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

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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)
Fischer R, Walsh JE, Euskirchen ES, Bieniek PA.  2018.  Regional Climate Model Simulation of Surface Moisture Flux Variations in Northern Terrestrial Regions. 8(01)
Ichii K, Ueyama M, Kondo M, Saigusa N, Kim J, Alberto MCarmelita, Ardö J, Euskirchen ES, Kang M, Hirano T.  2017.  New data‐driven estimation of terrestrial CO2 fluxes in Asia using a standardized database of eddy covariance measurements, remote sensing data, and support vector regression. 122(4):767-795.
Xu X, Riley WJ, Koven CD, Billesbach DP, Chang RY-W, Commane R, Euskirchen ES, Hartery S, Harazono Y, Iwata H.  2016.  A multi-scale comparison of modeled and observed seasonal methane emissions in northern wetlands. 13(17)
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.
Walsh JE, Bieniek PA, Brettschneider B, Euskirchen ES, Lader R, Thoman RL.  2017.  The exceptionally warm winter of 2015/16 in Alaska. 30(6):2069-2088.
Cristóbal J, Prakash A, Anderson MC, Kustas WP, Euskirchen ES, Kane DL.  2017.  Estimation of surface energy fluxes in the Arctic tundra using the remote sensing thermal-based Two-Source Energy Balance model. 21(3):1339-1358.
Euskirchen ES, Bennett AP, Breen AL, Genet H, Lindgren MA, Kurkowski TA, A McGuire D, T Rupp S.  2016.  Consequences of changes in vegetation and snow cover for climate feedbacks in Alaska and northwest Canada. 11(10):105003.
Park T, Ganguly S, Tømmervik H, Euskirchen ES, Høgda K-A, Karlsen SRune, Brovkin V, Nemani RR, Myneni RB.  2016.  Changes in growing season duration and productivity of northern vegetation inferred from long-term remote sensing data. 11(8):084001.