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Kline K.L., Dale VH, Efroymson R.A., Haq Z..  2010.  Land-Use Change and Bioenergy.
Kinrade P, Preston BL, Macadam I, Fisher T, Whiteoak K, Wiedemann N, Mirams S, Cane J, Ronalds C, Krohn J et al..  2008.  Impacts of Climate Change on Settlements in the Western Port Region People, Property and Places.
Kinrade P, Justus M, Grey S, Preston BL, Benedyka S, Skinner Z, Cane J, Ronalds C, Krohn J, Smith P et al..  2008.  Impacts of Climate Change on Settlements in the Western Port Region Climate Change Risks and Adaptation.
L Smith M, Warren J, Arzayus KM, Drobot SD, Porinchu DF, Barber VA, Delissio LJ.  2003.  The 'Ideal' Climate Change Ph.D. Program. :1–10.
Rood RB, Anderson JL, Bader DC, Blackmon ML, Hogan TF, Esborg PK.  2000.  High-end climate science: development of modeling and related computing capabilities.
King AW, Dilling L, Zimmerman GP, Fairman DM, Houghton RA, Marland G, Rose AZ, Wilbanks TJ.  2007.  {The First State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR) The North American Carbon the Global Carbon Cycle}.
Gunderson C.A, Davis EB, Jager HI, West T.O, Perlack RD, Brandt CC, Wullschleger S., M L, Wilkerson EG, Downing ME.  2008.  Exploring Potential U.S. Switchgrass Production for Lignocellulosic Ethanol.
Preston BL.  2007.  Chapter 6 Application of climate projections in impact and risk assessments. :108–123.
Dale VH, Kline K.L., Wiens J., Fargione.  2010.  Biofuels: Implications for Land Use and Biodiversity. Biofuel and Sustainability Reports.
Kline KL, Wolfe AK, Perlack RD, Dale VH, Mcmahon M.  2008.  Biofuel Feedstock Assessment for Selected Countries to Support the DOE study of Worldwide Potential to Produce Biofuels with a focus on U.S. Imports.
M. WARREN J, H. BASSMAN J, Scott MATTINSON D., K. FELLMAN J, E. EDWARDS G, Robberecht R.  2002.  Alteration of foliar flavonoid chemistry induced by enhanced UV-B radiation in field-grown pinus ponderosa, Quercus rubra and Pseudotsuga menziesii. 66(2):9.
Jones R, Preston BL.  2010.  Adaptation and Risk Management.
Journal Article
Dodds WK, Collins S.M, Hamilton S.K, Tank J.L, Johnson S., Webster J.R, Simon K.S, Whiles M.R, Rantala H.M, McDowell W.H et al..  2014.  You are not always what we think you eat: selective assimilation across multiple whole-stream isotopic tracer studies. Ecology. 95(10):2757-2767.
Zeng Z, Wang T, Zhou F, Ciais P, Mao J, Shi X, Piao S.  2014.  A worldwide analysis of spatiotemporal changes in water balance-based evapotranspiration from 1982 to 2009. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 119(3):1186-1202.
Folland C.K., Miller C., Bader DC, Crowe M., Jones P., Plummer N., Richman M., Parker D.E., Rogers J., Scholefield P..  1999.  Workshop on Indices and Indicators for Climate Extremes, Asheville, NC, USA, 3–6 June 1997 Breakout Group C: Temperature Indices for Climate Extremes. Climatic Change. 42:31-43.
Kline K.L., Coleman MD.  2010.  Woody energy crops in the southeastern United States: Two centuries of practitioner experience. Biomass and Bioenergy. 34:1655-1666.
Hanssen SV, Duden AS, Junginger M, Dale VH, van der Hilst F.  2017.  Wood pellets, what else? Greenhouse gas parity times of European electricity from wood pellets produced in the south-eastern United States using different softwood feedstocks GCB Bioenergy. 25494853223782769749767319172602138711716556716933236134544329263257350173710319326459104(16)
Yang B, Shaw RH, U KTha Paw.  2006.  Wind loading on trees across a forest edge: A large eddy simulation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 141:133-146.
McMurtrie RE, Norby RJ, Medlyn BE, Dewar RC, Pepper DA, Reich PB, Barton CVM.  2008.  Why is plant-growth response to elevated CO2 amplified when water is limiting, but reduced when nitrogen is limiting? A growth-optimisation hypothesis Functional Plant Biology. 35(6):521.
De Kauwe MG, Medlyn BE, Zaehle S, Walker AP, Dietze MC, Wang Y-P, Luo Y, Jain AK, El-Masri B, Hickler T et al..  2014.  Where does the carbon go? A model-data intercomparison of vegetation carbon allocation and turnover processes at two temperate forest free-air CO 2 enrichment sites New Phytologist. 203(3):883-899.
Klaus J., McDonnell J.J, Jackson C.R, Du E., Griffiths N.A.  2015.  Where does streamwater come from in low-relief forested watersheds? A dual-isotope approach Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19(1):125-135.
Kuang W, Liu Y, Dou Y, Chi W, Chen G, Gao C, Yang T, Liu J, Zhang R.  2015.  What are hot and what are not in an urban landscape: quantifying and explaining the land surface temperature pattern in Beijing, China. Landscape Ecology. 30(2):357-373.
Bohn T.J, Melton J.R, Ito A., Kleinen T., Spahni R., Stocker B.D, Zhang B., Zhu X., Schroeder R., Glagolev M.V et al..  2015.  WETCHIMP-WSL: intercomparison of wetland methane emissions models over West Siberia. Biogeosciences. 12(11):3321-3349.
Norman MR.  2014.  A WENO-limited, ADER-DT, finite-volume scheme for efficient, robust, and communication-avoiding multi-dimensional transport. Journal of Computational Physics. 274:1-18.
Vannan SKSanthan, Cook RB, Holladay S.K, Olsen LM, Dadi U, Wilson BE.  2010.  A Web-Based Subsetting Service for Regional Scale MODIS Land Products. Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, IEEE Journal of. 2:319–328.