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

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Abbott BW, Jones JB, Schuur EAG, F III SChapin, Bowden WB, M Bret-Harte S, Epstein HE, Flannigan MD, Harms TK, Hollingsworth TN.  2016.  Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment. 11(3):034014.
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.
Alexeev VA, Euskirchen ES, Cherry JE, Busey RC.  2015.  Tundra burning in 2007–Did sea ice retreat matter? 9(2):185-195.
Anthony K.MWalter, Zimov S.A, Grosse G., Jones M.C, Anthony P.M, III F.SChapin, Finlay J.C, Mack M.C, Davydov S., Frenzel P. et al..  2014.  A shift of thermokarst lakes from carbon sources to sinks during the Holocene epoch. Nature. 511(7510):452-456.
Anthony K.MWalter, MacIntyre S.  2016.  Biogeochemistry: Nocturnal escape route for marsh gas. 535:363-365.
Anthony K.MWalter, Anthony P., Grosse G., Chanton J..  2012.  Geologic methane seeps along boundaries of Arctic permafrost thaw and melting glaciers. Nature GeoscienceNature GeoscienceNature Geoscience. 5:419-426.
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.
Anthony K.MWalter, Anthony P..  2013.  Constraining spatial variability of methane ebullition seeps in thermokarst lakes using point process models. Journal of Geophysical Research-BiogeosciencesJournal of Geophysical Research-BiogeosciencesJournal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences. 118:1015-1034.
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Barrett K., Rocha A., van de Weg M.J, Shaver G..  2012.  Vegetation shifts observed in arctic tundra 17 years after fire. Remote Sensing LettersRemote Sensing LettersRemote Sensing Letters. 3:729-736.
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.
Boelman N.T, Rocha A.V, Shaver GR.  2011.  Understanding burn severity sensing in Arctic tundra: exploring vegetation indices, suboptimal assessment timing and the impact of increasing pixel size. International Journal of Remote SensingInternational Journal of Remote Sensing. 32:7033-7056.
Bret-Harte MS, Mack M.C, Shaver GR, Huebner D.C, Johnston M., Mojica C.A, Pizano C., Reiskind J.A.  2013.  The response of Arctic vegetation and soils following an unusually severe tundra fire. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological SciencesPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological SciencesPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 368
Bret-Harte BWAbbott a, Mack andHoward EE, Vonk andADavid Mc, Yves andKimberly P, Yihua Band Kevin, J Cand Christ, C HCCornelis, G Fand Bruce, Gustaf Gand Laura, Gerhard Hand Elchin et al..  2016.  Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: anexpert assessment. Environmental Research Letters. 11(3):034014.
Brosius L.S, Anthony K.MWalter, Grosse G., Chanton J.P, Farquharson L.M, Overduin P.P, Meyer H..  2012.  Using the deuterium isotope composition of permafrost meltwater to constrain thermokarst lake contributions to atmospheric CH4 during the last deglaciation. Journal of Geophysical Research-BiogeosciencesJournal of Geophysical Research-BiogeosciencesJournal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences. 117
Brzostek E.R, Blair J.M, Dukes J.S, Frey S.D, Hobbie S.E, Melillo J.M, Mitchell R.J, Pendall E., Reich P.B, Shaver GR et al..  2012.  The effect of experimental warming and precipitation change on proteolytic enzyme activity: positive feedbacks to nitrogen availability are not universal. Global Change BiologyGlobal Change Biology. 18:2617-2625.

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