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Agriculture and Climate

1. Lobell, D.B., Schlenker, W. and Costa-Roberts, J., 2011. Climate trends and global crop production since 1980. Science, 333(6042): 616-20.

2. Lobell, D.B. and Gourdji, S.M., 2012. The influence of climate change on global crop productivity. Plant Physiology, 160(4): 1686-97.

3. Foley, J.A. et al., 2011. Solutions for a cultivated planet. Nature, 478(7369): 337-42.

4. Rosenzweig, C. and Parry, M.L., 1994. POTENTIAL IMPACT OF CLIMATE-CHANGE ON WORLD FOOD-SUPPLY. Nature, 367(6459): 133-138.


1. Bolin, B. and H. Rodhe. 1973. Note on Concepts of Age Distribution and Transit-Time in Natural Reservoirs. Tellus 25:58-62.

Boundary Layer Micrometeorology

1. Kaimal, J. C., Y. Izumi, J. C. Wyngaard, and R. Cote. 1972. Spectral Characteristics of Surface-Layer Turbulence. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 98:563-&.

2. Hogstrom, U. 1988. Non-Dimensional Wind and Temperature Profiles in the Atmospheric Surface-Layer - a Re-Evaluation. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 42:55-78.

3. Kaimal, J. C. and J. C. Wyngaard. 1990. The Kansas and Minnesota Experiments. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 50:31-47.

4. Wyngaard, J.C., 1992. Atmospheric-Turbulence. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, 24: 205-233.

5. Hogstrom, U. 1996. Review of some basic characteristics of the atmospheric surface layer. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 78:215-246.

6. Foken, T., 2006. 50 Years of the Monin–Obukhov Similarity Theory. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 119(3): 431-447.

7. Wyngaard, J. C. 1990. Scalar Fluxes in the Planetary Boundary-Layer - Theory, Modeling, and Measurement. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 50:49-75.

Canopy Conductance

1. Finnigan, J. J. and M. R. Raupach. 1987. Transfer processes in plant canopies in relation to stomatal characteristics. Pages 385-429 in E. Zeiger, editor. Stomatal Function. Stanford University Press, Palo Alto, CA.

2. Raupach, M.R., 1995. Vegetation-atmosphere interaction and surface conductance at leaf, canopy and regional scales. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 73(3-4): 151-179.

3. Kelliher, F.M., Leuning, R., Raupach, M.R. and Schulze, E.-D., 1995. Maximum conductances for evaporation from global vegetation types. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 73(1-2): 1-16.

Canopy micrometeorology and turbulence

1. Denmead, O. T. and E. F. Bradley. 1987. On Scalar Transport in Plant Canopies. Irrigation Science 8:131-149.

2. Finnigan, J., 2000. Turbulence in Plant Canopies. Annu. Rev. Fluid Mech., 32(1): 519-571.

3. Raupach, M.R. and Thom, A.S., 1981. Turbulence in and above Plant Canopies. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics, 13: 97-129.

4. Raupach, M. R., J. J. Finnigan, and Y. Brunet. 1996. Coherent eddies and turbulence in vegetation canopies: The mixing-layer analogy. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 78:351-382.

CO2 Fluxes, Pioneering Studies

1. Monteith, J. L. and G. Szeicz. 1960. The Carbon-Dioxide Flux over a Field of Sugar Beet. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 86:205-214.

2. Desjardins, R. 1974. Technique to Measure Co2 Exchange under Field Conditions. International Journal of Biometeorology 18:76-83.

3. Anderson, D. E., S. B. Verma, and N. J. Rosenberg. 1984. Eddy-correlation measurements of CO2, latent-heat, and sensible heat fluxes over a crop surface. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 29:263-272.

CO2 Fluxes, syntheses

1. Baldocchi, D.D., 2008. TURNER REVIEW No. 15. 'Breathing' of the terrestrial biosphere: lessons learned from a global network of carbon dioxide flux measurement systems. Australian Journal of Botany 56, 1-26.

