AON Bibliography (UAF, MBL and our other project partners)

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Addis CE, M Bret‐Harte S.  In Press.  The importance of secondary growth to plant responses to snow in the arctic. Functional Ecology.
Gonzalez-Valencia R, Magana-Rodriguez F, Gerardo-Nieto O, Sepulveda-Jauregui A, Martinez-Cruz K, Anthony KWalter, Baer D, Thalasso F.  2014.  In situ measurement of dissolved methane and carbon dioxide in freshwater ecosystems by off-axis integrated cavity output spectroscopy. 48(19):11421-11428.
Street L.E, Shaver GR, Rastetter E.B, van Wijk M.T, Kaye B.A, Williams M..  2012.  Incident radiation and the allocation of nitrogen within Arctic plant canopies: implications for predicting gross primary productivity. Global Change BiologyGlobal Change Biology. 18:2838-2852.
Cahoon S.MP, Sullivan P.F, Shaver GR, Welker J.M, Post E..  2012.  Interactions among shrub cover and the soil microclimate may determine future Arctic carbon budgets. Ecology LettersEcology LettersEcology Letters. 15:1415-1422.
Euskirchen ES, Edgar CW, M Bret‐Harte S, Kade A, Zimov N, Zimov S.  2017.  Interannual and Seasonal Patterns of Carbon Dioxide, Water, and Energy Fluxes From Ecotonal and Thermokarst‐Impacted Ecosystems on Carbon‐Rich Permafrost Soils in Northeastern Siberia. 122(10):2651-2668.
De Baets S, van de Weg MJ, Lewis R, Steinberg N, Meersmans J, Quine TA, Shaver GR, Hartley IP.  2016.  Investigating the controls on soil organic matter decomposition in tussock tundra soil and permafrost after fire. 99:108-116.
Adams HE, Crump BC, Kling GW.  2015.  Isolating the effects of storm events on arctic aquatic bacteria: temperature, nutrients, and community composition as controls on bacterial productivity. 6:250.
Potosnak M.J, Baker B.M, LeStourgeon L., Disher S.M, Griffin K.L, Bret-Harte MS, Starr G..  2013.  Isoprene emissions from a tundra ecosystem. BiogeosciencesBiogeosciencesBiogeosciences. 10:871-889.