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Padien, D. J., and K. Lajtha. 1992. Plant spatial pattern and nutrient distribution in pinyon-juniper woodlands along an elevational gradient in northern New Mexico. International Journal of Plant Sciences 153:425-433.

Pavlacky, D. C., and S. H. Anderson. 2001. Habitat preferences of pinyon-juniper specialists near the limit of their geographic range. Condor 103:322-331.

_____. 2004. Comparative habitat use in a juniper woodland bird community. Western North American Naturalist 64:376-384.

Paysen, T. E., R. J. Ansley, J. K. Brown, G. J. Gottfried, S. M. Hasse, M. G. Harrington, M. G. Narog, S. S. Sackett, and R. C. Wilson. 2000. Fire in western shrubland, woodland, and grassland ecosystems.  In Brown, J.K., J.K. Smith (eds) Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fie on flora, U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-42, vol 2 pp 121-159.

Peek, M. S., J. A. Leffler, L. Hipps, S. Ivans, R. J. Ryel, and M. M. Caldwell. 2006. Root turnover and relocation in the soil profile in response to seasonal soil water variation in a natural stand of Utah juniper (Juniperus osteosperma). Tree Physiology 26:1469-1476.

Peter, D. H. 1977. Analysis of tree rings of Juniperus occidentalis form southeastern Oregon. Washington State Univeristy.

Petersen, S. L., and T. K. Stringham. 2008a. Development of GIS-based models to predict plant community structure in relation to western juniper establishment. Forest Ecology and Management 256:981-989.

_____. 2008b. Infiltration, runoff, and sediment yield in response to western juniper encroachment in southeast Oregon. Rangeland Ecology and Management 61:74-81.

Petersen, S. L., T. K. Stringham, and B. A. Roundy. 2009. A process-based application of state-and-transition models: a case study of western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) encroachment. Rangeland Ecology and Management 62:186-192.

Petersen, S. L., and T. K. Stringham. 2009. Intercanopy community structure across a heterogeneous landscape in a western juniper-encroached ecosystem. Journal of Vegetation Science 20:1163-1175.

Peterson, R. S. 1967. Studies of juniper rusts in the west. Madrono 19:79-91.

Phillips, F. J. 1909. A study of piñon pine. Botanical Gazette 48:216-223.

Pieper, R. D. 1990. Overstory-understory relations in pinyon-juniper woodlands in New Mexico. Journal of Range Management 43:413-415.

_____. 1992. Species composition of woodland communities in the Southwest. in Proceedings of Proceedings of the Symposium on Ecology and Management of Oak and Associated Woodlands: Perspectives in the Southwestern U.S. and Northern Mexico, tech. coords. P.F. Ffolloitt, G. Gottfried, D. Bennett, V. Hernandez, A. Ortega-Rubio, and R. Hamre, pp. 119-124. USDA Forest Service, Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-218.

_____. 2008. Ecology of piñon-juniper vegetation in the southwest and Great Basin. in Proceedings of Proceedings of the U.S. Forest Service RMRS-P-51.

Pieper, R. D., and G. A. Lymbery. 1987. Influence of topographic features on pinyon-juniper vegetation in south-central New Mexico. Rehabilitation of western juniper rangeland; a case history. 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 53-57.

Pieper, R. D., and R. D. Wittie. 1988. Fire effects in southwestern chaparral and pinyon-juniper vegetation. Pages 87-93 in  U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report Effects of Fire Management of Southwestern Natural Resources; RM-GTR-191.

Pierson, F. B., J. D. Bates, T. J. Svejcar, and S. P. Hardegree. 2007. Runoff and erosion after cutting western juniper. Rangeland Ecology and Management 60:285-292.

Poddar, S., and R. J. Lederer. 1982. Juniper berries as an exclusive winter forage for Townsend's Solitaires. American Midland Naturalist 108:34-40.

Pohl, K. A., and K. S. Hadley. 2002. A 545-year drought reconstruction for central Oregon. Physical Geography 23:302-320.

Poulton, C. E., and E. W. Tisdale. 1961. A quantitative method for the description and classification of range vegetation. Journal of Range Management 14:13-21.

Price, K. P. 1993. Detection of soil erosion within pinyon-juniper woodlands using Thematic Mapper (TM) data. Remote Sensing of Environment 45:233-248.

Purrington, F. F. 1995. Heinrichiessa sanpetella Neunzig (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) is an inquiline in juniper midge galls (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). Entomological Society of Washington 97:227.

Pushnik, J. C., R. S. Demaree, J. L. J. Houpis, W. B. Flory, S. M. Bauer, and P. D. Anderson. 1995. The effect of elevated carbon dioxide on a Sierra-Nevadan dominant species: Pinus ponderosa. Journal of Biogeography 22:249-254.

Py, C., J. Bauer, F. Biondi, and P.J. Weisberg. 2006. Radial growth responses of singleleaf pinyon (Pinus monophylla) to wildfire. Dendrochronologia, 24: 39-46.

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