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

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Luus KA, Commane R, Parazoo NC, Benmergui J, Euskirchen ES, Frankenberg C, Joiner J, Lindaas J, Miller CE, Oechel WC.  2017.  Tundra photosynthesis captured by satellite‐observed solar‐induced chlorophyll fluorescence. 44(3):1564-1573.
Loranty M.M, Goetz S.J, Rastetter E.B, Rocha A.V, Shaver GR, Humphreys E.R, Lafleur P.M.  2011.  Scaling an Instantaneous Model of Tundra NEE to the Arctic Landscape. EcosystemsEcosystemsEcosystems. 14:76-93.
Liu Y, Wang Z, Sun Q, Erb AM, Li Z, Schaaf CB, Zhang X, Román MO, Scott RL, Zhang Q.  2017.  Evaluation of the VIIRS BRDF, Albedo and NBAR products suite and an assessment of continuity with the long term MODIS record. 201:256-274.
Lindgren PR.  2016.  Remote sensing of lake dynamics in Alaska.
Lindgren R, Grosse G, Anthony KMWalter, Meyer F.  2016.  Detection and spatiotemporal analysis of methane ebullition on thermokarst lake ice using high-resolution optical aerial imagery. 13:27-44.
Lindgren PR, Grosse G, Anthony KM, Meyer FJ.  2015.  Detecting methane ebullition on thermokarst lake ice using high resolution optical aerial imagery.. 12(10)
Liljedahl AK, Boike J, Daanen RP, Fedorov AN, Frost GV, Grosse G, Hinzman LD, Iijma Y, Jorgenson JC, Matveyeva N.  2016.  Pan-Arctic ice-wedge degradation in warming permafrost and its influence on tundra hydrology. 9(4):312.
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.
Lee O, Eicken H, Kling G, Lee C.  2015.  A framework for prioritization, design and coordination of Arctic Long-term Observing Networks: A perspective from the US SEARCH Program. 68(5):76-88.
Laundre A, Shaver GR.  Submitted.  Laura Gough, Neil D. Bettez, Karie A. Slavik, William B. Bowden, Anne E. Giblin, George W. Kling, James.
Lara M.J., McGuire A.D, Euskirchen ES, Tweedie C.E, Hinkel K., Skurikhin A, Romanovsky V.E, Grosse G., Bolton W., Genet H..  0.  Century time-scale change in peak growing season CO2 and CH4 flux in response to change in ice-wedge polygonal tundra, on the Barrow Peninsula in Arctic Alaska.. Global Change BiologyGlobal Change Biology.
Langer M., Westerman S., Anthony K.MWalter, Wischnewski K., Boike J..  2014.  Frozen ponds- production and storage of methane during the arctic winter. Biogeosciences Discuss.Biogeosciences Discuss.. 11
Lang S.I, Cornelissen J.HC, Shaver GR, Ahrens M., Callaghan T.V, Molau U., Braak C.JFTer, Holzer A., Aerts R..  2012.  Arctic warming on two continents has consistent negative effects on lichen diversity and mixed effects on bryophyte diversity. Global Change BiologyGlobal Change Biology. 18:1096-1107.
Kushida K, Hobara S, Tsuyuzaki S, Kim Y, Watanabe M, Setiawan Y, Harada K, Shaver GR, Fukuda M.  2015.  Spectral indices for remote sensing of phytomass, deciduous shrubs, and productivity in Alaskan Arctic tundra. 36(17):4344-4362.
Kovach IM, Qian N, Bencsura A.  1994.  Efficient product clearance through exit channels in substrate hydrolysis by acetylcholinesterase. 349(1):60-64.
Kobayashi H, Yunus AP, Nagai S, Sugiura K, Kim Y, Van Dam B, Nagano H, Zona D, Harazono Y, M Bret-Harte S.  2016.  Latitudinal gradient of spruce forest understory and tundra phenology in Alaska as observed from satellite and ground-based data. 177:160-170.
Knox SH, Jackson RB, Poulter B, McNicol G, Fluet-Chouenard E, Zhang Z, Hugelius G, Bousquet P, Canadell JG, Saunois M et al..  Submitted.  FLUXNET-CH4 Synthesis Activity: Objectives, Observations, and Future Directions. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.
Knapp A.K, Smith M.D, Hobbie S.E, Collins S.L, Fahey T.J, Hansen G.JA, Landis D.A, La Pierre K.J, Melillo J.M, Seastedt T.R et al..  2012.  Past, Present, and Future Roles of Long-Term Experiments in the LTER Network. BioscienceBioscienceBioscience. 62:377-389.
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.
Kholodov AL, Natali S, Loranty MM, Romanovsky VE.  2016.  Mechanisms of vegetation protective effect on thermal state of permafrost in Alaska..
Keller K., Blum J.D, Kling G.W.  2010.  Stream geochemistry as an indicator of increasing permafrost thaw depth in an arctic watershed. Chemical GeologyChemical GeologyChemical Geology. 273:76-81.
Kaverin DA, Melnichuk EB, Shiklomanov NI, Kakunov NB, Pastukhov AV, Shiklomanov AN.  2018.  Long‐term changes in the ground thermal regime of an artificially drained thaw‐lake basin in the Russian European north. 29(1):49-59.
Karjalainen O, Aalto J, Luoto M, Westermann S, Romanovsky VE, Nelson FE, Etzelmüller B, Hjort J.  2019.  Circumpolar permafrost maps and geohazard indices for near-future infrastructure risk assessments. 6:190037.
Kade A, M Bret‐Harte S, Euskirchen ES, Edgar C, Fulweber RA.  2012.  Upscaling of CO2 fluxes from heterogeneous tundra plant communities in Arctic Alaska. 117(G4)