New Mexico State University

Inventory, Monitoring, and Assessment

  • 2005 Summary of Range Brush Control Research: Demonstration Trials in NM
    • Duncan KW and McDaniel KC. No Date. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 60.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report60.pdf
  • Allelopathetic Effects of Kochia on Blue Grama
    • Karachi M and Pieper RD. 1987. Journal of Range Management 40:380-1.
  • Alternative Valuation Methods for Cattle Ranches on the White Sands Missile Range 1942-1982
    • Fowler JM and Gray JR. 1983. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 15.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report15.pdf
  • Ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) Responses to Environmental Stressors in the Northern Chihuahuan Desert
    • Nash MS, Whitford WG, Van Zee JW and Havstad KM. 2000. Environmental Entomology 29(2):200-206.
  • Application of Soil Quality to Monitoring and Management: Paradigms from Rangeland Ecology
    • Herrick JE, Brown JR, Tugel AJ, Shaver PL and Havstad KM. 2002. Agronomy Journal 94:3-11.
  • Applying Satellite Imagery to Triage Assessment of Ecosystem Health
    • Eve MD, Whitford WG and Havstad KM. 1999. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 54:205-27.
  • Approaches to Plant Community Classification for the Range Manager
    • Ratliff RD and Pieper RD. 1982. Journal of Range Management Monographic Service No. 1. Society of Range Management, Denver, CO.
  • Benefits and Costs in Controlling Sheep Bonded to Cattle without Wire Fencing
    • Anderson DM, Havstad KM, Shupe WL, Libeau R, Smith JN and Murray LW. 1994. Small Ruminant Research 14:1-8.
  • A Bibliography of Forest and Rangeland Nonpoint Sources of Pollution
    • Fowler JM and Wood MK. 1980.Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 4.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report4.pdf
  • Changes in Grass Basal Area and Forb Densities over a 64-Year Period on Grassland Types of the Jornada Experimental Range
    • Gibbens RP and Beck RF. 1988. Journal of Range Management 41:186-92.
  • Changes in New Mexico Range Conditions
    • Pieper RD. In: Proceedings of the 1996 Society of American Foresters Convention. Diverse Forests, Abundant Opportunities, and Evolving Realities. Nov. 9-13, 1996. Society of American Foresters. Bethesda, MD.
  • Changes in Piñon-Juniper Vegetation: A Brief History
    • Ernst R and Pieper RD. 1996. Rangelands 18:14-16.
  • Characteristics of State Non-Game Management Programs in 1980
    • Howard VW, Zwank PJ and Gray JR. 1980. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 8.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report8.pdf
  • Chemical Weed and Brush Control for New Mexico Rangelands
    • Duncan KW and McDaniel KC. 2009. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Circular 597.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_circulars/CR_597.pdf
  • Comparison of Big Sagebrush Vegetation in Northcentral New Mexico under Moderately Grazed and Grazing Excluded Conditions
    • Holechek JL and Stephenson T. 1983. Journal of Range Management 36:455-7.
  • Creosotebush Vegetation after 50 Years of Lagomorph Exclusion.
    • Gibbens RP, Havstad KM, Billheimer DD and Herbel CH. 1993. Oecologia 94:210-7.
  • Cross-Scale Interactions, Nonlinearities, and Forecasting Catastrophic Events
    • Peters DC, Pielke RA, Bestelmeyer BT, Allen CD, Munson-McGee S and Havstad KM. 2004. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101(42):15130-5.
  • A Critique of Methods for Inventory and Monitoring of Vegetation, Litter, and Soil Condition
    • Pieper RD. 1984. In: Developing Strategies for Rangeland Management. Westview Press, Boulder, CO. Chapter 3.
  • Data Entry, Organization and Analysis for Rapid Assessment Methodology
    • Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 76.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report76.pdf
  • The Desert Project An Analysis of Aridland Soil-Geomorphic Processes
    • Monger HC, Gile LH, Hawley JW and Grossman RB. 2009. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Research Bulletin 798. 68-76 in color
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/weather_climate/BL798.pdf
  • Early Warning Indicators of Desertification: Examples of Tests in The Chihuahuan Desert
    • de Soyza AG, Whitford WG, Herrick JE, Van Zee JW and Havstad KM. 1998. Journal of Arid Environments 39: 101-12.
