TDE Ecosystem Model Intercomparison Data Archive


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Aber, J.D., S.V. Ollinger, C.A. Feder, P.B. Reich, M.L. Goulden, D.W. Kicklighter, J.M. Mello, and R.G. Lathrop, Jr. 1995. Predicting the effects of climate change on water yield and forest production in northeastern U.S. Climate Research 5:207-222.

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Amthor, J.S., J.M. Chen, J.S. Clein, S.E. Frolking, M.L. Goulden, R.F. Grant, J.S. Kimball, A.W. King, A.D. McGuire, N.T. Nikolov, C.S. Potter, S. Wang, and S.C. Wofsy. 2002. Boreal forest CO2 exchange and evapotranspiration predicted by nine ecosystem process models: intermodel comparisons and relationships to field measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research (in press).

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Baldocchi, D.D., and P.C. Harley. 1995. Scaling carbon dioxide and water vapour exchange from leaf to canopy in a deciduous forest II. Model testing and applications. Plant, Cell and Environment 18:1331-1340.

Baldocchi D.D., and K.B. Wilson. 2001. Modelling CO2 and water vapour exchange of a temperate broadleaved forest on daily to decadal time scales. Ecological Modelling 142:155-184.

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Hanson, P.J., D.E. Todd, M.A. Huston, J.D. Joslin, J. Croker, and R.M. Augé. 1998. Description and field performance of the Walker Branch Throughfall Displacement Experiment: 1993-1996. ORNL/TM-13586, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

Hanson, P.J., D.E. Todd, and J.S. Amthor. 2001. A six year study of sapling and large-tree growth and mortality responses to natural and induced variability in precipitation and throughfall. Tree Physiology 21:345-358.

Hanson, P.J., D.E. Todd, J.S. Riggs, M.E. Wolfe, and E.G. O'Neill. 2001. Walker Branch Throughfall Displacement Experiment Data Report: Site Characterization, System Performance, Weather, Species Composition, and Growth. ORNL/CDIAC-134, NDP-078A. Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A.

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Hanson, P.J., E.G. O’Neill, M.L.S. Chambers, J.S. Riggs, J.D. Joslin, and M.E. Wolfe. 2003a. Soil respiration and litter decomposition. Chapter 10 in Hanson, P.J., and S.D. Wullschleger (eds.), North American Temperate Deciduous Forest Responses to Changing Precipitation Regimes, Springer, New York (in press).

Hanson, P.J., N.T. Edwards, T.J. Tschaplinski, S.D. Wullschleger, and J.D. Joslin. 2003b. Estimating the net primary and net ecosystem production of a southeastern upland Quercus forest from an 8-year biometric record. Chapter 22 in in Hanson, P.J., and S.D. Wullschleger (eds.), North American Temperate Deciduous Forest Responses to Changing Precipitation Regimes, Springer, New York (in press).

Hunt, E.R., Jr., M.B. Lavigne, and S.E. Franklin. 1999. Factors controlling the decline of net primary production with stand age for balsam fir in Newfoundland assessed using an ecosystem simulation model. Ecological Modelling 122:151-164.

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Johnson, D.W., P.J. Hanson, and D.E. Todd. 2002. The effects of throughfall manipulation on soil leaching in a deciduous forest. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:204-216.

Law, B.E., P.E. Thornton, J. Irvine, S. Van Tuyl, and P.M. Anthoni. 2001. Carbon storage and fluxes in ponderosa pine forests at different developmental stages. Global Change Biology 7:755-777.

Liu, S., R. Munson, D.W. Johnson, S. Gherini, K. Summers, R. Hudson, K. Wilkinson, and L.F. Pitelka. 1992. The nutrient cycling model (NuCM): overview and application, pp. 583-609 In Johnson D.W., and R.I. VanHook (eds.), Analysis of Biogeochemical Cycling Processes in Walker Branch Watershed, Springer-Verlag, New York.

Luo, Y., B. Medlyn, D. Hui, D. Ellsworth, J.F. Reynolds, and G. Katul. 2001. Gross primary productivity in the Duke Forest: modeling synthesis of the free-air CO2 enrichment experiment and eddy-covariance measurements. Ecological Applications 11:239-252.

McNulty, S. G, J.M. Vose, and W.T. Swank. 1996. Loblolly pine hydrology and productivity across the southern United States. Forest Ecology and Management 86:241-251.

McMurtrie, R.E., and Y.P. Wang. 1993. Mathematical models of the photosynthetic response of tree stands to rising CO2 concentrations and temperature. Plant, Cell and Environment 16:1-13.

Running, S.W., and E.R. Hunt, Jr. 1993. Generalization of a forest ecosystem process model for other biomes, BIOME-BGC, and an application for global-scale models, pp. 141-158 In: Ehleringer and C. Field (eds.), Scaling Physiological Processes: Leaf to Globe, Academic Press, Orlando.

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Thornton, P.E., B.E. Law, et al. 2002. Modeling and measuring the effects of disturbance history and climate on carbon and water budgets in evergreen needleleaf forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 113:185-222.

U.S. Global Change Research Program. 2000. Climate Change Impacts on the United States: The Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change. Overview. A Report to the National Assessment Synthesis Team. Cambridge University Press. 154 pages.

Wang, S., R.F. Grant, D.L. Verseghy, and T.A. Black. 2001. Modelling plant carbon and nitrogen dynamics of a boreal aspen forest in CLASS - the Canadian Land Surface Scheme. Ecological Modelling 142:135-154.

Wang, Y.P., and P.G. Jarvis. 1990. Description and validation of an array model - MAESTRO. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 51:257-280.

Wang, Y.P., A. Rey, and P.G. Jarvis. 1998. Carbon balance of young birch tree grown in ambient and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration. Global Change Biology 4:797-807.

White, M.A., P.E. Thornton, and S.W. Running. 1997. A continental phenology model for monitoring vegetation responses to interannual climatic variability. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 11:217-234.

White, M.A., P.E. Thornton, S.W. Running, and R.R. Nemani. 2000. Parameterization and sensitivity analysis of the Biome-BGC terrestrial ecosystem model: Net primary production controls. Earth Interactions 4:1-85.

Williams, M., E.B. Rastetter, D.N. Fernandes, M.L. Goulden, S.C. Wofsy, G.R. Shaver, J.M. Melillo, J.W. Munger, S.-M.Fan, and K.J. Nadelhoffer. 1996. Modelling the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum in a Quercus-Acer stand at Harvard Forest: the regulation of stomatal conductance by light, nitrogen and soil/plant hydraulic properties. Plant, Cell and Environment 19:911-927.

Williams, M., E.B. Rastetter, G.R. Shaver, J.E. Hobbie, E. Carpino, and B.L. Kwiatkowski. 2001. Primary production in an arctic watershed: an uncertainty analysis. Ecological Applications 11:1800-1816.

Wullschleger SD, C.A. Gunderson, L.M. Tharp, and D.C. West. 2003. Simulated Patterns of Forest Succession and Productivity as a Consequence of Altered Precipitation. Chapter 25 in Hanson, P.J., and S.D. Wullschleger (eds.), North American Temperate Deciduous Forest Responses to Changing Precipitation Regimes, Springer, New York (in press).

See also: BIOME-BGC References

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