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36. Baldocchi, D., 2013: Ecosystem Services of Energy Exchange and Regulation. Climate Vulnerability: Understanding and Addressing Threats to Essential Resources. Elsevier Inc., Academic Press, 81–92 pp.

35. Dario Papale, Deborah A. Agarwal, Dennis Baldocchi, Robert B. Cook and Joshua B. Fisher Catharine van Ingen. 2012. Database Maintenance, Data Sharing Policy, Collaboration. In: Eddy Covariance: A Practical Guide to Measurement and Data Analysis. Editors. M Aubinet, D. Papale. Springer pp 399-424.

34. Baldocchi, DD., Ryu, Y. 2011. A Synthesis of Forest Evaporation Fluxes-from Days to Years-as Measured with Eddy Covariance. In: Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions, Editors, Del Lavia and Darryl Carlyle-Moses, Ecological Studies, 216. Springer. DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-1363-5_5.

33. Baldocchi, D.D. Chen, Q., Chen, X., Ma, S., Miller, G., Ryu, Y., Xiao, J., Wenk, R. and Battles, J. 2010. The Dynamics of Energy, Water and Carbon Fluxes in a Blue Oak (Quercus douglasii) Savanna in California, USA, In: Ecosystem Function in Global Savannas: Measurement and Modeling at Landscape to Global Scales – edited by Michael J. Hill and Niall P. Hanan and published by CRC/Taylor and Francis. pp 135-151.

32. Running, S.W., Nemani, R.R., Townshend, J.R.G., Baldocchi, D.D. 2009. Next-Generation Terrestrial Carbon Monitoring. In: Carbon Sequestration and Its Role in the Global Carbon Cycle, Brian J. McPherson and Eric T. Sundquist, Editors. Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume 183. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.

31. Hunt, J.R., Baldocchi, D.D., vanIngen, C. 2009. Redefining ecological science using data. In: The Fourth Paradigm, data-intensive scientific discovery. Ed. Tony Hey, Stewart Tansley and Kristin Tolle. Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA. Pp 21-26.

30. Gu, L., Post, W.M., Baldocchi, D.D. Black, T.A. Suyker, A.E. Verma, S.B. Vesala, T., Wofsy, S.C. 2009. In: Phenology of Ecosystem Processes. Asko Noormets, Editor. Springer. Pg 35-58.

29. Baldocchi D.D., Liukang Xu. 2005. Carbon Exchange of Deciduous Broadleaved Forests in Temperate and Mediterranean Regions. In: Carbon Balance of Forest Biomes. Eds. PJ Jarvis and H Griffiths. BIOS Scientific Publishers Ltd. pp 187-216.

28. Meyers TP, Baldocchi DD. 2005. Current micrometeorological flux methodologies with applications in agriculture. In: Micrometeorological Measurements in Agricultural Systems. Ed. JL Hatfield. American Agronomy Society. pp 381-396.

27. Baldocchi, DD. 2005. The role of biodiversity on the evaporation of forests. In: Forest Diversity and Function: Temperate and Boreal Systems. Ecological Studies, vol 176. Eds. Michael Scherer-Lorenzen and E. Detlef Schulze.Springer-Verlag, Berlin. Pp. 131-148.

26. Baldocchi, DD. Bowling, DR. 2005. Theoretical Examination of Keeling-plot Relationships for Carbon Dioxide in a Temperate Broadleaved Forest with a Biophysical Model, CANISOTOPE. In: Stable Isotopes and Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions. Ed L Flanagan, J.R. Ehleringer, D. Pataki. Academic Press. Pp 109-124.

25. Williams M, Woodward FI, Baldocchi DD, Ellsworth D. 2004. CO2 capture from the leaf to the landscape. In:

24. Pitman A.J., H. Dolman, B. Kruijt, R. Valentini, D. Baldocchi. 2004. The climate near the ground0x08 graphic. In: Vegetation, Water, Humans and the Climate: A New Perspective on an Interactive System. P. Kabat, M.Claussen, P. A. Dirmeyer, J.H.C. Gash, L. Bravo de Guenni, M. Meybeck, R. A. Pielke, Sr., C. J. Vorosmarty, R. W.A. Hutjes, S.L?tkemeier (Eds.). Springer, Berlin, Germany. Pp 9-19.

