OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Publications

2001
Law B.E., Goldstein AH, Anthoni P.M., Unsworth M.H., Panek J.A., Bauer M.R., Fracheboud J.M., Hultman N..  2001.  Carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange by young and old ponderosa pine ecosystems during a dry summer. Tree Physiology. 21:299-308.
Law B.E., Thornton P.E., Irvine J, Anthoni P.M., Van Tuyl S..  2001.  Carbon storage and fluxes in ponderosa pine forests at different developmental stages. Global Change Biology. 7:755-777.
Law B.E., Van Tuyl S., Cescatti A, Baldocchi D.D..  2001.  Estimation of leaf area index in open-canopy ponderosa pine forests at different successional stages and management regimes in Oregon. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 108:1-14.
Baldocchi D.D., Falge E., Gu L., Olson R., Hollinger D.Y., Running S., Anthoni P.M., Bernhofer C, Davis K.J., Evans R. et al..  2001.  FLUXNET: A new tool to study the temporal and spatial variability of ecosystem-scale carbon dioxide, water vapor, and energy flux densities. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 82(11):2415-2434.
Falge E., Baldocchi D.D., Olson R., Anthoni P.M., Aubinet M, Bernhofer C, Burba G, Ceulemans R., Clement R., Dolman H et al..  2001.  Gap filling strategies for defensible annual sums of net ecosystem exchange. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 107:43-69.
Falge E., Baldocchi D.D., Olson R., Anthoni P.M., Aubinet M, Bernhofer C, Burba G, Ceulemans R., Clement R., Dolman H et al..  2001.  Gap filling strategies for long term energy flux data sets. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 107:71-77.
Law B.E., Cescatti A, Baldocchi D.D..  2001.  Leaf area distribution and radiative transfer in open-canopy forests: implications for mass and energy exchange. Tree Physiology. 21:777-787.
Waring R.H., Law B.E..  2001.  The ponderosa pine ecosystem and environmental stress: past, present, and future. Tree Physiology. 21:273-274.
Law B.E., Kelliher F.M., Baldocchi D.D., Anthoni P.M., Irvine J, Moore D., Van Tuyl S..  2001.  Spatial and temporal variation in respiration in a young ponderosa pine forest during a summer drought. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 110:27-43.
Lobell D.B., Asner G.P., Law B.E., Treuhaft RN.  2001.  Subpixel canopy cover estimation of coniferous forests in Oregon using SWIR imaging spectrometry. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D6):5151-5160.
Williams M, Law B.E., Anthoni P.M., Unsworth M.H..  2001.  Use of a simulation model and ecosystem flux data to examine carbon-water interactions in ponderosa pine. Tree Physiology. 21:287-298.
2002
Davidson E.A., Savage K., Bolstad P, Clark D.A., Curtis P, Ellsworth D., Hanson P.J., Law B.E., Luo Y., Pregitzer K.S. et al..  2002.  Belowground carbon allocation in forests estimated from litterfall and IRGA-based soil respiration measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 113
Bowling D.R., McDowell N.G., Bond B.J., Law B.E., Ehleringer J.R..  2002.  C-13 content of ecosystem respiration is linked to precipitation and vapor pressure deficit. Oecologia. 131:113-124.
Irvine J, Law B.E..  2002.  Contrasting soil respiration in young and old-growth ponderosa pine forests. Global Change Biology. 8:1183-1194.
Wilson K., Goldstein AH, Falge E., Aubinet M, Baldocchi D.D., Berbigier P., Bernhofer C, Ceulemans R., Dolman H, Field C. et al..  2002.  Energy balance closure at FLUXNET sites. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 113:223-243.
Wilson K., Baldocchi D.D., Aubinet M, Berbigier P., Bernhofer C, Dolman H, Falge E., Field C., Goldstein AH, Granier A. et al..  2002.  Energy partitioning between latent and sensible heat flux during the warm season at FLUXNET sites. Water Resources Research. 38(12)
Law B.E., Falge E., Gu L., Baldocchi D.D., Bakwin P., Berbigier P., Davis K.J., Dolman A.J., Falk M, Fuentes JD et al..  2002.  Environmental controls over carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange of terrestrial vegetation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 113:97-120.
Treuhaft RN, Asner G.P., Law B.E., Van Tuyl S..  2002.  Forest leaf area density profiles from the quantitative fusion of radar and hyperspectral data. Journal of Geophysical Research. 107(D21)
Thornton P.E., Law B.E., Gholz H.L., Clark KL, Falge E., Ellsworth D., Goldstein AH, Monson R, Hollinger D.Y., Falk M et al..  2002.  Modeling and measuring the effects of disturbance history and climate and carbon and water budgets in evergreen and needleleaf forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 113:185-222.
Falge E., Tenhunen J., Baldocchi D.D., Aubinet M, Bakwin P., Berbigier P., Bernhofer C, Bonnefond JM, Burba G, Clement R. et al..  2002.  Phase and amplitude of ecosystem carbon release and uptake potentials as derived from FLUXNET measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 113:75-95.
Anthoni P.M., Unsworth M.H., Law B.E., Irvine J, Baldocchi D.D., Van Tuyl S., Moore D..  2002.  Seasonal differences in carbon and water vapor exchange in young and old-growth ponderosa pine ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 111:203-222.
Falge E., Baldocchi D.D., Tenhunen J., Aubinet M, Bakwin P., Berbigier P., Bernhofer C, Burba G, Clement R., Davis K.J. et al..  2002.  Seasonality of ecosystem respiration and gross primary production as derived from fluxnet measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 3046:1-22.
Lobell D.B., Asner G.P., Law B.E., Treuhaft RN.  2002.  View angle effects on canopy reflectance and spectral mixture analysis of coniferous forests using AVIRIS. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 23(11):2247-2262.
Irvine J, Law B.E., Anthoni P.M., Meinzer F.C..  2002.  Water limitations to carbon exchange in old-growth and young ponderosa pine stands. Tree Physiology. 22:189-196.
2003
Law B.E., Sun O.J., Campbell J, Van Tuyl S., Thornton P.E..  2003.  Changes in carbon storage and fluxes in a chronosequence of ponderosa pine. Global Change Biology. 9:510-524.
