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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Keirith Snyder
Great Basin Rangelands Research
Ecology

Phone: (775) 784-6057 ext. 245
Fax: (775) 784-1712

USDA, ARS, PWA, GBRRU
920 VALLEY ROAD
RENO , NV 89512

Projects
Porter Canyon Experimental Watershed: Quantifying the Effects of Piñon and Juniper Control on Ecosystem Processes
General Cooperative Agreement (A)
  Accession Number: 425514
Integrating Ecological Process Knowledge into Effective Management of Invasive Plants in Great Basin Rangelands
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 429922
Desatoya Mountains Project and the Porter Canyon Experimental Watershed
Interagency Reimbursable Agreement (I)
  Accession Number: 423304

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Evaluating mountain meadow groundwater response to pinyon-juniper and temperature in a great basin watershed -
Assessing the role of climate and resource management on groundwater dependent ecosystem changes in arid environments with the landsat archive -
Huntington, J.L., Mcgwire, K., Morton, C., Snyder, K.A., Peterson, S., Erickson, T., Niswonger, R., Carroll, R., Smith, G., Allen, R. 2016. Assessing the role of climate and resource management on groundwater dependent ecosystem changes in arid environments with the landsat archive. Remote Sensing of Environment. doi: 10.1016/j.rse.2016.07.004.
Emergence and early survival of early versus late seral species in Great Basin restoration in two different soil types -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Leger, E.A., Duke, S.E. 2015. Emergence and early survival of early versus late seral species in Great Basin restoration in two different soil types. Applied Vegetation Science. doi: 10.1111/avsc.12175.
First-year establishment, biomass and seed production of early vs. late seral natives in two medusahead (Taeniatherum caputmedusae) invaded soils -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Leger, E.A., Duke, S.E. 2014. First-year establishment, biomass and seed production of early vs. late seral natives in two medusahead (Taeniatherum caputmedusae) invaded soils. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 7:291-302.
Restoring abandoned agricultural lands in cold desert shrublands: tradeoffs between water availability and invasive species -
Chambers, J.C., Eldredge, E.P., Snyder, K.A., Board, D.L., Forbis De Queiroz, T., Hubbard, V. 2014. Restoring abandoned agricultural lands in cold desert shrublands: tradeoffs between water availability and invasive species. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 7(1):176-189.
Isolating relative humidity: dual isotopes d18O and dD as deuterium deviations from the global meteoric water line -
Voelker, S.L., Brooks, J., Meinzer, F.C., Roden, J., Pazdur, A., Pawelczyck, S., Hartsough, P., Snyder, K.A., Plavoca, L., Santrucek, J. 2014. Isolating relative humidity: dual isotopes d18O and dD as deuterium deviations from the global meteoric water line. Ecological Applications. 24(5):960-975.
Using Annual Forbs and Early Seral Species in Seeding Mixtures for Improved Success in Great Basin Restoration -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Leger, E.A., Duke, S.E. 2013. Using Annual Forbs and Early Seral Species in Seeding Mixtures for Improved Success in Great Basin Restoration [abstract]. National Native Seed Conference, April 8-11, 2013, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Impacts of insect biological control on soil N transformations in Tamarix-invaded ecosystems in the Great Basin, USA -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Blank, R.R. 2013. Impacts of insect biological control on soil N transformations in Tamarix-invaded ecosystems in the Great Basin, USA. Journal of Arid Environments. 88:147-155.
The effects of insect biological control on a Tamarix invaded ecosystem: ecosystem water and carbon fluxes and plant-level responses Reprint Icon -
Snyder, K.A., Scott, R.L., Mcgwire, K., Jones, T.J., Uselman, S.M. 2013. The effects of insect biological control on a Tamarix invaded ecosystem: ecosystem water and carbon fluxes and plant-level responses [abstract]. Ecological Society of America (ESA). COS 40-10.
Use of native annual forbs and early seral species in seeding mixtures for improved success in Great Basin restoration -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Leger, E.A., Duke, S.E. 2012. Use of native annual forbs and early seral species in seeding mixtures for improved success in Great Basin restoration [abstract]. 97th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR, Aug. 5-10, 2012. Available at www.esa.org/meetings/archivedabstracts.php.
