Collatz, George James

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  1. Liu J, Bowman K, Lee M, Henze D, Bousserez N, Brix H, Collatz G, Menemenlis D, Ott L, Pawson S, Jones D, Nassar R. CARBON MONITORING SYSTEM FLUX ESTIMATION AND ATTRIBUTION: IMPACT OF ACOS-GOSAT X-CO2 SAMPLING ON THE INFERENCE OF TERRESTRIAL BIOSPHERIC SOURCES AND SINKS. Tellus Ser. B-Chem. Phys. Meteorol. 2014;66 18.
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  2. Lin H, McCarty J, Wang D, Rogers B, Morton D, Collatz G, Jin Y, Randerson J. MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CONTRIBUTIONS TO SATELLITE-DERIVED ACTIVE FIRE TRENDS IN THE CONTIGUOUS UNITED STATES. J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosci. 2014;119 (4):645-660.
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  3. Zeng F, Collatz G, Pinzon J, Ivanoff A. EVALUATING AND QUANTIFYING THE CLIMATE-DRIVEN INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN GLOBAL INVENTORY MODELING AND MAPPING STUDIES (GIMMS) NORMALIZED DIFFERENCE VEGETATION INDEX (NDVI3G) AT GLOBAL SCALES. Remote Sens. 2013;5 (8):3918-3950.
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  4. Williams C, Collatz G, Masek J, Huang C, Goward S. IMPACTS OF DISTURBANCE HISTORY ON FOREST CARBON STOCKS AND FLUXES: MERGING SATELLITE DISTURBANCE MAPPING WITH FOREST INVENTORY DATA IN A CARBON CYCLE MODEL FRAMEWORK. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2013;in press
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  5. Chen Y, Morton D, Jin Y, Collatz G, Kasibhatla P, van der Werf G, DeFries R, Randerson J. LONG-TERM TRENDS AND INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY OF FOREST, SAVANNA AND AGRICULTURAL FIRES IN SOUTH AMERICA. Carbon Manag. 2013;4 (6):617-638.
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  6. Hilker T, Hall F, Coops N, Collatz J, Black T, Tucker C, Sellers P, Grant N. REMOTE SENSING OF TRANSPIRATION AND HEAT FLUXES USING MULTI-ANGLE OBSERVATIONS. Remote Sensing of Environment. 2013;137 31-42.
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  7. Morton D, Le Page Y, DeFries R, Collatz G, Hurtt G. UNDERSTOREY FIRE FREQUENCY AND THE FATE OF BURNED FORESTS IN SOUTHERN AMAZONIA. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. B-Biol. Sci. 2013;368 (1619 SI):8.
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  8. Williams C, Collatz G, Masek J, Goward S. CARBON CONSEQUENCES OF FOREST DISTURBANCE AND RECOVERY ACROSS THE CONTERMINOUS UNITED STATES. Glob. Biogeochem. Cycle. 2012;26 13.
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  9. Ghimire B, Williams C, Collatz G, Vanderhoof M. FIRE-INDUCED CARBON EMISSIONS AND REGROWTH UPTAKE IN WESTERN U.S. FORESTS: DOCUMENTING VARIATION ACROSS FOREST TYPES, FIRE SEVERITY, AND CLIMATE REGIONS. J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosci. 2012;117 29.
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  10. Houweling S, Badawy B, Baker D, Basu S, Belikov D, Bergamaschi P, Bousquet P, Broquet G, Butler T, Canadell J, Chen J, Chevallier F, Ciais P, Collatz G, Denning S, Engelen R, Enting I, Fischer M, Fraser A, Gerbig C, Gloor M, Jacobson A, Jones D, Heimann M, Khalil A, Kaminski T, Kasibhatla P, Krakauer N, Krol M, Maki T, Maksyutov S, Manning A, Meesters A, Miller J, Palmer P, Patra P, Peters W, Peylin P, Poussi Z, Prather M, Randerson J, Rockmann T, Rodenbeck C, Sarmiento J, Schimel D, Scholze M, Schuh A, Suntharalingam P, Takahashi T, Turnbull J, Yurganov L, Vermeulen A. ICONIC CO2 TIME SERIES AT RISK. Science. 2012;337 (6098):1038-1040.