Turner DP, Guzy M., Lefsky M.A., Van Tuyl S., Osbert S., Daly C., Law B.E..  2003.  Effects of land use and fine-scale environmental heterogeneity on net ecosystem production over a temperate coniferous forest landscape. Tellus. 55B:657-668.
Reichstein M, Rey A., Freibauer A., Tenhunen J., Valentini R, Banza J., Casals P., Cheng Y., Grunzweig J.M., Irvine J et al..  2003.  Modeling temporal and large-scale spatial variability of soil respiration from soil water availability, temperature and vegetation productivity indices. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 17(4)
Hargrove W.W., Hoffman F.M., Law B.E..  2003.  New analysis reveals representativeness of the AmeriFlux network. Earth Observing System Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 84(48)
Bowling D.R., McDowell N.G., Welker J.M., Bond B.J., Law B.E., Ehleringer J.R..  2003.  Oxygen isotope content of CO2 in nocturnal ecosystem respiration: 2. Short-term dynamics of foliar and soil component fluxes in an old-growth ponderosa pine forest. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 17(4)
Bowling D.R., McDowell N.G., Welker J.M., Bond B.J., Law B.E., Ehleringer J.R..  2003.  Oxygen isotope content of CO2 in nocturnal ecosystem respiration: 1. Observations in forests along a precipitation transect in Oregon, USA. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 17(4)
Apps M., Artaxo P., Barrett D., Canadell J.G., Cescatti A, Churkina G., Ciais P, Cienciala E., Cox P., Field C. et al..  2003.  Science Statement on Current Scientific Understanding of the Processes Affecting Terrestrial Carbon Stocks and Human Influences upon Them.
Treuhaft RN, Asner G.P., Law B.E..  2003.  Structure-based forest biomass from fusion of radar and hyperspectral observations. Geophysical Research Letters. 30(9)
2004
Irvine J, Law B.E., Kurpius M.R., Anthoni P.M., Moore D., Schwarz P.A..  2004.  Age-related changes in ecosystem structure and function and effects on water and carbon exchange in ponderosa pine. Tree Physiology. 24:753-763.
Council NResearch.  2004.  Air Quality Management in the United States.
McDowell N.G., Bowling D.R., Schauer A., Irvine J, Bond B.J., Law B.E., Ehleringer J.R..  2004.  Associations between carbon isotope ratios of ecosystem respiration, water availability and canopy conductance. Global Change Biology. 10:1767-1784.
Pendall E., Bridgham S., Hanson P.J., Hungate BA, Kicklighter D.W., Johnson D.W., Law B.E., Luo Y., Megonigal J.P., Olsrud M. et al..  2004.  Below-ground process responses to elevated CO2 and temperature: a discussion of observations, measurement methods, and models. New Phytologist. 162:311-322.
Schwarz P.A., Law B.E., Williams M, Irvine J, Kurpius M.R., Moore D..  2004.  Climatic versus biotic constraints on carbon and water fluxes in seasonally drought-affected ponderosa pine ecosystems. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 18(GB4007)
Law B.E., Turner DP, Campbell J, Sun O.J., Van Tuyl S., Ritts WD, Cohen WB.  2004.  Disturbance and climate effects on carbon stocks and fluxes across Western Oregon USA. Global Change Biology. 10:1429-1444.
Campbell J, Sun O.J., Law B.E..  2004.  Disturbance and net ecosystem production across three climatically distinct forest landscapes. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 18(GB4017)
Sun O.J., Campbell J, Law B.E., Wolf V..  2004.  Dynamics of carbon stocks in soils and detritus across chronosequences of different forest types in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Global Change Biology. 10:1470-1481.
Treuhaft RN, Law B.E., Asner G.P..  2004.  Forest attributes from radar interferometric structure and its fusion with optical remote sensing. BioScience. 54(6):561-572.
Kelliher F.M., Ross D.J., Law B.E., Baldocchi D.D., Rodda N.J..  2004.  Limitations to carbon mineralization in litter and mineral soil of young and old ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 191:201-213.
Turner DP, Guzy M., Lefsky M.A., Ritts WD, Van Tuyl S., Law B.E..  2004.  Monitoring forest carbon sequestration with remote sensing and carbon cycle modeling. Environmental Management. 33(4):457-466.
McDowell N.G., Bowling D.R., Bond B.J., Irvine J, Law B.E., Anthoni P.M., Ehleringer J.R..  2004.  Response of the carbon isotopic content of ecosystem, leaf, and soil respiration to meteorological and physiological driving factors in a Pinus ponderosa ecosystem. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 18(GB1013)
Campbell J, Sun O.J., Law B.E..  2004.  Supply-side controls on soil respiration among Oregon forests. Global Change Biology. 10:1857-1869.
2005
Hibbard K.A., Law B.E., Reichstein M, Sulzman J..  2005.  An analysis of soil respiration across northern hemisphere temperate ecosystems. Biogeochemistry. 73:29-70.
Thornton P.E., Cook R.B., Braswell B.H., Law B.E., Post WM, Shugart H.H., Rhyne B.T., Hook L.A..  2005.  Archiving Numerical Models of Biogeochemical Dynamics. EOS. 86(44):431.
Coops N.C., Waring R.H., Law B.E..  2005.  Assessing the past and future distribution and productivity of ponderosa pine in the Pacific Northwest using a process model, 3-PG. Ecological Modelling. 183:107-124.
Loescher H.W., Ocheltree T., Tanner B., Swiatek E., Dano B., Wong J., Zimmerman G., Campbell J, Stock C., Jacobsen L. et al..  2005.  Comparison of temperature and wind statistics in contrasting environments among different sonic anemometer-thermometers. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 133:119-139.
Irvine J, Law B.E., Kurpius M.R..  2005.  Coupling of canopy gas exchange with root and rhizosphere respiration in a semi-arid forest. Biogeochemistry. 73:271-282.
Campbell J, Law B.E..  2005.  Forest soil respiration across three climatically distinct chronosequences in Oregon. Biogeochemistry. 73:109-125.
Williams M, Schwarz P.A., Law B.E., Irvine J, Kurpius M.R..  2005.  An improved analysis of forest carbon dynamics using data assimilation. Global Change Biology. 11:89-105.
Ryan M.G., Law B.E..  2005.  Interpreting, measuring, and modeling soil respiration. Biogeochemistry. 73:3-27.
