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Neilson, R. P. 1987. On the interface between current ecological studies and the paleobotany of pinyon-juniper woodlands. In: R. L. Everett (comp.), Proceedings of the Pinyon-Juniper Conference; 13-16 January 1986; Reno, NV. General Technical Report GTR-INT-215. Ogden, UT: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station. p 93-98. Pages 93-98 in:93-98.

Newman, B. D., A. R. Campbell, and B. P. Wilcox. 1997. Tracer-based studies of soil water movement in semi-arid forests of New Mexico. Journal of Hydrology 196:251-270.

Norton, J. B., J. A. Sandor, and C. S. White. 2003. Hillslope soils and organic matter dynamics within a Native American agroecosystem on the Colorado Plateau. Soil Science Society of America Journal 67:225-234.

Noson, A. C., R. A. Schmitz, and R. F. Miller. 2006. Influence of fire and Juniper encroachment on birds in high-elevation sagebrush steppe. Western North American Naturalist 66:343-353.

Nowak, C. L., R. S. Nowak, R. J. Tausch, and P. E. Wigand. 1994. Tree and shrub dynamics in northwestern Great Basin woodland and steppe during the late-Pliestocene and Holocene. American Journal of Botany 81:265-277.

Nowak, R. S., D. J. Moore, and R. J. Tausch. 1999. Ecophysiological patterns of pinyon and juniper. Pages 35-46 in Proceedings of Proceedings of the U.S. Forest Service RMRS-P-9.35-46.

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