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Gerber BD, Parmenter RR.  2015.  Spatial capture-recapture model performance with known small-mammal densities. Ecological Applications. 25(3):695-705.
Germano DJ.  2014.  Activity, Growth, Reproduction, and Population Structure of Desert Box Turtles (Terrapene ornata luteola) at the Northern Edge of the Chihuahuan Desert. Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 13:56-64.
Gill RA, Burke IC.  1999.  Ecosystem consequences of plant life form changes at three sites in the semiarid United States. Oecologia. 121:551-563.
Gilman CA.  2010.  Respiratory physiology during gravidity in Crotaphytus collaris and Gambelia wislizenii. Department of Biology. Ph. D.:32.
Gilman CA, Toolson EC, Wolf BO.  2008.  Effects of temperature on the behavior of Trimerotropis pallidipennis (Orthoptera, Acrididae). The Southwestern Naturalist. 53:162-168.
Gilman CA, Wolf BO.  2007.  Use of portable ultrasonography as a nondestructive method for estimating reproductive effort in lizards. Journal of Experimental Biology. 210:1859-1867.
Gilman CA, Candelaria G, Gershman B, Norenberg JP, Wolf BO.  2013.  Respiratory Biology during Gravidity in Crotaphytus collaris and Gambelia wislizenii. Journal of Herpetology. 47(2)
Giuggioli L., Abramson G., Kenkre V.M, Parmenter RR, Yates TL.  2006.  Theory of home range estimation from displacement measurements of animal populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 240:126-135.
Gosz JR.  1991.  Ecological functions in a biome transition zone: Translating local responses to broad-scale dynamics. Landscape Boundaries: Consequences for Biotic Diversity and Ecological Flows. 92:56-75.
Gosz JR.  2001.  Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network. Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change. 2:390-394.
Gosz JR.  1998.  International Long-term Ecological Research: Priorities, opportunities and lessons learned. Long-Term Ecological Research in the East Asia-Pacific Region: Biodiversity and Conservation of Terrestrial and Freshwater Ecosystems. :9-14.
Gosz JR.  1999.  Ecology challenged? Who? Why? Where is this headed? Ecosystems. 2:475-481.
Gosz JR.  1992.  Gradient analysis of ecological change in time and space: Implications for forest management. Ecological Applications. 2:248-261.
Gosz JR.  1995.  Edges and natural resource management: Future directions. Ecology International. 22:17-34.
Gosz JR, Waide RB.  2002.  Long-term Ecological Research (LTER) program. Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. 2:1183-1186.
Gosz JR.  2001.  GTOS (Global Terrestrial Observing System). Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change. 2:337-338.
Gosz JR.  1993.  Ecotone hierarchies. Ecological Applications. 3:369-376.
Gosz JR.  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.
Gosz JR, Peters DPC, Kertesz M., Kovacs-Lang E., Kroel-Dulay G, Barta S..  2000.  Organization of grasslands along ecological gradients: US-Hungarian LTER grassland cooperation. :67-78.
Gosz JR, Moore DI, Grover HD, Rison W, Rison C, Ward TJ, Stevens KA, Bolton SM.  1993.  Analysis of relationships between lightning, precipitation, and runoff.
Gosz JR.  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.
Gosz JR.  2001.  New dimensions of the ILTER Network, opportunities in central and eastern Europe. EKOLOGIA-BRATISLAVA. 20:5-12.
Gosz JR, Parmenter RR, Marshall DL.  1992.  Ecological indicators in a desert/grassland transition. International Symposium, October 16-19, 1990. :739-763.
Gosz JR, Moore DI, Shore GA, Grover HD, Rison W, Rison C.  1995.  Lightning estimates of precipitation location and quantity on the Sevilleta LTER, New Mexico. Ecological Applications. 5:1141-1150.
Gosz JR.  1994.  Sustainable biosphere initiative: Data management challenges. Environmental Information Management and Analysis: Ecosystem to Global Scales. :27-39.