as Sensitive Indicators of Global Climate Change. Global Warming and Freshwater Ecosystems. :250-260.
Gosz JR, Moore DI, Grover HD, Rison W, Rison C, Ward TJ, Stevens KA, Bolton SM.  1993.  Analysis of relationships between lightning, precipitation, and runoff.
Gosz JR.  1993.  Ecotone hierarchies. Ecological Applications. 3:369-376.
McGee KP, Marshall DL.  1993.  Effects of variable moisture availability on seed germination in three populations of Larrea tridentata. American Midland Naturalist. 130:75-82.
Parmenter RR, Brunt JW, Moore DI, Ernest SKMorgan.  1993.  The hantavirus epidemic in the southwest: Rodent population dynamics and the implications for transmission of Hantavirus-associated Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (HARDS) in the four corners region.
Parmenter RR, Vigil R.  1993.  The HARDS Epidemic In The Southwest: An Assessment Of Autumn Rodent Densities And Population Demographics In Central And Northern New Mexico, October, 1993.
Betancourt JL, Pierson EA, Aasen-Rylander K, Fairchild-Parks JA, Dean JS.  1993.  Influence of History and Climate on New Mexico Pinon-Juniper Woodlands. Managing Pinyon-Juniper Ecosystems for Sustainability and Social Needs: Proceedings of the Symposium: April 26-30. :42-62.
Milne BT.  1993.  Pattern analysis for landscape evaluation and characterization. Eastside Forest Ecosystem Health Assessment. Volume II. Ecosystem Management: Principles and Applications.. :121-134.
Milne BT, Johnson AR.  1993.  Renormalization relations for scale transformation in ecology. Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences. 23:109-128.