  • Ecology of Pinyon-Juniper Vegetation in the Northern Sacramento Mountains
    • Lymbery GA and Pieper RD. 1983. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station • Bulletin 698.
      J87 .N6 X309.45, no.698
  • Effect of Previous Exposure of Sheep to Monoterpene Odors on Intake of Alfalfa Pellets Treated With Camphor or Alpha-Pinene
    • Estell RE, Fredrickson DL Anderson DM, Havstad KM and Remmenga MD. 2005. Small Ruminant Research 58:33-8.
  • Ephemeral Drainages in the Southwestern United States: A Literature Review
    • Cockman JS and Pieper RD. 1997. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Research Report 720.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/agmech_eng/RR720.pdf
  • Essential Oil of Chrysothamnus pulchellus (Gray) Greene ssp. pulchellus
    • Tellez MR, Estell RE, Fredrickson EL and Havstad KM. 1998. Journal of Essential Oil Research 10:201-4. 1998.
  • Essential Oil of Dyssodia acerosa DC.
    • Tellez MR, Estell RE, Fredrickson EL and Havstad KM. 1997. Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry 45:3276-8.
  • Essential Oil of Flourensia cernua DC
    • Tellez MR, Estell RE, Fredrickson EL and Havstad KM. 1997. Journal of Essential Oil Research 9:619-24.
  • Estimating Herbage Standing Crop from Rainfall Data in Niger
    • Wylie BK, Pieper RD and Southward GM. 1992. Journal of Range Management 45:277-84.
  • Factors Affecting Fruit Fill and Seed Germination of Fourwing Saltbush (Atriplex canescens (Pursh) Nutt.)
    • Gerard JB. 1978. In: Hyder DN (ed). Proceedings of the First International Rangeland Congress 403-5.
  • Factors Influencing Vegetation in The Southwestern U.S.
    • Pieper RD. In: Traylor IR, Dregne H and Mathis K (eds). Desert Development: The Endless Frontier. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Volume I: 474-487.
  • Field Soil Aggregate Stability Kit for Soil Quality and Rangeland Health Evaluations
    • Herrick JE, Whitford WG, de Soyza AG, Van Zee JW, Havstad KM, Seybold CA and Walton M. 2001. Catena 44:27-35.
  • A Guide to Identifying Livestock Depredation
    • Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 77.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report77.pdf
  • Guide to NM Range Analysis
    • Range Improvement Task Force. 1981. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 7.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report7.pdf
  • Habitat-Type Classification on the Piñon-Juniper Woodlands in Western New Mexico
    • Hill A, Pieper RD and Southward GM. 1992. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station • Bulletin766.
  • High-Resolution Images Reveal Rate and Pattern of Shrub Encroachment Over Six Decades in New Mexico, USA
    • Goslee SC Havstad KM Peters DC Rango A and Schlesinger W. 2003. Journal of Arid Environments 54:755-67.
  • Honey Mesquite Influences on Chihuahuan Desert Vegetation
    • Warren A, Holechek JL and Cardenas M. 1996. Journal of Range Management 49:46-52
  • Impact of Borrowing Activity of the Bannertail Kangaroo Rat on Southern New Mexico Desert Rangeland
    • Moroka N, Beck RF and Pieper RD. 1982. Journal of Range Management 35:707-10.
  • Importance of Forbs on Southwestern Ranges
    • Pieper RD and Beck RF.1980. Rangelands 2:35-6.
  • Improving Sustainability of Arid Rangelands
    • Havstad KM. 1999. In: Herrera EA and Mexal JG (eds). Ensuring Sustainable Development of Arid Lands through Time. New Mexico Journal of Science 174-97.
  • Indicators of Great Basin Rangeland Health
    • de Soyza AG, Van Zee JW, Whitford WG, Neale A, Tallent-Hallsel N, Herrick JE and Havstad KM. 2000. Journal of Arid Environments 45:289-304.
  • Increase in the Number of Dominant Plants and Dominance Classes on A Grassland in the Northern Chihuahuan Desert
    • Gibbens RP and Beck RF. 1987. Journal of Range Management 40:136-9.
  • Influence of Canopy Characteristics of One-Seed Juniper on Understory Grasses
    • Schott MR and Pieper RD. 1985. Journal of Range Management 38:328-31.
  • Influence of Topographic Features on Piñon-Juniper Vegetation in Southcentral New Mexico
    • Lymbery GA and Pieper RD. 1987. In: Everett RL (ed). Proceedings—Pinyon-Juniper Conference. USDA. Forest Service General Technical Report INT-215.p 53-7.
