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1. Landscape position moderates how ant nests affect hydrology and so.. [11]
2. Impacts of shrub encroachment on ecosystem structure and functioni.. [8]
3. Do long-lived ants affect soil microbial communities? [7]
4. Animal foraging as a mechanism for sediment movement and soil nutr.. [7]
5. Colony size and foraging strategies in desert seed harvester ants [7]
6. Rapid Evaluation of Arid Lands (REAL): A Methodology [7]
7. Pack rats (Neotoma spp.): Keystone ecological engineers? [6]
8. Spatiotemporal Variations of Soil Microarthropod Communities in th.. [6]
9. FORAGING ECOLOGY OF 2 CHIHUAHUAN DESERT ANT SPECIES - NOVOMESSOR-C.. [6]
10. SURFACE LITTER BREAKDOWN IN A CHIHUAHUAN DESERT ECOSYSTEM [5]
11. CONTRIBUTIONS OF SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES TO THE ECONOMY OF CHIHUAHUA.. [5]
12. THE CONTRIBUTION OF RODENTS TO DECOMPOSITION PROCESSES IN A DESERT.. [5]
13. LIFE-STYLES OF DESERT LITTER-DWELLING MICROARTHROPODS - A REAPPRAI.. [5]
14. MICROARTHROPODS OF A DESERT TABOSA GRASS (HILARIA-MUTICA) SWALE [5]
15. SOIL MICROARTHROPODS FROM THE CHIHUAHUAN DESERT OF NEW-MEXICO [5]
16. THE RELATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS OF TERMITES AND MICROARTHROPODS TO FLUF.. [5]
17. DEEP SOIL MICROBIOTA IN DESERTS [5]
18. EFFECTS OF PLANT SIZE AND WATER RELATIONS ON GAS-EXCHANGE AND GROW.. [4]
19. Early warning indicators of desertification: examples of tests in .. [4]
20. Arroyo water storage and soil nutrients and their effects on gas-e.. [4]
21. Ant (Hymenoptera : Formicidae) responses to environmental stressor.. [4]
22. THE EFFECTS OF MICROARTHROPODS ON LITTER DECOMPOSITION IN A CHIHUA.. [4]
23. THE ROLE OF MITES AND NEMATODES IN EARLY STAGES OF BURIED LITTER D.. [4]
24. NUTRIENT CYCLING BY THE SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE GNATHAMITERMES-TUBIFO.. [4]
25. DIURNAL MIGRATION AND RESPONSES TO SIMULATED RAINFALL IN DESERT SO.. [4]
26. DECOMPOSITION RATES OF VARIOUS QUANTITIES OF BURIED LITTER IN A DE.. [4]
27. CARBON AND NITROGEN DYNAMICS DURING THE DECOMPOSITION OF LITTER AN.. [4]
28. A COMPARISON OF SURFACE AND BURIED LARREA-TRIDENTATA LEAF LITTER D.. [4]
29. THE EFFECTS OF HIGH SALT CONCENTRATION ON DESERT SOIL MICROARTHROP.. [4]
30. DISTRIBUTION AND DIVERSITY PATTERNS OF SOIL MITES AND OTHER MICROA.. [4]
31. THE FAILURE OF NITROGEN AND LIGNIN CONTROL OF DECOMPOSITION IN A N.. [4]
32. BIOLOGICAL FEEDBACKS IN GLOBAL DESERTIFICATION [3]
33. SUBTERRANEAN TERMITES AND LONG-TERM PRODUCTIVITY OF DESERT RANGELA.. [3]
34. FIELD SIMULATION OF WET AND DRY YEARS IN THE CHIHUAHUAN DESERT - S.. [3]
35. Ant communities and livestock grazing in the Great Basin, USA [3]
36. Animal disturbances promote shrub maintenance in a desertified gra.. [3]
37. Disturbances by desert rodents are more strongly associated with s.. [3]
38. RESPONSES OF DESERT SOIL ARTHROPODS AND NEMATODES TO SIMULATED RAI.. [3]
39. FORAGING ECOLOGY OF SEED-HARVESTING ANTS, PHEIDOLE SPP IN A CHIHUA.. [3]
40. EXCEPTIONS TO THE AET MODEL - DESERTS AND CLEAR-CUT FOREST [3]
