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  1. Pau, G. S. H., et al. “A Reduced-Order Modeling Approach To Represent Subgrid-Scale Hydrological Dynamics For Land-Surface Simulations: Application In A Polygonal Tundra Landscape”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2014, pp. 2091 - 2105.
  2. Riley, W. J., and C. Shen. “Characterizing Coarse-Resolution Watershed Soil Moisture Heterogeneity Using Fine-Scale Simulations And Reduced-Order Models”. Hydrology And Earth System Sciences, 2014, pp. 2463 - 2483.
  3. Painter, S. L., and S. Karra. “Constitutive Model For Unfrozen Water Content In Subfreezing Unsaturated Soils”. Vadose Zone Journal, 2014.
  4. Gangodagamage, C., et al. “Extrapolating Active Layer Thickness Measurements Across Arctic Polygonal Terrain Using Lidar And Ndvi Data Sets”. Water Resources Research, 2014, pp. 6339 - 6357.
  5. Dou, S., and J. B. Ajo-Franklin. “Full-Wavefield Inversion Of Surface Waves For Mapping Embedded Low-Velocity Zones In Permafrost”. Geophysics, 2014, pp. EN107 - EN124.
  6. Rogers, A., et al. “Improving Representation Of Photosynthesis In Earth System Models”. New Phytologist, 2014, pp. 12 - 14.
  7. Moody, D. I., et al. “Land Cover Classification In Multispectral Imagery Using Clustering Of Sparse Approximations Over Learned Feature Dictionaries”. Journal Of Applied Remote Sensing, 2014, p. 084793.
  8. Riley, W. J., et al. “Long Residence Times Of Rapidly Decomposable Soil Organic Matter: Application Of A Multi-Phase, Multi-Component, And Vertically Resolved Model (Bams1) To Soil Carbon Dynamics”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2014, pp. 1335 - 1355.
  9. Bouskill, N. J., et al. “Meta-Analysis Of High-Latitude Nitrogen-Addition And Warming Studies Implies Ecological Mechanisms Overlooked By Land Models”. Biogeosciences, 2014, pp. 6969 - 6983.
  10. Wullschleger, S. D., et al. “Plant Functional Types In Earth System Models: Past Experiences And Future Directions For Application Of Dynamic Vegetation Models In High-Latitude Ecosystems”. Annals Of Botany, 2014, pp. 1 - 16.
  11. Tang, J. Y., and W. J. Riley. “Technical Note: Simple Formulations And Solutions Of The Dual-Phase Diffusive Transport For Biogeochemical Modeling”. Biogeosciences , 2014, pp. 3721–3728.
  12. Hayes, D. J., et al. “The Impacts Of Recent Permafrost Thaw On Land–Atmosphere Greenhouse Gas Exchange”. Environmental Research Letters, 2014, p. 045005.
  13. Jansson, J. K., and N. Taş. “The Microbial Ecology Of Permafrost”. Nature Reviews Microbiology, 2014, pp. 414 - 425.
  14. Rogers, A. “The Use And Misuse Of Vc,Max In Earth System Models”. Photosynthesis Research, 2014, pp. 15 - 29.
  15. Karra, S., et al. “Three-Phase Numerical Model For Subsurface Hydrology In Permafrost-Affected Regions (Pflotran-Ice V1.0)”. The Cryosphere, 2014, pp. 1935 - 1950.
  16. Tang, J. Y., and W. J. Riley. “A Total Quasi-Steady-State Formulation Of Substrate Uptake Kinetics In Complex Networks And An Example Application To Microbial Litter Decomposition”. Biogeosciences, 2013, pp. 8329 - 8351.
  17. Skurikhin, A. N., et al. “Arctic Tundra Ice-Wedge Landscape Characterization By Active Contours Without Edges And Structural Analysis Using High-Resolution Satellite Imagery”. Remote Sensing Letters, 2013, pp. 1077 - 1086.
  18. Dafflon, B., et al. “Electrical Conductivity Imaging Of Active Layer And Permafrost In An Arctic Ecosystem, Through Advanced Inversion Of Electromagnetic Induction Data”. Vadose Zone Journal, 2013.
  19. Cunningham, P., et al. “Large-Eddy Simulations Of Air Flow And Turbulence Within And Around Low-Aspect-Ratio Cylindrical Open-Top Chambers”. Journal Of Applied Meteorology And Climatology, 2013, pp. 1716 - 1737.
  20. Painter, S. L., et al. “Modeling Challenges For Predicting Hydrologic Response To Degrading Permafrost”. Hydrogeology Journal, 2013, pp. 221 - 224.