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Terrestrial Ecosystem Science

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Expanding the Use of Plant Trait Observations and Ecological Theory in Earth System Models (2015)

Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental System Science: Modeling Frameworks, Data Management, and Scientific Workflows (2015)

Building Virtual Ecosystems: Computational Challenges for Mechanistic Modeling of Terrestrial Environments (2015)

Data-Model Needs for Belowground Ecology: A Summary Report from the Terrestrial Ecosystem Science Mini-Workshop (2014)

Scaling Root Processes: Global Impacts (2013)

Research Priorities for Tropical Ecosystems Under Climate Change (2012)

GOAmazon2014 Workshop Report (2011)

Climate Change Experiments in High-Latitude Ecosystems (2010)

Ecosystem Experiments: Understanding Climate Change Impacts on Ecosystems and Feedbacks to the Physical Climate (2008)

Community Modeling and Long-Term Predictions of the Integrated Water Cycle (Report from Sept. 2012 Workshop)

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Meet FRED: A Global Fine-Root Ecology Database
A global Fine-Root Ecology Database to improve belowground understanding and modeling.


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Expanding the Use of Plant Trait Observations and Ecological Theory in Earth System Models [05/16]



Building a Cyberinfrastructure for Environmental System Science: Modeling Frameworks, Data Management, and Scientific Workflows [10/15]




Building Virtual Ecosystems: Computational Challenges for Mechanistic Modeling of Terrestrial Environments [2/15]



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