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2016
Starr, G. et al. Carbon Dynamics of Pinus palustris Ecosystems Following Drought. Forests 7, 98 (2016).
Hoekman, D. et al. Design for mosquito abundance, diversity, and phenology sampling within the National Ecological Observatory Network. Ecosphere 7, e01320 (2016).
Hagstrom, S. & Broadwater, J. Generating passive NIR images from active LIDAR. SPIE Defense + SecurityLaser Radar Technology and Applications XXI (Turner, M. D. & Kamerman, G. W.) (SPIE, 2016). doi:10.1117/12.2223850 SPIE2016.pdf (1.52 MB)
Sierra, C. A., Malghani, S. & Loescher, H. W. Interactions among temperature, moisture, and oxygen concentrations in controlling decomposition rates. Biogeosciences Discussions 1 - 11 (2016). doi:10.5194/bg-2016-474
Thorpe, A. S. et al. Introduction to the sampling designs of the National Ecological Observatory Network Terrestrial Observation System. Ecosphere 7, e01627 (2016).
Kelly, E. F. & Loescher, H. W. NEON Reboot. BioScience 66, 711 - 711 (2016).
Kuhlman, M. R. et al. A New Engagement Model to Complete and Operate the National Ecological Observatory Network. The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 97, 283 - 287 (2016). Kuhlman_et_al-2016-The_Bulletin_of_the_Ecological_Society_of_America.pdf (80.44 KB)
Metzger, S. et al. Optimization of an enclosed gas analyzer sampling system for measuring eddy covariance fluxes of H2O and CO2. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 9, 1341 - 1359 (2016).
Hinckley, E. - L. S. et al. Optimizing Available Network Resources to Address Questions in Environmental Biogeochemistry. BioScience biw005 (2016). doi:10.1093/biosci/biw005
Elmendorf, S. C. et al. The plant phenology monitoring design for the national ecological observatory network. Ecosphere 7, (2016).
Johnson, K. A. Real Life Science with Dandelions and Project BudBurst. Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education 17, 115 - 116 (2016).
Kosmala, M. et al. Season Spotter: Using Citizen Science to Validate and Scale Plant Phenology from Near-Surface Remote Sensing. Remote Sensing 8, 726 (2016).
Hinckley, E. - L. S. et al. The soil and plant biogeochemistry sampling design for The National Ecological Observatory Network. Ecosphere 7, e01234 (2016).
Springer, Y. P. et al. Tick-, mosquito-, and rodent-borne parasite sampling designs for the National Ecological Observatory Network. Ecosphere 7, e01271 (2016).
Gallery, W. TM-007 User guide for locating NEON camera images. NEON Technical Memorandum Series (NEON, 2016). TM007-UserGuide_for_locating_NEON_Camera_Images.pdf (15.85 MB)
Brown, T. B. et al. Using phenocams to monitor our changing Earth: toward a global phenocam network. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14, 84 - 93 (2016).
2015
ørgensen, øgaard et al. Connecting people and ideas from around the world: global innovation platforms for next-generation ecology and beyond. Ecosphere 6, art68 (2015).
Whelan, A., Starr, G., Staudhammer, C. L., Loescher, H. W. & Mitchell, R. J. Effects of drought and prescribed fire on energy exchange in longleaf pine ecosystems. Ecosphere 6, art128 - art128 (2015).
Docherty, K. M. et al. Key Edaphic Properties Largely Explain Temporal and Geographic Variation in Soil Microbial Communities across Four Biomes. PLOS ONE 10, e0135352 (2015).
Ghabbour, E. A. et al. Measuring the Total and Sequestered Organic Matter Contents of Grassland and Forest Soil Profiles in the National Ecological Observatory Network Initiative. Soil Horizons 56, (2015). 2015 Ghabbour et al Soil Horizons.pdf (1.46 MB)
Metzger, S. et al. Optimization of a gas sampling system for measuring eddy-covariance fluxes of H2O and CO2. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques Discussions 8, 10983 - 11028 (2015).
Vaughan, A. Robert et al. Spatially resolved flux measurements of NOx from London suggest significantly higher emissions than predicted by inventories. Faraday Discuss. (2015). doi:10.1039/C5FD00170F
Serrano-Ortiz, P. et al. Surface-Parallel Sensor Orientation for Assessing Energy Balance Components on Mountain Slopes. Boundary-Layer Meteorology (2015). doi:10.1007/s10546-015-0099-4

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