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Fagerlund RA, Ford PL, Jr. PJPolechl.  2001.  New records for fleas (Siphonaptera) from New Mexico with notes on plague-carrying species. Southwestern Naturalist. 46:94-96.
Farley GH.  1992.  Additions to the "Birds of the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge" List. New Mexico Ornithological Society Bulletin. 20:31-32.
Fay PA, Prober SM, W. Harpole S, Knops JMH, Bakker JD, Borer ET, Lind EM, MacDougall AS, Seabloom EW, Wragg PD et al..  2015.  Grassland productivity limited by multiple nutrients. Nature Plants. 1:1-5.
Fernandes V, de Lima NMMachado, Roush D, Rudgers J, Collins SL, Garcia-Pichel F.  2018.  Exposure to predicted precipitation patterns decreases population size and alters community structure of cyanobacteria in biological soil crusts from the Chihuahuan Desert. Environmental Microbiology. 20(1)
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.
Finch DM, Pendleton RL, Reeves MC, Ott JE, Kilkenny FF, Butler JL, Ott JP, Pinto JR, Ford PL, Runyon JB et al..  2016.  Rangeland drought: Effects, restoration, and adaptation. Effects of drought on forests and rangelands in the United States: A comprehensive science synthesis. :28.
Finch DM.  2012.  Climate Change in Grasslands, Shrublands, and Deserts of the Interior American West: A Review and Needs Assessment. :1-147.
Firn J, Moore JL, MacDougall AS, Borer ET, Seabloom EW, HilleRisLambers J, W. Harpole S, Cleland EE, Brown CS, Knops JMH et al..  2011.  Abundance of introduced species at home predicts abundance away in herbaceous species. Ecology Letters. 14:274-281.
Ford PL, White CS.  2005.  Fire and nutrient cycling in shortgrass steppe of the southern Great Plains, USA. Optimisation of Nutrient Cycling and Soil Quality for Sustainable Grasslands. :101.
Ford PL, Fagerlund RA, Duszynski DW, Jr. PJPolechl.  2004.  Fleas and lice of mammals in New Mexico. :1-57.
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.
Frey TC, Curtin CG.  1997.  A low-tech technique for aerial photograph analysis. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 78:203-204.
Frey JK, Yates TL.  1996.  Mammalian diversity in New Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science. 36:4-37.
Frey JK, Yates TL, Duszynski DW, Gannon WL, Gardner SL.  1992.  Designation and curatorial management of type host specimens (symbiotypes) for new parasite species. Journal of Parasitology. 78:930-932.
Friggens MT.  2003.  Relating small mammal dynamics to precipitation and vegetation on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico. Master's
Friggens MT.  2002.  Carnivory on desert cottontails (Sylvilagus audobonii) by Texas antelope ground squirrels (Ammospermophilus interpres). The Southwestern Naturalist. 47:132-133.
Friggens MM, Finch DM, Bagne KE, Coe SJ, Hawksworth DL.  2013.  Vulnerability of Species to Climate Change in the Southwest: Terrestrial Species of the Middle Rio Grande. :1-201.
Friggens MM, Bagne KE, Finch DM, Falk D, Triepke J, Lynch A.  2013.  Review and Recommendations for Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Approaches With Examples From the Southwest. :1-118.
Friggens MM, Finch DM.  2015.  Implications of Climate Change for Bird Conservation in the Southwestern U.S. under Three Alternative Futures. PLOS ONE. 10(12)
Friggens M, Raish C, Finch D, McSweeney A.  2015.  The influence of personal belief, agency mission and city size on open space decision making processes in three southwestern cities. Urban Ecosystems. 18(2)