Turner DP, Ritts WD, Cohen WB, Maeirsperger T.K., Gower S.T., Kirschbaum A.A, Running S., Zhao M., Wofsy S, Dunn A.L. et al..  2005.  Site-level evaluation of satellite-based global terrestrial gross primary production and net primary production monitoring. Global Change Biology. 11:666-684.
Van Tuyl S., Law B.E., Turner DP, Gitelman A.I..  2005.  Variability in net primary production and carbon storage in biomass across Oregon forests - an assessment integrating data from forest inventories, intensive sites, and remote sensing. Forest Ecology and Management. 209:273-291.
2006
Law B.E., Omasa K., Nouchi I., De Kok L.J..  2006.  Carbon dynamics in response to climate disturbance: Recent progress from multi-scale measurements and modeling in AmeriFlux. Plant Responses to Air Pollution and Global Change.
Law B.E., Turner DP, Lefsky M.A., Campbell J, Guzy M., Sun O.J., Van Tuyl S., Cohen WB, Wu J., Jones K.B. et al..  2006.  Carbon fluxes across regions: Observational constraints at multiple scales. Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology: Methods and Applications. :167-190.
Aranibar J.N., Berry J.A., Riley WJ, Pataki D.E., Law B.E., Ehleringer J.R..  2006.  Combining meteorology, eddy fluxes, isotope measurements, and modeling to understand environmental controls of carbon isotope discrimination at the canopy scale. Global Change Biology. 12:710-730.
Vickers D, Mahrt L..  2006.  Contrasting mean vertical motion from tilt correction methods and mass continuity. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 138:93-103.
Turner DP, Ritts WD, Styles J.M., Yang Z., Cohen WB, Law B.E., Thornton P.E..  2006.  A diagnostic carbon flux model to monitor the effects of disturbance and interannual variation in climate on regional NEP. Tellus. 58B:476-490.
Heinsch F.A., Zhao M., Running S., Kimball J, Nemani R.R., Davis K.J., Bolstad P, Cook B.D., Desai A.R., Ricciuto D.M. et al..  2006.  Evaluation of remote sensing based terrestrial productivity from MODIS using regional tower eddy flux network observations. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 44(7):1908-1925.
Donato D.C., Fontaine J.B., Campbell J, Robinson W.D., Kauffman J.B., Law B.E..  2006.  Post-wildfire logging hinders regeneration and increases fire risk. Science. 311
Loescher H.W., Law B.E., Mahrt L., Hollinger D.Y., Campbell J, Wofsy S.  2006.  Uncertainties in, and interpretation of, carbon flux estimates using the eddy covariance technique. Journal of Geophysical Research. 111(D21S90)
2007
Law B.E..  2007.  AmeriFlux network aids global synthesis. EOS Transactions. 88(28):286.
Miller G.R., Baldocchi D.D., Law B.E., Meyers T.  2007.  An analysis of soil moisture dynamics using multi-year data from a network of micrometeorological observation sites. Advances in Water Resources. 30:1065-1081.
Luyssaert S, Inglima I., Jung M, Richardson A.D., Reichstein M, Papale D, Piao S.L., Schulze E.-D, Wingate L., Matteucci G et al..  2007.  CO2 balance of boreal, temperate, and tropical forests derived from a global database. Global Change Biology. 13:2509-2537.
Yuan W, Liu S, Zhou G., Zhou G., Tieszen L.L., Baldocchi D.D., Bernhofer C, Gholz H.L., Goldstein AH, Goulden ML et al..  2007.  Deriving a light use efficiency model from eddy covariance flux data for predicting daily gross primary production across biomes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 143:187-207.
Magnani F., Mencuccini M., Borghetti M., Berbigier P., Berninger F., Delzon S., Grelle A., Hari P., Jarvis P., Kolari P. et al..  2007.  The human footprint in the carbon cycle of temperate and boreal forests. Nature. 447:848-850.
Birdsey R, Cook R.B., Denning W., Emanuel W., Griffith P., Law B.E., Masek JG, Michalak AM, Ogle S., Ojima D et al..  2007.  Investigators share improved understanding of the North American carbon cycle. EOS.
Misson L, Baldocchi D.D., Black T.A., Blanken P.D., Brunet Y., J. Yuste C, Dorsey J.R., Falk M, Granier A., Irvine M.R. et al..  2007.  Partitioning forest carbon fluxes with overstory and understory eddy-covariance measurements: A synthesis based on FLUXNET dat. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 144:14-31.
Luyssaert S, Janssens I.A., Sulkava M., Papale D, Dolman A.J., Reichstein M, Hollmen J., Martin J.G., Suni T., Vesala T et al..  2007.  Photosynthesis drives anomalies in net carbon-exchange of pine forests at different latitudes. Global Change Biology. 13:2110-2127.
Irvine J, Law B.E., Hibbard K.A..  2007.  Postfire carbon pools and fluxes in semiarid ponderosa pine in Central Oregon. Global Change Biology. 13:1748-1760.
Campbell J, Donato D.C., Azuma D.A., Law B.E..  2007.  Pyrogenic carbon emission from a large wildfire in Oregon, United States. Journal of Geophysical Research. 112(G04014)
Turner DP, Ritts WD, Law B.E., Cohen WB, Yang Z., Hudiburg T.W., Campbell J, Duane MV.  2007.  Scaling net ecosystem production and net biome production over a heterogeneous region in the western United States. Biogeosciences. 4:597-612.
Kennedy RE, Cohen WB, Schroeder T.A..  2007.  Trajectory-based change detection for automated characterization of forest disturbance dynamics. Remote Sensing of Environment. 110:370-386.
2008
Quaife T, Lewis P, De Kauwe MG, Williams M, Law B.E., Disney MI, Bowyer P..  2008.  Assimilating canopy reflectance data into an ecosystem model with an Ensemble Kalman Filter. Remote Sensing of Environment. 112:1347-1364.
Schmidt A, Klemm O.  2008.  Direct determination of highly size-resolved turbulent particle fluxes with the disjunct eddy covariance method and a 12-stage electrical low pressure impactor. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 8(24):7405-7417.