Multiple year effects of a biological control agent (Diorhabda carinulata) on Tamarix (saltcedar) ecosystem exchanges of carbon dioxide and water -
Snyder, K.A., Scott, R.L., Mcgwire, K. 2012. Multiple year effects of a biological control agent (Diorhabda carinulata) on Tamarix (saltcedar) ecosystem exchanges of carbon dioxide and water. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 164:161-169.
Hydrologic Research in a Pinyon and Juniper Encroached Watershed -
Restoring abandoned agricultural lands in arid environments: the tradeoffs between water availability and exotic species -
Impacts of insect biological control on soil N transformations in Tamarix-invaded ecosystems in the Great Basin -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Blank, R.R. 2012. Impacts of insect biological control on soil N transformations in Tamarix-invaded ecosystems in the Great Basin. Proceedings of Western Society of Weed Science. 65:55.
Piñon and juniper summer water source partitioning: stemflow vs. groundwater -
Dittrich, A., Snyder, K.A., Lossing, S., Stringham, T. 2012. Piñon and juniper summer water source partitioning: stemflow vs. groundwater [abstract. Society for Range Management. 65:34.
Effects of pinyon and juniper expansion on watershed hydrology and vegetation response -
Ecohydrology of petrocalcic horizons: water storage, ecological potential, and hydrologic models Reprint Icon -
Duniway, M.C., Herrick, J.E., Monger, H.C., Browning, D.M., Snyder, K.A., Peters, D.C. 2011. Ecohydrology of petrocalcic horizons: water storage, ecological potential, and hydrologic models [abstract]. Ecological Society of America (ESA). p. 00547-7.
Ecosystem water use efficiency in an arid shrubland in Chile under natural and afforested conditions -
Perez-Quezada, J.F., Jara, P.M., Fuster, R., Franck, N., Snyder, K.A., Johnson, D.A. 2011. Ecosystem water use efficiency in an arid shrubland in Chile under natural and afforested conditions [abstract]. In: 96th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas. 29437.
Water, energy and carbon flux observations from ARS watersheds and agro-ecosystem experimental sites -
Alfieri, J.G., Kustas, W.P., Baker, J.M., Flerchinger, G.N., Phillips, R., Prueger, J.H., Scott, R.L., Skinner, H., Marks, D.G., Hatfield, J.L., Goodrich, D.C., Herrick, J.E., Snyder, K.A. 2011. Water, energy and carbon flux observations from ARS watersheds and agro-ecosystem experimental sites [abstract]. Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. 2011 CDROM.
UVB exposure does not accelerate rates of litter decomposition in a semiarid riparian ecosystem -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Blank, R.R., Jones, T.J. 2011. UVB exposure does not accelerate rates of litter decomposition in a semiarid riparian ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 43:1254-1265.
UVB exposure does not accelerate rates of litter decomposition in a semiarid riparian ecosystem -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Blank, R.R., Jones, T.J. 2010. UVB exposure does not accelerate rates of litter decomposition in a semiarid riparian ecosystem. American Geophysical Union, Abstract. Available: http://www.agu.org/cgi-bin/SFgate.
Carbon pools in an arid shrubland in Chile under natural and afforested conditions -
Perez-Quezada, J.F., Delpiano, C., Franck, N., Snyder, K.A., Johnson, D.A. 2011. Carbon pools in an arid shrubland in Chile under natural and afforested conditions. Journal of Arid Environments. 75:29-37.
Insect biological control accelerates leaf litter decomposition and alters short-term nutrient dynamics in a Tamarix-invaded riparian ecosystem -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Blank, R.R. 2010. Insect biological control accelerates leaf litter decomposition and alters short-term nutrient dynamics in a Tamarix-invaded riparian ecosystem. Oikos. 120:409-417.
Ecophysiological Responses of Salt Cedar (Tamarix spp. L.) to the Northern Tamarisk Beetle (Diorhabda carinulata Desbrochers) In A Controlled Environment -
Snyder, K.A., Uselman, S.M., Jones, T.J., Duke, S. 2010. Ecophysiological responses of salt cedar (Tamarix spp. L.) to the northern tamarisk beetle (Diorhabda carinulata Desbrochers) in a controlled environment. Biological Invasions. 12:3795-3808.
Diel Variations in Needle Water Isotopic Composition in Two Pine Species -
Snyder, K.A., Monnar, R., Poulson, S.R., Hartsough, P., Biondi, F. 2010. Diel Variations in Needle Water Isotopic Composition in Two Pine Species. Tree: Structure and Function. 24:585-595.