23. Caldiera, K., Morgan, M.G., Baldocchi, D.D., Brewer, P.G.,Chen, A., Nabuurs, G-J., Nakicenovic, N., Robertson, G.P. 2004. A portfolio of carbon management options. In: Towards CO2stabilization: Issues, Strategies and Consequences, A SCOPE/GCP Rapid Assessment Project. Chris Field and Michael Raupach, Editors. pp 103-130.

22. Baldocchi, DD. Valentini R. 2004. Geographic and Temporal Variation of the Mechanisms Controlling Carbon Exchange by Ecosystems and their Sensitivity to Environmental Perturbations. In: Towards CO2stabilization: Issues, Strategies and Consequences, A SCOPE/GCP Rapid Assessment Project. Chris Field and Michael Raupach, Editors. pp 295-316.

21. Gu L, Post W, Baldocchi DD, Black TA, Verma SB, Vesala T. 2003.Phenology Of Vegetation Photosynthesis. In: Phenology, an integrated Environmental Science. Ed M Schwartz, Kluwer Academic Press. pp 457-485.

20. Panek J, Goldstein AH, Baldocchi, DD. 2003. The need for spatially and functionally integrated models of ozone deposition to forests. In: Ozone Air Pollution in the Sierra Nevada Distribution and Effects on Forests, eds A Bytnerowicz, M Arbaugh, and R Alonso. Developments in Environmental Science, vol. 2, pp 325-357.

19. Baldocchi, D.D. and K. Wilson. 2002. Forest canopies as sources and sinks of atmospheric trace gases (methods for scaling up, contributions of different ecosystems): scaling up to the ecosystem level. In: Trace Gas Exchange in Forest Ecosystems, eds. R. Gasche, H. Papen, H.Rennenberg. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Pp. 229-242.

18. Kelliher, F.M., J. Lloyd, C. Rebmann, C. Wirth, E-D. Schulze D.D.Baldocchi. 2001. Evaporation in the boreal zone during summer: physics and vegetation. In Global Biogeochemical Cycles in the Climate System. Eds Schulze et al. Academic Press. Pp 151-165.

17. Amthor, J.S. and D.D. Baldocchi. 2001. Terrestrial Higher-Plant Respiration and Net Primary Production. In: Terrestrial Global Productivity: Past, Present and Future. Eds. J. Roy, B. Saugier and H.Mooney. Academic Press. San Diego. pp 32

16. Baldocchi, D.D. and J.S. Amthor. 2001. Canopy Photosynthesis: History, measurements and models. In: Terrestrial Global Productivity:Past, Present and Future. Eds. J. Roy, B. Saugier and H. Mooney.Academic Press. San Diego. Pp. 9-31.

15. Raupach, M.R., D.D. Baldocchi, H. Bolle, L. Dumenil, W. Eugster, F.Meixner, J. Olejnik, R. Pielke, Sr., J. Tenhunen, R. Valentini. 1999. How is the Atmospheric coupling of land surfaces affected by topography, complexity in landscape patterning and the vegetation mosaic? In: Integrating Hydrology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes. Dahlem Konferenzen. Berlin.

14. Valentini, R., D. Baldocchi, J. Tenhunen. 1999. Ecological Controls on Land Surface Atmospheric Interactions. In: Integrating Hydrology, Ecosystem Dynamics and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes. Dahlem Konferenzen. Pp 117-146

13. Luxmoore, R.J. and D.D. Baldocchi. 1995. Modeling Interactions of carbon dioxide, forests and climate. In: Biotic Feedbacks in the Global Climatic System: Will the Warming Speed the Warming? ed. G.M. Woodwell and F.T. MacKenzie. Oxford University Press. pp. 283-303.

