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Wang D, Carr E, Gross LJ, Berry MW.  2005.  Toward Ecosystem Modeling on Computing Grids. Computing in Science and Engineering. (Sept/Oct 2005):44-52.
Wang D, Schuchart J, Janjusic T, Winkler F, Xu Y, Kartsaklis C.  2014.  Toward Better Understanding of the Community Land Model within the Earth System Modeling Framework. Procedia Computer Science. 29:1515-1524.
Elrick-Barr CE, Preston BL, Thomsen DC, Smith TF.  2014.  Toward a new conceptualization of household adaptive capacity to climate change: applying a risk governance lens. Ecology and Society. 19(4)
Xu C, Fisher R, Wullschleger SD, Wilson CJ, Cai M, McDowell NG.  2012.  Toward a Mechanistic Modeling of Nitrogen Limitation on Vegetation Dynamics. PLoS ONE. 7(5):e37914.
Warren J, Iversen C.M, Garten C.T, NORBY R.J, Childs J., Brice D., Evans R.M, Gu L., Thornton P., Weston D.J.  2012.  Timing and magnitude of C partitioning through a young loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) stand using 13C labeling and shade treatments. Tree Physiology. 32(6):799-813.
Warren J, Iversen C.M, Garten C.T, NORBY R.J, Childs J., Brice D., Evans R.M, Gu L., Thornton P., Weston D.J.  2011.  Timing and magnitude of C partitioning through a young loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) stand using 13C labeling and shade treatments. Tree Physiology.
Koirala S., Gentry R., Mulholland P.J, Perfect E., Schwartz J..  2010.  Time and frequency domain analyses of high-frequency hydrologic and chloride data in an east Tennessee watershed. Journal of Hydrology. 387:256–264.
Archibald RK, Evans K.J, Drake JB, White, III J.B.  2009.  Time Acceleration Methods for Advection on the Cubed Sphere. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 5545:253-262.
Helton AM, Poole GC, Meyer JL, Wollheim WM, Peterson BJ, Mulholland PJ, Bernhardt ES, Stanford JA, Arango C, Ashkenas LR et al..  2011.  Thinking outside the channel: modeling nitrogen cycling in networked river ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 9(4):229-238.
Gunderson C.A, O'Hara KH, Campion CM, Walker AV, Edwards NT.  2010.  Thermal plasticity of photosynthesis: the role of acclimation in forest responses to a warming climate. Global Change Biology. 16:2272–2286.
NIU SHULI, Luo Y, Fei S, Yuan W, Schimel D, Law BE, Ammann C, Arain A, Arneth A, Aubinet M et al..  2012.  Thermal optimality of net ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide and underlying mechanisms. New Phytologist. 194(3):775-783.
Sjöberg Y, Coon E, A. Sannel BK, Pannetier R, Harp D, Frampton A, Painter SL, Lyon SW.  2016.  Thermal effects of groundwater flow through subarctic fens: A case study based on field observations and numerical modeling. Water Resources Research. 52(3):1591-1606.
Johnson DM, Wortemann R, MCCULLOH KATHERINEA, Jordan-Meille L, Ward E, Warren JM, Palmroth S, Domec J-C.  2016.  A test of the hydraulic vulnerability segmentation hypothesis in angiosperm and conifer tree species. Tree Physiology. 36(8):983-993.
Xia J, A. McGuire D, Lawrence D, Burke E, Chen G, Chen X, Delire C, Koven C, MacDougall A, Peng S et al..  2017.  Terrestrial ecosystem model performance in simulating productivity and its vulnerability to climate change in the northern permafrost region. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 122(2):430-446.
Rogers A, Serbin SP, Ely KS, Sloan VL, Wullschleger SD.  2017.  Terrestrial biosphere models underestimate photosynthetic capacity and CO 2 assimilation in the Arctic. New Phytologist.
Tian H, Lu C, Ciais P, Michalak AM, Canadell JG, Saikawa E, Huntzinger DN, Gurney KR, Sitch S, Zhang B et al..  2016.  The terrestrial biosphere as a net source of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. Nature. 531(7593):225-228.
Post WM, Amonette JE, Birdsey R, Garten CT, Izaurralde RCesar, M. JARDINE P, Jastrow JD, Rattan L, Marland G, McCarl BA et al..  2009.  Terrestrial Biological Carbon Sequestration: Science for Enhancement and Implementation. :363.
Xie J, Chen J, Sun G, Zha T, Yang B, Chu H, Liu J, Wan S, Zhou C, Ma H et al..  2016.  Ten-year variability in ecosystem water use efficiency in an oak-dominated temperate forest under a warming climate. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 218-219:209-217.
Griffiths NA, Hill WR.  2014.  Temporal Variation in the Importance of a Dominant Consumer to Stream Nutrient Cycling. Ecosystems.
Ryu Y, Baldocchi DD, Black AT, Detto M, Law BE, Leuning R, Miyata A, Reichstein M, Vargas R, Ammann C et al..  2012.  On the temporal upscaling of evapotranspiration from instantaneous remote sensing measurements to 8-day mean daily-sums. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 152:212-222.
Gregg J.S, Losey LM, Andres R., Blasing T.J, Marland G..  2009.  The Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Fossil-Fuel Use in North America. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 48:2528–2542.
Evans K.J, Knoll DA.  2007.  Temporal accuracy analysis of phase change convection simulations using the JFNK-SIMPLE algorithm. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids. 55(7):637-653.
North M.P., Brandt CC, Christensen S.W., Atwater J.B., Tharpe D.S..  1997.  Technical Specification for Transferring Biota Data to the Oak Ridge Environmental Information System (OREIS).
Wilbanks TJ.  2014.  Technical Input for the U.S. Department of Energy in Support of the National Climate Assessment..
NORMAN M.  2013.  Targeting Atmospheric Simulation Algorithms for Large, Distributed-Memory, GPU-Accelerated Computers. Lecture Notes in Earth System Sciences.