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Modelling animal movement as a persistent random walk in two dimensions: Expected magnitude of net displacement. Ecological Modelling. 132:115-124.. 2000.
A coupled oscillatory model mimicking avian circadian regulatory systems. Journal of Biological Physics. 26:261-272.. 2000.
Turnover and reliability of flower communities in extreme environments: Insights from long-term phenology data sets. Journal of Arid Environments. 115:27-34.. 2015.
Changes in species composition along a Chihuahuan desert scrub/desert grassland transition zone in central New Mexico. Fifth International Rangeland Congress: Salt Lake City, Utah, July 23-28,1995. :614-615.. 1995.
Does weather shape rodents? Climate related changes in morphology of two heteromyid species. Naturwissenschaften. 96:93-101.. 2009.
Parasites of mammals on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, Socorro, New Mexico: Cuterebra austeni and C. neomexicana (Diptera: Oestridae) from Neotoma and Peromyscus (Rodentia: Muridae), 1991-1994. Journal of Medical Entomology. 34:359-367.. 1997.
An Aqueous Geochemical and Hydrologic Study of the Springs and Wells of the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge: Evaluating Hydrochemical Pathways. M.S.. 2009.
Hydrogeochemistry of the Middle Rio Grande aquifer system — Fluid mixing and salinization of the Rio Grande due to fault inputs. Chemical Geology. 351:281-298.. 2013.
Asynchrony among local communities stabilises ecosystem function of metacommunities. Ecology Letters. 20(12). 2017.
Asymmetric responses of primary productivity to precipitation extremes: A synthesis of grassland precipitation manipulation experiments. Global Change Biology. 23(10). 2017.
Mark-recapture vs. simulated removal trapping for assessing temporal patterns in ecological communities: An example using coccidian parasites of two species of rodent. American Midland Naturalist. 137:112-123.. 1997.
Scaling of 'landscapes' in landscape ecology, or, landscape ecology from a beetle's perspective. Landscape Ecology. 3:87-96.. 1989.
The Effects of Fire on Nitrogen Cycling Processes within Bandelier National Monument, NM.. Second La Mesa Fire Symposium; 1994 March 29-31;. :123-139.. 1996.
Response of two semiarid grasslands to a second fire application. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 59:98-106.. 2006.
Relationship between the Southern Oscillation and dry deposition of sulfur and soil elements at the Chiricahua National Monument, southeastern Arizona.. 1991.
Cobble Mulch: An Anasazi Water-Conservation Gardening Technique. 42nd Annual NM Water Conference, Oct. 2-3, 1997. :109-121.. 1998.
Vegetaion and environmental controls on soil respiration in a piñon-juniper woodland. Department of Biology. M.S.. 2008.
The role of monoterpenes in soil nitrogen cycling processes in ponderosa pine: Results from laboratory bioassays and field studies. Biogeochemistry. 12:43-68.. 1991.
Response of vegetation, soil nitrogen, and sediment transport to a prescribed fire in semiarid grasslands. Rio Grande Ecosystems: Linking Land, Water, and People: Toward a Sustainable Future for the Middle Rio Grande Basin. RMRS-P-7:83-92.. 1999.
Assessment of the potential for in situ bioremediation of cyanide and nitrate contamination at a heap leach mine in central New Mexico. Journal of Soil Contamination. 3:271-283.. 1994.
Application of biosolids to degraded semiarid rangeland: Nine-year responses. Journal of Environmental Quality. 26:1663-1671.. 1997.
A flexible model for quantitative comparisons of nitrogen mineralization patterns. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 11:239-244.. 1991.
Regional-scale drought increases potential soil fertility in semiarid grasslands. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 40:73-78.. 2004.
Water Conservation through an Anasazi Gardening Technique. New Mexico Journal of Science. 38:251-278.. 1998.