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

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2014
Greene S, Anthony KMWalter, Archer D, Sepulveda-Jauregui A, Martinez-Cruz K.  2014.  Modeling the impediment of methane ebullition bubbles by seasonal lake ice. 11(23):6791-6811.
Wullschleger S.D, Epstein H.E, Box E.O, Euskirchen ES, Goswami S., Iversen C.M, Kattge J., Norby R.J, van Bodegom P.M, Xu X.F.  2014.  Plant functional types in Earth system models: past experiences and future directions for application of dynamic vegetation models in high-latitude ecosystems. Annals of BotanyAnnals of BotanyAnnals of Botany. 114:1-16.
Zimov S., Zimov N..  2014.  Role of Megafauna and Frozen Soil in the Atmospheric CH4 Dynamics. Plos OnePlos OnePlos One. 9
Anthony KMWalter, Zimov SA, Grosse G, Jones MC, Anthony PM, F III SChapin, Finlay JC, Mack MC, Davydov S, Frenzel P.  2014.  A shift of thermokarst lakes from carbon sources to sinks during the Holocene epoch. 511(7510):452.
Cory R.M, Ward C.P, Crump B.C, Kling G.W.  2014.  Sunlight controls water column processing of carbon in arctic fresh waters. ScienceScienceScience. 345:925-928.
Shaver GR, Laundre JA, M Bret-Harte S, F III SChapin, Mercado-Díaz JA, Giblin AE, Gough L, Gould WA, Hobbie SE, Kling GW.  2014.  Terrestrial ecosystems at Toolik Lake, Alaska. Alaska's Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences for Tundra, Streams, and LakesAlaska's Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences for Tundra, Streams, and Lakes. :90.
Miller BLloyd.  2014.  Terrestrial-aquatic transfers of carbon dioxide, methane, and organic carbon from riparian wetlands to an arctic headwater stream.. MS:84.
Heskel M.A, Greaves H.E, Turnbull M.H, O'Sullivan O.S, Shaver GR, Griffin K.L, Atkin O.K.  2014.  Thermal acclimation of shoot respiration in an Arctic woody plant species subjected to 22 years of warming and altered nutrient supply. Global Change BiologyGlobal Change Biology. 20:2618-2630.
2015
Muskett RR, Romanovsky VE, Cable WL, Kholodov AL.  2015.  Active-Layer soil moisture content regional variations in alaska and russia by ground-based and satellite-based methods, 2002 through 2014. 6(01):12.
Daniels WC, Kling GW, Giblin AE.  2015.  Benthic community metabolism in deep and shallow Arctic lakes during 13 years of whole–lake fertilization. 60(5):1604-1618.
Schuur EAG, A McGuire D, Schädel C, Grosse G, Harden JW, Hayes DJ, Hugelius G, Koven CD, Kuhry P, Lawrence DM.  2015.  Climate change and the permafrost carbon feedback. 520(7546):171.
Cory RM, Harrold KH, Neilson BT, Kling GW.  2015.  Controls on dissolved organic matter (DOM) degradation in a headwater stream: the influence of photochemical and hydrological conditions in determining light-limitation or substrate-limitation of photo-degradation. 12(22):6669-6685.
Lindgren PR, Grosse G, Anthony KM, Meyer FJ.  2015.  Detecting methane ebullition on thermokarst lake ice using high resolution optical aerial imagery.. 12(10)
Rastetter EB, Vallino JJ.  2015.  Ecosystem’s 80th and the Reemergence of Emergence. 18(5):735-739.
Raleigh MS, Lundquist JD, Clark MP.  2015.  Exploring the impact of forcing error characteristics on physically based snow simulations within a global sensitivity analysis framework. 19(7):3153-3179.
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.
Martinez-Cruz K, Sepulveda-Jauregui A, K Anthony W, Thalasso F.  2015.  Geographic and seasonal variation of dissolved methane and aerobic methane oxidation in Alaskan lakes. 12(15)
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.
André C, Ottlé C, Royer A, Maignan F.  2015.  Land surface temperature retrieval over circumpolar Arctic using SSM/I–SSMIS and MODIS data. 162:1-10.
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.
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.
Tan Z, Zhuang Q, Anthony KWalter.  2015.  Modeling methane emissions from arctic lakes: Model development and site‐level study. 7(2):459-483.
McGraw JB, Turner JB, Souther S, Bennington CC, Vavrek MC, Shaver GR, Fetcher N.  2015.  Northward displacement of optimal climate conditions for ecotypes of Eriophorum vaginatum L. across a latitudinal gradient in Alaska. 21(10):3827-3835.
Pearce A.R, Rastetter E.B, Kwiatkowski B.L, Bowden W.B, Mack M.C, Jiang Y..  2015.  Recovery of arctic tundra from thermal erosion disturbance is constrained by nutrient accumulation: a modeling analysis. Ecological Applications. 25(5):1271-1289.
Vonk JE, Tank SE, Bowden WB, Laurion I, Vincent WF, Alekseychik P, Amyot M, Billet MF, Canario J, Cory RM.  2015.  Reviews and syntheses: Effects of permafrost thaw on Arctic aquatic ecosystems. 12(23):7129-7167.

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