BIOME-BGC References

Hunt, E.R. Jr, F.C. Martin, and S.W. Running
Simulating the effect of climatic variation on stem carbon accumulation of a ponderosa pine stand: comparison with annual growth increment data. Tree Physiol., 9, 161-172 (1991).
Knight, D.H., T.J. Fahey, and S.W. Running
Factors affecting water and nutrient outflow from lodgepole pine forests in Wyoming. Ecol.Monogr., 55, 29-48 (1985).
Korol, R.L., S.W. Running, K.S. Milner, and E.R. Hunt Jr
Testing a mechanistic carbon balance model against observed tree growth. Can.J.For.Res., 21, 1098-1105 (1991).
McLeod, S. and S.W. Running
Comparing site quality indices and productivity of ponderosa pine stands in western Montana. Can.J.For.Res., 18, 346-352 (1988).
Nemani, R.R. and S.W. Running
Testing a theoretical climate-soil-leaf area hydrologic equilibrium of forests using satellite data and ecosystem simulation. Agric.For.Met., 44, 245-260 (1989).
Pierce, L.L.
Scaling ecosystem models from watersheds to regions: tradeoffs between model complexity and accuracy. PhD dissertation, School of Forestry, Univ. of Montana, 146p (1993).
Running, S.W. and J.C. Coughlan
A general model of forest ecosystem processes for regional applications, I. Hydrologic balance, canopy gas exchange and primary production processes. Ecol.Model., 42, 125-154 (1988).
Running, S.W. and S.T. Gower
FOREST-BGC, a general model of forest ecosystem processes for regional applications, II. Dynamic carbon allocation and nitrogen budgets. Tree Physiol., 9, 147-160 (1991).
Running, S.W.
Testing FOREST-BGC ecosystem process simulations across a climatic gradient in Oregon. Ecol.Appl., 4, 238-247 (1994).
Vitousek, P.M., T. Fahey, D.W. Johnson, and M.J. Swift
Element interactions in forest ecosystems: succession, allometry, and input-output budgets. Biogeochem., 5, 7-34 (1988).
White, J.D. and S.W. Running
Testing scale dependent assumptions in regional ecosystem simulations. J.Veg.Sci., 5:687-702 (1994).

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