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Brantley SL.  1997.  Surface-active arthropods at the Sevilleta LTER, New Mexico: spatial and temporal patterns in an ENSO-influenced system.
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.
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.
Breecker D.O..  2008.  Investigating desert soil processes using the stable isotope composition of soil carbon dioxide. Department of Biology. Ph. D.
Breecker D.O., Sharp Z.D., McFadden L.D..  2010.  Atmospheric CO2 concentrations during ancient greenhouse climates were similar to those predicted for A.D. 2100. PNAS. 107:576-580.
Breecker D.O., McFadden LD, Sharp Z.D., Litvak M.  2012.  Seasonal variations in the d13C value of soil respired CO2 in mixed C3-C4 ecosystems from central New Mexico. Ecosystems.
Breecker D.O., Sharp Z.D., McFadden LD.  2009.  Seasonal bias in the formation and stable isotope composition of pedogenic carbonate in modern soils from central New Mexico, USA. Geological Society of America Bulletin. 121:630-640.
Breshears DD, Myers OB, Meyer CW, Barnes FJ, Zou CB, Allen CD, McDowell NG, Pockman WT.  2009.  Tree die-off in response to global change-type drought: Mortality insights from a decade of plant water potential measurements. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 7:185-189.
Brewer W.  2016.  Assessing drought-induced change in a piñon-juniper woodland with LANDSAT: A multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis approach. University of New Mexico .
Brewer WC, Lippit C., Litvak ME.  2017.  Assessing drought-induced change in a piñon-juniper woodland with Landsat: a multiple endmember spectral mixture analysis approach. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 38(17)
Briggs JM, Knapp AK, Collins SL.  2008.  Steppes and Prairies. Encyclopedia of Ecology. 4:3373-3382.
Brookhart JO, Brantley SL.  2000.  Solpugids (Arachnida) of the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist. 45:443-449.
Brown JH.  1994.  Grand challenges in scaling up environmental research. Environmental Information Management and Analysis: Ecosystem to Global Scales. :21-26.
Brown JH, Mehlman DW, Stevens GC.  1995.  Spatial variation in abundance. Ecology. 76:2028-2043.
Brunt JW.  1994.  Research Data Management in Ecology: A Practical Approach for Long-Term Projects. Seventh International Working Conference on Scientific and Statistical Database Management, September 28-30, 1994. :272-275.
Bryan-Ricketts D.  2012.  Soil geomorphology of the eastern Sevilleta Long Term Ecological Research Site. Earth and Planetary Sciences. PhD:410.
Burnett SA, Hattey JA, Johnson JJ, Swann AL, Moore DI, Collins SL.  2012.  Effects of fire on belowground biomass in Chihuahuan desert grassland. Ecosphere. 3(11):107-120.
Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS.  2002.  Measurement carbon dioxide concentration does not affect root respiration of nine tree species in the field. Tree Physiology. 22:67-72.
Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS, Ruess RW, Hendrick RL, Allen MF.  2002.  Root respiration in North American forests: Effects of nitrogen concentration and temperature across biomes.. Oecologia. 131:559-568.
Bustamante JM.  2006.  Thermophilic fungi on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge. Biology Department. Ph.D.
Buxbaum CAZ.  2003.  Landscape heterogeneity, soil development, precipitation regime, and growth and distribution of vegetation in a desert-grassland ecotone.
Buxbaum CAZ, Vanderbilt KL.  2007.  Soil heterogeneity and the distribution of desert and steppe plant species across a desert-grassland ecotone. Journal of Arid Environments. 69:617-632.

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