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Publications Citing NPP Multi-Biome: VAST Calibration Data, 1965-1998, R1

The following 14 publications cited the product NPP Multi-Biome: VAST Calibration Data, 1965-1998, R1.

Year Citation
2016 Trudinger, Cathy M.;Haverd, Vanessa;Briggs, Peter R.;Canadell, Josep G.; (2016) Interannual variability in Australias terrestrial carbon cycle constrained by multiple observation types.Biogeosciences. 13(23): 6363-6383.
2014 Kelley, D. I.; Harrison, S. P. and Prentice, I. C. (2014) Improved simulation of fire–vegetation interactions in the Land surface Processes and eXchanges dynamic global vegetation model (LPX-Mv1). Geosci. Model Dev. 7(5): 2411-2433. .
2014 Viscarra Rossel, Raphael A.;Webster, Richard;Bui, Elisabeth N.;Baldock, Jeff A.; (2014) Baseline map of organic carbon in Australian soil to support national carbon accounting and monitoring under climate change.Global Change Biology. 20 (9): 2953-2970.
2013 Haverd V., Raupach, M. R., Briggs, P. R., Canadell, J. G., Isaac, P., Pickett-Heaps, C., Roxburgh, S. H., van Gorsel, E., Viscarra Rossel, R. A., Wang, Z.; (2013) Multiple observation types reduce uncertainty in Australias terrestrial carbon and water cycles. Biogeosciences. 10 (3): 2011-2040.
2010 Hancock, G. R., Murphy, D., Evans, K. G.; (2010). Hillslope and catchment scale soil organic carbon concentration: An assessment of the role of geomorphology and soil erosion in an undisturbed environment. Geoderma. 155 (1-2): 36-45. ISBN: 0016-7061..
2010 Shoo, Luke P., Ramirez, Vanessa Valdez.; (2010). Global potential net primary production predicted from vegetation class, precipitation, and temperature: comment. Ecology. 91 (3): 921-923.
2009 Huston, MA.,Wolverton, S.; (2009). The global distribution of net primary production: resolving the paradox. Ecological Monographs. 79 (3): 343-377.
2008 Del Grosso, S., Parton, W., Stohlgren, T., Zheng, D., Bachelet, D., Prince, S., Hibbard, K., Olson, R.; (2008). GLOBAL POTENTIAL NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION PREDICTED FROM VEGETATION CLASS, PRECIPITATION, AND TEMPERATURE. Ecology. 89 (8): 2117-2126.
2006 Roxburgh, S. H., and I. D. Davies.; (2006). COINS: an integrative modelling shell for carbon accounting and general ecological analysis. Environmental Modelling and Software. 21 (3): 359-374.
2004 Roxburgh, S.H.; Barrett, D.J.; Berry, S.L.; Carter, J.O.; Davies, I.D.; Gifford, R.M.; Kirschbaum, M.U.F.; McBeth, B.P.; Noble, I.R.; Parton, W.G.; Raupach, M.R.; Roderick, M.L.; (2004). A critical overview of model estimates of net primary productivity for the Australian continent. 31 (11): 1043-1059.
2003 Hill, M. J.; Braaten, R.; McKeon, G. M.; (2003). A scenario calculator for effects of grazing land management on carbon stocks in Australian rangelands. Environmental Modelling & Software. 18 (7): 627-644.
2003 Medlyn, Belinda; Barrett, Damian; Landsberg,Joe; Sands,Peter; Clement,Robert; (2003). Corrigendum to: Conversion of canopy intercepted radiation to photosynthate: a review of modelling approaches for regional scales. Functional Plant Biology. 30 (7): 829.
2003 Wang, Y. P.; Barrett, D. J.; (2003). Estimating regional terrestrial carbon fluxes for the Australian continent using a multiple-constraint approach I. Using remotely sensed data and ecological observations of net primary production. Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology. 55 (2): 270-289.
2002 Barrett, Damian J.; (2002). Steady state turnover time of carbon in the Australian terrestrial biosphere. Global Biogeochem. Cycles. 16 (4): 1108.