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  11. Mu M, Randerson J, van der Werf G, Giglio L, Kasibhatla P, Morton D, Collatz G, DeFries R, Hyer E, Prins E, Griffith D, Wunch D, Toon G, Sherlock V, Wennberg P. DAILY AND 3-HOURLY VARIABILITY IN GLOBAL FIRE EMISSIONS AND CONSEQUENCES FOR ATMOSPHERIC MODEL PREDICTIONS OF CARBON MONOXIDE. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2011;116 19.
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  12. Schwalm C, Williams C, Schaefer K, Baker I, Collatz G, Roedenbeck C. DOES TERRESTRIAL DROUGHT EXPLAIN GLOBAL CO(2) FLUX ANOMALIES INDUCED BY EL NINO?. Biogeosciences. 2011;8 (9):2493-2506.
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  13. Chen Y, Randerson J, Morton D, DeFries R, Collatz G, Kasibhatla P, Giglio L, Jin Y, Marlier M. FORECASTING FIRE SEASON SEVERITY IN SOUTH AMERICA USING SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES. Science. 2011;334 (6057):787-791.
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  14. Giglio L, Randerson J, van der Werf G, Kasibhatla P, Collatz G, Morton D, DeFries R. ASSESSING VARIABILITY AND LONG-TERM TRENDS IN BURNED AREA BY MERGING MULTIPLE SATELLITE FIRE PRODUCTS. Biogeosciences. 2010;7 (3):1171-1186.
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  15. Carvalhais N, Reichstein M, Collatz G, Mahecha M, Migliavacca M, Neigh C, Tomelleri E, Benali A, Papale D, Seixas J. DECIPHERING THE COMPONENTS OF REGIONAL NET ECOSYSTEM FLUXES FOLLOWING A BOTTOM-UP APPROACH FOR THE IBERIAN PENINSULA. Biogeosciences. 2010;7 (11):3707-3729.
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  16. van der Werf G, Randerson J, Giglio L, Collatz G, Mu M, Kasibhatla P, Morton D, DeFries R, Jin Y, van Leeuwen T. GLOBAL FIRE EMISSIONS AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF DEFORESTATION, SAVANNA, FOREST, AGRICULTURAL, AND PEAT FIRES (1997-2009). Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2010;10 (23):11707-11735.
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  17. Carvalhais N, Reichstein M, Ciais P, Collatz G, Mahecha M, Montagnani L, Papale D, Rambal S, Seixas J. IDENTIFICATION OF VEGETATION AND SOIL CARBON POOLS OUT OF EQUILIBRIUM IN A PROCESS MODEL VIA EDDY COVARIANCE AND BIOMETRIC CONSTRAINTS. Glob. Change Biol. 2010;16 (10):2813-2829.
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  18. Bounoua L, Hall F, Sellers P, Kumar A, Collatz G, Tucker C, Imhoff M. QUANTIFYING THE NEGATIVE FEEDBACK OF VEGETATION TO GREENHOUSE WARMING: A MODELING APPROACH. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2010;37 5.
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  19. van der Werf G, Morton D, DeFries R, Olivier J, Kasibhatla P, Jackson R, Collatz G, Randerson J. CO2 EMISSIONS FROM FOREST LOSS. Nat. Geosci. 2009;2 (11):737-738.
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  20. van der Werf G, Morton D, DeFries R, Giglio L, Randerson J, Collatz G, Kasibhatla P. ESTIMATES OF FIRE EMISSIONS FROM AN ACTIVE DEFORESTATION REGION IN THE SOUTHERN AMAZON BASED ON SATELLITE DATA AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODELLING. Biogeosciences. 2009;6 (2):235-249.
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