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1)     Chen, J., J. Xu, R. Jensen, and J. Kabrick. Changes in aboveground biomass following alternative in oak-hickory forests in eastern USA. iForest (accepted)

2)     Abraha M., J. Chen, H. Chu, T. Zenone, R. John, Y.J. Su, S. K Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson. Evapotranspiration of annual and perennial biofuel crops in a variable climate. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy (accepted)

3)     Fan Y, J., Chen, R., Wu, D. Apul. 2014. A review of social life cycle analysis. In Muthu S (ed) Social life cycle assessment. Springer. accepted

4)     Chu, H., J. Gottgens, J. Chen, G. Sun, A. Desai, Z. Ouyang, C.Shao, K.Czajkowski. Climatic variability, hydrologic anomaly, and methane emission can turn productive freshwater marshes into net carbon sources.  Global Change Biology (accepted)

5)     Chen, J., R. John, Y. Zhang, C. Shao, D. G. Brown, O. Batkhishig, A. Amarjargal, Z. Ouyang, G. Dong, D. Wang, and J. Qi. Divergences of Two Coupled Human and Natural Systems on the Mongolia Plateau. Bioscience (accepted)

6)     Lafortezza, R, A. J. Tanentzap, M. Elia, R. John, G. Sanesi, and J. Chen.  2014. Prioritizing people when mitigating wildfire risks. Ecological Indicators 48: 342-347.

7)     Chen, J. and Y Liu.  2014.  Coupled natural and human systems: a landscape ecology perspective.  Landscape Ecology 29: 1641-1644.

8)     Song, B., S. Niu, R. Luo, Y. Luo, J. Chen,.G.Yu,J. Olejnik, G. Wohlfahrt, G. Kiely, Noormets, L. Montagnani, A. Cescatti,V. Magliulo, B. E. Law, M. Lund, A. Varlagin, A. Raschi, M. Peichl,M. B. Nilsson, and L. Merbold. Divergent apparent temperature sensitivity of terrestrial ecosystem respiration.  Journal of Plant Ecology. doi:10.1093/jpe/rtu014 (in press)

9)     Yuan, W.P., S.L. Liu, W.C. Cai, W.D. Dong, J. Chen, A.A. Arain, P.B. Blanken, A.C. Cescatti, W.G. Georg, T.G. Georgiadis, L.G. Genesio, D.G. Gianelle, A.G. Grelle, G.K. Kiely, A.K. Knohl, D.L. Liu, M.M. Marek, L.M. Merbold, L.M. Montagnani, O.P. Panferov, M.P. Peltoniemi, S.R. Rambal, A.R. Raschi, A.V. Varlagin, and J.X. Xia. 2013. Vegetation-specific model parameters are not required for estimating gross primary production? Ecological Modeling (accepted)

10) Liu, Y., Zhuang, Q., Pan, Z., Tchebakova, N., Kicklighter, D., Miralles, D., Chen, J.,Sirin, A., Melillo, J., Responses of evapotranspiration and water availability to the changing climate in Northern Eurasia. Climatic Change (accepted)

11) Liu, D., Y. Chen, W. Cai, W. Dong, J. Xiao, J. Chen, H. Zhang1, J. Xia, and W. Yuan. The contribution of China’s Grain for Green Program to carbon Sequestration. Landscape Ecology (accepted)

12) Fan, P., Y. Xie, J. Qi, J. Chen, and H. Huang. Vulnerability of the coupled natural and human systems in a changing environment: the evolution of Lanzhou’s urban landscape. Landscape Ecology (in press) [PDF].

13) Migliavacca, M., M. Reichstein, A. Richardson, M. Mahecha, E. Cremonese, N. Delpierre, M. Galvagno, B. Law, G. Wohlfahrt, A. Black, N. Carvalhais, G. Ceccherini, J. Chen, N. Gobron, E. Koffi, J. W. Munger, M. Robustelli, E. Tomelleri, A. Cescatti. Influence of physiological phenology on the seasonal pattern of ecosystem respiration in deciduous forests. Global Change Biology (accepted)

14) Yuan, W., D. Liu , W. Dong , S. Liu , G. Zhou, G. Yu , T. Zhao, J. Feng, Z. Ma , J. Chen, Y. Chen , S. Chen , S. Han, J. Huang, L. Li, H. Liu, S. Liu, M. Ma, Y.Wang, J. Xia, W. Xu , Q. Zhang, X. Zhao, and L.Zhao. Multiyear Precipitation Reduction Strongly Decreases Carbon Uptake over Northern China. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences (in press)