Precipitation regulates the response of net ecosystem CO2 exchange to environmental variation on U.S. rangelands Reprint Icon -
Polley, H.W., Emmerich, W., Bradford, J.A., Sims, P.L., Johnson, D.A., Saliendra, N.Z., Svejcar, T., Angell, R., Frank, A.B., Phillips, R.L., Snyder, K.A., Morgan, J.A., Sanabria, J., Mielnick, P.C., Dugas, W.A. 2010. Precipitation regulates the response of net ecosystem CO2 exchange to environmental variation on U.S. rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 63:176-186.
Tamarisk biocontrol in the western United States: ecological and societal implications -
Hultine, K.R., Belnap, J., Van Riper III, C., Ehleringer, J.R., Dennison, P.E., Lee, M.E., Nagler, P.L., Snyder, K.A., Uselman, S.M., West, J.B. 2010. Tamarisk biocontrol in the western United States: ecological and societal implications. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 8(9):467-474.
Spatial and temporal patterns of water availability in a grass-shrub ecotone and implications for grassland recovery in arid environments Reprint Icon -
Duniway, M.C., Snyder, K.A., Herrick, J.E. 2010. Spatial and temporal patterns of water availability in a grass-shrub ecotone and implications for grassland recovery in arid environments. Ecohydrology. 3:55-67.
The potential for water savings through the control of saltcedar and russian olive -
Nagler, P.L., Shafroth, P.B., Labaugh, J.W., Snyder, K.A., Scott, R.L., Merritt, D.M., Osterberg, J. 2010. The potential for water savings through the control of saltcedar and russian olive. In: Shafroth, P.B., Brown, C.A., Merritt, D.M., editors. Saltcedar and Russian Olive Control Demonstration Act Science Assessment. USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5247. p. 35-47.
Physiological and environmental regulation of interannual variability in CO2 exchange on rangelands in the western United States Reprint Icon -
Polley, H.W., Emmerich, W., Bradford, J.A., Sims, P.L., Johnson, D.A., Saliendra, N.Z., Svejcar, T., Angell, R., Frank, A.B., Phillips, R.L., Snyder, K.A., Morgan, J.A. 2010. Physiological and environmental regulation of interannual variability in CO2 exchange on rangelands in the western United States. Global Change Biology. 16:990-1002.
Physiological Response of Tamarix ramosissima (Salt Cedar) to Diorhabda elongata (Leaf Beetle) Herbivory in a Controlled Environment -
Effects of biocontrol on short-term nutrient dynamics in a tamarix-invaded riparian ecosystem -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Blank, R.R., Jones, T.J. 2009. Effects of biocontrol on short-term nutrient dynamics in a tamarix-invaded riparian ecosystem [abstract]. Ecological Society of America. CDROM.
Precipitation regulates the response of net ecosystem CO2 exchange to environmental variation on U.S. rangelands -
Polley, H.W., Emmerich, W.E., Bradford, J.A., Sims, P.L., Johnson, D.A., Saliendra, N.Z., Svejcar, A.J., Angell, R.F., Frank, A.B., Phillips, B.L., Snyder, K.A., Morgan, J.A., Sanabria, J., Mielnick, P.C., Dugas, W.A. 2009. Precipitation regulates the response of net ecosystem CO2 exchange to environmental variation on U.S. rangelands. In: Proceedings of the Ecological Society of America, August 2-7, 2009, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 2009 CDROM.
Biocontrol alters litter chemistry and short-term decomposition in a Tamarisk-invaded ecosystem -
Uselman, S.M., Snyder, K.A., Blank, R.R., Jones, T.J. 2009. Biocontrol alters litter chemistry and short-term decomposition in a Tamarisk-invaded ecosystem [abstract]. In: 2009 Tamarisk and Russian Olive Research Conference, Reno, NV. p. 28-29.
Biocontrol of tamarisk in the western United States: an event underway with significant ecological and societal implications -
Hultine, K.R., Belnap, J., Dennison, P.E., Ehleringer, J.R., Lee, M.E., Nagler, P.L., Snyder, K.A., Uselman, S.M., Van Riper, C., West, J.B. 2009. Biocontrol of tamarisk in the western United States: an event underway with significant ecological and societal implications [abstract]. In: 2009 Tamarisk and Russian Olive Research Conference, Reno, Nevada. p. 16.
