Biblio

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Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Thesis
Patrick MJ.  1994.  Parasites of Dipodomys merriami : Patterns and processes. Ph.D.
Hochstrasser T.  2001.  Pattern and Process at a Desert Grassland-Shrubland Ecotone. Ph.D.
Marinakis YD.  1995.  A phase transition in a prehistoric human population. Ph.D.
Gallo ME.  2006.  Photodegradation and plant litter decomposition in arid ecosystems. Biology Department. Ph.D.
Medeiros JS.  2009.  The Physiological Ecology and Evolution of Freezing Tolerance in Diploid Larrea sp.. Department of Biology. Ph.D:145.
Dettweiler-Robinson E.  2016.  Plant-Biocrust interactions mediated by the fungal loop. University of New Mexico .
Garcia-Bustamante JM.  2000.  Prehistoric human carrying capacity and economic land use value of the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge and the Jornada LTER. Master's
Nuanez M.  2015.  Quantifying temperature sensitivity of soil respiration across a range of semi-arid biomes. University of New Mexico .
Warne RW.  2008.  Rain, resources and reproduction: linking resource dynamics in ecological communities to life history trade-offs in lizards. Biology Department. Ph.D.
Plaut JA.  2013.  Regulation of Hydraulic Function and Consequences for Drought-related Mortality in Mature Woody Plants. Department of Biology. Ph.D:222.
Friggens MT.  2003.  Relating small mammal dynamics to precipitation and vegetation on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico. Master's
Weiss JL.  2002.  Relating vegetation variability to meteorological variables at the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico. Earth and Planetary Sciences. Master's:173.
Gilman CA.  2010.  Respiratory physiology during gravidity in Crotaphytus collaris and Gambelia wislizenii. Department of Biology. Ph. D.:32.
Bryan-Ricketts D.  2012.  Soil geomorphology of the eastern Sevilleta Long Term Ecological Research Site. Earth and Planetary Sciences. PhD:410.
McMahon DR.  1998.  Soil, landscape and vegetation interactions in a small semi-arid drainage basin : Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico. Master's
Potter DU.  1996.  Spatial relationships among lightning, precipitation and vegetative cover in watersheds of the Rio Puerco Basin. Ph.D.
Boulanger JR.  2004.  Stable isotope partitioning of evapotranspiration across a shrub-grass ecotone following a precipitation event Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, USA. Master's
Brantley SL.  1997.  Surface-active arthropods at the Sevilleta LTER, New Mexico: spatial and temporal patterns in an ENSO-influenced system.
Wilson WD.  1998.  Systematic analysis of the rodent and rabbit bot flies Cuterebra Clark 1815. Master's
Wang X.  2001.  Temporal and spatial structures of black and blue gramas: Statistical analysis of biotic and abiotic interactions from Sevilleta line-intercept transect data. Master's
Bustamante JM.  2006.  Thermophilic fungi on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge. Biology Department. Ph.D.
Cunliffe AM.  2016.  Understanding Structure and Function in Semiarid Ecosystems: Implications for Terrestrial Carbon Dynamics in Drylands. University of New Mexico .
S. White A.  2008.  Vegetaion and environmental controls on soil respiration in a piñon-juniper woodland. Department of Biology. M.S.
Puttock AKeith.  2013.  Vegetation Change and Water, Sediment and Carbon Dynamics in Semi-Arid Environments. Department of Geography. Ph.D:290.
Bhark EW.  2002.  Water availability to vegetation across a semiarid shrubland and grassland ecotone, Sevilleta Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico. Master's

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