  • Insights to Invasive Species Dynamics from Desertification Studies
    • Peters DC, Yao J and Havstad KM. 2004. Weed Technology 18:1221-5.
  • Jornada Experimental Range: A Unique Arid Land Location for Experiments to Validate Satellite Systems
    • Havstad KM, Kustas WP, Rango A, Ritchie MC and Schmugge TJ. 2000. Remote Sensing of the Environment 74:13-25.
  • Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) Spectra of Herbaceous and Woody Pre- and Post-Digested Plant Material
    • Anderson DM, Fredrickson EL, Nachman P, Estell RE, Havstad KM and Murray LW. 1998. Animal Feed Science and Technology 70:315-37.
  • Locoweed Research Updates and Highlights
    • Sterling TM and Thompson DC. 1999. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Research Report 730.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/preface.pdf
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/overview.pdf
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/toxicology.pdf
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/ecology.pdf
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/manBIO.pdf
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/manCHEM.pdf
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/manGRAZ.pdf
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/economics.pdf
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR730/publication.pdf
  • Long-Term Ecological Monitoring
    • Havstad KM and Herrick JE. 2003. Arid Land Research and Management 17:389-400.
  • Long-Term Influences of Shrub Removal and Lagomorph Exclusion on Chihuahuan Desert Vegetation Dynamics
    • Havstad KM Gibbens RP, Knorr CA and Murray LW. 1999. Journal of Arid Environments 42:155-66.
  • Low Cost Seeding Practices for Desert Environments
    • Fredrickson EL, Barrow JR, Herrick JE, Havstad KM and Longland B. 1996. Restoration Management Notes 14:72-3.
  • Measurement Techniques for Herbaceous and Shrubby Vegetation
    • Pieper RD. 1978. Dept. Animal & Range Sci., New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM
  • Methods and Compensations for Ranch Properties and Grazing Permits on the White Sands Missile Range
    • Gray JR, Fowler JM and Schickedanz JG. 1983. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 17.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report17.pdf
  • Methods of Measuring Herbage and Browse Utilization
    • Pieper RD. 1986. In: Range research Research: Basic Problems and Techniques. Cook CW and Stubbendieck J (eds). Society Range Management, Denver, CO.
  • Methods of Studying Vegetation
    • Pieper RD. 1986. In: Range Research: Basic Problems and Techniques Cook CW and Stubbendieck J (eds). Society for Range Management, Denver, CO. Chapter 5.
  • Monitoring and Interpreting Ecological Integrity on Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of the Western United States
    • West NE, McDaniel KC, Smith LE, Tueller PT and Leonard S. 1994. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 37.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report37.pdf
  • Monitoring Changes in Stressed Ecosystems Using Spatial Patterns of Ant Communities
    • Nash MS, Whitford WG, Van Zee JW and Havstad KM. 1998. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 51:201-10.
  • Monitoring Rangelands in NM: Rage, Riparian, Erosion, Water Quality and Wildlife
    • Allison, CD, Baker TT, Boren JC, Wright BD and Fernald AG. No Date. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 53.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report53.pdf
  • Monitoring to Detect Change on Rangelands: Physical, Social and Economic / Policy Drivers
    • Brown JR and Havstad KM. 2004. African Journal of Range and Forage Science 21:115-21.
  • Morphological Characteristics of Shrub-Coppice Dunes in Desert Grasslands of Southern New Mexico Derived from Scanning LIDAR
    • Rango A, Chopping M, Ritchie J, Havstad KM, Kustas W and Schmugge T. 2000. Remote Sensing of the Environment 74:26-44.
  • A Multi-Scale Classification of Vegetation Dynamics in Arid Lands: What is the Right Scale of Models, Monitoring, And Restoration?
    • Bestelmeyer BT, Trujillo DA, Tugel AJ and Havstad KM. 2006. Journal of Arid Environments 65:296-318.
  • Natural Cycles of Desertification in the Chihuahuan Desert, North America
    • Monger HC. In: Traylor IR, Dregne H and Mathis K (eds). Desert Development: The Endless Frontier. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Volume I: 209-23.
