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Lee X, Goulden ML, Hollinger DY, Barr A, Black AT, Bohrer G, Bracho R, Drake B, Goldstein A, Gu L et al..  2011.  Observed increase in local cooling effect of deforestation at higher latitudes. Nature. 479(7373):384-387.
Gu L, Meyers T, Pallardy SG, Hanson P.J, Yang B, Heuer M, Hosman KP, Liu Q, Riggs JS, Sluss D et al..  2007.  Influences of biomass heat and biochemical energy storages on the land surface fluxes and radiative temperature. 112(D2):D02107.
Gu L, Massman WJ, Leuning R, Pallardy SG, Meyers T, Hanson PJ, Riggs JS, Hosman KP, Yang B.  2012.  The fundamental equation of eddy covariance and its application in flux measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 152:135-148.
Yang B, Pallardy SG, Meyers T, Gu L-H, Hanson P.J, Wullschleger S., Heuer M, Hosman KP, Riggs JS, Sluss DW.  2010.  Environmental controls on water use efficiency during severe drought in an Ozark Forest in Missouri, USA. Global Change Biology. 16:2252–2271.
Gu L, Meyers T, Pallardy SG, Hanson P.J, Yang B, Heuer M, Hosman KP, Riggs JS, Sluss D, Wullschleger SD.  2006.  Direct and indirect effects of atmospheric conditions and soil moisture on surface energy partitioning revealed by a prolonged drought at a temperate forest site. 111(D16):D16102.
Yi C, Ricciuto D, Li R, Wolbeck J, Xu X, Nilsson M, Aires L, Albertson JD, Ammann C, Arain A et al..  2010.  Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents. Environmental Research Letters. 5:034007.
Yang B, Hanson P.J, Riggs JS, Pallardy SG, Heuer M, Hosman KP, Meyers T, Wullschleger S., Gu L-H.  2007.  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.
Gu L, Hanson P.J, Post WM, Kaiser DP, Yang B, Nemani R, Pallardy SG, Meyers T.  2008.  The 2007 Eastern US Spring Freeze: Increased Cold Damage in a Warming World. BioScienceBioScience. 58(3):253-262.