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2004
Post WM, Izaurralde RCesar, Jastrow JD, McCarl BA, Amonette JE, Bailey VL, Jardine PM, West TO, Zhou J.  2004.  {Enhancement of Carbon Sequestration in US Soils}. BioScience. 54:895.
Gu L, Post WM, King AW.  2004.  Fast labile carbon turnover obscures sensitivity of heterotrophic respiration from soil to temperature: A model analysis. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 18(1)
Key R.M, Kozyr AV, Sabine C.L, Lee K., Wanninkhof R., Bullister J.L, Freely R.A, Millero F.J, Mordy C., Peng T.-H..  2004.  A global ocean carbon climatology: Results from Global Data Analysis Project (GLODAP). Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 18(4)
Mulholland P.J.  2004.  The importance of in-stream uptake for regulating stream concentrations and outputs of N and P from a forested watershed: evidence from long-term chemistry records for Walker Branch Watershed. Biogeochemistry. 70:403–426.
Grant R., Arain A, Arora VK, Barr A., Black AT, Chen J., Wang S., Yuan F, Zhang Y..  2004.  Modelling Temperature Effects on CO2 and Energy Exchange in Temperate and Boreal Coniferous Forests. AGU Spring Meeting Abstracts. :A3.
Domec J.C., Warren J, MEINZER F.C, J. Brooks R, Coulombe R.  2004.  Native Root Xylem Embolism and Stomatal Closure in Stands of Douglas-Fir and Ponderosa Pine: Mitigation by Hydraulic Redistribution. Oecologia. 141:pp.7-16.
Hanson P.J, Amthor J.S, Wullschleger SD, Wilson K.B, Grant R.F, Hartley A., Hui D., Hunt, Jr ER, Johnson D.W, Kimball J.S et al..  2004.  Oak Forest Carbon and Water Simulations: Model Intercomparisons and Evaluations Against Independent Data. Ecological Monographs. 74:443–489.
Hanson P.J, Amthor J.S, Wullschleger SD, Wilson K.B, Grant R.F, Hartley A., Hui D., Hunt, Jr ER, Johnson D.W, Kimball J.S et al..  2004.  {Oak Forest Carbon and Water Simulations: Model Intercomparisons and Evaluations Against Independent Data}. Ecological Monographs. 74:443–489.
Preston BL.  2004.  Observed winter warming of the Chesapeake Bay estuary (1949-2002): implications for ecosystem management.. Environmental management. 34:125–39.
Sabine C.L, Freely R.A, Gruber N., Key R.M, Lee K., Bullister J.L, Wanninkhof R., Wong C.S., Wallace, Tilbrook B. et al..  2004.  The Oceanic Sink for Anthropogenic CO2. Science. 305(5682):367-371.
Sholtis JD, Gunderson CA, Norby RJ, Tissue DT.  2004.  Persistent stimulation of photosynthesis by elevated CO2 in a sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) forest stand. New Phytologist. 162:343–354.
Mulholland P.J, H. Valett M, Webster J.R, Thomas S, Cooper LW, Hamilton S.K, Peterson B.  2004.  Stream denitrification and total nitrate uptake rates measured using a field 15N tracer addition approach. Limnology and Oceanography. 49:809–820.
2005
SEMAZZI FHM, SCROGGS JS, POULIOT GA, MCKEE-BURROWS ALeia, NORMAN M, POOJARY V, TSAI Y-M.  2005.  On the Accuracy of Semi-Lagrangian Numerical Simulation of Internal Gravity Wave Motion in the Atmosphere. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 83(5):851-869.
Marland G., Blasing T.J, Broniak CT.  2005.  The annual cycle of fossil-fuel carbon dioxide emissions in the United States. Tellus B. 57(2):107-115.
Lamarque J.-F., Kiehl J, Brasseur G, Cameron-Smith P, Collins W.D, Thornton PE, Granier D, Hauglustaine D., Hess P., Holland E. et al..  2005.  Assessing future nitrogen deposition and carbon cycle feedback using a multimodel approach: Analysis of nitrogen deposition. Journal of Geophysical Research. 110(D19)
Jain AK, West T.O, Yang X., Post WM.  2005.  Assessing the impact of changes in climate and CO 2 on potential carbon sequestration in agricultural soils. Geophysical Research Letters. 32(19)
Yuan F., Bland WL.  2005.  Comparison of light- and temperature-based index models for potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) growth and development. American Journal of Potato Research. 82(5):345-352.
Xia J, Wang G, Tan G..  2005.  Development of distributed time-variant gain model for nonlinear hydrological systems. Science in China Series D. 48(6):713.
Lin G-F, Chen L-H, Kao S-C.  2005.  Development of regional design hyetographs. Hydrological Processes. 19(4):937-946.
MEINZER F.C, Bond B.J, Warren J, WOODRUFF D.R.  2005.  Does water transport scale universally with tree size? Functional Ecology. 19:558–565.
Thornton PE, Rosenbloom N.  2005.  Ecosystem model spin-up: Estimating steady state conditions in a coupled terrestrial carbon and nitrogen cycle model. Ecological Modelling. 189(1-2):25-48.
Bisht G, Venturini V, Islam S, Jiang L.E.  2005.  Estimation of the net radiation using MODIS (Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer) data for clear sky days. Remote Sensing of Environment. 97:52–67.
Hanson P.J, Wullschleger SD, Norby RJ, Tschaplinski TJ, Gunderson CA.  2005.  Importance of changing CO2, temperature, precipitation, and ozone on carbon and water cycles of an upland-oak forest: incorporating experimental results into model simulations. Global Change Biology. 11:1402–1423.
Keller JK, Bridgham SD, Chapin CT, Iversen C.M.  2005.  Limited effects of six years of fertilization on carbon mineralization dynamics in a Minnesota fen. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 37:1197-1204.
Gu L-H, Falge EM, Boden TA, Baldoucchi DD, Black AT, Saleska SR, Suni T, Verma SB, Vesala T, Wofsy SC et al..  2005.  Objective threshold determination for nighttime eddy flux filtering. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 128:179-197.