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Dr. Bradford Wilcox Dr. Bradford Wilcox

Professor

Room 203, Animal Industries Bldg.
2126 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2126
Phone: (979) 458-1899
Fax: (979) 845-6430
Email: bwilcox@tamu.edu

CURRICULUM VITAE

Recent Publications

PDF iconBazan, R. A., Wilcox, B.P., Munster, C. and Gary, M. 2012. Removing woody vegetation has little effect on conduit flow recharge. Ecohydrology. doi: 10.1002/eco. 1277.

PDF iconBelnap, J., Wilcox, B. P., Van Scoyoc, M. V. and Phillips, S. L. 2012. Successional stage of biological soil crusts: an accurate indicator of ecohydrological condition. Ecohydrol.. doi: 10.1002/eco.1281.

PDF iconWilcox, B.P., Sorice, M.G., Angerer, J. and Wright, C.L. 2012. Historical Changes in Stocking Densities on Texas Rangelands. Rangeland Ecology & Management: May 2012, Vol. 65, No. 3, pp. 313-317.

PDF iconSorice, M.G., U.P. Kreuter, Wilcox, B.P., Fox, W.E. 2012.  Classifying owners of drylands: implications for ecosystem services.  Journal of Arid Environments 80:56-64.

PDF iconWilcox, B.P., M.S. Seyfried, D.D. Breshears, J.J. McDonnell.  2012.  Ecohydrologic connections and complexities in drylands: new perspectives for understanding transformative landscape change.  Ecohydrology 5:143-144.

PDF iconTurnbull, L., B.P. Wilcox, J. Belnap, S. Ravi, P. D’Odorico, D. Childers, W. Gwenzi, G. Okin, J. Wainwright, K. Caylor and T. Sankey. 2012.  Understanding the role of ecohydrological feedbacks in ecosystem-state change in dryland ecosystems.  Ecohydrology 5:174-183.

PDF iconWilcox, B.P., L. Turnbull, M.H. Young, J.Williams, S. Ravi, M.S. Seyfried, D.R. Bowling, R.L. Scott, M.J. Germino, T. Caldwell, and John Wainwright.2012.  Invasion of shrublands by exotic grasses: ecohydrological consequences in cold vs. warm deserts.  Ecohydrology 5:160-173.

PDF iconWilcox, B.P. M.G. Sorice, and M.H Young.  2011.  Dryland ecohydrology in the Anthropocene–taking stock of human-ecological interactions.  Geography Compass 5/3:112-127.

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