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2017
Ernst KM, Preston BL.  2017.  Adaptation opportunities and constraints in coupled systems: Evidence from the U.S. energy-water nexus. Environmental Science & Policy. 70:38-45.
Nugent PJ, Omitaomu OA, Parish ES, Mei R, Ernst KM, Absar M, Sylvester L.  2017.  Advances in Geographic Information Science . Advances in Geocomputation. :371-381.
Wang F, Yu Y, Notaro M, Mao J, Shi X, Wei Y.  2017.  Advancing a model-validated statistical method for decomposing the key oceanic drivers of regional climate: Focus on northern and tropical African climate variability in the Community Earth System Model (CESM). Journal of Climate.
Porras RC, Pries CEHicks, McFarlane KJ, Hanson PJ, Torn MS.  2017.  Association with pedogenic iron and aluminum: effects on soil organic carbon storage and stability in four temperate forest soils. Biogeochemistry. 133245II181744046869625332672850586121247182111247352124117525691267584710553455338971(31110311121):333-345.
Hanson PJ, Riggs JS, W. Nettles R, Phillips JR, Krassovski MB, Hook LA, Gu L, Richardson AD, Aubrecht DM, Ricciuto DM et al..  2017.  Attaining whole-ecosystem warming using air and deep-soil heating methods with an elevated CO2 atmosphere. Biogeosciences. 14(4):861-883.
Walker AP, Carter KR, Gu L, Hanson PJ, Malhotra A, Norby RJ, Sebestyen SD, Wullschleger S, Weston DJ.  2017.  Biophysical drivers of seasonal variability in Sphagnum gross primary production in a northern temperate bog. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.
Thornton PE, Calvin K, Jones AD, Di Vittorio AV, Bond-Lamberty B, Chini L, Shi X, Mao J, Collins WD, Edmonds J et al..  2017.  Biospheric feedback effects in a synchronously coupled model of human and Earth systems. Nature Climate Change. 1192391094631091126109109109111491701073121021410711129594873653721
M. McCormack L, Guo D, Iversen CM, Chen W, Eissenstat DM, Fernandez CW, Li L, Ma C, Ma Z, Poorter H et al..  2017.  Building a better foundation: improving root-trait measurements to understand and model plant and ecosystem processes. New Phytologist. 2152911316170177152952218620689897162107186203819819520719991412611992081810211622102229111615018716536620521142821235(1):27-37.
Xu Y, Wang D, Iversen CM, Walker A, Warren J.  2017.  Building a Virtual Ecosystem Dynamic Model for Root Research. Environmental Modelling & Software. 89:97-105.
Xi M, Lu D, Gui D, Qi Z, Zhang G.  2017.  Calibration of an agricultural-hydrological model (RZWQM2) using surrogate global optimization. Journal of Hydrology. 544:456-466.
Zeng Z, Piao S, Li LZX, Zhou L, Ciais P, Wang T, Li Y, Lian X, Wood EF, Friedlingstein P et al..  2017.  Climate mitigation from vegetation biophysical feedbacks during the past three decades. Nature Climate Change. 73546(6):432-436.
Freschet égoireT, Valverde-Barrantes OJ, Tucker CM, Craine JM, M. McCormack L, Violle C, Fort F, Blackwood CB, Urban-Mead KR, Iversen CM et al..  2017.  Climate, soil and plant functional types as drivers of global fine-root trait variation. Journal of Ecology.
NORBY R.J, De Kauwe M.G, Walker A.P, Werner C., Zaehle S., Zak D.R.  2017.  Comment on “Mycorrhizal association as a primary control of the CO2 fertilization effect”. Science. 355(6323):358.2-358.
Wang D, Pei Y, Hernandez O, Wu W, Yao Z, Kim Y, Wolfe M, Kitchen R.  2017.  Compiler technologies for understanding legacy scientific code: A case study on an ACME land module. Procedia Computer Science. 108:2418-2422.
Chen G, Hayes DJ, A. McGuire D.  2017.  Contributions of wildland fire to terrestrial ecosystem carbon dynamics in North America from 1990 to 2012. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 31(5):878-900.
Zhou B, Wang X, Cao Y, Ge X, Gu L, Meng J.  2017.  Damage assessment to subtropical forests following the 2008 Chinese ice storm. iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry. 10(2):406-415.
Parish ES, Dale VH, Tobin E, Kline KL.  2017.  Dataset of timberland variables used to assess forest conditions in two Southeastern United States׳ fuelsheds. Data in Brief. 13:278-290.
Paull SH, Horton DE, Ashfaq M, Rastogi D, Kramer LD, Diffenbaugh NS, A. Kilpatrick M.  2017.  Drought and immunity determine the intensity of West Nile virus epidemics and climate change impacts. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 284289815220401413781625104009(1848):20162078.
Huang C-W, Domec J-C, Ward EJ, Duman T, Manoli G, Parolari AJ, Katul GG.  2017.  The effect of plant water storage on water fluxes within the coupled soil-plant system. New Phytologist. (3):1093-1106.
Rastogi D, Kao S-C, Ashfaq M, Mei R, Kabela ED, Gangrade S, Naz BS, Preston BL, Singh N, Anantharaj VG.  2017.  Effects of climate change on probable maximum precipitation: A sensitivity study over the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River Basin. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 122354969511463142124284311324682996875713220202043477711611953740122261137087521128116734915205251991193913219048158(93393155141HY58741045241112):4808-4828.
Vignal P., Collier N., Dalcin L., Brown D.L., Calo V.M..  2017.  An energy-stable time-integrator for phase-field models. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering. 316:1179-1214.
Mahajan S, Gaddis AL, Evans KJ, Norman MR.  2017.  Exploring an Ensemble-Based Approach to Atmospheric Climate Modeling and Testing at Scale. Procedia Computer Science. 108:735-744.
Iversen CM, Childs J, Norby RJ, Ontl TA, Kolka RK, Brice DJ, McFarlane KJ, Hanson PJ.  2017.  Fine-root growth in a forested bog is seasonally dynamic, but shallowly distributed in nutrient-poor peat. Plant and Soil.
Iversen CM, M. McCormack L, A. Powell S, Blackwood CB, Freschet égoireT, Kattge J, Roumet C, Stover DB, Soudzilovskaia NA, Valverde-Barrantes OJ et al..  2017.  A global Fine-Root Ecology Database to address below-ground challenges in plant ecology. New Phytologist.
Fang Y, Michalak AM, Schwalm CR, Huntzinger DN, Berry JA, Ciais P, Piao S, Poulter B, Fisher JB, Cook RB et al..  2017.  Global land carbon sink response to temperature and precipitation varies with ENSO phase. Environmental Research Letters. 12(6):064007.