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    • Effects of fire on regional evapotranspiration in the central Canadian boreal forest 

      Bond-Lamberty, Ben; Peckham, Scott D.; Ewers, Brent E.; Gower, Stith T. (2009)
      Changes in fire regimes are driving the carbon balance of much of the North American boreal forest, but few studies have examined fire-driven changes in evapotranspiration (ET) at a regional scale. This study used a version ...
    • Improved simulation of poorly drained forests using Biome-BGC 

      Ahl, Douglas E.; Gower, Stith T.; Bond-Lamberty, Ben (Tree Physiology, 2007)
      Summary Forested wetlands and peatlands are important in boreal and terrestrial biogeochemical cycling, but most general-purpose forest process models are designed and parameterized for upland systems. We describe changes ...
    • Reimplementation of the BIOME-BGC model to simulate successional change 

      Thornton, Peter E.; Ahl, Douglas E.; Gower, Stith T.; Bond-Lamberty, Ben (Heron Publishing, 2005)
      Biogeochemical process models are increasingly employed to simulate current and future forest dynamics, but most simulate only a single canopy type. This limitation means that mixed stands, canopy succession and understory ...