Staff Publications: 2015 – Current

The following list represents current publications. Earlier publications may be viewed by selecting previous periods from the list to the right. Also available is a PDF with the major WHRC publications of the past 5 years.

WHRC publications are listed with links to abstracts and/or full texts where available.

(* indicates publication is in Portuguese, ** indicates French)

2018   |   2017   |   2016   |   2015


*Brown, F. 2018. Avatar, Pope Francis, Hell and Paradise at the foothills of the Andes. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 30 January.

Fisher, J.B., D.J. Hayes, C.R. Schwalm, D.N. Huntzinger, E. Stofferahn, K. Schaefer, Y. Luo, S.D. Wullschleger, S. Goetz, C.E. Miller, et al. 2018. Missing pieces to modeling the Arctic-Boreal puzzle. Environmental Research Letters.

Houghton, R.A., and A.A. Nassikas. 2018. Negative emissions from stopping deforestation and forest degradation, globally. Global Change Biology. 24:350-359. doi:10.1111/gcb.13876

Li, W., N. MacBean, P. Ciais, P. Defourny, C. Lamarche, S. Bontemps, R.A. Houghton, and S. Peng. 2018. Gross and net land cover changes in the main plant functional types derived from the annual ESA CCI land cover maps (1992–2015). Earth System Science Data. 10:219–234. doi:10.5194/essd-10-219-2018

McNamara E.A., M. Kermarc, J. Zambo-Mandea, and G. Bush. 2018. Chapter 6. Tertiary Education Knowledge and Standards in Sustainable Development: A Crisis for the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In Climate Literacy and Innovations in Climate Change Education: Distance Learning for Sustainable Development, ed. U.M. Azeiteiro, W.L. Filho, and L. Aires. Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-70199-8

Mekonnen, Z.A., R.F. Grant, and C.R. Schwalm. 2018. Modelling impacts of recent warming on seasonal carbon exchange in higher latitudes of North America. Arctic Science doi:10.1139/AS-2016-0009

Nagy, R.C., S. Porder, P. Brando, E. A. Davidson, M. Figueira, C. Neill, S. Riskin, and S. Trumbore. 2018. Soil carbon dynamics in soybean cropland and forests in Mato Grosso, Brazil. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123. doi:10.1002/2017JG004269

Teubner, I.E., M. Forkela, M. Jung, Y.Y. Liu, D.G. Miralles, R. Parinussa, R. van der Schaliee, M. Vreugdenhila, C.R. Schwalm, G. Tramontana, G. Camps-Valls, and W.A. Dorigo. 2018. Assessing the relationship between microwave vegetation optical depth and gross primary production. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 65:79–91. doi:10.1016/j.jag.2017.10.006


Abney, R.B., J. Sanderman, D. Johnson, M.L. Fogel, and A.A. Berhe. 2017. Post-wildfire Erosion in Mountainous Terrain Leads to Rapid and Major Redistribution of Soil Organic Carbon. Frontiers in Earth Science 5:99.

Ahmed, Z. U., P.B. Woodbury, J. Sanderman, B. Hawke, V. Jauss, D. Solomon, and J. Lehmann. 2017. Assessing soil carbon vulnerability in the Western USA by geo-spatial modeling of pyrogenic and particulate carbon stocksJournal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences 122. doi:10.1002/2016JG003488

Azevedo, A.A., R. Rajão, M.A. Costa, M.C.C. Stabile, M.N. Macedo, T.N.P. dos Reis, A. Alencar, B.S. Soares-Filho, and R. Pacheco. 2017. Limits of Brazil’s Forest Code as a means to end illegal deforestationProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences May. doi:10.1073/pnas.1604768114

Baccini, A., W. Walker, L. Carvalho, M. Farina, D. Sulla-Menashe, and R.A. Houghton. 2017. Tropical forests are a net carbon source based on aboveground measurements of gain and lossScience 358:6359. doi:10.1126/science.aam5962

Ballantyne, A., W. Smith, W. Anderegg, P. Kauppi, J. Sarmiento, P. Tans, E. Shevliakova, Y. Pan, B. Poulter, A. Anav, P. Friedlingstein, R. Houghton, and S. Running. 2017. Accelerating net terrestrial carbon uptake during the warming hiatus due to reduced respiration. Nature Climate Change 7:148-152. doi.10.1038/nclimate3204

*Brown, F. 2017. Paradigm shift – the collapse of populations is undermining the functioning of the Biosphere. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 12 December.

