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Wohlfahrt G., Amelynck C., Ammann C., Arneth A., Bamberger I., Goldstein A.H, Gu L., Guenther A., Hansel A., Heinesch B. et al..  2015.  An ecosystem-scale perspective of the net land methanol flux: synthesis of micrometeorological flux measurements. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. 15(2):2577-2613.
Wohlfahrt G, Gu L.  2015.  The many meanings of gross photosynthesis and their implication for photosynthesis research from leaf to globe. Plant, Cell & Environment. 38(12):2500-2507.
Wilson R.M, Hopple A.M, Tfaily M.M, Sebestyen S.D, Schadt C.W, Pfeifer-Meister L., Medvedeff C., McFarlane K.J, Kostka J.E, Kolton M. et al..  2016.  Stability of peatland carbon to rising temperatures. Nature Communications. 7:13723.
Williams RS, Marbert BS, Fisk MC, Hanson PJ.  2014.  Ground-Dwelling Beetle Responses to Long-Term Precipitation Alterations in a Hardwood Forest. Southeastern Naturalist. 13(1):138-155.
Wilbanks TJ.  2015.  Putting “Place” in a multiscale context: Perspectives from the sustainability sciences. Environmental Science & Policy. 53:70-79.
Wilbanks TJ.  2011.  Inducing transformational energy technological change. Energy Economics.
Wilbanks T.J., Kates RW.  2010.  Beyond Adapting to Climate Change: Embedding Adaptation in Responses to Multiple Threats and Stresses. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 100(4):719-728.
Wilbanks T.J..  2010.  Considering Issues in Measuring Energy Sustainability. Linkages of Sustainability: Strüngman Forum Report. :341–354.
Wilbanks TJ.  2014.  Technical Input for the U.S. Department of Energy in Support of the National Climate Assessment..
Wilbanks TJ, Ebi KL.  2014.  SSPs from an impact and adaptation perspective. Climatic Change. 122(3):473-479.
Wilbanks TJ.  2010.  Adapting to Impacts of Climate Change.
Wilbanks JT, Wilbanks TJ.  2010.  Science, Open Communication and Sustainable Development. Sustainability. 2(4):993-1015.
Wilbanks TJ, Fernandez SJ, Allen MR.  2015.  Extreme Weather Events and Interconnected Infrastructures: Toward More Comprehensive Climate Change Planning. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development. 57(4):4-15.
Wicklein HF, Ollinger SV, Martin ME, Hollinger DY, Lepine LC, Day MC, Bartlett MK, Richardson AD, Norby RJ.  2012.  Variation in foliar nitrogen and albedo in response to nitrogen fertilization and elevated CO2. Oecologia. 169(4):915-925.
White T., Nahorski Z., Bun R, Nilson S., Jonas M., Marland G., Winiwarter W..  2010.  Greenhouse Gas InventoriesLessons to be learned from uncertainty treatment: Conclusions regarding greenhouse gas inventories. :339-343.
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.
Weston DJ, Hanson PJ, Norby RJ, Tuskan GA, Wullschleger SD.  2012.  From systems biology to photosynthesis and whole-plant physiology: A conceptual model for integrating multi-scale networks. Plant Signaling & Behavior. 7(2):260-262.
Weston DJ, TIMM CM, Walker AP, Gu L, Muchero W, SCHMUTZ J, SHAW AJ, Tuskan GA, Warren J, Wullschleger SD.  2014.  Sphagnum physiology in the context of changing climate: emergent influences of genomics, modelling and host-microbiome interactions on understanding ecosystem function. Plant, Cell & Environment. :n/a-n/a.
Weston DJ, Wullschleger SD, Tuskan GA.  2013.  Extending the Arabidopsis flowering paradigm to a mass flowering phenomenon in the tropics. Molecular Ecology. 22(18):4603-4605.
West T, Marland G, Singh N, Bhaduri BL, Roddy A.  2009.  The human carbon budget: an estimate of the spatial distribution of metabolic carbon consumption and release in the United States. Biogeochemistry. 94:29-41.
West TO, Brandt CC, Baskaran LM, Hellwinckel CM, Mueller R, Bernacchi CJ, Bandaru V, Yang B, Wilson BS, Marland G et al..  2010.  Cropland carbon fluxes in the United States: increasing geospatial resolution of inventory-based carbon accounting. Ecological Applications. 20:1074-1086.
West TO, Marland G, King AW, Post WM, Jain AK, Andrasko K.  2004.  Carbon Management Response Curves: Estimates of Temporal Soil Carbon Dynamics. Environmental Management. 33:507-518.
Weng E, Luo Y, Wang W, Wang H, Hayes DJ, A. McGuire D, Hastings A, Schimel DS.  2012.  Ecosystem carbon storage capacity as affected by disturbance regimes: A general theoretical model. Journal of Geophysical Research. 117(G3)
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.
Warren J, Jensen A.M, Medlyn B.E, NORBY R.J, Tissue D.T.  2014.  CO2 stimulation of photosynthesis in Liquidambar styraciflua is not sustained during a 12-year field experiment. AoB PLANTS.