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Davidson AD.  2005.  The comparative and interactive effects of prairie dogs and banner-tailed kangaroo rats on plants and animals in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Ph.D.
Berka RM, Grigoriev IV, Otillar R, Salamov A, Grimwood J, Reid I, Ishmael N, John T, Darmond C, Moisan M-C et al..  2011.  Comparative genomic analysis of the thermophilic biomass-degrading fungi Myceliophthora thermophila and Thielavia terrestris. Nature Biotechnology. 29:922-927.
Houlahan J.E., Currie DJ, Cottenie K., Cumming G.S., Ernest SKMorgan, Findlay C.S., Fuhlendorf S.D., Gaedke U., Legendre P., Magnuson JJ et al..  2007.  Compensatory dynamics are rare in natural ecological communities. PNAS. 104:3273-3277.
Ruegg J, Gries C, Bond-Lamberty B, Bowen GJ, Felzer BS, McIntyre NE, Soranno PA, Vanderbilt KL, Weathers KC.  2014.  Completing the data life cycle: using information management in macrosystems ecology research. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 12(1):24-30.
Koontz TL, Simpson HL.  2010.  The composition of seed banks on kangaroo rat (Dipodomys spectabilis) mounds in a Chihuahuan Desert Grassland. Journal of Arid Environments. 74:1156-1161.
Turnbull L, Wainwright J, Brazier RE.  2008.  A conceptual framework for understanding semi-arid land degradation: Ecohydrological interactions across multiple-space and time scales. Ecohydrology. 1:23-34.
Simkin SM, Allen EB, Bowman WD, Clark CM, Belnap J, Brooks ML, Cade BS, Collins SL, Geiser LH, Gilliam FS et al..  2016.  Conditional vulnerability of plant diversity to atmospheric nitrogen deposition across the United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113(15):5.
Seamster VAnn.  2010.  Consequences of woody plant encroachment for mammalian predators. Ph.D.
Ashby PD.  1997.  Conservation of mass-specific metabolic rate among high- and low-elevation populations of the acridid grasshopper Xanthippus corallipes. Physiological Zoology. 70:701-711.
Kerkhoff AJ, Martens SN, Shore GA, Milne BT.  2004.  Contingent effects of water balance variation on tree cover density in semiarid woodlands. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 3:237-246.
Huxman TE, Smith MD, Fay PA, Knapp AK, M. Shaw R, Loik ME, Smith SD, Tissue DT, Zak JC, Weltzin JF et al..  2004.  Convergence across biomes to a common rain-use efficiency. Nature. 429:651-654.
Limousin J-M, Yepez EA, McDowell NG, Pockman WT.  2015.  Convergence in resource use efficiency across trees with differing hydraulic strategies in response to ecosystem precipitation manipulation. Functional Ecology. 29(9):1125-1136.
Fraser LH, Henry HAL, Carlyle CN, White SR, Beierkuhnlein C, Jr. JFCahill, Casper BB, Cleland E, Collins SL, Dukes JS et al..  2013.  Coordinated distributed experiments: an emerging tool for testing global hypotheses in ecology and environmental science. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 11(3):147-155.
Dahm CN, Baker MA, Moore DI, Thibault JR.  2003.  Coupled biogeochemical and hydrological responses of streams and rivers to drought. Freshwater Biology. 48:1219-1231.
Wu H-i, Lu J, Li B-L.  2000.  A coupled oscillatory model mimicking avian circadian regulatory systems. Journal of Biological Physics. 26:261-272.
Seamster VA, Waits LP, Macko SA, Shugart HH.  2014.  Coyote (Canis latrans) mammalian prey diet shifts in response to seasonal vegetation change. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies. 50(3):343-360.
Hernandez L., Parmenter RR, Dewitt JW, Lightfoot DC, Laundre J.W.  2002.  Coyote diets in the Chihuahuan Desert: More evidence for optimal foraging. Journal of Arid Environments. 51:613-624.
Li B-L.  2002.  Criticality, self-organized. Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. 2:447-450.
Peters DPC, Sr. RAPielke, Bestelmeyer BT, Allen CD, Munson-McGee S, Havstad KM.  2004.  Cross scale interactions, nonlinearities, and forecasting catastrophic events. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 101:15130-15135.
Peters DPC, Bestelmeyer BT, Turner MG.  2007.  Cross-Scale interactions and changing pattern-process relationships: Consequences for system dynamics. Ecosystems. 10:790-796.
Collins SL, Suding K.N., Clark C.M..  2011.  Cross-site comparisons of ecological responses to long-term nitrogen fertilization. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
Driscoll C.T., Groffman P.M., Blair J.M., Lugo A.E., Laney C.M., Peters DPC.  2011.  Cross-site comparisons of precipitation and surface water chemistry. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
Peters DPC, Fraser W.R., Kratz TK, Ohman M.D., Rassweiler A., Holbrook S.J., Schmitt R.J..  2013.  Cross-site comparisons of state change dynamics. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
Yao J, Sala O.E., Peters DPC.  2013.  Cross-site studies "by design": Experiments and observations that provide new insights. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
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Wengui S, Brunt JW, Hong J, Yu C.  1994.  Data management and its significance in modern ecology. Advances in Resource and Eco-Environmental Research (Chinese). 5:27-30.

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