41. EFFECTS OF INITIAL LITTER ACCUMULATION AND CLIMATE ON LITTER DISAP.. [3]
42. THE EFFECTS OF SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE REMOVAL ON DESERT SOIL-NITROGE.. [3]
43. FLORAL VISITATION BY CHIHUAHUAN DESERT ANTS [3]
44. THE CONTRIBUTION OF SHRUB PRUNING BY JACKRABBITS TO LITTER INPUT I.. [3]
45. SOIL RESPIRATION IN A CHIHUAHUAN DESERT RANGELAND [3]
46. RESPONSE OF EPHEMERAL PLANTS TO TERMITES, WATER AND NITROGEN IN A .. [3]
47. EFFECTS OF SIMULATED RAINFALL AND LITTER QUANTITIES ON DESERT SOIL.. [3]
48. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL RELATIONSHIPS OF SOIL MICROARTHROPODS ON A DE.. [3]
49. EFFECTS OF SIMULATED RAINFALL AND LITTER QUANTITIES ON DESERT SOIL.. [3]
50. STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATION OF A WINTER COMMUNITY OF CAVITY-INHABIT.. [3]
51. THE OCCURRENCE OF A HYPOGEOUS ASCOMYCETE IN THE NORTHERN CHIHUAHUA.. [3]
52. BIOGEOCHEMICAL CONSEQUENCES OF DESERTIFICATION [2]
53. SOIL BIOTA AND SOIL PROPERTIES IN THE SURFACE ROOTING ZONE OF MESQ.. [2]
54. Soil and litter microarthropod populations from two contrasting ec.. [2]
55. Soil microarthropods as indicators of exposure to environmental st.. [2]
56. Livestock activity and Chihuahuan Desert annual-plant communities:.. [2]
57. Assessing and monitoring the health of western rangeland watershed.. [2]
58. Presence/absence of a keystone species as an indicator of rangelan.. [2]
59. Effects of pocket gophers on desert soils and vegetation [2]
60. Desert grassland canopy arthropod species richness: temporal patte.. [2]
61. A conceptual model for primary productivity, decomposition and nit.. [2]
62. A LONG-TERM POSITIVE EFFECT OF KANGAROO RATS (DIPODOMYS-SPECTABILI.. [1]
63. RESPONSES OF BOUTELOUA-ERIOPODA TO IRRIGATION AND NITROGEN-FERTILI.. [1]
64. DESERT-DWELLING SMALL MAMMALS AS GRANIVORES - INTERCONTINENTAL VAR.. [1]
65. Variation in creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) canopy morphology in.. [1]
66. Changes in mass and chemistry of plant roots during long-term deco.. [1]
67. Analysis of desert plant community growth patterns with high tempo.. [1]
68. Mechanisms for the keystone status of kangaroo rats: graminivory r.. [1]
69. Spatial and temporal variability in relative abundance and foragin.. [1]
70. Effects of repeated drought on soil microarthropod communities in .. [1]
71. Impact of grazing and desertification in the Chihuahuan Desert: Pl.. [1]
72. Multivariate characterization of perennial vegetation in the north.. [1]
73. Nutrient resorption in shrubs growing by design, and by default in.. [1]
74. Graminivory by Dipodomys ordii and Dipodomys merriami on four spec.. [1]
75. Desertification and biopedturbation in the northern Chihuahuan Des.. [1]
76. Soil microtopography on grazing gradients in Chihuahuan desert gra.. [1]
77. Plant water relations and photosynthesis during and after drought .. [1]
78. Mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) germination and survival in black-g.. [1]

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