Steuter, A.A. and G.R. McPherson. 1995. Fire as a physical stress. Pages 550-579 in D.J. Bedunah and R.E. Sosebee (editors), Wildland Plants: Physiological Ecology and Developmental Morphology. Society for Range Management, Denver, Colorado.
McPherson, G.R. 1995. The role of fire in desert grasslands. Pages 130-151 in M.P. McClaran and T. Van Devender (editors), The Desert Grassland. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.
Williams, D.G., G.R. McPherson, and J.F. Weltzin. 1999. Stress in wildland plants: implications for ecosystem structure and function. Pages 907-929 in M. Pessarakli (editor), Handbook of Plant and Crop Stress, revised and expanded edition. Marcel-Dekker, New York.
McClaran, M.P. and G.R. McPherson. 1999. Oak savanna of the American Southwest. Pages 275-287 in R.C. Anderson, J.S. Fralish, and J.M. Baskin (editors), Savannas, Barrens, and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of North America. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.
McPherson, G.R. and J. Villanueva-Diaz. 2001. Land use, climate, soils, and forest structure in the Animas Mountains, New Mexico and the Sierra de los Ajos, Sonora. Pages 143-155 in C.H. Bahre and G.L. Webster (editors), Changing Plant Life of La Frontera. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Weltzin, J.F. and G.R. McPherson. 2003. Predicting the response of terrestrial ecosystems to potential changes in precipitation regimes. Pages 3-8 in J.F. Weltzin and G.R. McPherson (editors), Changing Precipitation Regimes and Terrestrial Ecosystems. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
Weltzin, J.F. and G.R. McPherson. 2003. Response of southwestern oak savannas to potential future precipitation regimes. Pages 127-146 in J.F. Weltzin and G.R. McPherson (editors), Changing Precipitation Regimes and Terrestrial Ecosystems. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
Weltzin, J.F. and G.R. McPherson. 2003. Synthesis and research needs. Pages 180-188 in J.F. Weltzin and G.R. McPherson (editors), Changing Precipitation Regimes and Terrestrial Ecosystems. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
McPherson, G.R. 2008. Scientific method. Pages 888-889 in Neil J. Salkind, editor. Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology. SAGE Publications. McPherson, G.R. 2009. Fundamental concepts in ecology. Pages 27-37 in A.E. Esparza and G. R. McPherson (editors), The Planner's Guide to Resource Conservation: The Science of Land Development Beyond the Metropolitan Fringe. Springer, New York.
McPherson, G.R. 2009. How to get through a life not worth living? Pages 327-329, 517 in Atelier Crisis, 2009. Published under Creative Commons License in Palma, Spain.
McPherson, G.R. 2010. Linking the past with the present: resources, land use, and the collapse of civilizations. In Margaret Nelson and Colleen Strawhacker (editors), Changing Histories, Landscapes, and Perspectives: The 20th Anniversary Southwest Symposium. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado.
McPherson, G.R. 2012. Going back to the land in the Age of Entitlement. Pages 53-56 in Mary Anne Redding (editor), Gila: I. Radical Visions, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe. Part II, The Enduring Silence, is a collection of photographs by Guggenheim Fellow Michael P. Berman.
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