Thomas C, Martin J.G., Goeckede M., Siqueira M., Foken T., Law B.E., Loescher H.W., Katul G.  2008.  Estimating daytime subcanopy respiration from conditional sampling methods applied to multi-scalar high frequency turbulence time series. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 148:1210-1229.
Xiao J., Zhuang Q, Baldocchi D.D., Law B.E., Richardson A.D., Chen J, Oren R, Starr G, Noormets A, Ma S et al..  2008.  Estimation of net ecosystem carbon exchange for the conterminous United States by combining MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 148:1827-1847.
Goward S, Masek JG, Cohen WB, Moisen G., Collatz G.J., Healey S, Houghton RA, Huang C, Kennedy RE, Law B.E. et al..  2008.  Forest disturbance and North American carbon flux. EOS Transactions. 89(11):105-116.
Schmidt A, Wrzesinsky T., Klemm O.  2008.  Gap filling and quality assessment of CO2 and water vapour fluxes above an urban area with radial basis function neural networks. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 126(3):389-413.
Irvine J, Law B.E., Martin J.G., Vickers D.  2008.  Interannual variation in soil CO2 efflux and the response of root respiration to climate and canopy gas exchange in mature ponderosa pine. Global Change Biology. 14:2848-2859.
Luyssaert S, Schulze E.-D, Borner A., Knohl A, Hessenmoller D., Law B.E., Ciais P, Grace J.  2008.  Old-growth forests as global carbon sinks. Nature. 455:213-215.
Law B.E., Arkebauer T., Campbell J, Chen J, Sun O.J., Schwartz M., van Ingen C, Verma S.  2008.  Terrestrial Carbon Observations: Protocols for Vegetation Sampling and Data Submission.
Donato D.C., Fontaine J.B., Robinson W.D., Kauffman J.B., Law B.E..  2008.  Vegetation response to a short interval between high-severity wildfires in a mixed-evergreen forest. Journal of Ecology.
2009
Griessbaum F., Schmidt A.  2009.  Advanced tilt correction from flow distortion effects on turbulent CO2 fluxes in complex environments using large eddy simulation. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 135(643):1603-1613.
Nole A., Law B.E., Magnani F., Matteucci G, Ferrara A., Ripullone F., Borghetti M..  2009.  Application of the 3-PGS model to assess carbon accumulation in forest ecosystems at a regional level. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39:1647-1661.
Stoy PC, Richardson A.D., Baldocchi D.D., Katul G, Stanovick J., Mahecha M.D., Reichstein M, Detto M, Law B.E., Wohlfahrt G. et al..  2009.  Biosphere-atmosphere exchange of CO2 in relation to climate: a cross-biome analysis across multiple time scales. Biogeosciences Discussions. 6:4095-4141.
Fontaine J.B., Donato D.C., Robinson W.D., Law B.E., Kauffman J.B..  2009.  Bird communities following high-severity fire: Response to single and repeat fires in a mixed-evergreen forest, Oregon, USA. Forest Ecology and Management. 257:1496-1504.
Birdsey R, Bates N., Behrenfeld M., Davis K.J., Doney S., Feely R.A., Hansell D.A., Heath L.S., Kasischke ES, Kheshgi H. et al..  2009.  Carbon Cycle Observations: Gaps Threaten Climate Migration Policies. EOS. 90(34)
Campbell J, Alberti G., Martin J.G., Law B.E..  2009.  Carbon dynamics of a ponderosa pine plantation following a thinning treatment in the northern Sierra Nevada. Forest Ecology and Management. 257:453-463.
Hudiburg T.W., Law B.E., Turner DP, Campbell J, Donato D.C., Duane MV.  2009.  Carbon dynamics of Oregon and Northern California forests and potential land-based carbon storage. Ecological Applications. 19(1):163-180.
Donato D.C., Fontaine J.B., Campbell J, Robinson W.D., Kauffman J.B., Law B.E..  2009.  Conifer regeneration in stand-replacement portions of a large mixed-severity wildfire in the Klamath-Siskiyou Mountains. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 39:823-838.
van Gorsel E, Delpierre N, Leuning R, Black A., Munger J.W., Wofsy S, Aubinet M, Feigenwinter C., Beringer J., Bonal D et al..  2009.  Estimating nocturnal ecosystem respiration from the vertical turbulent flux and change in storage of CO2. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 149:1919-1930.
Meigs GW, Donato D.C., Campbell J, Martin J.G., Law B.E..  2009.  Forest fire impacts on carbon uptake, storage, and emission: The role of burn severity in the Eastern Cascades, Oregon. Ecosystems. 12:1246-1267.
Wang W., Ichii K., Hashimoto H., Michaelis A.R., Thornton P.E., Law B.E., Nemani R.R..  2009.  A hierarchical analysis of terrestrial ecosystem model Biome-BGC: Equilibrium analysis and model calibration. Ecological Modelling. 220:2009-2023.
Pacala S.W., Breidenich C., Brewer P.G., Fung I., Gunson M.R., Heddle G., Law B.E., Marland G, Paustian K., Prather M. et al..  2009.  Letter Report on the Orbiting Carbon Observatory. Committee on Methods for Estimating Greenhouse Gas Emissions.
Donato D.C., Campbell J, Fontaine J.B., Law B.E..  2009.  Quantifying char in postfire woody detritus inventories. Fire Ecology. 5(2):104-115.
Vickers D, Thomas C, Law B.E..  2009.  Random and systematic CO2 flux sampling errors for tower measurements over forests in the convective boundary layer. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 149:73-83.
Thomas C, Law B.E., Irvine J, Martin J.G., Pettijohn C, Davis K.J..  2009.  Seasonal hydrology explains interannual and seasonal variation in carbon and water exchange in a semiarid mature ponderosa pine forest in central Oregon. Journal of Geophysical Research. 114(G04006)
Vickers D, Thomas C, Martin J.G., Law B.E..  2009.  Self-correlation between assimilation and respiration resulting from flux partitioning of eddy-covariance CO2 fluxes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 149:1552-1555.