2. Beer, C., Reichstein, M., Tomelleri, E., Ciais, P., Jung, M., Carvalhais, N., Rodenbeck, C., Arain, M.A., Baldocchi, D., Bonan, G.B., Bondeau, A., Cescatti, A., Lasslop, G., Lindroth, A., Lomas, M., Luyssaert, S., Margolis, H., Oleson, K.W., Roupsard, O., Veenendaal, E., Viovy, N., Williams, C., Woodward, F.I., Papale, D., 2010. Terrestrial Gross Carbon Dioxide Uptake: Global Distribution and Covariation with Climate. Science 329, 834-838.

3. Luyssaert, S., Inglima, I., Jung, M., Richardson, A.D., Reichsteins, M., Papale, D., Piao, S.L., Schulzes, E.D., Wingate, L., Matteucci, G., Aragao, L., Aubinet, M., Beers, C., Bernhoffer, C., Black, K.G., Bonal, D., Bonnefond, J.M., Chambers, J., Ciais, P., Cook, B., Davis, K.J., Dolman, A.J., Gielen, B., Goulden, M., Grace, J., Granier, A., Grelle, A., Griffis, T., Grunwald, T., Guidolotti, G., Hanson, P.J., Harding, R., Hollinger, D.Y., Hutyra, L.R., Kolar, P., Kruijt, B., Kutsch, W., Lagergren, F., Laurila, T., Law, B.E., Le Maire, G., Lindroth, A., Loustau, D., Malhi, Y., Mateus, J., Migliavacca, M., Misson, L., Montagnani, L., Moncrieff, J., Moors, E., Munger, J.W., Nikinmaa, E., Ollinger, S.V., Pita, G., Rebmann, C., Roupsard, O., Saigusa, N., Sanz, M.J., Seufert, G., Sierra, C., Smith, M.L., Tang, J., Valentini, R., Vesala, T., Janssens, I.A., 2007. CO2 balance of boreal, temperate, and tropical forests derived from a global database. Global Change Biology 13, 2509-2537.

Dry Deposition

1. Wesely, M. L. and B. B. Hicks. 2000. A review of the current status of knowledge on dry deposition. Atmospheric Environment 34:2261-2282.


3. Wesely, M. L. and B. B. Hicks. 2000. A review of the current status of knowledge on dry deposition. Atmospheric Environment 34:2261-2282.

4. Fowler, D., K. Pilegaard, M. A. Sutton, P. Ambus, M. Raivonen, J. Duyzer, D. Simpson, H. Fagerli, S. Fuzzi, J. K. Schjoerring, C. Granier, A. Neftel, I. S. A. Isaksen, P. Laj, M. Maione, P. S. Monks, J. Burkhardt, U. Daemmgen, J. Neirynck, E. Personne, R. Wichink-Kruit, K. Butterbach-Bahl, C. Flechard, J. P. Tuovinen, M. Coyle, G. Gerosa, B. Loubet, N. Altimir, L. Gruenhage, C. Ammann, S. Cieslik, E. Paoletti, T. N. Mikkelsen, H. Ro-Poulsen, P. Cellier, J. N. Cape, L. Horváth, F. Loreto, Ü. Niinemets, P. I. Palmer, J. Rinne, P. Misztal, E. Nemitz, D. Nilsson, S. Pryor, M. W. Gallagher, T. Vesala, U. Skiba, N. Brüggemann, S. Zechmeister-Boltenstern, J. Williams, C. O'Dowd, M. C. Facchini, G. de Leeuw, A. Flossman, N. Chaumerliac, and J. W. Erisman. 2009. Atmospheric composition change: Ecosystems–Atmosphere interactions. Atmospheric Environment 43:5193-5267.


1. Pearcy, R. W. and J. Ehleringer. 1984. Comparative Ecophysiology of C-3 and C-4 Plants. Plant Cell and Environment 7:1-13.

2. Berry, J. and O. Bjorkman. 1980. PHOTOSYNTHETIC RESPONSE AND ADAPTATION TO TEMPERATURE IN HIGHER-PLANTS. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology 31:491-543.

