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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.
White CS, Dreesen DR, Loftin SR.  1998.  Cobble Mulch: An Anasazi Water-Conservation Gardening Technique. 42nd Annual NM Water Conference, Oct. 2-3, 1997. :109-121.
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.
Newberry TL.  1999.  Effect of spatial and temporal variability on water relations and growth in pinon pine: III. Whole tree response. Rio Grande Ecosystems: Linking Land, Water, and People: Toward a Sustainable Future for the Middle Rio Grande Basin. RMRS-P-7:99-105.
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.
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.
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.
Parmenter RR.  1999.  Sevilleta long-term ecological research program: Measuring ecosystem responses to environmental change. Rio Grande Ecosystems: Linking Land, Water, and People: Toward a Sustainable Future for the Middle Rio Grande Basin. RMRS-P-7:164-169.