*Brown, F. 2017. Extreme climate events: we are still not prepared. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 28 November.

*Brown, F. 2017. From hydroelectric dams in Amazonia to the Museum of Tomorrow. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 14 November.

*Brown, F. 2017. The necessity of finding solutions to revert global warming. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 31 October.

*Brown, F., and V. Lisandro. 2017. What can an emergency in the forest teach use about how to take care of the planet? Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 2 October.

*Brown, F., and V.R. Brown. 2017. Taking care of the Earth: possibilities and use of alternative energy. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 5 September.

*Brown, F. 2017. Human-influenced climate change is already happening. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 21 March.

*Brown, F. 2017. Our collective stupidity and the future of the Earth. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 7 March.

*Brown, F. 2017. Taking care of our home – the Earth: the biosphere and invisible things. Jornal A Gazeta. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil. C1-2. 6 February.

Celis, G., M. Mauritz, R. Bracho, V.G. Salmon, E.E. Webb, J. Hutchings, S.M. Natali, C. Schädel, K.G. Crummer, and E.A.G. Schuur. 2017. Tundra is a consistent source of CO2 at a site with progressive permafrost thaw during 6 years of chamber and eddy covariance measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences. 122:1471–1485. doi:10.1002/2016JG003671

Coe, M.T., P.M. Brando, L.A. Deegan, M.N. Macedo, C. Neill, and D.V. Silvério. 2017. The Forests of the Amazon and Cerrado Moderate Regional Climate and Are the Key to the FutureTropical Conservation Science. 10:1–6.

Crosby, S., A. Angermeyer, J.M. Adler, M.D. Bertness, L.A. Deegan, N. Sibinga, and H.M. Leslie. 2017. Spartina alterniflora biomass allocation and temperature: implications for salt marsh persistence with sea-level rise. Estuaries and Coasts. 40:213–223.

De Faria, B., P.M. Brando, M.N. Macedo, P. Panday, B.S. Soares-Filho, and M.T Coe. 2017. Current and future patterns of fire-induced forest degradation in AmazoniaEnvironmental Research Letters.

Dugan, A.J., R. Birdsey, S.P. Healey, Y. Pan, F. Zhang, G. Mo, J. Chen, C. Woodall, A.J. Hernandez, K. McCullough, J.B. McCarter, C.L. Raymond, and K. Dante-Wood. 2017.Forest Sector Carbon Analyses Support Land Management Planning and Projects: Assessing the Influence of Anthropogenic and Natural FactorsClimatic Change 144(2):207-220.

Dunckel, K., A. Weiskittel, and G. Fiske. 2017. Projected Future Distribution of Tsuga canadensis across Alternative Climate Scenarios in Maine, U.S. Forests 8(8):285. doi:10.3390/f8080285

Fang, Y., A.M. Michalak, C.R. Schwalm, D.N. Huntzinger, J.A. Berry, P. Ciais, et al. 2017. Global land carbon sink response to temperature and precipitation varies with ENSO phaseEnvironmental Research Letters 12:064007.