3. Field, C. B. and H. A. Mooney. 1986. The photosynthesis-nitrogen relationship in wild plants. Pages 25-55 in T. J. Givnish, editor. On the economy of plant form and function. Cambridge University Press.

Ecosystem Atmosphere Interactions

1. Watson, A. and J. Lovelock. 1983. Biological homeostasis of the global environment: the parable of Daisyworld. Tellus 35b:286-289.

2. Odum, E. P. 1969. Strategy of Ecosystem Development. Science 164:262-270.

Ecosystem Structure and Function

7. Van Bodegom, P. M., J. C. Douma, J. P. M. Witte, J. C. Ordoñez, R. P. Bartholomeus, and R. Aerts. 2012. Going beyond limitations of plant functional types when predicting global ecosystem-atmosphere fluxes: exploring the merits of traits-based approaches. Global Ecology and Biogeography 21:625-636.

8. Reich, P. B., M. B. Walters, and D. S. Ellsworth. 1997. From tropics to tundra: Global convergence in plant functioning. PNAS 94:13730-13734.

9. Wright, I. J., P. B. Reich, M. Westoby, D. D. Ackerly, Z. Baruch, F. Bongers, J. Cavender-Bares, F. A. Chapin, J. H. C. Cornelissen, M. Diemer, J. Flexas, E. Garnier, P. K. Groom, J. Gulias, K. Hikosaka, B. B. Lamont, T. Lee, W. Lee, C. Lusk, J. J. Midgley, M.-L. Nava, Ü. Niinemets, J. Oleksyn, N. Osada, H. Poorter, P. Poot, L. Prior, V. I. Pyankov, C. Roumet, S. C. Thomas, M. G. Tjoelker, E. J. Veneklaas, and R. Villar. 2004. The worldwide leaf economics spectrum. Nature 428:821-827.

Eddy Covariance Flux measurements

1. Moore, C. J. 1986. Frequency response corrections for eddy covariance systems. Boundary Layer Meteorology 37:17-35.

2. McMillen, R. T. 1988. An Eddy-Correlation Technique with Extended Applicability to Non-Simple Terrain. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 43:231-245.

3. Baldocchi, D. D., B. B. Hicks, and T. P. Meyers. 1988. Measuring biosphere-atmosphere exchanges of biologically related gases with micrometeorological methods. Ecology. 69:1331-1340.

4. Foken, T. and B. Wichura. 1996. Tools for quality assessment of surface-based flux measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 78:83-105.

5. Aubinet, M. et al., 2000. Estimates of the annual net carbon and water exchange of Europeran forests: the EUROFLUX methodology. Advances in Ecological Research, 30: 113-175.

6. Baldocchi, D.D., 2003. Assessing the eddy covariance technique for evaluating carbon dioxide exchange rates of ecosystems:past, present and future. Global Change Biol, 9: 479-492.

7. Lee, X.H., Massman, W.J., 2011. A Perspective on Thirty Years of the Webb, Pearman and Leuning Density Corrections. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 139, 37-59.

Energetics of crop production

1. Monteith, J. L. 1977. Climate and Efficiency of Crop Production in Britain. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 281:277-294.

2. Loomis, R. S. 1971. Agricultural Productivity. Annual Review of Plant Physiology 22:431-&.

3. Lemon, E., D. W. Stewart, and Shawcroft, R.W.. 1971. SUNS WORK IN A CORNFIELD. Science 174:371-&.

Energy Balance Closure

1. Wilson, K., Goldstein, A., Falge, E., Aubinet, M., Baldocchi, D., Berbigier, P., Bernhofer, C., Ceulemans, R., Dolman, H., Field, C., 2002. Energy balance closure at FLUXNET sites. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 113, 223-243.

2. Foken, T. 2008. The energy balance closure problem: An overview. Ecological Applications 18:1351-1367.

3. Leuning, R., van Gorsel, E., Massman, W.J., Isaac, P.R., 2012. Reflections on the surface energy imbalance problem. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 156, 65-74.


