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Kumar J, Mills RT, HOFFMAN FORRESTM, Hargrove WW.  2011.  Parallel k-Means Clustering for Quantitative Ecoregion Delineation Using Large Data Sets. Procedia Computer Science. 4:1602-1611.
Kumar J, Collier N, Bisht G, Mills RT, Thornton PE, Iversen CM, Romanovsky V.  2016.  Modeling the spatio-temporal variability in subsurface thermal regimes across a low-relief polygonal tundra landscape. The Cryosphere Discussions. :1-32.
Kumar J, Weiner J, Hargrove WW, Norman SP, HOFFMAN FORRESTM, Newcomb D.  2015.  Characterization and Classification of Vegetation Canopy Structure and Distribution within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Using LiDAR. 2015 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshop (ICDMW)2015 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshop (ICDMW).
Kueppers L, Iversen C, Koven C.  2016.  Expanding Use of Plant Trait Observation in Earth System Models. Eos. 97
Kuang W, Liu Y, Dou Y, Chi W, Chen G, Gao C, Yang T, Liu J, Zhang R.  2015.  What are hot and what are not in an urban landscape: quantifying and explaining the land surface temperature pattern in Beijing, China. Landscape Ecology. 30(2):357-373.
Kriegler E, O’Neill BC, Hallegatte S, Kram T, Lempert RJ, Moss RH, Wilbanks T.  2012.  The need for and use of socio-economic scenarios for climate change analysis: A new approach based on shared socio-economic pathways. Global Environmental Change. 22(4):807-822.
Kriegler E., O'Neill B.C., Hallegatte S., Kram T., Lempert R., Moss R.H., Wilbanks T.J..  2010.  Socio-Economic Scenario Development for Climate change analysis, CIRED Working Paper.
Krassovski M.B, Riggs J.S, Hook L.A, Nettles W.R, Hanson P.J, Boden T.A.  2015.  A comprehensive data acquisition and management system for an ecosystem-scale peatland warming and elevated CO2 experiment. Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems. 4(2):203-213.
Kramer C, Trumbore S, Fröberg M, Dozal LMaria Cisn, Zhang D, Xu X, Santos GM, Hanson P.J.  2010.  Recent (<4 year old) leaf litter is not a major source of microbial carbon in a temperate forest mineral soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 42(7):1028-1037.
Kovilakam M, Mahajan S.  2016.  Confronting the “Indian summer monsoon response to black carbon aerosol” with the uncertainty in its radiative forcing and beyond. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.
Kovilakam M, Mahajan S.  2015.  Black Carbon Aerosols Induced Northern Hemisphere Tropical Expansion. Geophysical Research Letters. :n/a-n/a.
Koven C.D, Schuur E.AG, ädel C., Bohn T.J, Burke E.J, Chen G., Chen X., Ciais P., Grosse G., Harden J.W et al..  2015.  A simplified, data-constrained approach to estimate the permafrost carbon–climate feedback. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 37323, GB2023263926116, G00M02261114, F020212512116(2054):20140423.
Kostka JE, Weston DJ, Glass JB, Lilleskov EA, A. SHAW JONATHAN, Turetsky MR.  2016.  The Sphagnum microbiome: new insights from an ancient plant lineage. New Phytologist. 211(1):57-64.
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.
Koponen K, Soimakallio S, Kline KL, Cowie A, ão M.  2017.  Quantifying the climate effects of bioenergy – Choice of reference system. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.
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.
Kole C, Muthamilarasan M, Henry R, Edwards D, Sharma R, Abberton M, Batley J, Bentley A, Blakeney M, Bryant J et al..  2015.  Application of genomics-assisted breeding for generation of climate resilient crops: progress and prospects. Frontiers in Plant Science. 6
Koirala S., Gentry R., Mulholland P.J, Perfect E., Schwartz J..  2010.  Time and frequency domain analyses of high-frequency hydrologic and chloride data in an east Tennessee watershed. Journal of Hydrology. 387:256–264.
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.
Kodra E, Steinhaeuser K, Ganguly AR.  2011.  Persisting cold extremes under 21st-century warming scenarios. 38(8):L08705.
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.
Kline KL, Dale VH, Efroymson RA, Eng AGoss, Haq Z.  2009.  Land-Use Change and Bioenergy: Report from the 2009 Workshop ORNL/CBES-001.
Kline K.L., Singh N., Dale VH.  2013.  Cultivated hay and fallow/idle cropland confound analysis of grassland conversion in the Western Corn Belt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 110(31):E2863-E2863.
Kline KL, Dale VH.  2008.  Biofuels : Effects on Land and Fire. Science. 321:199–201.
Kline KL, Oladosu GA, Dale VH, McBride AC.  2011.  Scientific analysis is essential to assess biofuel policy effects: In response to the paper by Kim and Dale on “Indirect land-use change for biofuels: Testing predictions and improving analytical methodologies”. Biomass and Bioenergy. 35(10):4488-4491.