Giffen, R.A., C. Schwalm, R. Perschel, P. Duffy, R.A. Houghton, W. Price, and F. Lowenstein. 2017. Seeing Forests for More than Carbon in the Trees: Incentivizing Actions Beyond Carbon Storage to Mitigate Climate Change. Journal of Forestry. doi:10.5849/jof.2016-016

Gonçalves, F., R. Treuhaft, B. Law, A. Almeida, W. Walker, A. Baccini, J.R. dos Santos, and P. Graça. 2017. Estimating Aboveground Biomass in Tropical Forests: Field Methods and Error Analysis for the Calibration of Remote Sensing Observations. Remote Sensing 121(9):2476–2492. doi:10.3390/rs9010047

Griscom, B.W., J. Adams, P.W. Ellis, R.A. Houghton, G. Lomax, D.A. Miteva, W.H. Schlesinger, D. Shoch, J.V. Siikamäki, P. Smith, P. Woodbury, C. Zganjar, A. Blackman, J. Campari, R.T. Conant, C. Delgado, P. Elias, T. Gopalakrishna, M.R. Hamsik, M. Herrero, J. Kiesecker, E. Landis, L. Laestadius, S.M. Leavitt, S. Minnemeyer, S. Polasky, P. Potapov, F.E. Putz, J. Sanderman, M. Silvius, E. Wollenberg, and J. Fargione. 2017. Natural climate solutionsPNAS. doi:10.1073/pnas.1710465114

Groffman, P.M., M. Avolio, J. Cavender-Bares, N.D. Bettez, J.M. Grove, S.J. Hall, S.E. Hobbie, K.L. Larson, S.B. Lerman, D.H. Locke, J.B. Heffernan, J.L. Morse, C. Neill, K.C. Nelson, J. O’Neil-Dunne, D.E. Pataki, C. Polsky, R.V. Pouyat, R. Roy Chowdhury, M. Steele, and T.L.E. Trammell. 2017. Ecological homogenization of residential macrosystemsNature Ecology and Evolution 1:0191 

Hobbie, J.E., G.R. Shaver, E.B. Rastetter, J.E. Cherry, S.J. Goetz, K.C. Guay, W.A. Gould, and G.W. Kling. 2017. Ecosystem responses to climate change at a Low Arctic and a High Arctic long-term research site. Ambio 46(1):160-173. doi:10.1007/s13280-016-0870-x

Holdren, J.P. 2017. The perversity of the climate science kangaroo courtThe Boston Globe / Opinion Section. 25 July.

Houghton, R.A., and A.A. Nassikas. 2017. Global and regional fluxes of carbon from land use and land-cover change 1850-2015Global Biogeochemical Cycles 31:456-472. doi:10.1002/2016GB005546

Huntzinger, D.N., A.M. Michalak, C. Schwalm, P. Ciais, A.W. King, Y. Fang, et al. 2017. Uncertainty in the response of terrestrial carbon sink to environmental drivers undermines carbon-climate feedback predictions. Nature Scientific Reports. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-03818-2

Jain, M., P. Mondal, G.L. Galford, G. Fiske, and R.S. DeFries. 2017. An Automated Approach to Map Winter Cropped Area of Smallholder Farms across Large Scales Using MODIS Imagery. Remote Sensing 9:566. doi:10.3390/rs9060566

Jaussa, V., P.J. Sullivan, J. Sanderman, D.B. Smith, and J. Lehmann. 2017. Pyrogenic carbon distribution in mineral topsoils of the northeastern United States. Geoderma 296:69-78. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.02.022

Johnson, K; G. Domke, M. Russell, B. Walters, J. Hom, A. Peduzzi, R. Birdsey, K. Dolan, and W. Huang. 2017. Estimating aboveground live understory vegetation carbon in the United States. Environmental Research Letters. 12:125010.

Jung, M., M. Reichstein, C.R. Schwalm, C. Huntingford, S. Sitch, A. Ahlström, A. Arneth, G. Camps-Valls, P. Ciais, et al. 2017. Compensatory water effects link yearly global land CO2 sink changes to temperature. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature20780

Kearney, W.S., G. Mariotti, L.A. Deegan, and S. Fagherazzi. 2017. Stage-discharge relationship in tidal channels. Limnology and Oceanography Methods. 15:394–407. doi:10.1002/lom3.10168

Kim, J.S., J.S. Kug, S.J. Jeong, D.N. Huntzinger, A.M. Michalak, C.R. Schwalm, Y. Wei, and K. Schaefer. 2017. Reduced North American terrestrial primary productivity linked to anomalous Arctic warmingNature Geoscience 10:572-576. doi:10.1038/ngeo2986

