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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Climate Controls on the Variability of Fires in the Tropics and SubtropicsVAN DER WERF Guido R.; RANDERSON James T.; GIGLIO Louis; GOBRON Nadine; DOLMAN A. J.Articles in Journals
2007CO2 Balance of Boreal, Temperate, and Tropical Forests Derived from a Global DatabaseLUYSSAERT S.; INGLIMA I.; JUNG M.; RICHARDSON A.; REICHSTEIN M.; PAPALE D.; PIAO L.; SCHULZE D.; WINGATE L.; MATTEUCCI G., et alArticles in Journals
2013Current systematic carbon cycle observations and needs for implementing a policy-relevant carbon observing systemCIAIS P.; DOLMAN A. J.; BOMBELLI A.; DUREN R.; PEREGON A.; RAYNER P.; MILLER C.; GOBRON Nadine; KINDERMAN G.; MARLAND G., et alArticles in Journals
2011Drought and ecosystem carbon cyclingVAN DER MOLEN Michiel K.; DOLMAN A. J.; CIAIS P.; EGLIN T.; GOBRON Nadine; LAW Beverly; MEIR P.; PETERS W.; PHILLIPS O.l.; REICHSTEIN Markus, et alArticles in Journals
2010The European Carbon Balance. Part 4: Integration of Carbon and Other Trace-Gas FluxesSCHULZE E.d.; CIAIS P.; LUYSSAERT S.; SCHRUMPF M.; JANSSENS I. A.; THIRUCHITTAMPALAM B.; THELOKE Jochen; SAURAT M.; BRINGEZU S.; LELIEVELD J., et alArticles in Journals
2011Seasonal variation of photosynthetic model parameters and leaf area index from global Fluxnet eddy covariance dataGROENENDIJK M.; DOLMAN A. J.; AMMANN C.; ARNETH Almut; CESCATTI Alessandro; DRAGONI D.; GASH J.h.c.; GIANELLE Damiano; GIOLI B.; KIELY Gerald, et alArticles in Journals
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