1. Monteith, J. L. 1965. Evaporation and Environment. Pages 205-234 Symposium Society of Experimental Biology XIX.

2. Monteith, J. L. 1981. Evaporation and Surface-Temperature. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 107:1-27.

3. Jarvis, P.G. and McNaughton, K.G., 1986. Stomatal Control of Transpiration - Scaling up from Leaf to Region. Advances in Ecological Research, 15: 1-49.

4. Raupach, M.R., 2001. Combination theory and equilibrium evaporation. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 127(574): 1149-1181.

5. Shuttleworth, W.J., 2007. Putting the 'vap' into evaporation. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11, 210-244.

6. Katul, G. G., R. Oren, S. Manzoni, C. Higgins, and M. B. Parlange. 2012. Evapotranspiration: A process driving mass transport and energy exchange in the soil-plant-atmosphere-climate system. Reviews of Geophysics 50.

Flux Footprint

1. Schmid, H. P. 2002. Footprint modeling for vegetation atmosphere exchange studies: a review and perspective. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 113:159-183.

2. Vesala, T., U. Rannik, M. Leclerc, T. Foken, and K. Sabelfeld. 2004. Flux and concentration footprints. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 127:111-116.

3. Hsieh, C. I. and G. Katul. 2009. The Lagrangian stochastic model for estimating footprint and water vapor fluxes over inhomogeneous surfaces. International Journal of Biometeorology 53:87-100.

Flux Processing, Partitioning and Gap filling

1. Falge, E., D. Baldocchi, R. Olson, P. Anthoni, M. Aubinet, C. Bernhofer, G. Burba, R. Ceulemans, R. Clement, and H. Dolman. 2001. Gap filling strategies for long term energy flux data sets. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 107:71-77.

2. Reichstein, M., Falge, E., Baldocchi, D., Papale, D., Aubinet, M., Berbigier, P., Bernhofer, C., Buchmann, N., Gilmanov, T., Granier, A., Grunwald, T., Havrankova, K., Ilvesniemi, H., Janous, D., Knohl, A., Laurila, T., Lohila, A., Loustau, D., Matteucci, G., Meyers, T., Miglietta, F., Ourcival, J.-M., Pumpanen, J., Rambal, S., Rotenberg, E., Sanz, M., Tenhunen, J., Seufert, G., Vaccari, F., Vesala, T., Yakir, D., Valentini, R., 2005. On the separation of net ecosystem exchange into assimilation and ecosystem respiration: review and improved algorithm. Global Change Biology 11, 1424-1429.

3. Moffat, A.M., Papale, D., Reichstein, M., Hollinger, D.Y., Richardson, A.D., Barr, A.G., Beckstein, C., Braswell, B.H., Churkina, G., Desai, A.R., Falge, E., Gove, J.H., Heimann, M., Hui, D., Jarvis, A.J., Kattge, J., Noormets, A., Stauch, V.J., 2007. Comprehensive comparison of gap-filling techniques for eddy covariance net carbon fluxes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 147, 209-232.

Gross Primary Production from Remote Sensing, Regional and Global Upscaling

1. Running, S. W., D. D. Baldocchi, D. Turner, S. T. Gower, P. Bakwin, and K. Hibbard (1999), A global terrestrial monitoring network, scaling tower fluxes with ecosystem modeling and EOS satellite data, Remote Sensing of the Environment., 70, 108-127.

2. Anav, A., P. Friedlingstein, C. Beer, P. Ciais, A. Harper, C. Jones, G. Murray-Tortarolo, D. Papale, N. C. Parazoo, P. Peylin, S. Piao, S. Sitch, N. Viovy, A. Wiltshire, and M. Zhao. 2015. Spatiotemporal patterns of terrestrial gross primary production: A review. Reviews of Geophysics: doi 10.1002/2015RG000483.

