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Le Quéré C., Peters G.P, Andres R.J, Andrew R.M, Boden TA, Ciais P., Friedlingstein P., Houghton R.A, Marland G., Moriarty R. et al..  2014.  Global carbon budget 2013. Earth System Science Data. 6(1):235-263.
Iversen C, Norby R.  2014.  Global Environmental ChangeTerrestrial Plant Productivity and Carbon Allocation in a Changing Climate. :297-316.
Kang S, Nair SSurendran, Kline KL, Nichols JA, Wang D, Post WM, Brandt CC, Wullschleger SD, Singh N, Wei Y.  2014.  Global simulation of bioenergy crop productivity: analytical framework and case study for switchgrass. GCB Bioenergy. 6(1):14-25.
Williams RS, Marbert BS, Fisk MC, Hanson PJ.  2014.  Ground-Dwelling Beetle Responses to Long-Term Precipitation Alterations in a Hardwood Forest. Southeastern Naturalist. 13(1):138-155.
Zhang J, Wang D.  2014.  High-Performance Zonal Histogramming on Large-Scale Geospatial Rasters Using GPUs and GPU-Accelerated Clusters, Fourth International Workshop on Accelerators and Hybrid Exascale Systems. IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium.
Koster R.D, Walker G.K, Collatz G.J, Thornton P.E.  2014.  Hydroclimatic Controls on the Means and Variability of Vegetation Phenology and Carbon Uptake. Journal of Climate. 27(14):5632-5652.
Liu D, Wang G, Mei R, Yu Z, Yu M.  2014.  Impact of initial soil moisture anomalies on climate mean and extremes over Asia. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 119(2):529-545.
Zscheischler J, Michalak AM, Schwalm C, Mahecha MD, Huntzinger DN, Reichstein M, Berthier G, Ciais P, Cook RB, El-Masri B et al..  2014.  Impact of large-scale climate extremes on biospheric carbon fluxes: An intercomparison based on MsTMIP data. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 28(6):585-600.
Sun Y., Gu L., Dickinson RE, NORBY R.J, PALLARDY S.G, Hoffman F.M..  2014.  Impact of mesophyll diffusion on estimated global land CO2 fertilization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Allen M.R..  2014.  Impacts of Climate Change on the Evolution of the Electrical Grid. Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Graduate Education. Ph.D.
Hayes DJ, Kicklighter DW, A. McGuire D, Chen M, Zhuang Q, Yuan F, Melillo JM, Wullschleger SD.  2014.  The impacts of recent permafrost thaw on land–atmosphere greenhouse gas exchange. Environmental Research Letters. 9(4):045005.
de Bremond A, Preston BL, Rice J.  2014.  Improving the usability of integrated assessment for adaptation practice: Insights from the U.S. Southeast energy sector. Environmental Science & Policy. 42:45-55.
Takagi H, Houweling S, Andres RJ, Belikov D, Bril A, Boesch H, Butz A, Guerlet S, Hasekamp O, Maksyutov S et al..  2014.  Influence of differences in current GOSAT X CO 2 retrievals on surface flux estimation. Geophysical Research Letters. 41(7):2598-2605.
Roley SS, Tank JL, Griffiths NA, Hall RO, Davis RT.  2014.  The influence of floodplain restoration on whole-stream metabolism in an agricultural stream: insights from a 5-year continuous data set. Freshwater Science. :000-000.
Jiang T, Evans KJ, Deng Y, Dong X.  2014.  Intermediate frequency atmospheric disturbances: A dynamical bridge connecting western U.S. extreme precipitation with East Asian cold surges. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 119(7):3723-3735.
Larson ER, Boyer AG, Armsworth PR.  2014.  A lack of response of the financial behaviors of biodiversity conservation nonprofits to changing economic conditions. Ecology and Evolution. 4(23):4429-4443.
Oubeidillah A.A, Kao S.-C., Ashfaq M., Naz B.S, Tootle G..  2014.  A large-scale, high-resolution hydrological model parameter data set for climate change impact assessment for the conterminous US. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 18(1):67-84.
J DXPatton.  2014.  Leaf Photosynthesis and Plant Competitive Success in a Mixed-grass Prairie: With Reference to Exotic Grasses Invasion. Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography. 04(02)
Bond-Lamberty B., Calvin K., Jones A.D, Mao J., Patel P., Shi X.Y, Thomson A., Thornton P., Zhou Y..  2014.  On linking an Earth system model to the equilibrium carbon representation of an economically optimizing land use model. Geoscientific Model Development. 7(6):2545-2555.
Yang Z, Wang T, Leung R, Hibbard K, Janetos T, Kraucunas I, Rice J, Preston BL, Wilbanks T.  2014.  A modeling study of coastal inundation induced by storm surge, sea-level rise, and subsidence in the Gulf of Mexico. Natural Hazards. 71(3):1771-1794.
Touma D, Ashfaq M, Nayak MA, Kao S-C, Diffenbaugh NS.  2014.  A multi-model and multi-index evaluation of drought characteristics in the 21st century. Journal of Hydrology.
Kang M., Perfect E., Cheng C.L, Bilheux H.Z, Lee J., Horita J., Warren J.  2014.  Multiple pixel-scale soil water retention curves quantified by neutron radiography. Advances in Water Resources. 65:1-8.
Zhang X, Sahajpal R, Manowitz DH, Zhao K, LeDuc SD, Xu M, Xiong W, Zhang A, Izaurralde RCesar, Thomson AM et al..  2014.  Multi-scale geospatial agroecosystem modeling: A case study on the influence of soil data resolution on carbon budget estimates. Science of The Total Environment. 479-480:138-150.
Keenan TF, Gray J, Friedl MA, Toomey M, Bohrer G, Hollinger DY, J Munger W, O’Keefe J, Schmid HPeter, Wing ISue et al..  2014.  Net carbon uptake has increased through warming-induced changes in temperate forest phenology. Nature Climate Change. 4(7):598-604.
Andres RJ, Boden TA, Higdon D.  2014.  A new evaluation of the uncertainty associated with CDIAC estimates of fossil fuel carbon dioxide emission. Tellus B. 66