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Ludwig JA, Muldavin EH, K. Blanche R.  2000.  Vegetation change and surface erosion in desert grasslands of Otero Mesa, southern New Mexico: 1982 to 1995. The American Midland Naturalist. 144:273-285.
Loftin SR, Aguilar R, Wolters GL.  1995.  Distribution of soil TOC, TKN, and TP across a Chihuahuan desertscrub/desert grassland ecotone. Fifth International Rangeland Congress: Salt Lake City, Utah, July 23-28,1995. :323-324.
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.
Lin Z-S, Li B-L.  2002.  The maximum sustainable yield of Allee dynamic system. Ecological Modelling. 154:1-7.
Lin C-C, Kassim ARahman, Vanderbilt K, Henshaw D, Melendez-Colom EC, Porter JH, Niiyama K, Yagihashi T, Tan SAun, Lu S-S et al..  2011.  An ecoinformatics application for forest dynamics plot data management and sharing. Taiwan Journal of Forest Science. 26(4)
Lin Z-S, Li B-L.  2001.  Scaling laws for the prey-predator interaction rates. Integrative Systems Approaches to Natural and Social Dynamics. :111-118.
Lin Z-S, Li B-L.  2002.  On the minimum cost of an evolutionary strategy response to environmental stress. Journal of Environmental Sciences (China). 14(3):333-338.
Limousin JMarc, Bickford CP, Dickman LT, Pangle RE, Hudson PJ, Boutz AL, Gehres N, Osuna JL, Pockman WT, McDowell NG.  2013.  Regulation and acclimation of leaf gas exchange in a piñon–juniper woodland exposed to three different precipitation regimes. Plant, Cell and Environment. 36:1812-1825.
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.
Lightfoot DC, Brantley SL, Allen CD.  2008.  Geographic patterns of ground-dwelling arthropods across an ecoregional transition in the North American Southwest. Western North American Naturalist. 68:83-102.
Li B-L.  2000.  Preface. Ecological Modelling. 132(1-2):1.
Li B-L, Charnov EL.  2001.  Diversity-stability relationships revisited: Scaling rules for biological communities near equilibrium. Ecological Modelling. 140:247-254.
Li B-L.  2000.  Why is the holistic approach becoming so important in landscape ecology? Landscape and Urban Planning. 50:27-41.
Li B-L.  2001.  Applications of fractal geometry and percolation theory to landscape analysis and assessments. A Guidebook for Integrated Ecological Assessments. :200-210.
Li B-L.  2002.  Criticality, self-organized. Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. 2:447-450.
Li B-L.  2000.  Fractal geometry applications in description and analysis of patch patterns and patch dynamics. Ecological Modelling. 132:33-50.
Li B-L.  2002.  Fractal dimensions. Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. 2:821-825.
Li B-L.  2002.  A theoretical framework of ecological phase transitions for characterizing tree-grass dynamics. Acta Biotheoretica. 50:141-154.
Li B-L, Wu H-i, Zou G..  2000.  Self-thinning rule: A causal interpretation from ecological field theory. Ecological Modelling. 132:167-173.
Li B-L.  2001.  Fuzzy statistical and modeling approach to ecological assessments. A Guidebook for Integrated Ecological Assessments. :211-220.
Leibowitz S.G., Loehle C., Li B-L, Preston E.M..  2000.  Modeling landscape functions and effects: A network approach. Ecological Modelling. 132:77-94.
Leffler JA, England LE, Naito J.  2000.  Vulnerability of Fremont cottonwood (Populus fremontii Wats.) individuals to xylem cavitation. Western North American Naturalist. 60:204-210.
Lebuhn G, Droege S, Connor EF, Gemmill-Herren B, Potts SG, Minckley RL, Griswold T, Jean R, Kula E, Roubik DR et al..  2012.  Detecting insect pollinator declines on regional and global scales. Conservation Biology. 27(1):113-120.
Lauber CL.  2006.  Edaphic factors contributing to soil microbial extracellular enzyme activities. Biology Department. Ph.D.
Larson JL, Siemann E.  1998.  Legumes may be symbiont-limited during old field succession. American Midland Naturalist. 140:90-95.