15) Bhardwaj, A. K., T. Zenone, and J. Chen.  Sustainable biofuels: An agro-ecological perspective.  Pages 1-20, In Bhardwaj, A. K., T. Zenone, and J. Chen (eds.) Sustainable Biofuels: An Ecological Assessment of Future Energy. HEP/DeGruyter, accepted

16) Yuan, WP, S.L. Liu, W.C. Cai, W.D. Dong, J.C. Chen, A.A. Arain, P.B. Blanken, A.C. Cescatti, W.G. Georg, T.G. Georgiadis, L.G. Genesio, D.G. Gianelle, A.G. Grelle, G.K. Kiely, A.K. Knohl, D.L. Liu, M.M. Marek, L.M. Merbold, L.M. Montagnani, O.P. Panferov, M.P. Peltoniemi, S.R. Rambal, A.R. Raschi, A.V. Varlagin, and J. X. Xia.  Are vegetation-specific model parameters required for estimating gross primary production? Geoscientific Model Development.  (in press)

17) Xie, J., G. Sun, H.Chu, J. Liu, S. G. McNulty, A. Noormets, R. John, Z. Ouyang, T. Zha, H. Li, W. Guan, and J. Chen*.  Long-term variability in water budget and its controls in an oak-dominated temperate forest.  Hydrological Processes (accepted)

18) Yao, Y., S. Lianga, X. Li, Y. Hong, J. B. Fishere, N. Zhang, J. Chen, J. Cheng, S. Zhao, X. Zhang, B. Jiang, L. Suni, K. Jia, K. Wang , Y. Chen, Q. Mu, and F.Feng.  Bayesian multi-model estimation of global terrestrial latent heat flux from eddy covariance, meteorological and satellite observations. , Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmosphere (accepted)

19) Chu, H, J. Chen , J. Gottgens , Z. Ouyang , R. John , K. P. Czajkowski , R. Becker. 2014. Net ecosystem CH4 and CO2 exchanges in a Lake Erie coastal marsh and a nearby cropland, Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 119, 722740, doi:10.1002/2013JG002520 [PDF].

20) Lutz, J.A., Larson, T. J. Furniss, J.A. Freund, M.E. Swanson, K.J. Bible, J. Chen, and J.F. Franklin. 2014. Density-dependent mortality in an old-growth Pseudotsuga-Tsuga forest. Ecology 95: 2047–2054. [PDF].

21) Zhang, F., R. John, G. Zhou, C. Shao, and J. Chen.  2014. Estimating canopy characteristics of Inner Mongolia’s grasslands from field spectrometry.  Remote Sensing 6: 2239-2254 doi:10.3390/rs60 [PDF].

22) Han*, J., J. Chen, G. Han, C. Shao, H. Sun, and L. Li. 2014.  Legacy effects from historical grazing enhanced carbon sequestration in a desert steppe. Journal of Arid Environment 109: 1-9. [PDF].

23) Yuan, W., W. Cai, J. Xia, J. Chen, S. Liu, W. Dong, L. Merbold, B. Law, A. Arain, J. Beringer, C. Bernhofer, A. Black, P. D. Blanken, A. Cescatti, Y. Chen, L. Francois, D. Gianelle, I. A. Janssens, M. Jung, T. Kato, G. Kiely, D. Liu, B. Marcolla, L. Montagnani, A. Raschi, O. Roupsard, A. Varlagin, G. Wohlfahrt.  2014. Global Comparison of Light Use Efficiency Models for Simulating Terrestrial Vegetation Gross Primary Production based on the LaThuile Database. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 192: 108-120. [PDF].

24) Zhang, Y., Z. Gao, D. Li, Y. Li, N. Zhang, X. Zhao, and J. Chen. 2014.  On the computation of planetary boundary layer height using the bulk Richardson number method. Geosci. Model Dev. Discuss. 7: 1–34. [PDF]

25) Wang, W., J Xiao, SV Ollinger, AR Desai, J. Chen, A Noormets. 2014. Quantifying legacies of clearcut on carbon fluxes and biomass carbon stock in northern temperate forests. Biogeosciences Discussions 11 (6): 8789-8828. [PDF].

26) Wu, R., D. Yang, J Chen.  2014.  Social Life Cycle Assessment revisited. Sustainability doi: 10.3390/su6074200 [PDF].

