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Milne BT, Moore DI, Betancourt JL, Fairchild-Parks JA, Swetnam TW, Parmenter RR, Pockman WT.  2003.  Multidecadal drought cycles in South-central New Mexico: Patterns and consequences. Climate Variabililty and Ecosystem Response at Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Sites. :286-307.
Milne BT, Cohen WB.  1999.  Multiscale assessment of binary and continuous landcover variables for MODIS validation, mapping, and modeling applications. Remote Sensing of Environment. 70:82-98.
Milne BT, Johnson AR, Matyk S.  1999.  ClaraT: Instructional software for fractal pattern generation and analysis. :304-322.
Milne BT.  1998.  Motivation and benefits of complex systems approaches in ecology. Ecosystems. 1:449-456.
Milne BT.  1997.  Applications of fractal geometry in wildlife biology. Wildlife and Landscape Ecology: Effects of Pattern on Scale. :32-69.
Milne BT, Johnson AR, Keitt TH, Hatfield CA, David J, Hraber PT.  1996.  Detection of critical densities associated with pinon-juniper woodland ecotones. Ecology. 77:805-821.
Milne BT.  1993.  Pattern analysis for landscape evaluation and characterization. Eastside Forest Ecosystem Health Assessment. Volume II. Ecosystem Management: Principles and Applications.. :121-134.
Milne BT, Johnson AR.  1993.  Renormalization relations for scale transformation in ecology. Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences. 23:109-128.
Milne BT.  1992.  Spatial aggregation and neutral models in fractal landscapes. American Naturalist. 139:32-57.
Milne BT.  1992.  Indications of landscape condition at many scales. Ecological Indicators. 2:893-895.
Milne BT, Turner MG, Wiens JA, Johnson AR.  1992.  Interactions between the fractal geometry of landscapes and allometric herbivory. Theoretical Population Biology. 41:337-353.
Milne BT.  1991.  Heterogeneity as a Multiscale Characteristic of Landscapes. Ecological Heterogeneity. :70-84.
Milne BT.  1990.  Lessons from applying fractal models to landscape patterns. Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology. 82:199-235.