12. Baldocchi, D.D. and Serge Collineau. 1994. The Physical Nature of Light in Heterogeneous Canopies: Spatial and Temporal Attributes. In: Exploitation of Environmental Heterogeneity by Plants: Ecophysiological Processes Above and Below Ground. (eds. M.M Caldwell and R.W. Pearcy).Academic Press. San Diego, CA . pp. 21-72.

11. Baldocchi, D.D. 1993. Deposition of gaseous sulfur compounds to vegetation. In: Sulfur Nutrition and Assimilation in Higher Plants: Physiological Functions and Environmental Significances. eds. De Kok, L.J., I. Stulen, H. Rennenberg, C. Brunold and W.E. Rauser. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague, Netherlands. pp. 271-294.

10. Baldocchi, D.D. 1993. Scaling water and carbon exchange from leaves to a canopy: rules and tools. In: Scaling Physiological Processes: Leaf to Globe (eds. J. Ehleringer and C.B. Field) Academic Press. pp.77-114.

9. Baldocchi, D.D. 1992. On estimating HNO3 deposition to a deciduous forest with a Lagrangian random-walk model. In: Precipitation Scavenging and Atmospheric-Surface Exchange Processes. eds. S.E. Schwartz and W.G.N. Slinn. Hemisphere Press. pp. 1081-1094.

8. Schimel, J., Robertson, G.P., Baldocchi, D.D., Bogner, J.,Davidson, E., Duyzer, J., Ehhalt, D., Fowler, D., Groffman, P., Haider,K., Isadorov, V., Klemedtsson, L., Melillo, J., Smith, K., Su, W.H. and Wieprecht, W. 1993. Impacts of trace gas fluxes in mid-latitude ecosystems. In: Ecological Bulletins 42, Trace Gas Exchange in a Global Perspective. eds. D.S. Ojima and B.H. Svensson. Munksgaard Int. Booksellers. Copenhagen. pp. 124-132.

7. Strain, B.R. L.H. Allen, D.D. Baldocchi et al. 1991. Available technologies for field experimentation with elevated CO2 in global change research. In: Ecosystem Experiments (eds. H.A. Mooney et al.) pp245-261. Wiley, New York.

6. Baldocchi, D.D. 1991. Canopy control of trace gas emissions. In: Trace Gas Emissions by Plants (T.D. Sharkey, E.A. Holland and H.A.Mooney, eds) Academic Press. New York. pp. 293-333.

5. Rosswall, T., F. Bak, D.D. Baldocchi, R.J. Cicerone, R. Conrad, D.H.Ehhalt, M.K. Firestone, I.E. Galbally, V.F. Galchenko, P. Groffman, H.Papen, W.S. Reeburgh and E. Sanhueza. 1989. What regulates production and consumption of trace gases in ecosystems: biology or physiochemistry? In: Exchange of Trace Gases Between Terrestrial Ecosystems and the Atmosphere. (eds) M.O. Andreae and D.S. Schimel. John Wiley and Sons, New York. pp. 73-95.

4. Baldocchi, D.D. 1989. Canopy atmosphere water vapor exchange: can we scale from a leaf to a canopy? In: Estimation of Areal Evapotranspiration. (eds). T.A. Black, D.L. Spittlehouse, M.D. Novak and D.T. Price. IAHS Press, Wallingford, UK. pub. 177. pp. 21-41.

3. Taylor, G.E. Jr, D.D. Baldocchi and P. Hansen. 1988. Pollutant deposition to individual leaves and plant canopies: sites of regulation and relationship to injury. In: Assessment of Crop Loss from Air Pollutants. (Eds.) W.W. Heck, O.C. Taylor and D.T. Tingey. Elsevier Applied Science. London. pp. 227-257.

2. Hutchison, B.A. and D.D. Baldocchi. 1989. Forest Meteorology. In: Analysis of Biogeochemical Cycling Processes in Walker Branch Watershed.(Eds) D.W. Johnson and R.I. Van Hook. Springer Verlag. pp.21-95.

1. Hicks, B.B., T.P. Meyers and D.D. Baldocchi. 1988. Aerometric measurement requirements for quantifying dry deposition. In: Principles of Environmental Sampling. American Chemical Society Professional Reference Book. pp. 297-315.

         
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