Beer C., Ciais P, Reichstein M, Baldocchi D.D., Law B.E., Papale D, Soussana JF, Ammann C, Buchmann N, Frank D. et al..  2009.  Temporal and among-site variability of inherent water use efficiency at the ecosystem level. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 23(GB2018)
Luyssaert S, Reichstein M, Schulze E.-D, Janssens I.A., Law B.E., Papale D, Dragoni D, Goulden ML, Granier A., Kutsch WL et al..  2009.  Toward a consistency cross-check of eddy covariance flux-based and biometric estimates of ecosystem carbon balance. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 23(GB3009)
2010
Göckede M., Michalak AM, Vickers D, Turner DP, Law B.E..  2010.  Atmospheric inverse modeling to constrain regional scale CO2 budgets at high spatial and temporal resolution. J. Geophys. Res.. 115(D15113)
Xiao J., Zhuang Q, Law B.E., Chen J, Baldocchi D.D., Cook DR, Oren R, Richardson A.D., Wharton S, Ma S et al..  2010.  A continuous measure of gross primary production for the conterminous U.S. derived from MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Remote Sensing of Environment. 114:576-591.
Ryu Y, Nilson T, Kobayashi H, Sonnentag O, Law B.E., Baldocchi D.D..  2010.  On the correct estimation of effective leaf area index: Does it reveal information on clumping effects? Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 150:463-472.
Amiro B., Barr A.G., Black T.A., Bracho R, Brown M, Chen J, Clark KL, Davis K.J., Desai A.R., Dore S et al..  2010.  Ecosystem carbon dioxide fluxes after disturbance in forests of North America. J. Geophys. Res.. 115(G00K02)
Fontaine J.B., Donato D.C., Campbell J, Martin J.G., Law B.E..  2010.  Effects of post-fire logging on forest surface air temperatures in the Siskiyou Mountains, Oregon, USA. Journal of Forestry. 83:477-482.
Duane MV, Cohen WB, Campbell J, Hudiburg T.W., Turner DP, Weyermann DL.  2010.  Implications of Alternative Field-Sampling Designs on Landsat-Based Mapping of Stand Age and Carbon Stocks in Oregon Forests. For. Sci.. 56(4):405–416.
Jung M, Reichstein M, Ciais P, Seneviratne S, Sheffield J, Goulden ML, Bonan GB, Cescatti A, Chen J, de Jeu R et al..  2010.  Recent decline in the global land evapotranspiration trend due to limited moisture supply. Nature. 467:951-954.
Janssens I.A., Dieleman W, Luyssaert S, Subke JA, Reichstein M, Ceulemans R., Ciais P, Dolman A.J., Grace J, Matteucci G et al..  2010.  Reduction of forest soil respiration in response to nitrogen deposition. Nature Geoscience. 3:315-322.
Gu L, Pallardy S.G., Tu K., Law B.E., Wullschleger SD.  2010.  Reliable estimation of biochemical parameters from C3 leaf photosynthesis- intercellular carbon dioxide response curves. Plant, Cell and Environment. 33:1852-1874.
Vickers D, Thomas C, Martin J.G., Law B.E..  2010.  Reply to the Comment on Vickers et al. (2009): Self-correlation between assimilation and respiration resulting from flux partitioning of eddy-covariance CO2 fluxes. Agric. For. Meteorol.. 150:315-317.
Göckede M., Turner DP, Michalak AM, Vickers D, Law B.E..  2010.  Sensitivity of a sub-regional scale atmospheric inverse CO2 modeling framework to boundary conditions. J. Geophys. Res.. 115(D24112)
Vickers D, Göckede M., Law B.E..  2010.  Uncertainty estimates for 1-hour averaged turbulence fluxes of carbon dioxide, latent heat and sensible heat. Tellus: Series B. 62:87-99.
[Anonymous].  2010.  Verifying Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Methods to Support International Climate Agreements. :402pp.
2011
Xiao J., Zhuang Q, Law B.E., Baldocchi D.D., Chen J, Richardson A.D., Melillo JM, Davis K.J., Hollinger D.Y., Wharton S et al..  2011.  Assessing net ecosystem carbon exchange of U.S. terrestrial ecosystems by integrating eddy covariance flux measurements and satellite observations. Agric. For. Meteorol.. 151:60-69.
De Kauwe MG, Disney MI, Quaife T, Lewis P, Williams M.  2011.  An assessment of the MODIS collection 5 leaf area index product for a region of mixed coniferous forest. Remote Sensing of Environment. 115:767-780.
Schwalm CR, Williams C, Schaefer K., Arneth A, Bonal D, Buchmann N, Chen J, Law B.E., Lindroth A, Luyssaert S et al..  2011.  Assimilation exceeds respiration sensitivity to drought: A FLUXNET synthesis. Global Change Biology. 16:657-670.
Anderson RG, Canadell J.G., Randerson J, Jackson R.B., Hungate BA, Baldocchi D.D., Ban-Weiss GA, Bonan GB, Caldeira K, Cao L et al..  2011.  Biophysical considerations in forestry for climate protection. Frontiers in Ecology. 9(3):174–182.
Gelhausen E, Hinz K.-P, Schmidt A, Spengler B.  2011.  Characterization of vertical aerosol flows by single particle mass spectrometry for micrometeorological analysis. Atmospheric Research. 102:49-56.
Schmidt A, Hanson C.V., Kathilankal J.C., Law B.E..  2011.  Classification and assessment of turbulent fluxes above ecosystems in North-America with self-organizing feature map networks. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 151:508-520.
Turner DP, Ritts WD, Yang Z., Kennedy RE, Cohen WB, Duane MV, Thornton P.E., Law B.E..  2011.  Decadal trends in net ecosystem production and net ecosystem carbon balance for a regional socioecological system. Forest Ecology and Management. 262:1318-1325.
van der Molen MK, Dolman H, Ciais P, Eglin T, Gobron N, Law B.E., Meir P, Peters W, Phillips O, Reichstein M et al..  2011.  Drought and ecosystem carbon cycling. Agric. For. Meteorol.. 151:765-773.
Law B.E., Harmon M.  2011.  Forest Sector Carbon Management, Measurement and Verification, and Discussion of Policy Related to Climate Change. Carbon Management. 2(1):73-84.
