SIR References

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Barlow, P.M., and S.A. Leake. 2012. Streamflow Depletion by Wells - Understanding and Managing the Effects of Groundwater Pumping on Streamflow. Circular 1376. Reston, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey.

Beier, P., E. Garding, and D. Majka. 2008. Arizona Missing Linkages: Patagonia–Santa Rita Linkage Design. Submitted to Arizona Game and Fish Department. School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University.

Black, G.F. 1980. Status of the Desert Pupfish Cyprinodon macularius (Baird and Girard), in California. Special Publication 80-1 State of California Department of Fish and Game. March.

Bodner, G., and K. Simms. 2008. State of the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area; Part 3: Condition and Trend of Riparian Target Species, Vegetation and Channel Geomorphology. The Nature Conservancy; Tucson, AZ: Bureau of Land Management, Tucson Field Office. January.

Bodner, G., J. Simms, and D. Gori. 2007. State of the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area: Gila Topminnow Population Status and Trends 1989-2005. The Nature Conservancy. July.

Bonar, S.A., N. Mercado-Silva, and D. Rogowski. 2010. Habitati use by the Fishes of a Southwestern Desert Stream: Cherry Creek, Arizona. Fisheries Research Report 02-10. Tucson, Arizona: USGS Arizona Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona. September.

Brand, L.A., J.C. Stromberg, D.C. Goodrich, M.D. Dixon, K. Lansey, D. Kang, D.S. Brookshire, and D.J. Cerasale. 2011. Projecting avian response to linked changes in groundwater and riparian floodplain vegetation along a dryland river: a scenario analysis. Ecohydrology 4:130-142.

Bureau of Land Management. 2003. Approved Las Cienegas Resource Management Plan and Record of Decision. BLM/AZ/PL-03/010. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona State Office, Bureau of Land Management. July 25.

Bureau of Land Management. 2004. Riparian Data: LCNCA RACE BLM data. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management.

Bureau of Land Management. 2007a. BLM photos of riparian habitati of Las Cienegas National Conservation Area: 1993- 2007. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management.

Bureau of Land Management. 2007b. Riparian Tree Monitoring: LCNCA Woody Belt Transects: 1993-2006. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management.

Bureau of Land Management. 2008a. Manual 6840 - Special Status Species Management. Washington, D.C.: Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. December 12.

Bureau of Land Management. 2010a. 1990, 2000, and 2010 Cienegai Creek habitati data. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management.

Bureau of Land Management. 2010b. Aquatic Habitati Inventory 2010 - Additional Information. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management.

Bureau of Land Management. 2012. Cienegai Creek and Empire Springs Hobo Temp Data: Winter 2009 and February 2012. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management. February 1.

Bureau of Land Management. 2013a. Water data for Las Cienegas National Conservation Area. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management. November 4.

Bureau of Land Management. 2013b. Wet/dry mapping data received from BLM. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management. November 21.

Bureau of Land Management. 2014a. 2014 Las Cienegas Creek Wet-Dry Mapping. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management. June 25.

Bureau of Land Management. 2014b. DRAFT - Registered Wells and Monitoring Locations in the Cienegai Creek Groundwater Basin. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management. June 27.

Bureau of Land Management. 2014c. LCNCA Wet-Dry Procedures. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management. January.

Bureau of Land Management. 2014d. LCNCA wet/dry data forms: 2008-2014. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management.

Bureau of Land Management. 2014e. Southwestern willow flycatcher survey data and information: 2003-2014. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management.

Bureau of Land Management. 2014f. Yellow-billed Cuckoo survey data forms. Tucson, Arizona: Bureau of Land Management.

Busch, D.E., and S.D. Smith. 1995. Mechanisms associated with decline of woody species in riparian ecosystems of the southwestern U.S. Ecological Monographs 65(3):347–370.