Koirala, S., M. Jung, M. Reichstein, I.E. Graaf, G. Camps‐Valls, K. Ichii, D. Papale, B. Raduly, C.R. Schwalm, G. Tramontana, and N. Carvalhais. 2017. Global distribution of groundwater-vegetation spatial covariation. Geophysical Research Letters 44(9):4134-4142. doi:10.1002/2017GL072885

Kropp, H., M. Loranty, H.D. Alexander, L.T. Berner, S.M. Natali, and S.A. Spawn. 2017. Environmental constraints on transpiration and stomatal conductance in a Siberian Arctic boreal forestJournal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences 122:487–497. doi:10.1002/2016JG003709

Lewis, C.J.E., P.E. Carnell, J. Sanderman, J.A. Baldock, and P.I. Macreadie. 2017. Variability and Vulnerability of Coastal ‘Blue Carbon’ Stocks: A Case Study from Southeast AustraliaEcosystems. 1-17. doi:10.1007/s10021-017-0150-z

Li, F., Y. Peng, S.M. Natali, K. Chen, T. Han, G. Yang, J. Ding, D. Zhang, G. Wang, J. Wang, J. Yu, F. Liu, and Y. Yang. 2017. Warming effects on permafrost ecosystem carbon fluxes associated with plant nutrients. Ecology. 98:2851–2859. doi:10.1002/ecy.1975

Macreadie, P.I., Q.R. Ollivier, J.J. Kelleway, O. Serrano, P.E. Carnell, C.J. Ewers Lewis, T.B. Atwood, J. Sanderman, J. Baldock, R.M. Connolly, C.M. Duarte, P.S. Lavery, A. Steven, and C.E. Lovelock. 2017. Carbon sequestration by Australian tidal marshes. Scientific Reports 7:44071. doi:10.1038/srep44071

Mauritz, M., R. Bracho, G. Celis, J. Hutschings, S.M. Natali, E. Pegoraro, V. Salmon, C. Schaedel, E. Webb, and E.A.G. Schuur. 2017. Nonlinear CO2 flux response to 7 years of experimentally induced permafrost thawGlobal Change Biology 2017;00:1-20. doi:10.1111/gcb.13661

Mayes, M., J. Mustard, J. Melillo, C. Neill, and G. Nyadzi. 2017. Going beyond the green: Senesced vegetation material predicts basal area and biomass in remote sensing of tree cover conditions in an African tropical dry forest (Miombo woodland) landscapeEnvironmental Research Letters 12:085004.

Mekonnen, Z.A., R.F. Grant, and C.R. Schwalm. 2017. Carbon sources and sinks of North America as affected by major drought events during the past 30 yearsAgricultural and Forest Meteorology 244-245:42-56. doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2017.05.006

Nagy, R.C., E.B. Rastetter, C. Neill, and S. Porder. 2017. Nutrient limitation in tropical secondary forests following different management practices. Ecological Applications 27:734-755.

Neill. C. Thanks to EPA and Clean Air ActThe Falmouth Enterprise. 2 May.

Neill, C. Americans are more and more disconnected from natureThe Falmouth Enterprise. 26 May.

Neill, C. Dedicated Pondwatchers gather valuable data on estuariesThe Falmouth Enterprise. 28 July.

Neill, C. New plant will deliver high-quality water even under high demandThe Falmouth Enterprise. 25 August.

Neill, C. 2017. Northward expansion of Blue Grosbeaks into Massachusetts. Bird Observer 45:377-382.

