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Publications Citing NPP Multi-Biome: Gridded Estimates for Selected Regions Worldwide, 1954-1998, R3

The following 18 publications cited the product NPP Multi-Biome: Gridded Estimates for Selected Regions Worldwide, 1954-1998, R3.

Year Citation
2015 Ardo, J. 2015. Comparison between remote sensing and a dynamic vegetation model for estimating terrestrial primary production of Africa. Carbon Balance and Management. 10(1):
2014 Zhang, W., C. Jansson, P.A. Miller, B. Smith, and P. Samuelsson. 2014. Biogeophysical feedbacks enhance the Arctic terrestrial carbon sink in regional Earth system dynamics. Biogeosciences. 11(19):5503-5519.
2013 Tachiiri, K., J.C. Hargreaves, J.D. Annan, C. Huntingford, and M. Kawamiya. 2013. Allowable carbon emissions for medium-to-high mitigation scenarios. Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology. 65(1):20586.
2013 Tyukavina, A., S.V. Stehman, P.V. Potapov, S.A. Turubanova, A. Baccini, S.J. Goetz, N.T. Laporte, R.A. Houghton, and M.C. Hansen. 2013. National-scale estimation of gross forest aboveground carbon loss: a case study of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Environmental Research Letters. 8(4):044039.
2013 Wu, F., X. Deng, F. Yin, and Y. Yuan. 2013. Projected Changes of Grassland Productivity along the Representative Concentration Pathways during 2010-2050 in China. Advances in Meteorology. 2013:1-9.
2012 TACHIIRI, K., A. ITO, T. HAJIMA, J.C. HARGREAVES, J.D. ANNAN, and M. KAWAMIYA. 2012. Nonlinearity of Land Carbon Sensitivities in Climate Change Simulations. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 90A:259-274.
2011 Lowrance, R., Anderson, W., Miguez, F., Strickland, T., Knoll, J., Sauer, T.; (2011). Landscape Management and Sustainable Feedstock Production: Enhancing Net Regional Primary Production while Minimizing Externalities. Chapter 1: Sustainable Feedstocks for Advanced Biofuels 1.
2011 Schulte, P., R. van Geldern, H. Freitag, A. Karim, P. Negrel, E. Petelet-Giraud, A. Probst, J.L. Probst, K. Telmer, J. Veizer, and J.A.C. Barth. 2011. Applications of stable water and carbon isotopes in watershed research: Weathering, carbon cycling, and water balances. Earth-Science Reviews. 109(1-2):20-31.
2010 Mao, J., L. Dan, B. Wang, and Y. Dai. 2010. Simulation and evaluation of terrestrial ecosystem NPP with M-SDGVM over continental China. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences. 27(2):427-442.
2010 Tian, H., G. Chen, M. Liu, C. Zhang, G. Sun, C. Lu, X. Xu, W. Ren, S. Pan, and A. Chappelka. 2010. Model estimates of net primary productivity, evapotranspiration, and water use efficiency in the terrestrial ecosystems of the southern United States during 1895-2007. Forest Ecology and Management. 259(7):1311-1327.
2008 Chuvieco, E. 2008. Satellite Observation of Biomass Burning. 109-142.
2007 Dan, L., J. Ji, and Y. He. 2007. Use of ISLSCP II data to intercompare and validate the terrestrial net primary production in a land surface model coupled to a general circulation model. Journal of Geophysical Research. 112(D2):
2006 van der Werf, G.R., J.T. Randerson, L. Giglio, G.J. Collatz, P.S. Kasibhatla, and A.F. Arellano. 2006. Interannual variability in global biomass burning emissions from 1997 to 2004. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 6(11):3423-3441.
2006 Zhu, W., Y. Pan, H. He, D. Yu, and H. Hu. 2006. Simulation of maximum light use efficiency for some typical vegetation types in China. Chinese Science Bulletin. 51(4):457-463.
2005 Izaurralde, R.C., A.M. Thomson, N.J. Rosenberg, and R.A. Brown. 2005. Climate Change Impacts for the Conterminous USA: An Integrated Assessment. Climate Change Impacts for the Conterminous USA. 107-126.
2005 Vazquez, L.B. and K.J. Gaston. 2005. People and mammals in Mexico: conservation conflicts at a national scale. Biodiversity and Conservation. 15(8):2397-2414.
2004 Tansey, K. 2004. Vegetation burning in the year 2000: Global burned area estimates from SPOT VEGETATION data. Journal of Geophysical Research. 109(D14):
2003 Lee, D. and J. Veizer. 2003. Water and carbon cycles in the Mississippi River basin: Potential implications for the Northern Hemisphere residual terrestrial sink. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 17(2):n/a-n/a.