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Berner L.T., Law B.E., Hudiburg T.W..  2017.  Water availability limits tree productivity, carbon stocks, and carbon residence time in mature forests across the western US. Biogeosciences. 14:365-378.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Buotte P.C., Levis S., Law B.E., Hudiburg T.W., Rupp D.E., Kent J.J..  2019.  Near-future vulnerability to drought and fire varies across the western United States. Global Change Biology. 25:290-303.
Buotte P.C., Levis S., Law B.E., Hudiburg T.W., Rupp D.E., Kent J.J..  2018.  Near-future forest vulnerability to drought and fire varies across the western US. Global Change Biology. 25
Hudiburg T.W., Law B.E., Moomaw W.R., Harmon M, Stenzel J.E..  2019.  Meeting GHG reduction targets requires accounting for all forest sector emissions. Env. Res. Lett. 14:095005.
Law B.E., Hudiburg T.W., Berner L.T., Kent J.J., Buotte P.C., Harmon M.  2018.  Land use strategies to mitigate climate change in carbon dense temperate forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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.
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.
Stenzel J.E., Bartowitz K.J., Hartman M.D., Lutz J.A., Kolden C.A., Smith A.M.S., Law B.E., Swanson M.E., Larson A.J., Parton W.J. et al..  2019.  Fixing a snag in carbon emissions estimates from wildfires. Global Change Biology. 25
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.
Law B.E., Moomaw W.R., Hudiburg T.W., Schlesinger W.H., Ripple W.J..  2022.  Creating Strategic Reserves to Protect Forest Carbon and Reduce Biodiversity Losses in the United States. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change. 5
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.