A Vegetation Classification and Map for the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico: Final Report.. 1998.
Water Conservation through an Anasazi Gardening Technique. New Mexico Journal of Science. 38:251-278.. 1998.
Abundance, diversity and body size: patterns from a grassland arthropod community. Journal of Animal Ecology. 68:824-835.. 1999.
Applied historical ecology: Using the past to manage for the future. Ecological Applications. 9:1189-1206.. 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.. 1999.
Dynamics of plant and arthropod diversity during old field succession. Ecography. 22:406-414.. 1999.
Ecology challenged? Who? Why? Where is this headed? Ecosystems. 2:475-481.. 1999.
An ecosystem approach for understanding landscape diversity. Ecological Stewardship: A Common Reference for Ecosystem Management. :157-194.. 1999.
Ecosystem consequences of plant life form changes at three sites in the semiarid United States. Oecologia. 121:551-563.. 1999.
Effect of spatial and temporal variability on water relations and growth in pinon pine: III. Whole tree response. Rio Grande Ecosystems: Linking Land, Water, and People: Toward a Sustainable Future for the Middle Rio Grande Basin. RMRS-P-7:99-105.. 1999.
Endoparasitic infection of Dipodomys and Perognathus species on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, 1989-1998. Master's. 1999.
Gaps in mammalian body size distributions reexamined. Ecology. 80:2788-2792.. 1999.
Genetic diversity and distribution of Peromyscus-born hantaviruses in North America. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 5:75-86.. 1999.
Geographic patterns of simulated establishment of two Bouteloua species: Implications for distributions of dominants and ecotones. Journal of Vegetation Science. 10:343-356.. 1999.
Incidence of plague associated with increased winter-spring precipitation in New Mexico. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 61:814-821.. 1999.
International Long Term Ecological Research: Collaboration among national networks of research sites for a global understanding. Long Term Ecological Research Examples, Methods, Perspectives for Central Europe. :9-18.. 1999.
International Long-term Ecological Research: Collaboration among national networks of research sites for a global understanding. Nature and Culture in Landscape Ecology (Experiences for the 3rd Millenium). :59-68.. 1999.
Long-term studies of hantavirus reservoir populations in the Southwestern United States: Rationale, potential, and relevance for human health. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 5:95-101.. 1999.
Multiscale assessment of binary and continuous landcover variables for MODIS validation, mapping, and modeling applications. Remote Sensing of Environment. 70:82-98.. 1999.
Nutrient cycling at the landscape scale: The role of diel foraging migrations by geese at the Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge. Limnology and Oceanography. 44:828-836.. 1999.
Operational atmospheric correction of landsat TM data. Remote Sensing of Environment. 70:4-15.. 1999.
Paleoclimatic significance of [H isotope] and [C isotope] values in pinyon pine needles from packrat middens spanning the last 40,000 years. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 147:53-72.. 1999.
Perspectives on International Long Term Ecological Research. Perspectives in Ecology. :99-105.. 1999.
Plant regulation of soil nutrient distribution in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Plant Ecology. 145:11-26.. 1999.