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  1. Hayes, D. J., et al. “The Impacts Of Recent Permafrost Thaw On Land–Atmosphere Greenhouse Gas Exchange”. Environmental Research Letters, 2014, p. 045005.
  2. Jansson, J. K., and N. Taş. “The Microbial Ecology Of Permafrost”. Nature Reviews Microbiology, 2014, pp. 414 - 425.
  3. Rogers, A. “The Use And Misuse Of Vc,Max In Earth System Models”. Photosynthesis Research, 2014, pp. 15 - 29.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Painter, S. L., et al. “Modeling Challenges For Predicting Hydrologic Response To Degrading Permafrost”. Hydrogeology Journal, 2013, pp. 221 - 224.
  10. Frampton, A., et al. “Permafrost Degradation And Subsurface-Flow Changes Caused By Surface Warming Trends”. Hydrogeology Journal, 2013, pp. 271 - 280.
  11. Hinzman, L. D., et al. “Preface: Hydrogeology Of Cold Regions”. Hydrogeology Journal, 2013, pp. 1 - 4.
  12. Hubbard, S. S., et al. “Quantifying And Relating Land-Surface And Subsurface Variability In Permafrost Environments Using Lidar And Surface Geophysical Datasets”. Hydrogeology Journal, 2013, pp. 149 - 169.
  13. Wu, Y., et al. “Remote Monitoring Of Freeze–Thaw Transitions In Arctic Soils Using The Complex Resistivity Method”. Vadose Zone Journal, 2013.
  14. Hoffman, F. M., et al. “Representativeness-Based Sampling Network Design For The State Of Alaska”. Landscape Ecology, 2013, pp. 1567 - 1586.
  15. Hinzman, L. D., et al. “Trajectory Of The Arctic As An Integrated System”. Ecological Applications, 2013, pp. 1837 - 1868.
  16. Riley, W. J. “Using Model Reduction To Predict The Soil-Surface C18 Carbon Dioxide Flux: An Example Of Representing Complex Biogeochemical Dynamics In A Computationally Efficient Manner”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2013, pp. 345 - 352.
  17. McGuire, D., et al. “An Assessment Of The Carbon Balance Of Arctic Tundra: Comparisons Among Observations, Process Models, And Atmospheric Inversions”. Biogeosciences, 2012, pp. 3185 - 3204.
  18. Lewis, K. C., et al. “Drainage Subsidence Associated With Arctic Permafrost Degradation”. Journal Of Geophysical Research, 2012.
  19. Lee, H., et al. “Enhancing Terrestrial Ecosystem Sciences By Integrating Empirical Modeling Approaches”. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 2012, pp. 237 - 237.
  20. McCarthy, H. R., et al. “Integrating Empirical-Modeling Approaches To Improve Understanding Of Terrestrial Ecology Processes”. New Phytologist, 2012, pp. 523 - 525.