Jung M, Reichstein M, Margolis H.A., Cescatti A, Richardson A.D., Arain M.A., Arneth A, Bernhofer C, Bonal D, Chen J et al..  2011.  Global patterns of land-atmosphere fluxes of carbon dioxide, sensible heat, and latent heat derived from eddy covariance, satellite, and meteorological observations. J. Geophys. Res.. 116(G00J07)
Rogers B.M., Neilson R.P., Drapek R, Lenihan JM, Wells J.R., Bachelet D, Law B.E..  2011.  Impacts of climate change on fire regimes and carbon stocks of the U.S. Pacific Northwest. J. Geophys. Res.. 116(G03037):1-13.
Ryu Y, Baldocchi D.D., Kobayashi H, van Ingen C, Li J, Black T.A., Beringer J., van Gorsel E, Knohl A, Law B.E. et al..  2011.  Integration of MODIS land and atmosphere products with a coupled-process model to estimate gross primary productivity and evapotranspiration from 1 km to global scales. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 25(GB4017)
Meigs GW, Turner DP, Ritts WD, Yang Z., Law B.E..  2011.  Landscape-Scale Simulation of Heterogeneous Fire Effects on Pyrogenic Carbon Emissions, Tree Mortality, and Net Ecosystem Production. Ecosystems. 14(5):758-775.
Halofsky JE, Donato D.C., Hibbs DE, Campbell J, Donaghy Cannon M, Fontaine J.B., Thompson JR, Anthony RG, Bormann BT, Kayes LJ et al..  2011.  Mixed-severity fire regimes: Lessons and hypotheses from the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion. Ecosphere. 2(4):art40.
French NHF, de Groot WJ, Jenkins LK, Rogers B.M., Alvarado E, Amiro B., de Jong B, Goetz SJ, Hoy E, Hyer E et al..  2011.  Model comparisons for estimating carbon emissions from North American wildland fire. J. Geophys. Res.. 116(G00K05):1-21.
Lee X, Goulden ML, Hollinger D.Y., Barr A.G., Black T.A., Bohrer G., Bracho R, Drake B, Goldstein AH, Gu L et al..  2011.  Observed increase in local cooling effect of deforestation at higher latitudes. Nature . 479:384-387.
Mitchell S, Beven K, Freer J, Law B.E..  2011.  Processes influencing model-data mismatch in drought-stressed, fire-disturbed eddy flux sites. J. Geophys. Res.. 116(G02008)
Masek JG, Cohen WB, Leckie D, Wulder MA, Vargas R, de Jong B, Healey S, Law B.E., Birdsey R, Houghton RA et al..  2011.  Recent rates of forest harvest and conversion in North America. J. Geophys. Res.. 116(G00K03):1-22.
Hudiburg T.W., Law B.E., Wirth C, Luyssaert S.  2011.  Regional carbon dioxide implications of forest bioenergy production. Nature Climate Change. 1(7):419–423.
Groenendijk M, Dolman A.J., Ammann C, Arneth A, Cescatti A, Dragoni D, Gash JHC, Gianelle D, Gioli B, Kiely G et al..  2011.  Seasonal variation of photosynthetic model parameters and leaf area index from global Fluxnet eddy covariance data. J. Geophys. Res.. 116(G04027)
Migliavacca M, Reichstein M, Richardson A.D., Colombo R, Sutton M, Lasslop G, Wohlfahrt G., Tomelleri E, Carvalhais N., Cescatti A et al..  2011.  Semi-empirical modeling of abiotic and biotic factors controlling ecosystem respiration across eddy covariance sites. Global Change Biology. 17:390-409.
Gonçalves FG, Santos JR, Treuhaft RN.  2011.  Stem volume of tropical forests from polarimetric radar. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 32(2):503-522.
Spadavecchia L, Williams M, Law B.E..  2011.  Uncertainty in predictions of forest carbon dynamics - separating driver error from model error. Ecological Applications. 21(5):1506–1522.
2012
Burba G, Schmidt A, Scott R.L., Nakai T, Kathilankal J.C., Gerardo FNI, Hanson C.V., Law B.E., McDermitt D.K., Eckles R et al..  2012.  Calculating CO2 and H2O eddy covariance fluxes from an enclosed gas analyzer using an instantaneous mixing ratio. Global Change Biology. 18:385–399.
Schmidt A, Law B.E., Hanson C.V., Klemm O.  2012.  Distinct global patterns of strong positive and negative shifts of seasons over the last 6 decades. Atmospheric and Climate Sciences. 2:76-88.
Ruehr NK, Martin J.G., Law B.E..  2012.  Effects of water availability on carbon and water exchange in a young ponderosa pine forest: above- and belowground responses. Agric. For. Meteorol.. 164:136-148.
Schmidt A, Hanson C.V., Chan WS, Law B.E..  2012.  Empirical assessment of uncertainties of meteorological parameters and turbulent fluxes in the AmeriFlux network. J. Geophys. Res.. 117(G04014)
Vicca S, Luyssaert S, Penuelas J, Campioli M, Chapin FS, Ciais P, Heinemeyer A, Hogberg P, Kutsch WL, Law B.E. et al..  2012.  Fertile forests produce biomass more efficiently. Ecology Letters. 15(6):520–526.
Vickers D, Thomas C, Pettijohn C, Martin J.G., Law B.E..  2012.  Five years of carbon fluxes and inherent water-use efficiency at two semi-arid pine forests with different disturbance histories. Tellus B . 64:17159.
Martin J.G., Phillips CL, Schmidt A, Irvine J, Law B.E..  2012.  High-frequency analysis of the complex linkage between soil CO2 fluxes, photosynthesis and environmental variables. Tree Physiology. 32(1):49-64.
Cescatti A, Marcolla B, Vannan SKS, Pan J.Y., Román MO, Yang X, Ciais P, Cook R.B., Law B.E., Matteucci G et al..  2012.  Intercomparison of MODIS albedo retrievals and in situ measurements across the global FLUXNET network. Remote Sensing of Environment. 121:323–334.
Schulze E.-D, Körner C, Law B.E., Haberl H, Luyssaert S.  2012.  Large-scale bioenergy from additional harvest of forest biomass is neither sustainable nor greenhouse gas neutral . Global Change Biology Bioenergy.
Schwalm CR, Williams C, Schaefer K., Baldocchi D.D., Black A., Goldstein AH, Law B.E., Oechel W, Paw KT, Scott R.L..  2012.  Loss of carbon uptake during the turn of the century drought in western North America. Nature Geoscience. 5:551-556.
