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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.
Walker AP, Beckerman AP, Gu L, Kattge J, Cernusak LA, Domingues TF, Scales JC, Wohlfahrt G, Wullschleger SD, F. Woodward I.  2014.  The relationship of leaf photosynthetic traits - V cmax and J max - to leaf nitrogen, leaf phosphorus, and specific leaf area: a meta-analysis and modeling study. Ecology and Evolution. 4(16):3218-3235.
Walker AP, Hanson PJ, De Kauwe MG, Medlyn BE, Zaehle S, Asao S, Dietze M, Hickler T, Huntingford C, Iversen CM et al..  2014.  Comprehensive ecosystem model-data synthesis using multiple data sets at two temperate forest free-air CO 2 enrichment experiments: Model performance at ambient CO 2 concentration. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 119(5):937-964.
Walker AP, Carter KR, Gu L, Hanson PJ, Malhotra A, Norby RJ, Sebestyen SD, Wullschleger S, Weston DJ.  2017.  Biophysical drivers of seasonal variability in Sphagnum gross primary production in a northern temperate bog. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences.
Walker AP, Beckerman AP, Gu L, Kattge J, Cernusak LA, Domingues TF, Scales JC, Wohlfahrt G, Wullschleger SD, F. Woodward I.  2014.  The relationship of leaf photosynthetic traits - Vcmax and Jmax - to leaf nitrogen, leaf phosphorus, and specific leaf area: a meta-analysis and modeling study. Ecology and Evolution. 4(16):3218-3235.
Walker AP, Quaife T, van Bodegom PM, De Kauwe MG, Keenan TF, Joiner J, Lomas MR, MacBean N, Xu C, Yang X et al..  2017.  The impact of alternative trait-scaling hypotheses for the maximum photosynthetic carboxylation rate ( V cmax ) on global gross primary production. New Phytologist.