There are three sources to find publications describing work performed on the Santa Rita Experimental Range (SRER) or using data in the SRER archives.
These are citations for publications from work performed on the SRER from 1951 to the present. Between 1951 and 1988, it supplements citations in "Medina, A.L. 1996. The Santa Rita Experimental Range: history and annotated bibliography (1903-1988). General Technical Report RM-GTR-276. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest, and Range Experiment Station".
Further questions or requests to update this list with new publications can be addressed to Mitch McClaran, SRER Director of Research.
An Update Log record listing also the revisions made to the recent publications is available at Data for download.
These peer-reviewed proceedings represent a permanent record of the conference Santa Rita Experimental Range: 100 years (1903 to 2003) of accomplishments and contributions. The purpose of this conference was to celebrate the 100 years of accomplishments and contributions of the Santa Rita Experimental Range, the longest continuously operating research area dedicated to the sustainable management of North American rangelands, and forecast the future contributions of this historical site.
The proceedings of the Centennial Conference are available below for download. Single invited papers and poster papers can also be downloaded at Centennial Conference 2003 Proceedings.
For citations: McClaran, Mitchel P.; Ffolliott, Peter F.; Edminster, Carleton B., tech. coords. 2003. Santa Rita Experimental Range: 100 years (1903 to 2003) of accomplishments and contributions; conference proceedings; 2003 October 30–November 1; Tucson, AZ. Proc. RMRS-P-30. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 197 p.
The Santa Rita Experimental Range: History and Annotated Bibliography (1903-1988) by Alvin Medina (1996) provides a comprehensive summary of the SRER history and all known research made between 1903 and 1988 on the SRER and by SRER researchers.
The bibliography includes over 450 citations with short annotations about their content, and four appendices listing soils, vertebrates, plant species, and annotated historical maps known from the SRER.
Medina's publication as well as all appendices and figures are available for download on this website at History.
For citations: Medina, Alvin L. 1996. The Santa Rita Experimental Range: History and Annotated Bibliography (1903-1988). General Technical Report RM-GTR-276 Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station Forest Service U.S. Department of Agriculture. 67 p.