3. Xiao, X., C. Jin, and J. Dong. 2014. Gross Primary Production of Terrestrial Vegetation. Pages 127-148 in J. M. Hanes, editor. Biophysical Applications of Satellite Remote Sensing. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

4. Beer, C., Reichstein, M., Tomelleri, E., Ciais, P., Jung, M., Carvalhais, N., Rodenbeck, C., Arain, M.A., Baldocchi, D., Bonan, G.B., Bondeau, A., Cescatti, A., Lasslop, G., Lindroth, A., Lomas, M., Luyssaert, S., Margolis, H., Oleson, K.W., Roupsard, O., Veenendaal, E., Viovy, N., Williams, C., Woodward, F.I., Papale, D., 2010. Terrestrial Gross Carbon Dioxide Uptake: Global Distribution and Covariation with Climate. Science 329, 834-838.

Hyperspectral remote sensing and surface Fluxes

1. Gamon, J. A., et al. (2011), SpecNet revisited: bridging flux and remote sensing communities, Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 36, S376-S390.

2. Ustin, S. L., D. A. Roberts, J. A. Gamon, G. P. Asner, and R. O. Green. 2004. Using imaging spectroscopy to study ecosystem processes and properties. Bioscience 54:523-534.

3. Porcar-Castell, A., E. Tyystjarvi, J. Atherton, C. van der Tol, J. Flexas, E. E. Pfundel, J. Moreno, C. Frankenberg, and J. A. Berry. 2014. Linking chlorophyll a fluorescence to photosynthesis for remote sensing applications: mechanisms and challenges. Journal of Experimental Botany 65:4065-4095.


1. Wyngaard, J. C. 1981. Cup, Propeller, Vane, and Sonic Anemometers in Turbulence Research. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics 13:399-423.

2. Werle, P., F. Slemr, K. Maurer, R. Kormann, R. Mücke, and B. Jänker. 2002. Near- and mid-infrared laser-optical sensors for gas analysis. Optics and Lasers in Engineering 37:101-114.

3. Long, S. P., P. K. Farage, and R. L. Garcia. 1996. Measurement of leaf and canopy photosynthetic CO2 exchange in the field. Journal of Experimental Botany 47:1629-1642.

Land-Atmosphere-Climate Interactions

1. Dickinson, R. E. 1983. Land surface processes and climate-surface albedos and energy balance. Advances in Geophysics 25:305-353.

2. Sellers, P.J. et al., 1997. Modeling the exchanges of energy, water, and carbon between continents and the atmosphere. Science, 275(5299): 502-509.

3. Bonan, G. B., K. W. Oleson, M. Vertenstein, S. Levis, X. B. Zeng, Y. J. Dai, R. E. Dickinson, and Z. L. Yang. 2002. The land surface climatology of the community land model coupled to the NCAR community climate model. Journal of Climate 15:3123-3149.

4. Bonan, G. B. 2008. Forests and climate change: forcings, feedbacks, and the climate benefits of forests. Science 320:1444-1449.

5. Jackson, R. B., J. T. Randerson, J. G. Canadell, R. G. Anderson, R. Avissar, D. D. Baldocchi, G. B. Bonan, K. Caldeira, N. S. Diffenbaugh, C. B. Field, B. A. Hungate, E. G. Jobb

6. Foley, J. A., R. DeFries, G. P. Asner, C. Barford, G. Bonan, S. R. Carpenter, F. S. Chapin, M. T. Coe, G. C. Daily, H. K. Gibbs, J. H. Helkowski, T. Holloway, E. A. Howard, C. J. Kucharik, C. Monfreda, J. A. Patz, I. C. Prentice, N. Ramankutty, and P. K. Snyder. 2005. Global consequences of land use. Science 309:570-574.

Leaf Area Index and Canopy Structure

1. Wilson, J. W. 1965. Stand Structure and Light Penetration. I. Analysis by Point Quadrats. Journal of Applied Ecology 2:383-390.

2. Lang, A. R. G. 1987. Simplified estimate of leaf area index from transmittance of the sun's beam. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 41:179-186.

