North American Carbon Project

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01/01/2014:   Assessment of North American Industrial Forests: Disturbances, Biomass Extraction, and Growth Vigor
06/01/2009:   Modeling Strategies for Adaptation to Linked Climate and Land Use Change in the United States
01/01/2005:   Responses of Coastal Waters to Terrestrial Inputs of Elemental CNP in Urbanizing Coastal Regions
01/01/2004:   Forest Woody Biomass Carbon Estimates of North America from Synergistic Analysis of MODIS, MISR, and JERS Data in Support of the North American Carbon Program
01/01/2004:   Multi-Scale Remote Assessment of Land-Surface Hydrologic Response to Natural and Anthropogenic Stressors:  A Case Study in the Florida Everglades
01/01/2004:   Quantifying Changes in Carbon Pools with Shrub Invasion of Desert Grasslands Using Multi-Angle Data from EOS Terra and Aqua
01/01/2004:   Spatial Patterns of Forest Disturbance and Consequences for Regional Water Quality
01/01/2001:   Developing Land Cover Scenarios in Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Michigan, USA:  A Stochastic Simulation Approach
01/01/2001:   Effect of Land Use, Soils, and Human Populations on Export of Water, C, N, and P from the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain
01/01/2001:   Fire, Land Cover and Climate Change: Impacts on River Flows in Semiarid Shrubland Watersheds
01/01/2001:   Land Use, Carbon, and Water in the Uplands of Southeastern North America
01/01/2001:   Regional NPP and Carbon Stocks in Southwestern USA Rangelands: Land-Use Impacts on the Grassland-Woodland Balance
01/01/2001:   Scaling Up the Ecosystem Consequences of Forest Expansion in the Great Plains Region:  A Renewal Proposal
01/01/2001:   The Role of Land Cover Change in High Latitude Ecosystems: Implications for Carbon Budgets of North America
09/22/2000:   Changing Landscapes of Rural America.
01/01/2000:   Assessing Future Stability of US High Plains Land-Cover: Integration of Process Modeling with Landsat, In Situ Modern and Paleoclimatic Data
01/01/2000:   Development Sprawl Impacts on the Terrestrial Carbon Dynamics of the United States
01/01/2000:   Fires and Emissions from Temperate and Boreal Ecosystems in North America: Past, Present, and Future
01/01/2000:   Hierarchical Investigation of Socioeconomic Drivers of Decadal Scale Land-Cover Changes in the Upper Midwest
01/01/2000:   Land-Use and Land-Cover Change: Decadal-Scale Dynamics of Land Ownership Land Management and Carbon Storage Patterns in the Southeastern Lower Coastal Plain Region of the U.S.
01/01/2000:   Mapping and Modeling Forest Change in a Boreal Landscape
01/01/2000:   Measuring Human Impacts on the Biodiversity of Ecosystems
01/01/2000:   Modeling Carbon Dynamics and Their Economic Implications in Two Forest Regions: Pacific Northwestern USA and Northwestern Russia: Part 2
01/01/2000:   Monitoring Boreal Landcover and Ecosystem Dynamics at Regional Scales using Integrated Spaceborne Radar Remote Sensing and Ecological Modeling
01/01/2000:   Monitoring Forest Response to Past and Future Global Change in Greater Yellowstone