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

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Ueyama M, Iwata H, Harazono Y, Euskirchen ES, Oechel WC, Xona D.  2013.  Growing season and spatial variations of carbon fluxes of Arctic and boreal ecosystems in Alaska (USA). Ecological Applications. 23(8):1798-1816.
Bennington C.C, Fetcher N., Vavrek M.C, Shaver GR, Cummings K.J, McGraw J.B.  2012.  Home site advantage in two long-lived arctic plant species: results from two 30-year reciprocal transplant studies. Journal of EcologyJournal of Ecology. 100:841-851.
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. Journal of Geophysical Research: BiogeosciencesJournal of Geophysical Research: BiogeosciencesJ. Geophys. Res. Biogeosci.. 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.
Kling GW, Adams HE, Bettez ND, Bowden WB, Crump BC, Giblin AE, Judd KE, Keller K, Kipphut GW, Rastetter ER.  2014.  LandÔÇôWater Interactions. Alaska's Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences for Tundra, Streams, and LakesAlaska's Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences for Tundra, Streams, and Lakes. :143.
Martinez-Cruz K., Sepulveda-Jauregui A., Anthony K.MWalter, Thalasso F..  0.  Latitudinal and seasonal variation of aerobic methane oxidation in Alaskan lakes. Global Change BiologyGlobal Change Biology.
Laundre A, Shaver GR.  Submitted.  Laura Gough, Neil D. Bettez, Karie A. Slavik, William B. Bowden, Anne E. Giblin, George W. Kling, James.
Diaz S., Quetier F., Caceres D.M, Trainor S.F, Perez-Harguindeguy N., Bret-Harte MS, Finegan B., Pena-Claros M., Poorter L..  2011.  Linking functional diversity and social actor strategies in a framework for interdisciplinary analysis of nature's benefits to society. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of AmericaProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of AmericaProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108:895-902.
DeMarco J., Mack M.C, Bret-Harte MS, Burton M., Shaver GR.  2014.  Long-term experimental warming and nutrient additions increase productivity in tall deciduous shrub tundra. EcosphereEcosphereEcosphere. 5
Euskirchen ES, Bret-Harte MS, Shaver GR, Edgar C.W, Romanovsky V.E.  2016.  Long-Term Release of Carbon Dioxide from Arctic Tundra Ecosystems in Alaska. :1-15.
Sistla S.A, Moore J.C, Simpson R.T, Gough L., Shaver GR, Schimel J.P.  2013.  Long-term warming restructures Arctic tundra without changing net soil carbon storage. NatureNatureNature. 497:615-+.
Zimov S.A, Zimov N.S, Tikhonov A.N, Chapin F.S.  2012.  Mammoth steppe: a high-productivity phenomenon. Quaternary Science Reviews. 57:26-45.
Sepulveda-Jauregui A., Anthony K.MWalter, Martinez-Cruz K., Greene S., Thalasso F..  2015.  Methane and carbon dioxide emissions from 42 lakes along a north-south latitudinal transect in Alaska.. Biogeosciences Discuss. 12:3197-3223.
Anthony K.MWalter, Daanen R, Anthony P, von Deimling TSchneider, Ping C-L, Chanton JP, Grosse G.  2016.  Methane emissions proportional to permafrost carbon thawed in Arctic lakes since the 1950s.
Lenz J, Grosse G, Jones BM, Anthony K.MWalter, Katey M, Bobrov A, Wulf S, Wetterich S.  2016.  Mid‐Wisconsin to Holocene Permafrost and Landscape Dynamics based on a Drained Lake Basin Core from the Northern Seward Peninsula, Northwest Alaska. 27(1):56-75.
Jiang Y, Rastetter EB, Rocha AV, Pearce AR, Kwiatkowski BL, Shaver G.R.  2015.  Modeling carbon–nutrient interactions during the early recovery of tundra after fire. Ecological Applications. 25(6):1640-1652.
Rastetter EB.  Submitted.  Modeling for Understanding v. Modeling for Numbers. :1-7.
Jiang Y, Rastetter EB, Shaver GR, Rocha AV, Zhuang Q, Kwiatkowski BL.  2016.  Modeling long-term changes in tundra carbon balance following wildfire, climate change, and potential nutrient addition. Ecological ApplicationsEcol Appl. :n/a-n/a.
Tan Z., Zhuang Q.L, Anthony K.MWalter.  0.  Modeling methane emissions from Arctic lakes: Model development and site-level study.. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth SystemsJournal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems.
Genet H., McGuire A.D, Barrett K., Breen A., Euskirchen ES, Johnstone J.F, Kasischke E.S, Melvin A.M, Bennett A., Mack M.C et al..  2013.  Modeling the effects of fire severity and climate warming on active layer thickness and soil carbon storage of black spruce forests across the landscape in interior Alaska. Environmental Research LettersEnvironmental Research LettersEnvironmental Research Letters. 8
Greene S., Anthony K.MWalter, Archer D., Sepulveda-Jauregui A., Martinez-Cruz K..  2014.  Modeling the impediment of methane ebullition bubbles by seasonal lake ice. Biogeosciences Discuss.Biogeosciences Discuss.. 11:10863-10916.

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