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Publications Citing ISLSCP II Ecosystem Rooting Depths

The following 8 publications cited the product ISLSCP II Ecosystem Rooting Depths.

Year Citation
2020 Tian, X., F. Minunno, T. Cao, M. Peltoniemi, T. Kalliokoski, and A. Makela. 2020. Extending the range of applicability of the semi-empirical ecosystem flux model PRELES for varying forest types and climate. Global Change Biology. 26(5):2923-2943.
2016 Wang-Erlandsson, L., W.G.M. Bastiaanssen, H. Gao, J. Jagermeyr, G.B. Senay, A.I.J.M. van Dijk, J.P. Guerschman, P.W. Keys, L.J. Gordon, and H.H.G. Savenije. 2016. Global root zone storage capacity from satellite-based evaporation. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 20(4):1459-1481.
2016 Yang, Y., R.J. Donohue, and T.R. McVicar. 2016. Global estimation of effective plant rooting depth: Implications for hydrological modeling. Water Resources Research. 52(10):8260-8276.
2014 Bevan, S.L., S.O. Los, and P.R.J. North. 2014. Response of vegetation to the 2003 European drought was mitigated by height. Biogeosciences. 11(11):2897-2908.
2014 Wagner, F., V. Rossi, M. Aubry-Kientz, D. Bonal, H. Dalitz, R. Gliniars, C. Stahl, A. Trabucco, and B. Herault. 2014. Pan-Tropical Analysis of Climate Effects on Seasonal Tree Growth. PLoS ONE. 9(3):e92337.
2012 Astitha, M., J. Lelieveld, M. Abdel Kader, A. Pozzer, and A. de Meij. 2012. Parameterization of dust emissions in the global atmospheric chemistry-climate model EMAC: impact of nudging and soil properties. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 12(22):11057-11083.
2011 Jarvis, N.J. 2011. Simple physics-based models of compensatory plant water uptake: concepts and eco-hydrological consequences. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions. 8(4):6789-6831.
2011 van Wijk, M.T. 2011. Understanding plant rooting patterns in semi-arid systems: an integrated model analysis of climate, soil type and plant biomass. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 20(2):331-342.