Climatic regulation of seasonal and inter-annual variability in net ecosystem exchange of CO2 on rangelands -
Polley, H.W., Emmerich, W.E., Bradford, J.A., Johnson, D.A., Svejcar, A.J., Angell, R.F., Phillips, B.L., Snyder, K.A., Morgan, J.A. 2009. Climatic regulation of seasonal and inter-annual variability in net ecosystem exchange of CO2 on rangelands. In: Proceedings of the Society for Range Management, February 8-12, 2009, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 2009 CDROM.
Seasonal and inter-annual variability in rangeland NEE: Contributions of climatic anomalies and fluctuations in daytime and night-time CO2 fluxes -
Polley, H.W., Emmerich, W.E., Bradford, J.A., Sims, P.L., Johnson, D.A., Saliendra, N.Z., Svejcar, A.J., Angell, R.F., Frank, A.B., Phillips, B.L., Snyder, K.A., Morgan, J.A. 2008. Seasonal and inter-annual variability in rangeland NEE: Contributions of climatic anomalies and fluctuations in daytime and night-time CO2 fluxes. In: Proceedings of the Ecological Society of America, August 3-8, 2008, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 2008 CDROM.
Ecophysiological responses of Chihuahuan desert grasses to fire. -
Allred, B.W., Snyder, K.A. 2008. Ecophysiological responses of Chihuahuan desert grasses to fire. Journal of Arid Environments.72:1989-1996.
Modeling the effects of historical vegetation change on near-surface atmosphere in the northern Chihuahuan Desert -
Beltran-Przekurat, A., Peilke, R.A., Peters, D.C., Snyder, K.A., Rango, A. 2008. Modeling the effects of historical vegetation change on near-surface atmosphere in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Arid Environments. 72:1897-1910.
CARBON FLUXES ON NORTH AMERICAN RANGELANDS -
Svejcar, A.J., Angell, R.F., Bradford, J., Dugas, W., Emmerich, W.E., Frank, A.B., Gilmanov, T., Haferkamp, M.R., Johnson, D.A., Mayeux Jr, H.S., Mielnick, P., Morgan, J.A., Saliendra, N., Schuman, G.E., Sims, P.L., Snyder, K.A. 2008. Carbon fluxes on north american rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61:465-474.
Does hydraulic lift or nighttime transpiration facilitate nitrogen acquistion? -
Snyder, K.A., James, J.J., Richards, J.H., Donovan, L.A. 2008. Does hydraulic lift or nighttime transpiration facilitate nitrogen acquistion?. Plant and Soil Journal. 306:159-166.
Ecosystem effects of Diorhabda elongata (leaf beetle) on Tamarix invaded riparian systems -
Snyder, K.A., Uselman, S.M., Jones, T.J. 2007. Ecosystem effects of Diorhabda elongata (leaf beetle) on Tamarix invaded riparian systems [abstract]. Nevada Water Resources Association-Truckee River Symposium. p. 21.
Root Allocation and Water Uptake Patterns in Riparian Tree Saplings: responses to irrigation and defoliation in a glasshouse environment -
Snyder, K.A., Williams, D.G. 2007. Root allocation and water uptake patterns in riparian tree saplings: Responses to irrigation and defoliation. Forest Ecology and Management. 246:222-231.
The past, present, and future of biologically-based weed management on rangeland watersheds in the western United States -
Williams III, L.H., Carruthers, R.I., Snyder, K.A., Longland, W.S. 2007. The past, present, and future of biologically-based weed management on rangeland watersheds in the western United States. International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds. p.44.
Biologically-based integrated management of salt cedar on western rangeland watersheds -
Williams Iii, L.H., Snyder, K.A., Longland, W.S., Blank, R.R., Young, J.A., Carruthers, R.I. 2006. Biologically-based integrated management of salt cedar on western rangeland watersheds [abstract]. In: 2006 Tamarisk Research Conference. Current Status and Future Directions. p. 6.
SHRUB-GRASS TRANSITIONS AND MULTISCALE TEMPORAL VARIATION IN WATER AVAILABILITY -
WATER AND ENERGY BALANCES WITHIN THE JORNADA BASIN -
Gutschick, V.P., Synder, K.A. 2006. Water and energy balances within the Jornada basin. In: Havstad, K.M., Huenneke, L.F., Schlesinger, W.H., editors. Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem. The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. Oxford, NY: Oxford University Press. p. 176-188.
