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Wind loading on trees across a forest edge: A large eddy simulation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 141:133-146.. 2006.
Thermal optimality of net ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide and underlying mechanisms. New Phytologist. 194(3):775-783.. 2012.
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.. 2016.
Seasonal variation in ecosystem water use efficiency in an urban-forest reserve affected by periodic drought. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 221:142-151.. 2016.
Net carbon uptake has increased through warming-induced changes in temperate forest phenology. Nature Climate Change. 4(7):598-604.. 2014.
Large-eddy Simulation of Turbulent Flow across a Forest Edge. Part II: Momentum and Turbulent Kinetic Energy Budgets. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 121:433-457.. 2006.
Large-eddy Simulation of Turbulent Flow Across a Forest Edge. Part I: Flow Statistics. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 120:377–412.. 2006.
The fundamental equation of eddy covariance and its application in flux measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 152:135-148.. 2012.
Environmental controls on water use efficiency during severe drought in an Ozark Forest in Missouri, USA. Global Change Biology. 16(8):2252-2271.. 2009.
Environmental controls on water use efficiency during severe drought in an Ozark Forest in Missouri, USA. Global Change Biology. 16:2252–2271.. 2010.
The effects of black carbon and sulphate aerosols in China regions on East Asia monsoons. Tellus B. 61:642–656.. 2009.
Cropland carbon fluxes in the United States: increasing geospatial resolution of inventory-based carbon accounting. Ecological Applications. 20:1074-1086.. 2010.
Biases of CO2 storage in eddy flux measurements in a forest pertinent to vertical configurations of a profile system and CO2 density averaging. Journal of Geophysical Research. 112:1–15.. 2007.
The 2007 Eastern US Spring Freeze: Increased Cold Damage in a Warming World. BioScienceBioScience. 58(3):253-262.. 2008.