3. Chen, J.M., 1996. Optically-based methods for measuring seasonal variation of leaf area index in boreal conifer stands. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 80(2-4): 135-163.

4. Lefsky, M. A., W. B. Cohen, G. Parker, and D. J. Harding. 2002. Lidar remote sensing for ecosystem studies. Bioscience 52:19-30.

5. Jonckheere, I. et al., 2004. Review of methods for in situ leaf area index determination: Part I. Theories, sensors and hemispherical photography. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 121(1-2): 19-35.

6. Ryu, Y., Sonnentag, O., Nilson, T., Vargas, R., Kobayashi, H., Wenk, R., Baldocchi, D.D., 2010. How to quantify tree leaf area index in an open savanna ecosystem: A multi-instrument and multi-model approach. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150, 63-76.

Leaf Boundary Layers

1. Leuning, R. 1983. Transport of Gases into Leaves. Plant Cell and Environment 6:181-194

2. Schuepp, P., 1993. Tansley Review No. 59. Leaf Boundary Layers. New Phytologist 125, 477-507.

Leaf Energy Balance

1. Paw U, K. T. and W. Gao. 1988. Applications of solutions to non-linear energy budget equations. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 43:121-145.

2. Leuning, R. 1989. Leaf Energy Balances - Developments and Applications. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 324:191-206.

Leaf photosynthesis/transpiration/stomatal conductance models

1. Jarvis, P. G. 1976. Interpretation of Variations in Leaf Water Potential and Stomatal Conductance Found in Canopies in Field. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 273:593-610.

2. Farquhar, G. D., S. V. Caemmerer, and J. A. Berry. 1980. A Biochemical-Model of Photosynthetic Co2 Assimilation in Leaves of C-3 Species. Planta 149:78-90.

3. Farquhar, G.D. and Sharkey, T.D., 1982. Stomatal Conductance and Photosynthesis. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology, 33: 317-345.

4. Collatz, G.J., Ball, J.T., Grivet, C. and Berry, J.A., 1991. Physiological and environmental regulation of stomatal conductance, photosynthesis and transpiration: a model that includes a laminar boundary layer. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 54(2-4): 107-136.

5. Leuning, R., 1995. A Critical-Appraisal of a Combined Stomatal-Photosynthesis Model for C-3 Plants. Plant Cell and Environment, 18(4): 339-355.

Leaf-Canopy Modeling, Carbon, Water and Heat Fluxes and Microclimate

1. DeWit, C. T. 1965. Photosynthesis of leaf canopies. Centre for Agricultural Publications and Documentation.

2. Duncan, W. G., R. S. Loomis, W. A. Williams, and R. Hanau. 1967. A Model for Simulating Photosynthesis in Plant Communities. Hilgardia 38:181-&.

3. Sinclair, T. R., C. E. Murphy, and K. R. Knoerr. 1976. Development and Evaluation of Simplified Models for Simulating Canopy Photosynthesis and Transpiration. Journal of Applied Ecology 13:813-829.

4. Goudriaan, J. 1977. Crop micrometeorology: a simulation study.

5. Norman, J.M., 1979. Modeling the complete crop canopy. In: B.J. Barfield and J.F. Gerber (Editor), Modification of the aerial environment of plants. , American Society of Agricultural Engineering, St. Joseph, MI, pp. 249

6. Raupach, M.R. and Finnigan, J.J., 1988. Single-Layer Models of Evaporation from Plant Canopies Are Incorrect but Useful, Whereas Multilayer Models Are Correct but Useless - Discuss. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology, 15(6): 705-716.

7. Baldocchi, D. D. and P. C. Harley. 1995. Scaling carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange from leaf to canopy in a deciduous forest: model testing and application. Plant, Cell and Environment 8:1157-1173.

8. dePury, D. G. G. and G. D. Farquhar. 1997. Simple scaling of photosynthesis from leaves to canopies without the errors of big-leaf models. Plant Cell and Environment 20:537-557.