27) Asbjornsen, H., V. Hernandez-Santana, M. Liebman, J. Bayala, J. Chen, M. Helmers, C.K. Ong, and L. Schultte-Moore. 2014. Targeting perennial vegetation in agricultural landscapes for enhancing ecosystem services. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 29: 101-125. [PDF]

28) Shao, C., L Li, G. Dong, J. Chen. 2014. Spatial variation of net radiation and its contribution to energy balance closure in grassland ecosystems. Ecological Processes 3 (1): 1-11. [PDF].

29) Xiao, J., S.V. Ollinger, S. Frolking, G. G. Hurtt, D. Y. Hollinger, K. J. Davis, Y. Pan, X. Zhang, F. Deng, J. Chen, D. D. Baldocchi, B. E. Law, M. A. Arain, A. R. Desai, A. D. Richardson, G. Sun, B. Amiro, H. Margolis, L. Gu, R. L. Scott, P. D. Blanken, A.E. Suyker. 2014.  Data-driven diagnostics of terrestrial carbon dynamics over North America.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 197: 142-157. [PDF].

30) Chen, J., R. John, Ge Sun, S. McNulty, A. Noormets, J. Xiao, M. G. Turner, J. F. Franklin. 2014. Carbon fluxes and storages in forests and landscapes. Pages 139-166.  In Azevedo, J.C., A. Perera and M.A. Pinto (Eds.) Forest Landscapes and Global Change: Challenges for Research and Management. Springer. 262 pp. [PDF]

31)Ouyang, Z., J. Chen, R. Becker, H. Chu, J. Xie. Changliang Shao, Ranjeet John. 2014.  Disentangling the confounding effects of PAR and air temperature on net ecosystem exchange in time and scale.  Ecological Complexity 19: 46-58 [PDF].

32)  Xia, J,  W. Yuan,  S. Liang, J. Chen, L. Li,  X. Li, L. Zhang, Y. Fu, T. Zhao, J. Feng, Z. Ma, M. Ma, S. Liu, G. Zhou, J. Asanuma,  S. Chen,  M. Du,  G. Davaa, T. Kato,  Q. Liu,  S. Liu,  S. Li, C. Shao,  Y. Tang,  X. Zhao.  2014. Satellite-based analysis of evapotranspiration and water balance of Dryland East Asia. PlosOne 9 (5), e97295. [PDF].

33) Zhou, J., Z. Zhang,  G. Sun, X. Fang,  T. Zha, J. Chen, A. Noormets, J. Guo, S. McNulty.2014.  Water-use efficiency of a poplar plantation in Northern China.  Journal of Forest Research. DOI 10.1007/s10310-014-0436-3 [PDF]

34) Deal, M. W., J. Xu, R. John, T. Zenone, J. Chen, H. Chu, P. Jasrotia, K. Kahmark, J. Bossenbroek, and C. Mayer.  2013. Net primary production in three bioenergy crop systems following land conversion.  Journal of Plant Ecology. [PDF].

35) Tian, L., J. Chen and S. Yu.  2014.  Coupled dynamics of urban landscape pattern and socioeconomic drivers in Shenzhen, China.  Landscape Ecology 29: 715-72. [PDF]

36) Gilmanov, T., G., Baker, J, Bernacchi, C, Billesbach, D., Burba, G.Castro, S., Chen, J., Eugster, W., Fischer, M. Gamon, J., Gebremedhin, M., Glenn, A., Griffis, T., Hatfield, J., Heuer, M., Howard, D., Leclerc, M., Loescher, H., Marloie, O., Meyers, T.,Olioso, A., Phillips, R., Prueger, J., Skinner, H., Suyker, A., Tenuta, M., Wylie, B. 2014. Productivity and CO2 exchange of the leguminous crops: estimates from flux tower measurements.  Agronomy Journal 106: 545-559. [PDF]

37) Xia, J, J. Chen, S. Piao, P. Ciais, Y.Luo, S. Wan. 2014 Terrestrial carbon cycle affected by non-uniform climate warming.  Nature  Geoscience 7: 173–180. [PDF]

38) Ouyan, Z., R. Becker, W. Shaver, and J. Chen. 2014. Evaluating the sensitivity of wetlands to climate change with remote sensing techniques. Hydrological Processes 28, 17031712 [PDF]

39) Zenona, T., I. Gelfand, J. Chen, S. K. Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson. 2014.  From set-aside grassland to annual and perennial cellulosic biofuel crops: Effects of land use change on carbon balance.  Agricultural and Forest meteorology 182-183: 1-12 [PDF].

