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Piao S, Nan H, Huntingford C, Ciais P, Friedlingstein P, Sitch S, Peng S, Ahlström A, Canadell JG, Cong N et al..  2014.  Evidence for a weakening relationship between interannual temperature variability and northern vegetation activity. Nature Communications. 5:5018.
Blasing T.J, Scott D, Kaiser DP.  2003.  Evidence for recent changes in a surface-air warming singularity in late winter over central North America. Geophysical Research Letters. 30(9)
Sutter P.M, Yang H.-Y.Karen, Ricker P.M, Foreman G., Pugmire D.  2011.  An examination of magnetized outflows from active galactic nuclei in galaxy clusters. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. :no-no.
Lutz BD, Bernhardt ES, Roberts BJ, Mulholland PJ.  2011.  Examining the coupling of carbon and nitrogen cycles in Appalachian streams: the role of dissolved organic nitrogen. Ecology. 92(3):720-732.
Kueppers L, Iversen C, Koven C.  2016.  Expanding Use of Plant Trait Observation in Earth System Models. Eos. 97
Schuur E.AG, Abbott B.W, Bowden W.B, Brovkin V., Camill P., Canadell J.G, Chanton J.P, Chapin F.S., Christensen T.R, Ciais P. et al..  2013.  Expert assessment of vulnerability of permafrost carbon to climate change. Climatic Change. 119(2):359-374.
Mahajan S, Gaddis AL, Evans KJ, Norman MR.  2017.  Exploring an Ensemble-Based Approach to Atmospheric Climate Modeling and Testing at Scale. Procedia Computer Science. 108:735-744.
Kodra E, Chatterjee S, Ganguly AR.  2010.  Exploring Granger causality between global average observed time series of carbon dioxide and temperature. Theoretical and Applied Climatology.
Mirin A., Worley P.  2007.  Extending scalability of the community atmosphere model. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 78:012082.
Weston DJ, Wullschleger SD, Tuskan GA.  2013.  Extending the Arabidopsis flowering paradigm to a mass flowering phenomenon in the tropics. Molecular Ecology. 22(18):4603-4605.
Absar SMariya, Preston BL.  2015.  Extending the Shared Socioeconomic Pathways for sub-national impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability studies. Global Environmental Change. 33:83-96.
Gangodagamage C, Rowland JC, Hubbard SS, Brumby SP, Liljedahl AK, Wainwright H, Wilson CJ, Altmann GL, Dafflon B, Peterson J et al..  2014.  Extrapolating active layer thickness measurements across Arctic polygonal terrain using LiDAR and NDVI data sets. Water Resources Research. :n/a-n/a.
Pagán BR, Ashfaq M, Rastogi D, Kendall DR, Kao S-C, Naz BS, Mei R, Pal JS.  2016.  Extreme hydrological changes in the southwestern US drive reductions in water supply to Southern California by mid century. Environmental Research Letters. 11(9):094026.
Wilbanks TJ, Fernandez SJ, Allen MR.  2015.  Extreme Weather Events and Interconnected Infrastructures: Toward More Comprehensive Climate Change Planning. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development. 57(4):4-15.
Gu L, Post WM, King AW.  2004.  Fast labile carbon turnover obscures sensitivity of heterotrophic respiration from soil to temperature: A model analysis. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 18(1)
Wang D., Wu W., Winkler F., Ding W., Hernandez O..  2014.  A Feasibility Study on Porting the Community Land Model onto Accelerators Using Openacc. International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications. 5(12)
Archibald RK, Fann G.  2007.  Feature Selection and Classification of Hyperspectral Images With Support Vector Machines. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters. 4(4):674-677.
Estiarte M, Vicca S, ñuelas J, Bahn M, Beier C, Emmett BA, Fay PA, Hanson PJ, Hasibeder R, Kigel J et al..  2016.  Few multiyear precipitation-reduction experiments find a shift in the productivity-precipitation relationship. Global Change Biology.
Mahajan S, Evans KJ, Branstetter M, Anantharaj V, Leifeld JK.  2015.  Fidelity of Precipitation Extremes in High Resolution Global Climate Simulations. Procedia Computer Science. 51:2178-2187.
Iversen CM, Childs J, Norby RJ, Ontl TA, Kolka RK, Brice DJ, McFarlane KJ, Hanson PJ.  2017.  Fine-root growth in a forested bog is seasonally dynamic, but shallowly distributed in nutrient-poor peat. Plant and Soil.
Kloster S., Mahowald N.M, Randerson J., Thornton PE, Hoffman F., Levis S., Lawrence P., Feddema J.J, Oleson K., Lawrence D..  2010.  Fire dynamics during the 20th century simulated by the Community Land Model. Biogeosciences Discussions. 7:565–630.
Aguilar R, Pan J, Gries C, SanGil I, Palanisamy G.  2010.  A flexible online metadata editing and management system. Ecological Informatics. 5:26-31.
Mulholland P.J, Tank JL, Sanzone DM, Wollheim WM, Peterson B, Webster J.R, Meyer JL.  2000.  Food Resources of Stream Macroinvertebrates Determined by Natural-Abundance Stable C and N Isotopes and a 15 N Tracer Addition. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 19:145.
Parton WJ, Hanson P.J, Swanston C, Torn MS, Trumbore SE, Riley W, Kelly R.  2010.  ForCent model development and testing using the Enriched Background Isotope Study experiment. 115(G4):G04001.
Kominoski JS, Shah JJFollstad, Canhoto C, Fischer DG, Giling DP, González E, Griffiths NA, Larrañaga A, LeRoy CJ, Mineau MM et al..  2013.  Forecasting functional implications of global changes in riparian plant communities. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 11(8):423-432.