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Tauer, C. G., K. D. Harris, and D. F. Van Haverbeke. 1987. Seed source influences juniper seedlings survival under severe drought stress.  in  U.S. Forest Service RM-470.

Tausch, R. J. 1999a. Historic pinyon and juniper woodland development. Pages 12-19 in Proceedings of Proceedings of the U.S. Forest Service RMRS-P-9.12-19.

_____. 1999b. Transitions and thresholds: Influences and implications for management in pinyon and juniper woodland. Pages 361-365 in Proceedings of Proceedings of the U.S. Forest Service RMRS-P-9.361-365.

Tausch, R. J. 2009. A structurally based analytic model for estimation of biomas and fuel loads of woodland trees. Natural Resource Modeling 22:463-488.

Tausch, R. J., R. F. Miller, B. A. Roundy, and J. C. Chambers. 2009. Pinon and juniper field guide: asking the right questions to select appropriate management actions.  in U. S. D. o. Interior, editor. U.S. Geological Survey.

Tausch, R. J., and C. L. Nowak. 2000. Influences of Holocene climate and vegetation changes on present and future community dynamics. Journal of Arid Land Studies 10S:5-8.

Tausch, R. J., and R. S. Nowak. 1999. Fifty years of ecotone change between shrub and tree dominance in the Jack Springs Pinyon Research Natural Area. Pages 1-7 in Proceedings of Proceedings of the U.S. Forest Service RMRS-P-11.1-7.

Tausch, R. J., and P. T. Tueller. 1977. Plant succession following chaining of pinyon-juniper woodlands in eastern Nevada. Journal of Range Management 30:44-49.

_____. 1989. Evaluation of pinyon sapwood to phytomass relationships piver different site conditions. Journal of Range Management 42:209-212.

_____. 1990. Foliage biomass and cover relationships between tree and shrub-dominated communities in pinyon-juniper woodlands. Great Basin Naturalist 50:121-134.

_____. 1994. Relationships among plant species composition and mule deer winter range use on eastern Nevada piñon-juniper chainings. Pages 65-68 in  U.S. Forest Service General Technical Report RM-258.

Tausch, R. J., and N. E. West. 1987. Morphological variation/precipitation relationships of Great Basin single-needle pinyon.  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 86-91. Pages 186-191 in:186-191.

_____. 1988. Differential establishment of pinyon and juniper following fire. American Midland Naturalist 119:175-184.

_____. 1995. Plant species composition patterns with differences in tree dominance on a southwestern Utah pinyon-juniper site.  In: Shaw, D.W, E.F. Aldon, C. LoSapio, Coords. Desired future conditions for pinyon-juniper ecosystems; 1994 August 8-12; Flagstaff, AZ. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM-GTR-258. Fort Collins, CO; USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. 16-23.

Tausch, R. J., N. E. West, and A. A. Nabi. 1981. Tree age and dominance patterns in Great Basin pinyon-juniper woodlands. Journal of Range Management 34:259-264.

Tausch, R. J., P. E. Wigand, and J. W. Burkhardt. 1993. Plant community thresholds, multiple steady states, and multiple successional pathways: Legacy of the Quaternary? Journal of Range Management 46:439-447.

Taylor Jr., C. A., and F. E. Smeins. 1994. A history of land use of the Edwards Plateau and its effect in the native vegetation. in Proceedings of Proceedings of the Juniper Symposium, ed. C. A. Taylor, Jr., pp. 1-8. Sonora, Texas, Texas A&M University Research Station, Tech. Rep. 94-2.

Terry, R. E. 1987. Nitrogen fixation in cryptogamic soil crusts as affected by disturbance. 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 369-372.

Terry, R. G., R. S. Nowak, and R. J. Tausch. 2000. Genetic variation in chloroplast and nuclear ribosomal DNA in Utah juniper (Juniperus osteosperma, Cupressaseae): Evidence for interspecific gene flow. American Journal of Botany 87:250-258.

Thran, D. F., and R. L. Everett. 1987a. Impact of tree harvest on soil nutrients accumulated under singleleaf pinyon. 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 387-390.

_____. 1987b. Nutrients in surface soils following tree harvest of singleleaf pinyon. Soil Science Society of America 51:462-464.

Thurow, T. L., and D. H. Carlson. 1994. Juniper effects on rangeland watersheds. in Proceedings of Proceedings of the Juniper Symposium, ed. C. A. Taylor, Jr., pp. 31-43. Sonora, Texas, Texas A&M University Research Station, Tech. Rep. 94-2.

Thurow, T. L., and J. W. Hester. 1997. How an increase or reduction in juniper cover alters rangeland hydrology. in Proceedings of Proceedings of the Juniper Symposium , 9-22, Texas A&M University, San Angelo, Texas.

Thurow, T. L., and C. A. Taylor Jr. 1995. Juniper effects on the water yield of central Texas rangeland. in Proceedings of Proceedings of the 24th Water for Texas Conference, ed. R. Jensen, pp. 657-665. Austin, Texas, Texas Water Research Institute.

Tidwell, D. P. 1987. Multi-resource managemnt of pinyon-juniper woodlands: Times have changed, but do we know it? 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 5-8.

Tiedemann, A. R. 1987. Nutrient accumulations in pinyon-juniper ecosystems: Managing for future site productivity. 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 352-359.

Tiedemann, A. R., and J. O. Klemmedson. 1995. The influence of western juniper development on soil nutrient availability. Northwest Science 69:1-8.

_____. 2000. Biomass and nutrient distribution and system nutrient budget for western juniper in central Oregon. Northwest Science 74:12-24.

Tonnesen, A. S., and J. J. Ebersole. 1997. Human trampling effects on regeneration and age structures of Pinus edulis and Juniperus monosperma. Great Basin Naturalist 57:50-56.

Treseder, K. K., M. F. Allen, R. W. Ruess, K. S. Pregitzer, and R. L. Hendrick. 2005. Lifespans of fungal rhizomorphs under nitrogen fertilization in a pinyon-juniper woodland. Plant and Soil 270:249-255.

Tress, J. A., and J. M. Klopatek. 1987. Successional changes in community structure of pinyon-juniper woodlands in north-central Arizona.  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 80-85. Pages 80-85 in:80-85.

Tueller, P. T. 1987. Remote sensing applications for the pinyon-juniper woodland. 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 236-242.

Tueller, P. T., C. D. Beeson, R. J. Tausch, N. E. West, and K. H. Rea. 1979. Pinyon-juniper woodlands of the Great Basin: Distribution, flora, vegetal cover.  in  U.S. Forest Service Research Paper INT-29.

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