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Cross AF.  1994.  Biogeochemistry at the grassland-shrubland boundary: A case study of desertification in the northern Chihuahuan Desert of New Mexico. Master's
Jumpponnen A., Porras-Alfaro A, Rudgers J.  2017.  Biogeography of root-associated endophytes. Ecological Studies. 230:195-222.
Cross AF, Schlesinger WH.  2001.  Biological and geochemical controls on soil phosphorus fractions in semiarid soils. Biogeochemistry. 52:155-172.
Michener WK, Bildstein KL, McKee A, Parmenter RR, Hargrove WW, McClearn D, Stromberg M.  2009.  Biological field stations: Research legacies and sites for serendipity. BioScience. 59:300-310.
Decker KH, Duszynski DW, Patrick MJ.  2001.  Biotic and abiotic effects on endoparasites infecting Dipodomys and Perognathus species. Journal of Parasitology. 87:300-307.
Hallett LM, Hsu JS, Cleland EE, Collins SL, Dickson TL, Farrer EC, Gherardi LA, Gross KL, Hobbs RJ, Turnbull L et al..  2014.  Biotic mechanisms of community stability shift along a precipitation gradient. Ecology. 95(6):1693-1700.
Teuber RL.  1991.  Birds of Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge. New Mexico Ornithological Society Bulletin. 19:1:2-8.
Treseder KK, Allen MF.  2000.  Black boxes and missing sinks: Fungi in global change research. Mycological Research. 104:1282-1283.
Ernest SKMorgan.  2005.  Body size, energy use, and community structure of small mammals. Ecology. 86:1407-1413.
Dunnum JL, Salazar-Bravo J, Yates TL.  2001.  The Bolivian bamboo rat, Dactylomys boliviensis (Rodentia: Echimyidae), a new record for chromosome number in a mammal. Z. Saugetierkunde. 66:121-126.
Baez S, Collins SL, Lightfoot DC, Koontz TL.  2006.  Bottom-up regulation of plant community structure in an aridland ecosystem. Ecology. 87:2746-2754.
Miller TEX.  2008.  Bottom-up, top-down, and within-trophic level pressures on a cactus-feeding insect. Ecological Entomology. 33:261-268.
Peters DPC, Gosz JR, Collins SL.  2009.  Boundary dynamics in landscapes. The Princeton Guide to Ecology. :458-463.
Matsuzaki T., Matsuzaki K., Yokohata Y., Ohtsubo R., Kamiya M., Yates TL.  1994.  Breeding of the northern grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster) as a laboratory animal. Experimental Animals. 43:395-401.
Eitel J.U.H., Vierling L.A., Litvak M, Krofcheck D., Long D.S., Ager A.A., Hudak A., Stoscheck A..  2011.  Broadband, red-edge information from satellites improves early stress detection in conifer forests. Remote Sensing and Environment. 115(12):3640-3646.
Gosz JR, Sharpe PJH.  1989.  Broad-scale concepts for interactions of climate, topography, and biota at biome transitions. Landscape Ecology. 3:229-243.
Vanderbilt KL, Blankman D, Guo X, He H, Li J, Lin C-C, Lu S-S, Ko BChih-Jen, Ogawa A, O'Tuama E et al..  2008.  Building an information management system for global data sharing: A strategy for the International Long Term Ecological Research (ILTER) Network. Proceedings of the Environmental Information Management Conference 2008 (EIM 2008), September 10-11, 2008. :156-165.
Fields MJ, Peters DPC, Gosz JR.  1999.  The burrowing activities of kangaroo rats and patterns in plant species dominance at a shortgrass steppe-desert grassland ecotone. Journal of Vegetation Science. 10:123-130.
Davidson AD, Lightfoot DC.  2008.  Burrowing rodents increase landscape heterogeneity in a desert grassland. Journal of Arid Environments. 72:1133-1145.
Hawkins LK.  1996.  Burrows of kangaroo rats are hotspots for desert soil fungi. Journal of Arid Environments. 32:239-249.