PATTERNS AND CONTROLS OF SOIL WATER IN THE JORNADA BASIN -
Snyder, K.A., Mitchell, K.A., Herrick, J.E. 2006. Patterns and controls of soil water in the Jornada basin. In: Havstad, K.M., Huenneke, L.F., Schlesinger, W.H., editors. Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem. The Jornada Basin Long-Term Ecological Research Site. Oxford, NY: Oxford University Press. p. 107-132.
MULTI-SCALE RESPONSES OF CARBON AND WATER FLUXES TO MAGNITUDE AND FREQUENCY OF PRECIPITATION PULSES IN THE NORTHERN CHIHUAHUAN DESERT -
Snyder, K.A., Maxwell, C.J., Cable, J.M. 2005. Multi-scale responses of carbon and water fluxes to magnitude and frequency of precipitation pulses in the northern Chihuahuan desert [abstract]. The Ecological Society of America, 90th Annual Meeting, August 7-12, 2005, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. p. 599.
MICROBIAL CRUST CO2 RESPONSE TO PRECIPITATION ON THE JORNADA EXPERIMENTAL RANGE -
Cable, J.M., Snyder, K., Barron-Gafford, G., Cable, W.L., Huete, A., Huxman, T.E. 2005. Microbial crust CO2 response to precipitation on the Jornada Experimental Range [abstract]. The Ecological Society of America. p. 91.
NIGHTIME TRANSPIRATION AND NUTRIENT ACQUISITION: IS THERE A BENEFIT OF LOSING WATER AT NIGHT? -
Caird,M.A., Richards, J.H., James, J.J. Donovan, L.A., Ludwig, F., Snyder, K.A. 2005. Nighttime transpiration and nutrient acquisition: Is there a benefit of losing water at night? [abstract]. The Ecological Society of America, 90th Annual Meeting. August 7-12, 2005. p. 93.
MULTI-SCALE TEMPORAL VARIATION IN WATER AVAILABILITY: IMPLICATIONS FOR VEGETATION DYNAMICS IN ARID AND SEMI-ARID ECOSYSTEMS -
Synder, K.A., Tartowski, S.L. 2006. Multi-scale temporal variation in water availability: Implications for vegetation dynamics in arid and semi-arid ecosystems. Journal of Arid Environments. 65(2):219-234.
TEMPORAL VARIATION IN WATER AVAILABILITY -
Snyder, K.A., Tartowski, S.L., Gutshick, V.P. 2004. Temporal variation in water availability [abstract]. Sixth Symposium on the Natural Resources of the Chihuahuan Desert Region, October 14-17, 2004, Alpine, Texas. p. 42.
VEGETATION-WATER BUDGET INTERACTIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS AT MULTIPLE SCALES -
Peters, D.C., Snyder, K.A., Wainwright, J., Parsons, A.J. 2004. Vegetation-water budget interactions: implications for ecosystem dynamics at multiple scales [abstract]. 89th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Lessons of Lewis and Clark: Ecological Exploration of Inhabited Landscapes, August 1-6, 2004, Portland, Oregon. p. 397.
PRECIPITATION PULSES AND CARBON FLUXES IN SEMIARID AND ARID ECOSYSTEMS -
Huxman, T.E., Snyder, K.A., Tissue, D., Leffler, J., Pockman, W.T., Sandquist, D.R., Potts, D.L., Schwinning, S. 2004. Precipitation pulses and carbon fluxes in semiarid and arid ecosystems. Oecologia. 141(2):254-268.
ARID ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES TO VARIATIONS IN THE FREQUENCY AND MAGNITUDE OF GROWING SEASON PRECIPITATION -
Snyder, K.A., Cable, J.M., Huxman, T.E., Tartowski, S.L. 2004. Arid ecosystem responses to variations in the frequency and magnitude of growing season precipitation [abstract]. 89th Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America. p. 476.
ECOHYDROLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF WOODY PLANT ENCROACHMENT -
Huxman, T.E., Wilcox, B.P., Breshears, D.D., Scott R.L., Snyder, K.A., Small, E.E., Hultine, K., Pockman, W.T., Jackson, R.B. 2005. Ecohydrological implications of woody plant encroachment. Ecology. 86(2):308-319.