  • Object-Oriented Image Analysis for Mapping Shrub Encroachment from 1937-2003 in Southern New Mexico
    • Laliberte AS, Rango A, Havstad KM, Paris JF, Beck RF, McNeely R and Slaughter AL. 2004. Remote Sensing of the Environment 93:198-210.
  • Overstory-Understory Interactions in Southwestern Piñon-Juniper Vegetation
    • Schott MR and Pieper RD. In: Everett RL (ed). Proceedings—Pinyon-Juniper Conference. USDA. Forest Service General Technical Report INT-215. 461-464
  • Overstory-Understory Relations in Piñon-Juniper Woodlands in New Mexico
    • Pieper RD. 1990. Journal of Range Management 43:413-5.
  • Overstory-Understory Relationships: Pinyon-Juniper Relationships in Western Forests
    • Pieper RD. In: Bartlett ET and Betters DR (eds). Overstory-Understory Relationships in Western Forests. Western Regional Publication No. 1. Colorado State. University Agricultural Experiment Station Fort Collins, CO.
  • Perspectives on Desertification: Southwestern United States
    • Fredrickson EL, Havstad KM, Estell RE and Hyder P. 1998. Journal of Arid Environments 39:191-207.
  • Perspectives on Rangeland Management: Stocking Rates, Seasonal Forecasts, and the Value of Weather Information to New Mexico Ranchers
    • Hurd BH, Torell LA and McDaniel KC. 2007. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Research Report 759.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/RR-759.pdf
  • Pinyon-Juniper Rangelands
    • Gottfried GW and Pieper RD. 2000. In: Jemison R and Raish C (eds). Livestock Management in the American Southwest. Ecology, Society, and Economics. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Post-Drought Vegetation Dynamics on Arid Rangelands in Southern New Mexico
    • Herbel CH and Gibbens R. 2002. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station • Bulletin776.
      J87 .N6 X309.45, no.776
  • Primary Shoot Production of Blue Grama Grassland in South-Central New Mexico under Two Soil-Nitrogen Levels
    • Pieper RD, Dwyer DD and Banner RE. 1975. Southwestern Naturalist 20:293-302.
  • Private Land Grazing Transactions in NM 1983-84, Implications for State Trust Land Grazing Fees
    • Fowler JM, Torell LA, Witte JM and Bowe RD. No Date. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 18.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report18.pdf
  • Procedures for Updating Weather Databases and the Weather Data Website on the NMSU Corona Range and Livestock Research Center
    • Torell LA, McDaniel KC, Cox S and Majumdar S. 2008. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Technical Report 46.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/research/livestock_range/TR46.pdf
  • Rangeland Vegetation Productivity and Biomass
    • Pieper RD. 1988. In: Tueller PT (ed). Vegetation Science Applications for Rangeland Analysis and Management. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Netherlands.
  • Reassessment of Grazing Allotments in the BLM Roswell and Socorro Districts
    • McDaniel KC, Allison CD, Fowler JM and Schickedanz JG. 1981. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 11.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report11.pdf
  • Recent Rates of Mesquite Establishment in the Northern Chihuahuan Desert
    • Gibbens RP, Beck RF, McNeely RP and Herbel CH. 2002. Journal of Range Management 45:585-8.
  • Remote Sensing Documentation of Historic Rangeland Remediation Treatments in Southern New Mexico
    • Rango A, Goslee SC, Herrick JE, Chopping MJ, Havstad KM, Huenneke LF, Gibbens RP, Beck R and McNeely R. 2002. Journal of Arid Environments 50:549-72.
  • Response of Fourwing Saltbush to Periods of Protection
    • Pieper RD and Donart GB. 1978. Journal of Range Management 31:314-5.
  • Review of Livestock Management Practices to Minimize Livestock Depredation by Wolves: Applicability to the Southwest
    • Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 78.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report78.pdf
  • Satellite Assessment of Drought Impact on Native Plant Communities of Southeastern New Mexico, U.S.A.
    • Peters A, Reed B, Eve M and Havstad KM. 1993. Journal of Arid Environments 24:305-19.
  • Satellite-Based Herbaceous Biomass Estimates in the Pastoral Zone Of Niger
    • Wylie BK, Denda I, Pieper RD, Harrington JA, Reed BC and Southward GM. 1995. Journal of Range Management 48:159-64.
  • A Satellite Based Range Assessment in the Central Pastoral Zone for the Sahel Of Africa
    • Wylie BK, Harrington JA, Pieper RD and Denda I. 1992. Geocarta Intern. 7:79-85.
