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Izaurralde RCesar, Williams J.R, Post WM, Thomson A.M, McGill W.B, Owens L.B, Lal R..  2007.  Long-term modeling of soil C erosion and sequestration at the small watershed scale. Climatic Change. 80(1-2):73-90.
Iversen C.M, Murphy M.T, Allen M.F, Childs J., Eissenstat D.M, Lilleskov E.A, Sarjala T.M, Sloan V.L, Sullivan P.F.  2011.  Advancing the use of minirhizotrons in wetlands. Plant and Soil.
Iversen C.M, Hooker T.D, Classen AT, Norby R.  2010.  Net mineralization of N at deeper soil depths as a potential mechanism for sustained forest production under elevated [CO2]. Global Change Biology. :no–no.
Iversen C.M, Murphy M.T, Allen M.F, Childs J., Eissenstat D.M, Lilleskov E.A, Sarjala T.M, Sloan V.L, Sullivan P.F.  2012.  Advancing the use of minirhizotrons in wetlands. Plant and Soil. 352(1-2):23-39.
Iversen C.M, Norby R.  2008.  Nitrogen limitation in a sweetgum plantation: implications for carbon allocation and storage. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 38:1021–1032.
Iversen C.M.  2010.  Digging deeper: fine-root responses to rising atmospheric CO2 concentration in forested ecosystems. New Phytologist. 186:346–357.
Iversen CM, M. McCormack L, A. Powell S, Blackwood CB, Freschet égoireT, Kattge J, Roumet C, Stover DB, Soudzilovskaia NA, Valverde-Barrantes OJ et al..  2017.  A global Fine-Root Ecology Database to address below-ground challenges in plant ecology. New Phytologist.
Iversen C, Norby R.  2014.  Global Environmental ChangeTerrestrial Plant Productivity and Carbon Allocation in a Changing Climate. :297-316.
Iversen C.M, Ledford J, Norby R.  2008.  CO2 enrichment increases carbon and nitrogen input from fine roots in a deciduous forest.. The New Phytologist. 179:837–47.
Iversen C.M, Bridgham SD, Kellogg LE.  2010.  Scaling plant nitrogen use and uptake efficiencies in response to nutrient addition in peatlands.. Ecology. 91:693–707.
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.
Iversen CM.  2014.  Using root form to improve our understanding of root function. New Phytologist. 203(3):707-709.
Iversen C.M, O'Brien SL.  2009.  Reports from the 2009 ESA Annual Meeting: Missing Links in the Root-Soil Organic Matter Continuum. :54–64.
Iversen C.M, Hooker T.D, Classen AT, Norby RJ.  2011.  Net mineralization of N at deeper soil depths as a potential mechanism for sustained forest production under elevated [CO2]. Global Change Biology. 17:1130–1139.
Iversen CM, Sloan VL, Sullivan PF, Euskirchen ES, A. McGuire D, Norby RJ, Walker AP, Warren J, Wullschleger SD.  2015.  The unseen iceberg: plant roots in arctic tundra. New Phytologist. 205:34-58.
Iversen C.M, O'Brien SL.  2010.  Organized Oral Session 3. Missing Links in the Root–Soil Organic Matter Continuum. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 91:54-64.
Ito A, Inatomi M, Huntzinger DN, Schwalm C, Michalak AM, Cook R, King AW, Mao J, Wei Y, W. Post M et al..  2016.  Decadal trends in the seasonal-cycle amplitude of terrestrial CO 2 exchange resulting from the ensemble of terrestrial biosphere models. Tellus B. 6882