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2016
C. Ochoa, Guldan, S., Tidwell, V., and Deboodt, T., Ecohydrological and socioeconomic relationships in disturbed woodland ecosystems of the western U.S., in American Geophysical Union - Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2016.
Ecology and Hydrology of Western Juniper: Special Report 2016, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, 2016.
C. Ochoa and Ortega-Ochoa, C., Hydrologic response to restoration in rangelands of northern Mexico., 10th International Rangeland Congress_The Future Management of Grazing and Wild Lands in a High-Tech World. Saskatoon, Canada, pp. 462-463, 2016.
B. Turner, Tidwell, V., Fernald, A., Rivera, J., Rodríguez, S., Guldan, S., Ochoa, C., Hurd, B., Boykin, K., and Cibils, A., Modeling acequia irrigation systems using system dynamics: Model development, evaluation, and sensitivity analyses to investigate effects of socio-economic and biophysical feedbacks, Sustainability, vol. 8, no. 2019, pp. 1-30, 2016.
C. Ochoa, Caruso, P., Ray, G., and Deboodt, T., Overstory-understory vegetation and soil moisture relationships in western juniper woodlands: Camp Creek Paired Watershed Study., Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, 2016.
C. Ochoa, Caruso, P., Ray, G., and Deboodt, T., Upland-valley hydrologic connectivity in western juniper woodlands: Camp Creek Paired Watershed Study., Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, 2016.
D. Cram, Hatch, C., Tyler, S., and Ochoa, C., Use of distributed temperature sensing technology to characterize fire behavior, Sensors, vol. 16, no. 1712, pp. 1-12, 2016.
C. Ochoa, Deboodt, T., Caruso, P., and Ray, G., Vegetation, soil, and groundwater interactions in western juniper-dominated landscapes., 10th International Rangeland Congress_The Future Management of Grazing and Wild Lands in a High-Tech World. Saskatoon, Canada, 2016.

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