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The role of advective heat transport in talik development beneath lakes and ponds in discontinuous permafrost, Rowland, J. C., Travis B. J., and Wilson C. J. , Geophysical Research Letters, Jan-09-2011, Volume 38, Issue 17, (2011)
From documentation to prediction: raising the bar for thermokarst research., Rowland, Joel C., and Coon Ethan T. , Hydrogeology Journal, Jan-05-2016, Volume 24, Issue 3, p.645 - 648, (2016)
Arctic Landscapes in Transition: Responses to Thawing Permafrost, Rowland, J. C., Jones C. E., Altmann G., Bryan R., Crosby B. T., Hinzman L. D., Kane D. L., Lawrence D. M., Mancino A., Marsh P., et al. , Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, Jan-01-2010, Volume 91, Issue 26, p.229, (2010)
A roadmap for improving the representation of photosynthesis in Earth system models, Rogers, Alistair, Medlyn Belinda E., Dukes Jeffrey S., Bonan Gordon, von Caemmerer Susanne, Dietze Michael C., Kattge Jens, Leakey Andrew D. B., Mercado Lina M., Niinemets Ülo, et al. , New Phytologist, Jan-01-2017, Volume 213, Issue 1, p.22 - 42, (2017)
Improving representation of photosynthesis in Earth System Models, Rogers, Alistair, Medlyn Belinda E., and Dukes Jeffrey S. , New Phytologist, Jan-10-2014, Volume 204, Issue 1, p.12 - 14, (2014)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)
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)