THE EFFECTS OF ALTERED PRECIPITATION PATTERNS ON ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES IN A DESERT RANGELAND -
Snyder, K.A., Cable, J.M., Huxman, T.E., Maxwell, C.J. 2004. The effects of altered precipitation patterns on ecosystem responses in a desert rangeland [abstract]. 4th International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies. p. 79.
ECOHYDROLOGY AND WOODY PLANT ENCROACHMENT: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR EVALUATING LANDSCAPE CONSEQUENCES -
HUXMAN, T.E., SNYDER, K.A., WILCOX, B.P., SCOTT, R.L., BRESHEARS, D.D., SMALL, E.E., JACKSON, R.B., POCKMAN, W.T., HULTINE, K.R. ECOHYDROLOGY AND WOODY PLANT ENCROACHMENT: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR EVALUATING LANDSCAPE CONSEQUENCES. 2003 FALL MEETING, AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION. 2003. ABSTRACT P. F320.
EXTENSIVE SUMMER WATER PULSES DO NOT NECESSARILY LEAD TO CANOPY GROWTH OF GREAT BASIN AND NORTHERN MOJAVE DESERT SHRUBS -
Snyder, K.A., Donovan, L.A., James, J.J., Tiller, R.L., Richards, J.H. 2004. Extensive summer water pulses do not necessarily lead to canopy growth of great basin and northern Mojave Desert shrubs. Oecologia. 141(2):325-334.
AN ECOHYDROLOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR DETERMINING THE LANDSCAPE EFFECTS OF WOODY PLANT ENCROACHMENT -
SNYDER, K.A., HUXMAN, T.E., BRESHEARS, D.D., WILCOX, B.P., SMALL, E.E., SCOTT, R.L., JACKSON, R.B., HULTINE, K.R. AN ECOHYDROLOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR DETERMINING THE LANDSCAPE EFFECTS OF WOODY PLANT ENCROACHMENT. 88TH ANNUAL LMEETING, ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA. 2003. ABSTRACT P. 314.
HISTORICAL AND CURRENT HYDROLOGICAL RESEARCH AT THE USDA-ARS JORNADA EXPERIMENTAL RANGE IN SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO -
RANGO, A., SNYDER, K.A., HERRICK, J.E., HAVSTAD, K.M., GIBBENS, R., WAINWRIGHT, J., PARSONS, T. HISTORICAL AND CURRENT HYDROLOGICAL RESEARCH AT THE USDA-ARS JORNADA EXPERIMENTAL RANGE IN SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO. PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIRST INTERAGENCY CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH IN THE WATERSHEDS. 2003. V. 1(1). P. 302-308.
PLANT ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND SOIL WATER AVAILABILITY IN SEMIARID AND ARID REGIONS -
SNYDER, K.A. PLANT ECOPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND SOIL WATER AVAILABILITY IN SEMIARID AND ARID REGIONS. SOCIETY FOR RANGE MANAGEMENT, NEW MEXICO SECTION, WINTER MEETING. 2003. ABSTRACT P. 2.
DEFOLIATION ALTERS WATER UPTAKE BY DEEP AND SHALLOW ROOTS OF PROSOPIS VELUTINA (VELVET MESQUITE) -
SNYDER, K.A., WILLIAMS, D.G. DEFOLIATION ALTERS WATER UPTAKE BY DEEP AND SHALLOW ROOTS OF PROSOPIS VELUTINA (VELVET MESQUITE). FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY. 2003. V. 17(3). P. 363-374.
NIGHT-TIME CONDUCTANCE IN C3 AND C4 SPECIES: DO PLANTS LOSE WATER AT NIGHT? -
SNYDER, K.A., RICHARDS, J.H., DONOVAN, L.A. NIGHT-TIME CONDUCTANCE IN C3 AND C4 SPECIES: DO PLANTS LOSE WATER AT NIGHT? JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY. 2003. V. 54(383). P. 861-865.
RIPARIAN PLANT COMMUNITY PATTERNS: A CASE STUDY FROM SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA -
SNYDER, K.A., GUERTIN, D.P., JEMISON, R.L., FFOLLIOTT, P.F. RIPARIAN PLANT COMMUNITY PATTERNS: A CASE STUDY FROM SOUTHEASTERN ARIZONA. ARIZONA-NEVADA ACADEMY OF SCIENCE JOURNAL. 2002. V. 34(2). P. 106-111.
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