Schaefer K., Schwalm CR, Williams C, Arain M.A., Barr A.G., Chen J, Davis K.J., Dimitrovs D, Hilton TW, Hollinger D.Y. et al..  2012.  A Model-Data Comparison of Gross Primary Productivity: Results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. J. Geophys. Res.. 117(G03010):15PP..
Vickers D, Irvine J, Martin J.G., Law B.E..  2012.  Nocturnal subcanopy flow regimes and missing carbon dioxide. Agric. For. Meteorol.. 152:101-108.
Goetz SJ, Bond-Lamberty B, Law B.E., Hicke JA, Huang C, Houghton RA, McNulty S, O'Halloran T.L., Harmon M, Meddens AJH et al..  2012.  Observations and assessment of forest carbon dynamics following disturbance in North America. J. Geophys. Res.. 117 (G2, G02022)
O'Halloran T.L., Law B.E., Goulden ML, Wang Z, Barr JG, Schaaf CB, Brown M, Fuentes JD, Göckede M., Black A. et al..  2012.  Radiative forcing of natural forest disturbances. Global Change Biology. 18(2):555–565.
Ryu Y, Baldocchi D.D., Black T.A., Detto M, Law B.E., Leuning R, Miyata A, Reichstein M, Vargas R, Ammann C et al..  2012.  On the temporal upscaling of evapotranspiration from instantaneous remote sensing measurements to 8-day mean daily-sums. Agric. For. Meteorol.. 152:212–222.
Nui S, Luo Y., Fei S, Yuan W, Schimel D, Ammann C, Arain M.A., Arneth A, Aubinet M, Barr A.G..  2012.  Thermal optimality of net ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide and underlying mechanisms. New Phytologist. 194(3):775–783.
Law B.E., Hudiburg T.W., Luyssaert S.  2012.  Thinning effects on forest productivity: Consequences of preserving old forests and mitigating impacts of fire and drought. Plant Ecology & Diversity.
Barr A.G., Richardson A.D., Hollinger D.Y., Papale D, Arain A, Black T.A., Bohrer G., Dragoni D, Fischer M, Gu L et al..  2012.  Use of change-point detection for friction velocity threshold evaluation in eddy covariance studies. Agric. For. Meteorol.. 171-172:31-45.
Chevallier F, Wang T, Ciais P, Maignan F, Bocquet M, Arain A, Cescatti A, Chen J, Dolman H, Law B.E. et al..  2012.  What eddy-covariance measurements tell us about prior land flux errors in CO2-flux inversion schemes. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 26 (GB1021)
2013
Sun Y., Gu L, Dickinson R.E., Pallardy S.G., Baker J., Cao Y., DaMatta F.M., Dong X, Ellsworth D., van Goethem D et al..  2013.  Asymmetrical effects of mesophyll conductance on fundamental photosynthetic parameters and their relationships estimated from leaf gas exchange measurements. Plant, Cell & Environment.
Ciais P, Dolman A.J., Bombelli A, Duren R, Peregon A, Rayner P.J., Miller C, Gobron N, Kinderman G, Marland G et al..  2013.  Current systematic carbon cycle observations and needs for implementing a policy-relevant carbon observation system. Biogeosciences. 11:3547-3602.
Novick KA, Walker J, Chan WS, Schmidt A, Sobek C, Vose JM.  2013.  Eddy covariance measurements with a new fast-response, enclosed-path analyzer: Spectral characteristics and cross-system comparisons. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 181:17–32.
Stoy PC, Dietze MC, Richardson A.D., Vargas R, Barr A.G., Anderson RS, Arain M.A., Baker I, Black T.A., Chen J et al..  2013.  Evaluating the agreement between measurements and models of net ecosystem exchange at different times and timescales using wavelet coherence: an example using data from the North American Carbon Program Site-Level Interim Synthesis. Biogeosciences. 10:6893-6909.
Hudiburg T.W., Law B.E., Thornton P.E..  2013.  Evaluation and improvement of the Community Land Model (CLM 4.0) in Oregon forests. Biogeosciences. 10:453-470.
Raczka B, Davis K.J., Huntzinger D, Neilson R.P., Poulter B, Richardson A.D., Xiao J., Baker I, Ciais P, Keenan TF et al..  2013.  Evaluation of continental carbon cycle simulations with North American flux observations. Ecological Monographs. 83:531–556.
Donato D.C., Fontaine J.B., Kauffman J.B., Robinson W.D., Law B.E..  2013.  Fuel mass and forest structure following stand-replacement fire and post-fire logging in a mixed-evergreen forest. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 22(5):652-666.
Heckman K, Campbell J, Powers H, Law B.E., Swanston C.  2013.  The impact of wildfire on soil organic C cycling in a mixed hardwood-evergreen forest. Fire Ecology. 9(2):40-56.
Hudiburg T.W., Luyssaert S, Thornton P.E., Law B.E..  2013.   Interactive effects of environmental change and management strategies on regional forest carbon emissions. Environmental Science & Technology. 47(22):13132-40.
Barr A.G., Ricciuto D.M., Schaefer K., Richardson A.D., Agarwal D, Thornton P.E., Davis K.J., Jackson B, Cook R.B., Hollinger D.Y. et al..  2013.  NACP Site: Tower Meteorology, Flux Observations with Uncertainty, and Ancillary Data.
Law B.E..  2013.  Nitrogen deposition and forest carbon. Nature News & Views. 496:307-308.
Law B.E., Hudiburg T.W., Luyssaert S.  2013.  Thinning effects on forest productivity: Consequences of preserving old forests and mitigating impacts of fire and drought. Plant Ecology & Diversity, John Grace Festschrift - Forest and Environment Special Issue. 6:73-85.
Thomas C, Martin J.G., Law B.E., Davis K.J..  2013.  Towards biologically meaningful net carbon exchange estimates for tall, dense canopies: multi-level eddy covariance observations and canopy coupling regimes in a mature Douglas-fir forest in Oregon. Agric. For. Meteorol.. 173:14-27.
2014
Sun Y., Gu L., Dickinson R.E., Pallardy S.G., Baker J., Cao Y., DaMatta F.M., Dong X, Ellsworth D., van Goethem D et al..  2014.  Asymmetrical effects of mesophyll conductance on fundamental photosynthetic parameters and their relationships estimated from leaf gas exchange measurements. Plant Cell and Environ.. 37:978-994.
