Elisabeth Huber-Sannwald
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Global desertification: building a science for dryland development
JF Reynolds, DMS Smith, EF Lambin, BL Turner, M Mortimore, ...
science 316 (5826), 847-851, 2007
Plant species richness and ecosystem multifunctionality in global drylands
FT Maestre, JL Quero, NJ Gotelli, A Escudero, V Ochoa, ...
Science 335 (6065), 214-218, 2012
Increasing aridity reduces soil microbial diversity and abundance in global drylands
FT Maestre, M Delgado-Baquerizo, TC Jeffries, DJ Eldridge, V Ochoa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (51), 15684-15689, 2015
Decoupling of soil nutrient cycles as a function of aridity in global drylands
M Delgado-Baquerizo, FT Maestre, A Gallardo, MA Bowker, ...
Nature 502 (7473), 672-676, 2013
Soil fungal abundance and plant functional traits drive fertile island formation in global drylands
R Ochoa‐Hueso, DJ Eldridge, M Delgado‐Baquerizo, S Soliveres, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (1), 242-253, 2018
Global biodiversity in a changing environment: scenarios for the 21st century
FS Chapin, OE Sala, E Huber-Sannwald
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
The pervasive and multifaceted influence of biocrusts on water in the world's drylands
DJ Eldridge, S Reed, SK Travers, MA Bowker, FT Maestre, J Ding, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (10), 6003-6014, 2020
What is a biocrust? A refined, contemporary definition for a broadening research community
B Weber, J Belnap, B Büdel, AJ Antoninka, NN Barger, VB Chaudhary, ...
Biological Reviews 97 (5), 1768-1785, 2022
Grazing and ecosystem service delivery in global drylands
FT Maestre, Y Le Bagousse-Pinguet, M Delgado-Baquerizo, DJ Eldridge, ...
Science 378 (6622), 915-920, 2022
Towards a predictive framework for biocrust mediation of plant performance: A meta‐analysis
CA Havrilla, VB Chaudhary, S Ferrenberg, AJ Antoninka, J Belnap, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (6), 2789-2807, 2019
Climate and soil attributes determine plant species turnover in global drylands
W Ulrich, S Soliveres, FT Maestre, NJ Gotelli, JL Quero, ...
Journal of biogeography 41 (12), 2307-2319, 2014
Biological soil crusts greatly contribute to small-scale soil heterogeneity along a grazing gradient
L Concostrina-Zubiri, E Huber-Sannwald, I Martínez, JLF Flores, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 64, 28-36, 2013
Navigating challenges and opportunities of land degradation and sustainable livelihood development in dryland social–ecological systems: a case study from Mexico
E Huber-Sannwald, M Ribeiro Palacios, JT Arredondo Moreno, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 367 …, 2012
Landscape diversity in a rural territory: Emerging land use mosaics coupled to livelihood diversification
MR Palacios, E Huber-Sannwald, LG Barrios, FP de Paz, JC Hernández, ...
Land use policy 30 (1), 814-824, 2013
Aspectos socioeconómicos y biofísicos de la desertificación
JF Reynolds, FT Maestre, E Huber-Sannwald, J Herrick, PR Kemp
Ecosistemas 14 (3), 2005
Biological soil crusts exhibit a dynamic response to seasonal rain and release from grazing with implications for soil stability
AJ Aguilar, E Huber-Sannwald, J Belnap, DR Smart, JTA Moreno
Journal of Arid Environments 73 (12), 1158-1169, 2009
Grazing effects on fungal root symbionts and carbon and nitrogen storage in a shortgrass steppe in Central Mexico
E Medina-Roldán, JT Arredondo, E Huber-Sannwald, L Chapa-Vargas, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 72 (4), 546-556, 2008
Establishing native grasses in a big sagebrush–dominated site: an intermediate restoration step
E Huber‐Sannwald, DA Pyke
Restoration Ecology 13 (2), 292-301, 2005
Production and quality of senesced and green litterfall in a pine–oak forest in central-northwest Mexico
M Pérez-Suárez, JT Arredondo-Moreno, E Huber-Sannwald, ...
Forest ecology and Management 258 (7), 1307-1315, 2009
Rangeland systems in developing nations: conceptual advances and societal implications
DL Coppock, M Fernández-Giménez, P Hiernaux, E Huber-Sannwald, ...
Rangeland systems, 569-642, 2017
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