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By year of publication, then alphabetical by title
  1. Mauritz, M., et al. “Nonlinear Carbon Dioxide Flux Response To 7 Years Of Experimentally Induced Permafrost Thaw”. Global Change Biology, 2017, pp. 3646–3666.
  2. Muster, S., et al. “Perl: A Circum-Arctic Permafrost Region Pond And Lake Database”. Earth System Science Data, 2017, pp. 317 - 348.
  3. Wullschleger, S. D. “Profile: Stan D. Wullschleger”. New Phytologist, 2017, pp. 981 - 983.
  4. Léger, E., et al. “Quantification Of Arctic Soil And Permafrost Properties Using Ground-Penetrating Radar And Electrical Resistivity Tomography Datasets”. Ieee Journal Of Selected Topics In Applied Earth Observations And Remote Sensing, 2017, pp. 4348 - 4359.
  5. Andresen, C. G., et al. “Rising Plant-Mediated Methane Emissions From Arctic Wetlands”. Global Change Biology, 2017, pp. 1128 - 1139.
  6. Svyatskiy, D., and K. Lipnikov. “Second-Order Accurate Finite Volume Schemes With The Discrete Maximum Principle For Solving Richards’ Equation On Unstructured Meshes”. Advances In Water Resources, 2017, pp. 114 - 126.
  7. Tang, J. Y., and W. J. Riley. “Supeca Kinetics For Scaling Redox Reactions In Networks Of Mixed Substrates And Consumers And An Example Application To Aerobic Soil Respiration”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2017, pp. 3277 - 3295.
  8. Rogers, A., et al. “Terrestrial Biosphere Models Underestimate Photosynthetic Capacity And Carbon Dioxide Assimilation In The Arctic”. New Phytologist, 2017, pp. 1090 - 1103.
  9. Kollet, S., et al. “The Integrated Hydrologic Model Intercomparison Project, Ih-Mip2: A Second Set Of Benchmark Results To Diagnose Integrated Hydrology And Feedbacks”. Water Resources Research, 2017, pp. 867 - 890.
  10. Walker, A. P., et al. “Trait Covariance: The Functional Warp Of Plant Diversity?”. New Phytologist, 2017, pp. 976-980.
  11. Liljedahl, A. K., et al. “Tundra Water Budget And Implications Of Precipitation Underestimation”. Water Resources Research, 2017, pp. 6472-6486.
  12. Yang, S., et al. “Variations Of Soil Microbial Community Structures Beneath Broadleaved Forest Trees In Temperate And Subtropical Climate Zones”. Frontiers In Microbiology, 2017.
  13. Ali, A. A., et al. “A Global Scale Mechanistic Model Of Photosynthetic Capacity (Luna V1.0)”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2016, pp. 587 - 606.
  14. Liu, Y., et al. “A Hybrid Reduced-Order Model Of Fine-Resolution Hydrologic Simulations At A Polygonal Tundra Site”. Vadose Zone Journal, 2016.
  15. Xu, X., et al. “A Multi-Scale Comparison Of Modeled And Observed Seasonal Methane Emissions In Northern Wetlands”. Biogeosciences, 2016, pp. 5043 - 5056.
  16. Dou, S., et al. “A Rock-Physics Investigation Of Unconsolidated Saline Permafrost: P-Wave Properties From Laboratory Ultrasonic Measurements”. Geophysics, 2016, pp. WA233 - WA245.
  17. De Kauwe, M. G., et al. “A Test Of The ‘One-Point Method’ For Estimating Maximum Carboxylation Capacity From Field-Measured, Light-Saturated Photosynthesis”. New Phytologist, 2016, pp. 1130 - 1144.
  18. Throckmorton, H. M., et al. “Active Layer Hydrology In An Arctic Tundra Ecosystem: Quantifying Water Sources And Cycling Using Water Stable Isotopes”. Hydrological Processes, 2016.
  19. Tang, G., et al. “Addressing Numerical Challenges In Introducing A Reactive Transport Code Into A Land Surface Model: A Biogeochemical Modeling Proof-Of-Concept With Clm–Pflotran 1.0”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2016, pp. 927 - 946.
  20. Tang, G., et al. “Biogeochemical Model Of Carbon Dioxide And Methane Production In Anoxic Arctic Soil Microcosms”. Biogeosciences Discussions, 2016, pp. 1 - 31.