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Modeling challenges for predicting hydrologic response to degrading permafrost, Painter, S. L., Moulton J. D., and Wilson C. J. , Hydrogeology Journal, Jan-02-2013, Volume 21, Issue 1, p.221 - 224, (2013)
Constitutive Model for Unfrozen Water Content in Subfreezing Unsaturated Soils, Painter, Scott L., and Karra Satish , Vadose Zone Journal, Jan-01-2014, Volume 13, Issue 4, (2014)
Integrated surface/subsurface permafrost thermal hydrology: Model formulation and proof-of-concept simulations, Painter, Scott L., Coon Ethan T., Atchley Adam L., Berndt Markus, Garimella Rao, J. Moulton David, Svyatskiy Daniil, and Wilson Cathy J. , Water Resources Research, 08/2016, Volume 52, Issue 8, p.6062-6077, (2016)
Detecting regional patterns of changing CO 2 flux in Alaska, Parazoo, Nicholas C., Commane Roisin, Wofsy Steven C., Koven Charles D., Sweeney Colm, Lawrence David M., Lindaas Jakob, Chang Rachel Y. - W., and Miller Charles E. , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Dec-07-2016, Volume 113, Issue 28, p.7733 - 7738, (2016)
Detecting the permafrost carbon feedback: Talik formation and increased cold-seasonrespiration as precursors to sink-to-source transitions, Parazoo, Nicholas C., Koven Charles D., Lawrence David M., Romanovsky Vladimir, and Miller Charles E. , The Cryosphere Discussions, p.1 - 44, (2018)
A reduced-order modeling approach to represent subgrid-scale hydrological dynamics for land-surface simulations: application in a polygonal tundra landscape, Pau, G. S. H., Bisht G., and Riley W. J. , Geoscientific Model Development, Jan-01-2014, Volume 7, Issue 5, p.2091 - 2105, (2014)
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Large CO2 and CH4 emissions from polygonal tundra during spring thaw in northern Alaska, Raz-Yaseef, Naama, Torn Margaret S., Wu Yuxin, Billesbach Dave P., Liljedahl Anna K., Kneafsey Timothy J., Romanovsky Vladimir E., Cook David R., and Wullschleger Stan D. , Geophysical Research Letters, Jan-10-2017, Volume 44, Issue 1, p.504 - 513, (2017)
Evapotranspiration across plant types and geomorphological units in polygonal Arctic tundra, Raz-Yaseef, Naama, Young-Robertson Jessica, Rahn Thom, Sloan Victoria, Newman Brent, Wilson Cathy, Wullschleger Stan D., and Torn Margaret S. , Journal of Hydrology, 10/2017, Volume 553, p.816-825, (2017)
Using model reduction to predict the soil-surface C18OO flux: an example of representing complex biogeochemical dynamics in a computationally efficient manner, Riley, W. J. , Geoscientific Model Development, Jan-01-2013, Volume 6, Issue 2, p.345 - 352, (2013)
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, Riley, W. J., Maggi F., Kleber M., Torn M. S., Tang J. Y., Dwivedi D., and Guerry N. , Geoscientific Model Development, Jan-01-2014, Volume 7, Issue 4, p.1335 - 1355, (2014)
Characterizing coarse-resolution watershed soil moisture heterogeneity using fine-scale simulations, Riley, W. J., and Shen C. , Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Jan-01-2014, Volume 18, Issue 7, p.2463 - 2483, (2014)
Terrestrial biosphere models underestimate photosynthetic capacity and CO2 assimilation in the Arctic, Rogers, Alistair, Serbin Shawn P., Ely Kim S., Sloan Victoria L., and Wullschleger Stan D. , New Phytologist, Jan-12-2017, Volume 216: 1090-1103, Issue 4, p.1090 - 1103, (2017)
The use and misuse of V c,max in Earth System Models, Rogers, Alistair , Photosynthesis Research, Jan-02-2014, Volume 119, Issue 1-2, p.15 - 29, (2014)