40) Chu, H.S., S.C. Chang, O. Klemm, C.W. Lai, Y.Z. Lin, C.C. Wu, J.Y. Lin, J.Y. Jiang, J. Chen, J. F. Gottgens and Y.J. Hsia.  2014.  Does canopy wetness matter? Evapotranspiration from a subtropical montane cloud forest in Taiwan.  Hydrological Process 28: 11901214 [PDF]

41) Xie, J., J. Chen*, G. Sun, H. Chu, A. Noormets, Z. Ouyang, R. John, S. Wan,  and W. Guan.  2014. Long-term variability and environmental control of the carbon cycle in an oak-dominated temperate forest.  Forest Ecology and Management 313: 319–328 [PDF].

42) Yan, X., W. Bao, X. Pang, N. Zhang, and J. Chen.  2013.  Regeneration strategy influences ground bryophyte composition and diversity after forest clearcutting. Annals of Forest Science 70(8): 845-861 [PDF].

43) Xiao, J., Sun, G., Chen, J., Chen, H., Chen, S., Dong, G., Gao, S., Guo, H., Guo, J., Han, S., Kato, T., Li, Y., Lin, G., Lu, W., Ma, M., McNulty, S., Shao, C., Wang, X., Xie, X., Zhang, X., Zhang, Z., Zhao, B., Zhou, G., Zhou, J. 2013. Carbon fluxes, evapotranspiration, and water use efficiency of terrestrial ecosystems in China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 182-183: 76-90. [PDF].

44)Liu, YL, Q Zhuang, M. Chen, Z. Pan, N. Tchebakova, A. Sokolov, D. Kicklighter, J. Melillo, A. Sirin , G. Zhou, Y. He, J. Chen, L. Bowling.  2013. Response of evapotranspiration and water availability to changing climate and land cover on the Mongolian Plateau during the 21st century.  Global and Planetary Change 108: 88-95 [PDF].

45)  John, R., J. Chen, Z. Ouya, J. Xiao, R.Becker,  A.Samanta, S. Ganguly, W. Yuan, O. Batkhishig. 2013. Vegetation response to extreme climate events on the Mongolian Plateau from 2000-2010.  Environmental Research Letters 8, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/3/035033.  [PDF].

46) de Paul Obade, V.R. Lal, and J. Chen. 2013.  Remote sensing of soil and water quality in agroecosystems. Water Air Soil Pollut 224:1658. [PDF]

47) Lafortezza, R, G. Sanesi, and J. Chen.  2013.  Integrating landscape ecology principles into forest landscape planning and management.  iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry doi: 10.3832/ifor0960-006. [PDF]

48) Shao, C., J. Chen, L. Li.  Grazing alters the biophysical regulations of carbon fluxes in a desert steppe.  Environmental Research Letters 8: doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/2/025012 [PDF]

49) Gong, C., J. Chen, S. Yu. 2013.  Biotic homogenization and differentiation across urban green spaces. Landscape and Urban Planning 120: 158– 169. [PDF]

50) Gong, C. S. Yu, H. Joesting, and J. Chen. 2013.  Determining socioeconomic drivers of urban forest fragmentation with historical remote sensing images. Landscape and Urban Planning 117:57-65. [PDF]

51) Li, X, S. Liang. G. Yu. W. Yuan. X. Cheng. J. Xia. T. Zhao. J. Feng. Z. Ma, S. Liu, J. Chen. C. Shao. S. Li, X. Zhang, Z. Zhang, S. Chen, T. Ohta, A. Varlagin, A. Miyata, K. Takagi, N. Saiqusa, T. Kato, C. Rebmann. 2013.  Estimation of gross primary production over the terrestrial ecosystems in China. Ecological Modeljing 261/262: 80– 92 [PDF]

52) Tian, L., J. Chen, and S. Yu.  Has Shenzhen been heated up during the rapid urban build-up process? Landscape and Urban Planning115: 18-29. [PDF]

53) Wang, C, Y. Han, J. Chen, X. Wang, Q. Zhang, and B. Bond-Lamberty.  2013.  Effects of snowpack and freeze-thaw-cycle on the seasonality of soil CO2 efflux in a temperate forest.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 177: 83– 92.  [PDF]

54) Zheng, D., J.J. LaCroix, S. Ryu, J. Chen, J. Hom, and K. Clark.   2013.  Fire spread regulated by weather, landscape structure, and management in Wisconsin hardwoods and New Jersey Pinelands. Pages 323-339.  In Qu, J. J., W. Sommers, R. Yang, and A. Riebau (eds.), Remote Sensing Modeling and Applications to Wildland Fires.  Springer and Tsinghua University Press. Springer and Tsinghua University Press.  374pp.

