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Wu H-i, Lu J, Li B-L.  2000.  A coupled oscillatory model mimicking avian circadian regulatory systems. Journal of Biological Physics. 26:261-272.
Wu H-i, Li B-L, Springer T.A, Neill W.H.  2000.  Modelling animal movement as a persistent random walk in two dimensions: Expected magnitude of net displacement. Ecological Modelling. 132:115-124.
Wright KW, Vanderbilt KL, Inouye DW, C. Bertelsen D, Crimmins TM.  2015.  Turnover and reliability of flower communities in extreme environments: Insights from long-term phenology data sets. Journal of Arid Environments. 115:27-34.
Wolters GL, Loftin SR, Aguilar R.  1995.  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.
Wolf M, Friggens MT, Salazar-Bravo J.  2009.  Does weather shape rodents? Climate related changes in morphology of two heteromyid species. Naturwissenschaften. 96:93-101.
Wilson WD.  1998.  Systematic analysis of the rodent and rabbit bot flies Cuterebra Clark 1815. Master's
Wilson WD, Hnida JA, Duszynski DW.  1997.  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.
Williams AJ.  2009.  An Aqueous Geochemical and Hydrologic Study of the Springs and Wells of the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge: Evaluating Hydrochemical Pathways. M.S.
Williams AJ, Crossey LJ, Karlstrom KE, Newell D, Person M, Woolsey E.  2013.  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.
Wilber PG, Patrick MJ.  1997.  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.
Wiens JA, Milne BT.  1989.  Scaling of 'landscapes' in landscape ecology, or, landscape ecology from a beetle's perspective. Landscape Ecology. 3:87-96.
White CS, Moore DI, Craig JA.  2004.  Regional-scale drought increases potential soil fertility in semiarid grasslands. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 40:73-78.
White CS, Loftin SR, Hofstad SC.  1999.  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.