Neill, C., K. Jankowski, P.M. Brando, M.T. Coe, L.A. Deegan, M.N. Macedo, S.H. Riskin, S. Porder, H. Elsenbeer, and A.V. Krusche. 2017. Surprisingly modest water quality impacts from expansion and intensification of large-scale commercial agriculture in the Brazilian Amazon-Cerrado regionTropical Conservation Science. 10:1–5. doi:10.1177/1940082917720669

Noojipady, P., D.C. Morton, M.N. Macedo, D.C. Victoria, C. Huang, H.K. Gibbs, and E.L. Bolfe. 2017. Forest carbon emissions from cropland expansion in the Brazilian Cerrado biome. Environmental Research Letters 12 025004. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aa5986

Palm, C.A., C. Neill, P. Lefebvre, and K.L. Tully. 2017. Targeting sustainable intensification of maize-based agriculture in East Africa. Tropical Conservation Science. doi:10.1177/1940082917720670

Pelletier, J., A. Siampale, P. Legendre, P. Jantz, N.T. Laporte, and S.J. Goetz. 2017. Human and natural controls of the variation in aboveground tree biomass in African dry tropical forests. Ecological Applications. doi:10.1002/eap.155

Prevéy, J, M. Vellend, N. Rüger, R. Hollister, A. Bjorkman, I. Meyers-Smith, S. Elmendorf, K. Clark, E. Cooper, B. Elberling, A. Fosaa, G. Henry, T. Høye, I. Jónsdóttir, K. Klanderud, E. Lévesque, M. Mauritz, U. Molau, S. Natali, S. Oberbauer, Z. Panchen, E. Post, S. Rumpf, N. Schmidt, E. Schuur, P. Semenchuk, T. Troxler, J. Welker, and C. Rixen. 2017. Greater temperature sensitivity of plant phenology at colder sites: implications for convergence across northern latitudesGlobal Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.13619

Riskin, S.H., C. Neill, K. Jankowski, A.V. Krusche, R. McHorney, H. Elsenbeer, M.N. Macedo, D. Nunes, and S. Porder. 2017. Solute and sediment export from Amazon forest and soybean headwater streams. Ecological Applications 27(1):193–207

Rogers, B.M., P. Jantz, and S.J. Goetz. 2017. Vulnerability of eastern US tree species to climate change. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.13585

Russo, T.A., K. Tully, C. Palm, and C. Neill. 2017. Leaching losses from Kenyan maize cropland receiving different rates of nitrogen fertilizerAgriculture, Ecosystems and Environment108:195-209.

Sanderman, J., and A.A. Berhe. 2017. Biogeochemistry: The soil carbon erosion paradoxNature Climate Change 7(5):317-319. doi:10.1038/nclimate3281

Sanderman, J., C. Creamer, W.T. Baisden, M. Farrell, and S. Fallon. 2017. Greater soil carbon stocks and faster turnover rates with increasing agricultural productivity. SOIL 3:1–16. doi:10.5194/soil-3-1-2017

Sanderman, J., M. Farrell, P.I. Macreadie, M. Hayes, J. McGowan, and J. Baldock. 2017. Is demineralization with dilute hydrofluoric acid a viable method for isolating mineral stabilized soil organic matter? Geoderma.

Sanderman, J., T. Hengl, and G.J. Fiske. 2017. Soil carbon debt of 12,000 years of human land use. PNAS. doi:10.1073/pnas.1706103114

Sanderman, J., and M. Kramer. 2017. Dissolved organic matter retention in volcanic soils with contrasting mineralogy: a column sorption experimentBiogeochemistry. doi:10.1007/s10533-017-0374-1

Schwalm, C.R., W.R.L. Anderegg, A.M. Michalak, J.B. Fisher, F. Biondi, G. Koch, M. Litvak, K. Ogle, J.D. Shaw, A. Wolf, D.N. Huntzinger, K. Schaefer, R. Cook, Y. Wei, Y. Fang, D. Hayes, M. Huang, A. Jain, , and H. Tian. 2017. Global patterns of drought recoveryNature. doi:10.1038/nature23021

Shmelev, D., A. Veremeeva, G. Kraev, A. Kholodov, R.G.M. Spencer, W.S. Walker, and E. Rivkina. 2017. Estimation and Sensitivity of Carbon Storage in Permafrost of North-Eastern Yakutia.Permafrost and Periglacial Processes. doi:10.1002/ppp.1933

