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Kasischke, E.S., Amiro, B.D., BARGER N. N., French, N.H.F., Goetz, S.J., Grosse, G., Harmon, M.E., Hicke, J.A., Liu, S., and Masek, J.G. Impacts of disturbance on the terrestrial carbon budget of North America: Journal of Geophysical Research G - Biogeosciences (2013). Link

Redmond, M. D., Forcella F. and BARGER N. N.. Declines in pinyon pine cone production associated with regional warming (2012). Ecosphere 3:art120. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES12-00306.1 Link

Ross M., Castle S. C. and BARGER N. N. Fuels reduction effects on plant communities and soils in a Pinyon‐Juniper woodland. Journal of Arid Environments (2012). Reprint

Huang C., Asner G. P., and BARGER N. N.. Regional variation in net primary production of piñon‐juniper ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research–Biogeosciences (2011). Reprint

Morris T. L., Elser K. J., Jacobs S. M., Cramer M. D. and BARGER N. N.. Ecophysiological traits associated with the competitive ability of invasive Australian acacias. Diversity and Distributions, (Diversity Distrib.) (2011) 17, 898–910. Reprint

BARGER N. N., Archer S. R., Campbell J. L., Huang C., Morton J. A. and Knapp A. K.. Woody plant proliferation in North American drylands: A synthesis of impacts on ecosystem carbon balance. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, vol. 116, G00K07 (2011). Reprint

Castle S. C., Morrison C. D. and BARGER N. N.. Extraction of chlorophyll from biological soil crusts: A Comparison of solvents for spectrophotometric determination. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (2011) 853-856. Reprint

Grandy S. and BARGER N. N. 2010.  Implementing Active Learning Strategies: Tales from Two New Life Science Professors at Research Universities. Academic Leadership: The Online Journal.  Volume 8 - Issue 2. Reprint *Authors contributed equally to this work.

Huang C., Asner G. P., BARGER N. N., Neff J. C. and Floyd M. L.. Regional aboveground live carbon losses due to drought-induced tree dieback in piñon–juniper ecosystems. Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (2010) 1471–1479. Reprint

BARGER N. N., Adams H. D., Woodhouse C., Neff J. C., Asner G. P. (2009) Influence of Livestock Grazing and Climate on Pinyon Pine (Pinus edulis) Dynamics. Rangeland Ecology & Management: Vol. 62, No. 6, pp. 531-539. Reprint

Neff J. C., BARGER N. N., Baisden W. T., Fernandez D. P., and Asner G. P.. 2009. Soil Carbon Storage Responses to Expanding Pinyon-Juniper Populations in Southern Utah. Ecological Applications, 19:1405–1416. Reprint

Huang C., Asner G. P., Martin R. E., BARGER N. N., and Neff J. C.. 2009. Multiscale analysis of tree cover and aboveground carbon stocks in pinyon-juniper woodlands. Ecological Applications 19:668–681.Reprint

Hartley A., BARGER N. N., Belnap J., Okin G. S.. 2007. Nutrient Cycling in Dryland Ecosystems. In: Marschner P, Rengel Z (eds) Nutrient Cycling in Terrestrial Ecosystems. Series: Soil Biology, Volume 10, pp. 271-299 Springer Verlag.Reprint

BARGER N. N., Herrick J.E., Van Zee J.W., and Belnap J.. 2006. Impacts of biological soil crust disturbance and composition on C and N loss from water erosion. Biogeochemistry 77:247-263.Reprint

BARGER N. N., Belnap J., Ojima D. S., and Mosier A.. 2005. NO gas loss from biologically crusted soils in Canyonlands National Park, Utah. Biogeochemistry 75:373-391.Reprint

Belnap J., Welter J. R., Grimm N. B., BARGER N. N., and Ludwig J. A.. 2005. Linkages between microbial and hydrologic processes in arid and semi-arid watersheds. Ecology 86: 298-307. Reprint

BARGER, N. N., Ojima D. S., Belnap J., Shiping W., Yanfen W., Chen Z. 2004. Changes in plant functional groups, litter quality, and soil Carbon and Nitrogen mineralization with sheep grazing in an inner Mongolian grassland. Journal of Range Management 57:613-619. Reprint

BARGER, N. N., Antonio C. M. D', Ghneim T. and Cuevas E.. 2003. Constraints to colonization and growth of an African grass (Melinis minutiflora) in a Venezuelan savanna. Plant Ecology 167:31-43. Reprint

BARGER, N. N., C. M. D'Antonio, T. Ghneim, Brink K., and Cuevas E.. 2002. Nutrient limitation to primary productivity in a secondary savanna in Venezuela. Biotropica 34:493-501. Reprint