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Heskel, Mary A, O. S O'Sullivan, Peter B Reich, M. G Tjoelker, Lasantha K Weerasinghe, A. Penillard, John JG Egerton, et al.. 2016. Convergence In The Temperature Response Of Leaf Respiration Across Biomes And Plant Functional Types.. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Science 113 (14). Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Science: 3832-3837. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1520282113.
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Bitterman, Danielle. 2010. Early Season Respiration In Betula Nana And Eriophorium Vaginatum, Two Important Tundra Plant Species. Department Of Ecology, Evolution And Environmental Biology. Department Of Ecology, Evolution And Environmental Biology. New York, NY: Columbia University.
Heskel, Mary A. 2013. Environmental Controls Of Foliar Respiration In Arctic Tundra Plants. Department Of Ecology, Evolution And Environmental Biology. Department Of Ecology, Evolution And Environmental Biology. New York, NY: Columbia University.
Greaves, Heather, L. A Vierling, J. UH Eitel, Natalie T Boelman, Kevin L Griffin, and T. S Magney. 2014. Estimating Aboveground Biomass Of Low-Stature Arctic Shrubs With Terrestrial Lidar. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
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Sweet, Shannan K, Natalie T Boelman, Kevin L Griffin, H. Steltzer, and Laura Gough. 2014. Greater Deciduous Shrub Abundance Extends Tundra Peak Season And Increases Modeled Net Carbon Dioxide Uptake. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.
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Eitel, J. UH, L. A Vierling, T. S Magney, Heather Greaves, A. T Hudak, Natalie T Boelman, Kevin L Griffin, and G. Dittmar. 2014. Implications For Seamless Modeling Of Terrestrial Ecosystems (Invited Speaker). International Workshop: 3D Vegetation Mapping Using Advanced Remote Sensing. International Workshop: 3D Vegetation Mapping Using Advanced Remote Sensing. St.Oswald, Germany.
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Formica, Adam. 2013. Quantifying The Physiology Of Structurally Complex Arctic Vegetation And Implications For Carbon Cycling In A Shrubbier Tundra. Department Of Earth And Environmental Sciences. Department Of Earth And Environmental Sciences. New York, NY: Columbia University.