Trevathan-Tackett, S.M., P.I. Macreadie, J. Sanderman, J. Baldock, J.M. Howes, and P.J. Ralph. 2017. A global assessment of the chemical recalcitrance of seagrass tissues: implications for long-term carbon sequestrationFrontiers in Plant Science 8:925. doi:10.3389/fpls.2017.00925

Trevathan-Tackett, S.M., J. Seymour, D. Nielsen, P. Macreadie, T. Jeffries, J. Sanderman, J. Baldock, J. Howes, A. Steven, and J. Ralph. 2017. Sediment anoxia limits microbial-driven seagrass carbon remineralization under warming conditionsFEMS Microbiology Ecology 93:6. doi:10.1093/femsec/fix033

Upstill-Goddard, R.C., M.E. Salter, P.J. Mann, J. Barnes, J. Poulsen, B. Dinga, G.J. Fiske, and R.M. Holmes. 2017. The riverine source of CH4 and N2O from the Republic of Congo, western Congo Basin. Biogeosciences 14:2267-2281. doi:10.5194/bg-14-2267-2017

Van der Werf, G.R., J.T. Randerson, L. Giglio, T.T. van Leeuwen, Y. Chen, B.M. Rogers, M. Mu, M.J.E. van Marle, D.C. Morton, G.J. Collatz, R.J. Yokelson, and P.S. Kasibhatla. 2017. Global fire emissions estimates during 1997-2015Earth System Science Data 9:697-720.

Van Marle, M.J.E., R.D. Field, G.R. van der Werf, I.A. Estrada de Wagt, R.A. Houghton, L.V. Rizzo, P. Artaxo, and K. Tsigaridis. 2017. Fire and deforestation dynamics in Amazonia (1973–2014). Global Biogeochemical Cycles 31(1):24-38. doi:10.1002/2016GB005445

Vargas, R., D. Alcaraz-Segura, R. Birdsey, et al. 2017. Enhancing interoperability to facilitate implementation of REDD+: case study of Mexico. Carbon Management. doi:10.1080/17583004.2017.1285177

Veraverbeke, S., B.M. Rogers, M.L. Goulden, R.R. Jandt, C.E. Miller, E.B. Wiggins, and J.T. Randerson. 2017. Lightning as a major driver of recent large fire years in North American boreal forests. Nature Climate Change. doi:10.1038/nclimate3329

Webb E.E., K. Heard, S.M. Natali, A.G. Bunn, H.D. Alexander, L.T. Berner, A. Kholodov, M.M. Loranty, J.D. Schade, V. Spektor, and N. Zimov. 2017. Variability in Above and Belowground Carbon Stocks in a Siberian Larch Watershed. Biogeosciences. 14:4279-4294. doi:10.5194/bg-2017-88

Wheeler, M.M., C. Neill, P.M. Groffman, M. Avolio, N. Bettez, J. Cavender-Bares, R. Roy Chowdhury, L. Darling, J.M. Grove, S.J. Hall, J.B. Heffernan, S.E. Hobbie, K.L. Larson, J.L. Morse, K.C. Nelson, L.A. Ogden, J. O’Neil-Dunne, D.E. Pataki, C. Polsky, M. Steele, and T.L.E. Trammell. 2017. Continental-scale homogenization of residential lawn plant communitiesLandscape and Urban Planning 135:54-63.

*Xavier, M., N. Macêdo, P. Ruiz, and F. Brown. 2017.  Roads along the frontier: more sustainable alternatives. A Gazeta Rio Branco C1-2. 4 April.

Zhou S., B. Yu, C.R. Schwalm, P. Ciais, Y. Zhang, J.B. Fisher, et al. 2017. Response of Water Use Efficiency to Global Environmental Change Based on Output From Terrestrial Biosphere Models. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 31:1639–1655.


Abbott, B.W. … S.M. Natali … S.J. Goetz … B.M. Rogers, et al. 2016. Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment. Environmental Research Letters. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/3/034014

Arantes, A.E., L.G. Ferreira, and M.T. Coe. 2016. The seasonal carbon and water balances of the Cerrado environment of Brazil: Past, present, and future influences of land cover and land use. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 117:66-78.

