Research Highlights

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Publication Datesort ascending Title Contact Institution
09/2019 The Enhancement of the Terrestrial Carbon Sink by CO2 Fertilization Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Expansion of High-Latitude Deciduous Plants Driven by Interactions Between Climate Warming and Fire Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 The CO2 Fertilization Effect on Global Plant Biomass Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Amazon Forest Response to CO2 Fertilization Dependent on Plant Phosphorus Acquisition Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Improving Representation of Deforestation Effects on Evapotranspiration in the E3SM Land Model Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
07/2019 Representing Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Carbon Interactions in the E3SM Land Model: Development and Global Benchmarking Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2019 Model Verification for Multi-Physics Problems: Analysis in ELMv1 of Soil and Plant Hydraulics and Thermal Advection and Diffusion Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2019 Comparison with Global Soil Radiocarbon Observations Indicates Needed Carbon Cycle Improvements in the E3SM Land Model Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/2019 A First-Principle Based Theory Predicts Observed Moisture Sensitivity of Soil Heterotrophic Respiration Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/2019 Using Information Theory to Evaluate Directional Precipitation Interactions Over The West Sahel Region In Observations and Models Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
10/2018 Weaker Land–Climate Feedbacks From Nutrient Uptake During Photosynthesis-Inactive Periods Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
09/2018 Thinning Can Reduce Losses in Carbon Use Efficiency and Carbon Stocks in Managed Forests Under Warmer Climate Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory