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Throckmorton HM, Heikoop JM, Newman BD, Altmann GL, Conrad MS, Muss JD, Perkins GB, Smith LJ, Torn MS, Wullschleger SD et al..  2015.  Pathways and transformations of dissolved methane and dissolved inorganic carbon in Arctic tundra watersheds: Evidence from analysis of stable isotopes. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 29(11):1893-1910.
Herndon EM, Mann BF, Chowdhury TRoy, Yang Z, Wullschleger SD, Graham D, Liang L, Gu B.  2015.  Pathways of anaerobic organic matter decomposition in tundra soils from Barrow, Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. :n/a-n/a.
Elrick-Barr CE, Smith TF, Thomsen DC, Preston BL.  2015.  Perceptions of Risk among Households in Two Australian Coastal Communities. Geographical Research. 53(2):145-159.
Wu X, Ju W, Zhou Y, He M, Law B, Black T., Margolis H, Cescatti A, Gu L, Montagnani L et al..  2015.  Performance of Linear and Nonlinear Two-Leaf Light Use Efficiency Models at Different Temporal Scales. Remote Sensing. 7(3):2238-2278.
Hill MC, Kavetski D, Clark M, Ye M, Arabi M, Lu D, Foglia L, Mehl S.  2015.  Practical Use of Computationally Frugal Model Analysis Methods. Groundwater. :n/a-n/a.
Hill MC, Kavetski D, Clark M, Ye M, Arabi M, Lu D, Foglia L, Mehl S.  2015.  Practical Use of Computationally Frugal Model Analysis Methods. Groundwater. :n/a-n/a.
Walker AP, Zaehle S, Medlyn BE, De Kauwe MG, Asao S, Hickler T, Parton W, Ricciuto DM, Wang Y-P, Wårlind D et al..  2015.  Predicting long-term carbon sequestration in response to CO 2 enrichment: How and why do current ecosystem models differ? Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 29(4):476-495.
Collins W.D., Johansen H., Evans K.J., Woodward C.S., Caldwell P.M..  2015.  Progress in Fast, Accurate Multi-scale Climate Simulations. Procedia Computer Science. 51:2006-2015.
Kao S-C, Sale MJ, Ashfaq M, Martinez RUria, Kaiser DP, Wei Y, Diffenbaugh NS.  2015.  Projecting changes in annual hydropower generation using regional runoff data: An assessment of the United States federal hydropower plants. Energy. 80:239-250.
Wilbanks TJ.  2015.  Putting “Place” in a multiscale context: Perspectives from the sustainability sciences. Environmental Science & Policy. 53:70-79.
Jones BM, Grosse G, Arp CD, Miller E, Liu L, Hayes DJ, Larsen CF.  2015.  Recent Arctic tundra fire initiates widespread thermokarst development. Scientific Reports. 5:15865.
M. McCormack L, Dickie IA, Eissenstat DM, Fahey TJ, Fernandez CW, Guo D, Helmisaari H-S, Hobbie EA, Iversen CM, Jackson RB et al..  2015.  Redefining fine roots improves understanding of below-ground contributions to terrestrial biosphere processes. New Phytologist. :n/a-n/a.
Liu Z, Guan D, Wei W, Davis SJ, Ciais P, Bai J, Peng S, Zhang Q, Hubacek K, Marland G et al..  2015.  Reduced carbon emission estimates from fossil fuel combustion and cement production in China. Nature. 524(7565):335-338.
Shi X., Thornton P.E, Ricciuto D.M, Hanson P.J, Mao J., Sebestyen S.D, Griffiths N.A, Bisht G..  2015.  Representing northern peatland microtopography and hydrology within the Community Land Model. Biogeosciences. 12(21):6463-6477.
Shi X., Thornton P.E, Ricciuto D.M, Hanson P.J, Mao J., Sebestyen S.D, Griffiths N.A, Bisht G.  2015.  Representing northern peatland microtopography and hydrology within the Community Land Model. Biogeosciences Discussions. 12(4):3381-3418.
Kennedy JH, Pettit EC.  2015.  The response of fabric variations to simple shear and migration recrystallization. Journal of Glaciology. 61(227):537-550.
Wang Y.P, Jiang J., Chen-Charpentier B., Agusto F.B, Hastings A., Hoffman F., Rasmussen M., Smith M.J, Todd-Brown K., Wang Y. et al..  2015.  Responses of two nonlinear microbial models to warming or increased carbon input. Biogeosciences Discussions. 12(17):14647-14692.
Parmentier F-JW, Zhang W, Mi Y, Zhu X, van Huissteden J, Hayes DJ, Zhuang Q, Christensen TR, A. McGuire D.  2015.  Rising methane emissions from northern wetlands associated with sea ice decline. Geophysical Research Letters. 42(17):7214-7222.
Dale VH, Parish ES, Kline KL.  2015.  Risks to global biodiversity from fossil-fuel production exceed those from biofuel production. Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining. 9:177-189.
Masek JG, Hayes DJ, M. Hughes J, Healey SP, Turner DP.  2015.  The role of remote sensing in process-scaling studies of managed forest ecosystems. Forest Ecology and Management. 355:109-123.
Warren J, Hanson PJ, Iversen CM, Kumar J, Walker AP, Wullschleger SD.  2015.  Root structural and functional dynamics in terrestrial biosphere models - evaluation and recommendations. New Phytologist. 205(1):59-78.
Preston BL, King AW, Ernst KM, Absar SMariya, Nair SSurendran, Parish ES.  2015.  Scale and the representation of human agency in the modeling of agroecosystems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.
Weston DJ, Rogers A, Tschaplinski TJ, Gunter LE, Jawdy SA, Engle NL, Heady LE, Tuskan GA, Wullschleger SD.  2015.  Scaling nitrogen and carbon interactions: what are the consequences of biological buffering? Ecology and Evolution. 5(14):2839-2850.
Birkmann J, Cutter SL, Rothman DS, Welle T, Garschagen M, van Ruijven B, Neill B’, Preston BL, Kienberger S, Cardona OD et al..  2015.  Scenarios for vulnerability: opportunities and constraints in the context of climate change and disaster risk. Climatic Change. 133(1):53-68.
Wang D, Janjusic T, Iversen C, Thornton P, Karssovski M, Wu W, Xu Y.  2015.  A Scientific Function Test Framework for Modular Environmental Model Development: Application to the Community Land Model. 2015 IEEE/ACM 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering for High Performance Computing in Science (SE4HPCS)2015 IEEE/ACM 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering for High Performance Computing in Science.