Galloway J.N., Schlesinger W.H., Clark C.M., Grimm N.B., Jackson R.B., Law B.E., Thornton P.E., Townsend A.R., Martin R..  2014.  Ch. 15: Biogeochemical Cycles. Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment, J. M. Melillo, Terese (T.C.) Richmond, and G. W. Yohe, Eds., U.S. Global Change Research Program. :350-368.
Schmidt A, Suchaneck M..  2014.  Comparison and Optimization of Neural Networks and Network Ensembles for Gap Filling of Wind Energy Data.. Journal of Renewable Energy.
Xiao J., Ollinger S.V., Frolking S, Hurtt G.C., Hollinger D.Y., Davis K.J., Pan Y., Zhang X, Deng F, Chen J et al..  2014.  Data-driven diagnostics of terrestrial carbon dynamics over North America. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 197:142-157.
Kathilankal J.C., O'Halloran T.L., Schmidt A, Hanson C.V., Law B.E..  2014.  Development of a semi-parametric PAR Development of a semi-parametric PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation) partitioning model for the United States, version 1. Geoscientific Model Development. 7:2477-2484.
Song B., Niu S., Luo R., Luo Y., Chen J, Yu G., Olenjnik J., Wohlfahrt G., Kiely G, Noormets A et al..  2014.  Divergent apparent temperature sensitivity of terrestrial ecosystem respiration. Biogeosciences. 11:2185-2200.
Yuan W, Cai W, Xia J, Chen J, Liu S, Dong W, Merbold L., Law B.E., M Arain A, Beringer J. et al..  2014.  Global comparison of light use efficiency models for simulating terrestrial vegetation gross primary production based on the La Thuile database. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 192:108-120.
O'Halloran T.L., Acker S.A., Joerger V, Kertis J, Law B.E..  2014.  Post-fire influences of snag attrition on albedo and radiative forcing.. Geophysical Research Letters. 41
Law B.E..  2014.  Regional analysis of drought and heat impacts on forests: current and future science directions. Global Change Biology. 20:3595–3599.
Verma M, Friedl A, Richardson A.D., Kiely G, Cescatti A, Law B.E., Wohlfahrt G., Gielen B, Toscano P, Vaccari F.P. et al..  2014.  Remote sensing of annual terrestrial gross primary productivity from MODIS: an assessment using the FLUXNET La Thuile dataset. Journal of Plant Ecology. 7:419-428.
Schmidt A, Rella C.W., Göckede M., Hanson C.V., Yang Z., Law B.E..  2014.   Removing traffic emissions from CO2 time series measured at a tall tower using mobile measurements and transport modeling. Atmospheric Environment. 97:94-108.
2015
Law B.E., Waring R.H..  2015.  Carbon implications of current and future effects of drought, fire and management on Pacific Northwest forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 355:4-14.
Rogers B.M., Bachelet D, Draypek R.J., Law B.E., Neilson R.P., Wells J.R..  2015.  Drivers of Future Ecosystem Change in the US Pacific Northwest: The Role of Climate, Fire, and Nitrogen. Global Vegetation Dynamics: Concepts and Applications in the MC1 Model, D. Bachelet and D. Turner, Eds.
Verma M, Friedl M, Law B.E., Bonal D, Kiely G, Black T.A., Wohlfahrt G., Moors E.J., Montagnani L, Marcolla B et al..  2015.  Improving the performance of remote sensing models for capturing intra- and inter-annual variations in daily GPP: An analysis using global FLUXNET tower data. Agric. For. Meteorol. 214-215:416-429.
Migliavacca M, Reichstein M, Richardson A.D., Mahecha M.D., Cremonese E., Delpierre N, Galvagno M, Law B.E., Wohlfahrt G., Black T.A. et al..  2015.  Influence of physiological phenology on the seasonal pattern of ecosystem respiration in deciduous forests. Global Change Biology.
Law B.E., Berner L.T..  2015.  NACP TERRA-PNW: Forest Plant Traits, NPP, Biomass, Soil Properties, 1999-2014..
Wu X, Ju W, Zhou Y, He M, Law B.E., Black T.A., Margolis H.A., Cescatti A, Gu L, Montagnani L et al..  2015.  Performance of linear and nonlinear two-leaf light use efficiency models at different temporal scales. Remote Sensing. 7:2238-2278.
Berner L.T., Law B.E..  2015.  Water limitations on forest carbon cycling and conifer traits along a steep climatic gradient in the Cascade Mountains, Oregon. Biogeosciences. 12:6617-6635.
2016
Schmidt A, Law B.E., Göckede M., Hanson C.V., Yang Z., Conley S..  2016.  Bayesian optimization of the Community Land Model simulated biosphere-atmosphere exchange using CO2 observations from a dense tower network and aircraft campaigns over Oregon. Earth Interactions. 20:1-35.
Kim Y., Still C.J., Hanson C.V., Kwon H., Greer B.T., Law B.E..  2016.  Canopy skin temperature variations in relation to climate, soil temperature, and carbon flux at a ponderosa pine forest in central Oregon. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 226-227:161-173.
Wagle P., Xiao X., Kolb T, Law B.E., Wharton S, Monson R, Chen J, Blanken P.D., Novick KA, Dore S et al..  2016.  Differential responses of carbon and water vapor fluxes to climate among evergreen needleleaf forests in the United States. Ecological Processes. 5(8)
Berner L.T., Law B.E..  2016.  Plant traits, productivity, biomass and soil properties from forest sites in the Pacific Northwest, 1999-2014. Nature Scientific Data. 3:160002.
Wolf S., Keenan TF, Fisher J.B., Baldocchi D.D., Desai A.R., Richardson A.D., Scott R.L., Law B.E., Litvak M, Brunsell N.A. et al..  2016.  Warm spring reduced carbon cycle impact of the 2012 US summer drought. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113(21):5880-5885.
Haeni M., Zweifel R., Eugster W, Gessler A., Zielis S., Bernhofer C, Carrara A., Grunwald T., Havrankova K., Heinesch B. et al..  2016.  Winter respirattory C losses provide explanatory power for net ecosystem productivity. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biosciences. (122)