Bracho, R., S.M. Natali, E. Pegoraro, K.G. Crummer, C. Schädel, L. Wu, K. Xue, J.M. Tiedje, K. Konstantinidis, L. Luo, L. Zhou, and E.A.G. Schuur. 2016. Temperature sensitivity of organic matter decomposition of permafrost-region soils during laboratory incubationsSoil Biology and Biochemistry 97:1-14.

Brando, P.M.,  C. Oliveria-Santos, W. Rocha, R. Cury, and M.T. Coe. 2016. Effects of experimental fuel additions on fire intensity and severity: unexpected carbon resilience of a neotropical forest. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.13172

*Brown, I.F., and C.G. Santos. 2016. Rainfall: Monitoring, Alerts and Alarms. Op-Ed. A Gazeta C1-2. 23 February. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil.

*Brown, I.F., E. dos Santos, and S. Silva. 2016. Doubts, Risk Management and the 2016 Drought. Op-Ed. A Gazeta C1-2. 8 March. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil.

*Brown, I.F., E. dos Santos, and S. Silva. 2016. The Great Acceleration and the Future of 2080. Op-Ed. A Gazeta C1-2. 5 April. Rio Branco, Acre, Brazil.

Butterfield, B.J., A.L. Camhi, R.L. Rubin, and C.R. Schwalm. 2016. Tradeoffs and compatibilities among ecosystem services: Biological, physical and economic drivers of multifunctionality. Advances in Ecological Research. doi:10.1016/bs.aecr.2015.09.002

Carbone, M.S., A.D. Richardson, M. Chen, E.A. Davidson, H. Hughes, K.E. Savage, and D.Y. Hollinger. 2016. Constrained partitioning of autotrophic and heterotrophic respiration reduces model uncertainties of forest ecosystem carbon fluxes but not stocks. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences. doi:10.1002/2016JG003386

Castanho, A.D.A, D. Galbraith, K. Zhang, M.T. Coe, M.H Costa, and P. Moorcroft. 2016. Changing Amazon biomass and the role of atmospheric CO2 concentration, climate, and land useGlobal Biogeochemical Cycles. doi:10.1002/2015GB005135

Cervarich, M., S. Shu, A.K. Jain, A. Arneth, J. Canadell, P. Friedlingstein, R.A. Houghton, E. Kato, C. Koven, P. Patra, B. Poulter, S. Sitch, B. Stocker, N. Viovy, A. Wiltshire and N. Zeng. 2016. The terrestrial carbon budget of South and Southeast AsiaEnvironmental Research Letters 11.105006. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/10/105006

Coe, M.T., M.N. Macedo, P.M. Brando, P. Lefebvre, P. Panday, and D. Silvério. 2016. Hydrology and energy balance of the Amazon. In Interactions between Biosphere, Atmosphere and Human Land Use in the Amazon Basin, ed. L. Nagy, B. Forsberg, and P. Artaxo, 35-53. Ecological Studies: Analysis and Synthesis 227. Springer Verlag, Berlin. doi:10.1007/978-3-662-49902-3

Crosby, S.C., D. Sax, M.E. Palmer, H.S. Booth, L.A. Deegan, M.D. Bertness, and H.M. Leslie. 2016. Salt marsh persistence is threatened by predicted sea-level rise. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 181:93-99. doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2016.08.018

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Holden, S.R., B.M. Rogers, K.K. Treseder, and J.T. Randerson. 2016. Fire severity influences the response of soil microbes to a boreal forest fireEnvironmental Research Letters 11(3):035004. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/3/035004

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Jantz, P., W.B. Monahan, A.J. Hansen, B.M. Rogers, S. Zolkos, T. Cormier, and S. Goetz. 2016. Chapter 8. Modeling Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Vegetation for National Parks in the Eastern United States. In Climate Change in Wildlands: Pioneering Approaches to Science and Management, ed. A.J. Hansen, W. Monahan, D.M. Theobald, and S.T. Olliff. Washington, DC: Island Press.

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