9. Amthor, J. S. 1994. Scaling Co2-Photosynthesis Relationships from the Leaf to the Canopy. Photosynthesis research 39:321-350.


1. Cicerone, R.J. and Oremland, R.S., 1988. Biogeochemical aspects of atmospheric methane. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 2: 299-327.

2. Conrad, R., 1989. Control of methane production in terrestrial ecosystems. In: M.O. Andreae and D.S. Schimel (Editors), Exchange of Trace Gases between Terrestrial Ecosystems and the Atmosphere. Wiley, Chichester, UK, pp. 39-58.

3. Conrad, R., 1996. Soil microorganisms as controllers of atmospheric trace gases (H-2, CO, CH4, OCS, N2O, and NO). Microbiological Reviews, 60(4): 609-+.

4. Whalen, S.C., 2005. Biogeochemistry of Methane Exchange between Natural Wetlands and the Atmosphere. Environmental Engineering Science, 22(1): 73-94.

5. Bridgham, S. D., H. Cadillo-Quiroz, J. K. Keller, and Q. L. Zhuang. 2013. Methane emissions from wetlands: biogeochemical, microbial, and modeling perspectives from local to global scales. Global Change Biology 19:1325-1346.


1. Richardson, A. D., T. F. Keenan, M. Migliavacca, Y. Ryu, O. Sonnentag, and M. Toomey. 2013. Climate change, phenology, and phenological control of vegetation feedbacks to the climate system. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 169:156-173.

2. Kramer, K., I. Leinonen, and D. Loustau. 2000. The importance of phenology for the evaluation of impact of climate change on growth of boreal, temperate and Mediterranean ecosystems, an overview. International Journal of Biometeorology 44:67-75.

3. Menzel, A., T. H. Sparks, N. Estrella, E. Koch, A. Aasa, R. Ahas, K. Alm-KÜBler, P. Bissolli, O. G. BraslavskÁ, A. Briede, F. M. Chmielewski, Z. Crepinsek, Y. Curnel, Å. Dahl, C. Defila, A. Donnelly, Y. Filella, K. Jatczak, F. MÅGe, A. Mestre, Ø. Nordli, J. PeÑUelas, P. Pirinen, V. RemiŠOvÁ, H. Scheifinger, M. Striz, A. Susnik, A. J. H. Van Vliet, F.-E. Wielgolaski, S. Zach, and A. N. A. Zust. 2006. European phenological response to climate change matches the warming pattern. Global Change Biology 12:1969-1976.

Planetary Boundary Layer and Surface Flux Feedbacks

1. McNaughton, K.G. and Spriggs, T.W., 1986. A Mixed-Layer Model for Regional Evaporation. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 34(3): 243-262.

2. Raupach, M.R., 1998. Influences of local feedbacks on land-air exchanges of energy and carbon. Global Change Biology, 4(5): 477-494.

3. Juang, J.-Y., G. Katul, M. Siqueira, P. Stoy, and K. Novick. 2007. Separating the effects of albedo from eco-physiological changes on surface temperature along a successional chronosequence in the southeastern United States. Geophysical Research Letters 34.

4. van Heerwaarden, C. C., J. Vilà-Guerau de Arellano, A. F. Moene, and A. A. M. Holtslag. 2009. Interactions between dry-air entrainment, surface evaporation and convective boundary-layer development. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 135:1277-1291.

5. Juang, J. Y., G. G. Katul, A. Porporato, P. C. Stoy, M. S. Siqueira, M. Detto, H. S. Kim, and R. Oren. 2007. Eco-hydrological controls on summertime convective rainfall triggers. Global Change Biology 13:887-896.

6. Juang, J. Y., G. G. Katul, A. Porporato, P. C. Stoy, M. S. Siqueira, M. Detto, H. S. Kim, and R. Oren. 2007. Eco-hydrological controls on summertime convective rainfall triggers. Global Change Biology 13:887-896.

Radiative Transfer in vegetation (Phytoactinometry)

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