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12. Baldocchi, DD. Review of: The Geometry of Ecological Interactions: Simplifying Spatial Complexity Eds. U. Dieckmann, R. Law and J.A.J. Metz., Cambridge Studies in Adaptive Dynamics. 2000, 564 pp. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.
11. Baldocchi, D.D. 2001. Carbon and energy: terrestrial stores and fluxes. Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, H. Mooney and P. Canadell. (eds) John Wiley.
10. Gu, L., Baldocchi, D. Kiang, N. 2000. FLUXNET evaluates 'breathing patterns' of diverse ecosystems EOS, 81,565.
9. Valentini, R., D.D. Baldocchi, R. Olson. 1999. FLUXNET: a challenge that is becoming a reality. Global Change Newsletter., vol 37.
8. Baldocchi, D.D. 1997. Key word entries on turbulence. The Encyclopedia of Ecology and Environmental Management. Blackwell Scientific Publications.
7. Valentini, R. D.D. Baldocchi, S. Running. 1997. The IGBP-BAHC global flux network initiative (FLUXNET): current status and perspectives. Global Change Newsletter. 28, 14-16.
6. Baldocchi. DD. 1996. Review of Amazonian Deforestation and Climate. J. Gash et al. Wiley and Sons. In: Boundary Layer Meteorology.
5. Baldocchi, D.D. 1996. Review of: Climate near the Ground. R.Geiger, Todhunter and Aronson. In: Climate Change.
4. Baldocchi, D.D. Review of: Agricultural Ecosystem Effects on Trace Gases and Global Climate Change. eds. L.A. Harper, A.R. Mosier, J.M. Duxbury and D.E. Rolston. American Society of Agronomy. Madison, WI. 1993. 206 pp.
3. Baldocchi, D.D. Review of Calder, I.R. 1991. Evaporation in the Uplands. John Wiley and Sons. Chichester, UK. 148 pp. In: Agric. Water Mgt. 20:83-84.
2. Baldocchi, D.D. 1991. Review of Dixon, R.K., R.S. Meldahl, G.A. Ruark and W.G. Warren. (eds). Modeling of Forest Growth Responses to Environmental Stress. Timber Press. Portland, OR 441 pp. In: Bulletin of American Meteorological Society. 72: 525-526.
1. Baldocchi, D.D. 1989. Review of K.Y. Kondratyev. 1988. Climate Shocks: Natural and Anthropogenic. Wiley-Interscience. In: Journal of Environmental Quality. 18: 556.
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