  • Selected Essays on Science, Rangelands, and Role of The Society for Range Management
    • Havstad KM. 2005. Rangelands 7:24-8.
  • A Simple Range Trend Monitoring Procedure
    • Allison CD. 1982. Cooperative Extension Service 400 B-2.
  • Site Characteristics on Pinyon-Juniper and Blue Grama Ranges in South-Central New Mexico
    • Pieper RD, Montoya JR and Groce VL. 1971. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station • Bulletin 573.
      J87 .N6 X309.45, no.573
  • Soil-Geomorphic Heterogeneity Governs Patchy Vegetation Dynamics at an Arid Ecotone.
    • Bestelmeyer BT, Ward JP and Havstad KM. 2006. Ecology 87:963-73.
  • Spatial Variation of Piñon-Juniper Woodlands in New Mexico
    • Pieper RD. 1993. In: Aldon EF and Shaw DW (Technical Coordinators). Managing Piñon-Juniper Ecosystems for Sustainability and Social Needs. USDA. Forest Service General Technical Report RM -236.
  • Species Composition of Woodland Communities in the Southwest
    • Pieper RD. In: Ffolliott PF, Gottfried GJ, Bennett DA, Hernandez VM, and Hamre RH. (Technical Coordinators.). USDA. Forest Service Technical Report RM - 218.
  • Stable Isotopes and Soil Geomorphology as Indicators of Holocene Climate Change, Northern Chihuahuan Desert
    • Buck BJ and Monger CH. 1999. Journal of Arid Environments 43:357-73.
  • Structure and Function of North American Desert Grassland Ecosystems
    • Pieper RD, Anway JC, Ellstrom MA, Herbel CH, Packard RL, Pimm SL, Raitt RJ, Staffeldt EE and Watts JG. 1983. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station • Special Report 39.
  • Two-Phase Pattern in Mesquite-Herbland Vegetation in Southwestern New Mexico
    • Haque Z, Younga AL, McDaniel KC, and Pieper RD. 1991. The Southwestern Naturalist 36:54-9.
  • Understory Production and Composition in Piñon-Juniper Woodlands in New Mexico
    • Pieper RD. 1995. In: Shaw DW, Aldon EF and LoSapie C (Technical Coordinators). Desired Future Conditions For Piñon-Juniper Ecosystems. USDA. Forest Service General Technical Report RM -258.
  • Using Historic Data to Assess Effectiveness of Shrub Removal in Southern New Mexico
    • Rango A, Huenneke L, Bounopane M, Herrick JE and Havstad KM. 2005. Journal of Arid Environments 62:75-91.
  • Using the Rapid Assessment Methodology (RAM) to Make Adaptive Management Decisions
    • Allison CD, Holechek JL, Boren JC, Baker TT, Fowler JM, Ashcroft NK and McIntosh AP. No Date. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 58.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report58.pdf
  • The Utility of Historical Aerial Photographs for Detecting and Judging the Effectiveness of Rangeland Remediation Treatments
    • Rango A and Havstad KM. 2003. Journal of Environmental Practice 5:107-18.
  • The Value of Public Land Grazing Permits and the Grazing Fee Dilemma
    • Torell LA, Bartlett ET and Obermiller FW. No Date. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University. Agricultural Experiment Station • Range Improvement Task Force • Report 31.
      http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_ritf/report31.pdf
  • Vegetation Changes in the Jornada Basin from 1858 to 1998
    • Gibbens RP, McNeely RP, Havstad KM, Beck RF and Nolen B. 2005. Journal of Arid Environments 61:651-68.
  • A Vegetation Classification System for New Mexico, U.S.A.
    • Donart GB, Sylvester D and Hickey W. 1978. In: Proceedings First International Rangeland Congress Society Range Management, Denver, CO.
  • Vegetation Patterns as Affected by Aspect and Elevation in Small Desert Mountains
    • Mata-Gonzalez R. and Pieper RD. 2002. The Southwestern Naturalist 47:440-8.
  • Vegetation, Soil And Animal Indicators Of Rangeland Health
    • Whitford WG, de Soyza AG, Van Zee JW, Herrick JE and Havstad KM. 1998. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 51:179-200.
  • Vegetational Changes on a Semi-Desert Grassland Range
    • Buffington LC and Herbel CH. 1965. Ecological Monographs 35:139-64.

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