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Moomaw W.R., Law B.E., Goetz S.J..  2020.  Focus on the role of forests and soils in meeting climate change mitigation goals: Summary. Environmental Research Letters.
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)
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.
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.
Mildrexler D, Berner L.T., Law B.E., Moomaw W.R..  2020.  Large Trees Dominate Carbon Storage in Forests East of the Cascade Crest in the United States Pacific Northwest. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change.
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.
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.
Migliavacca M., Musavi T., Mahecha M.D., Nelson J.A., Knauer J., Baldocchi D.D..  In Press.  The three major axes of terrestrial ecosystem function. Nature.
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.
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.
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)
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.
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.
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.
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.