Biblio

Found 727 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Desc)]
1996
Hawkins LK.  1996.  Burrows of kangaroo rats are hotspots for desert soil fungi. Journal of Arid Environments. 32:239-249.
Hill RJ, Wilson JJ, Sarma AD, Andreas EL, Gosz JR, Moore DI.  1996.  Data sets of the scintillation experiment at Sevilleta.
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.
White CS.  1996.  The Effects of Fire on Nitrogen Cycling Processes within Bandelier National Monument, NM.. Second La Mesa Fire Symposium; 1994 March 29-31;. :123-139.
Hill RJ, Otto WD, Wilson JJ, Sarma AD, Andreas EL, Gosz JR, Moore DI.  1996.  Fluxes of momentum and heat measured at Sevilleta, New Mexico.
Treadwell-Steitz CJ.  1996.  Late Cenozoic landscape evolution, and soil geomorphic and geochemical factors influencing the storage and loss of carbon within a semi-arid, extensional landscape : Palo Duro Wash, Rio Grande Rift, central New Mexico. Ph.D.
Frey JK, Yates TL.  1996.  Mammalian diversity in New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science. 36:4-37.
Sarma AD, Hill RJ.  1996.  A millimeter wave scintillometer for flux measurements. IETE Technical Review. 15:521-528.
Nieuwolt PM.  1996.  Movement, activity, and microhabitat selection in the western box turtle, Terrapene ornata luteola, in New Mexico. Herpetologica. 52:487-495.
Loftin SR, White CS.  1996.  Potential nitrogen contribution of soil cryptogams to post-disturbance forest ecosystems in Bandelier National Monument, NM. Second La Mesa Fire Symposium; 1994 March 29-31; Los Alamos, New Mexico.. :140-148.
Otto WD, Hill RJ, Sarma AD, Wilson JJ, Andreas EL, Gosz JR, Moore DI.  1996.  Results of the millimeter-wave instrument operated at Sevilleta, New Mexico.
Schlesinger WH, Raikes JA, Hartley AE, Cross AF.  1996.  On the spatial pattern of soil nutrients in desert ecosystems. Ecology. 77:364-374.
Potter DU.  1996.  Spatial relationships among lightning, precipitation and vegetative cover in watersheds of the Rio Puerco Basin. Ph.D.
Gosz RJ, Gosz JR.  1996.  Species interactions on the biome transition zone in New Mexico: Response of blue grama (Bouteloua gracilis) and black grama (Bouteloua eripoda) to fire and herbivory. Journal of Arid Environments. 34:101-114.
Stafford SG, Brunt JW, Benson B.J..  1996.  Training Environmental Information Managers of the Future. :111-116.

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