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Nutrient cycling in a freshwater marsh: The decomposition of fish and waterfowl carrion. Limnology and Oceanography. 36:976-987.. 1991.
Ecological indicators in a desert/grassland transition. International Symposium, October 16-19, 1990. :739-763.. 1992.
Faunal Community Development on Disturbed Lands: An Indicator of Reclamation Success. Evaluating Reclamation Success: The Ecological Consideration - Proceedings of a Symposium. :73-89.. 1992.
The Sevilleta Long-Term Ecological Research Program: Measuring Ecosystem Responses to Environmental Change. Proceedings of the 1992 New Mexico Conference on the Environment.. 1992.
The hantavirus epidemic in the southwest: Rodent population dynamics and the implications for transmission of Hantavirus-associated Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (HARDS) in the four corners region.. 1993.
Diversity of animal communities on southwestern rangelands: Species patterns, habitat relationships, and land management. Natural Resources and Environmental Issues: Biodiversity in Rangelands. :50-71.. 1995.
The diversity, spatial variability, and functional roles of vertebrates in desert grassland. The Desert Grassland. :196-229.. 1995.
Guidelines for working with rodents potentially infected with hantavirus. Journal of Mammalogy. 76:716-722.. 1995.
Pecos National Historical Park mammal survey data help solve hantavirus mystery. Park Science. 15:12-13.. 1995.
Harvester ants and fire in a desert grassland: Ecological responses of Pogonomyrmex rugosus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) to experimental wildfires in central New Mexico. Environmental Entomology. 27:282-287.. 1998.
Small mammal survival and trapability in mark-recapture monitoring programs for hantavirus. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 34:1-12.. 1998.
Incidence of plague associated with increased winter-spring precipitation in New Mexico. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 61:814-821.. 1999.
The relationship between primary productivity and species richness. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 30:257-300.. 1999.
Responses of vegetation and small mammals to a reintroduction of Gunnison's prairie dogs. Journal of Mammalogy. 80:1311-1324.. 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.. 1999.
Statistical sensitivity for detection of spatial and temporal patterns in rodent population densities. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 5:118-125.. 1999.
Vegetation change following removal of keystone herbivores from desert grasslands in New Mexico, USA. Journal of Vegetation Science. 12:167-180.. 2001.
Coyote diets in the Chihuahuan Desert: More evidence for optimal foraging. Journal of Arid Environments. 51:613-624.. 2002.
The ecology and evolutionary history of an emergent disease: Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. BioScience. 52:989-998.. 2002.
Modeling relationships between climate and the frequency of human plague cases in the Southwestern United States, 1960-1997. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 66:186-196.. 2002.
Patterns of shrub-dwelling arthropod diversity across a desert shrubland-grassland ecotone: A test of island biogeographic theory. Journal of Arid Environments. 50:247-265.. 2002.
Responses of a riparian forest-floor arthropod community to wildfire in the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico. Environmental Entomology. 31:774-784.. 2002.