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Kirsten B Romig
Range Management Research
Range Technician

Phone: (575) 646-9401
Fax: (575) 646-9408

2995 KNOX STREET
LAS CRUCES , NM 88003

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Seasonal divergence iof landscape use by heritage and conventional cattle on desert rangeland -
Trials and tribulations of quantifying hotspots of cattle use in large desert pastures -
Spiegal, S.A., Estell, R.E., Cibils, A.F., James, D.K., Peinetti, R., Browning, D.M., Romig, K.B., Gonzalez, A.L., Lyons, A.J., Bestelmeyer, B.T. 2019. Trials and tribulations of quantifying hotspots of cattle use in large desert pastures [abstract]. In: Abstract Proceedings of the 72nd Society for Range Management International Meeting, February 10-13, 2019. Minneapolis, Minnesota. p. 340.
Variation of Seed Banks among Ecological States in the Chihuahuan Desert: Implications for Restoration -
Romig, K.B., James, D.K., Bestelmeyer, B.T., Maxwell, C.J., Brown, J., Salley, S.W. 2019. Variation of Seed Banks among Ecological States in the Chihuahuan Desert: Implications for Restoration [abstract]. In: Abstract Proceedings of the 72nd Society for Range Management International Meeting, February 10-13, 2019. Minneapolis, Minnesota. p. 364.
Can foraging behavior of Criollo cattle help increase agricultural production and reduce environmental impacts in the arid Southwest? -
Spiegal, S.A., Estell, R.E., Cibils, A.F., Browning, D.M., Peinetti, H., James, D.K., Romig, K.B., Gonzalez, A.L. 2016. Can foraging behavior of Criollo cattle help increase agricultural production and reduce environmental impacts in the arid Southwest? [abstract] Ecological Society of America. Paper No. 62011.
Mosses new to New Mexico Reprint Icon -
Romig, K.B., Allred, K.W. 2013. Mosses new to New Mexico. Evansia. 30(3):105-109.