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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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, Mahrt L..  2006.  Contrasting mean vertical motion from tilt correction methods and mass continuity. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 138:93-103.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Vynne C.V., Dovichin E., Fresco N., Dawson N., Joshi A., Law B.E., Lertzman K., Rupp S., Schmiegelow F., Trammell E.J..  2021.  The importance of Alaska for climate stabilization, resilience and biodiversity conservation. Frontiers in Forests & Global Change.