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G & G research in Ecosystem Sciences


G & G geologist and geophysicist conduct research on ecosystem science in Western North America. Selected references include:

Miller, D. M., and Yount, J. C., 2009, Introduction to the surficial geology and geomorphology of the Fort Irwin area, in Webb, R. H., Fenstermaker, L., Heaton, J., Hughson, D., McDonald, E., and Miller, D., eds., The Mojave Desert: Ecosystem processes and sustainability: University of Nevada Press, 481 p.

Miller, D. M.,. Bedford, D. R., Hughson, D. L., McDonald, E. V., Robinson, S.E., Schmidt, K. M., 2009, Mapping Mojave Desert ecosystem properties with surficial geology, in Webb, R. H., Fenstermaker, L. F., Heaton, J. S., Hughson, D. L., McDonal, E. V., and Miller, D. M., eds., The Mojave Desert: ecosystem processes and sustainability: University of Nevada Press, p. 225-251.

Schwinning, S., Sandquist, D. R., Miller, D. M., Bedford, D. R., Phillip, S., and Belnap, J., 2010, The influence of stream channels on distributions of Larrea tridentata and Ambrosia dumosa in the Mojave Desert, CA, USA: patterns, mechanisms and effects of stream redistribution: Ecohydrology, doi: 10.1002/eco.116, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/eco.116/pdf.


 

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