55) LaCroix*, J.J. Q. Li, S. Ryu, D. Zheng, and J. Chen.  2013. Simulating fire spread with landscape level edge fuel scenarios.  Pages 267-279.     In Qu, J. J., W. Sommers, R. Yang, and A. Riebau (eds.), Remote Sensing Modeling and Applications to Wildland Fires.  Springer and Tsinghua University Press. Springer and Tsinghua University Press. 374pp.

56) Chen, J.  R. John, G. Qiao, O. Batkhishig, W. Yuan, Y. Zhang, C. Shao, Z. Ouyan, L.Li, K. Guo, and G. Sun.  2013.  State and Change of Dryland East Asia (DEA).  In Chen et al., Pages 3-22.  Dryland East Asia (Dea): Land Dynamics Amid Social and Climate Change.  HEP and De Gruyter. 470 pp.

57) Xiao, J., L. Zhang, J. Chen, R. John.  2013. Dynamics of Vegetation Productivity in Dryland East Asia from 1982 to 2010.  In Chen et al. Pages 125-147, Dryland East Asia (Dea): Land Dynamics Amid Social and Climate Change.  HEP and De Gruyter. 468 pp.

58) Sun, G. X. Feng, J. Xiao, A. Shiklomanov, S. Wang, Z. Zhang, N.Lu, S. Wang, L. Chen, B. Fu, Y. Chen,  and J. Chen.  2013.  Global Change on Water Resources in the Drylands of East Asia.  In Chen et al. Pages 153-181.  Dryland East Asia (Dea): Land Dynamics Amid Social and Climate Change.  HEP and De Gruyter. 468 pp.

59) Shao, C., S. Chen, J. Chen, and L. Li.  2013.  Biophysical regulations of ecosystem carbon and water fluxes in DEA.  In Chen et al. Pages 213-244. Dryland East Asia (Dea): Land Dynamics Amid Social and Climate Change.  HEP and De Gruyter. 468 pp.

60) Gao, L., Y. Zhang, G. Qiao, and J. Chen.  2013.  Grassland Degradation and Restoration in Inner Mongolia from 1950s to 2000s: Population, Policies, and Profits. In Chen et al., Pages 405-423. Dryland East Asia (Dea): Land Dynamics Amid Social and Climate Change.  HEP and De Gruyter. 468 pp.

61) Zhou, J., Z. Zhang, A. Noormets,G. Sun, X. Fang, T. Zha, S. McNulty, and  J. Chen. 2013. Response of ecosystem carbon fluxes to drought events in a poplar plantation in Northern China. Forest Ecology and Management 300: 33-42[PDF]

62) Wang, J., D. G. Brown, and J. Chen.  2013. Dynamics of net primary productivity in the Mongolian grasslands (1982−2009) in relation to climate variability and change.  Landscape Ecology 28:725–739. [PDF]

63) Olson, D., T. Griffis, A. Noormets, R. Kolka, and J. Chen. Interannual, seasonal, and retrospective analysis of the methane and carbon dioxide budgets of a temperate peatland.  Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 118, 113, doi:10.1002/jgrg.20031, [PDF]

64) John, R., J. Chen, A. Noormets, X. Xiao, J. Xu, N. Lu, S. Chen.  2013. Modeling gross primary production in semi-arid Inner Mongolia using MODIS imagery and eddy covariance data.  International Journal of Remote Sensing 34: 2829-2857. [PDF]

65) Zhu, L., H. Li, J. Chen, R. John, and M Yan.  2012.  Emergy-based sustainability assessment of Inner Mongolia.  Journal of Geographical Sciences 22: 843-858. [PDF]

66) Li, X, S. Liang. G. Yu. W. Yuan. X. Cheng. J. Xia. T. Zhao. J. Feng. Z. Ma, S. Liu, J. Chen. C. Shao. S. Li, X. Zhang, Z, Zhang, S, Chen, T, Ohta, A. Varlagin, A. Miyata, K. Takagi, N. Saiqusa, T. Kato, C. Rebmann. 2012.  Estimation of evapotranspiration over the terrestrial ecosystems in China. Ecohydrology DOI: 10.1002/eco.1341 [PDF]

67) Zhang, F., J. Chen, J. Chen, C. M. Gough, D. Dragoni, and T. Martin.  2012. Evaluating spatial and temporal patterns of MODIS GPP over the conterminous US against flux measurements and a process model.  Remote Sensing of Environment124: 717-729 [PDF]

68) Schaefer, K, C.R Schwalm, C. Williams, M. A. Arain, A. Barr, J. Chen, K. J. Davis, D. Dimitrov, T. W. Hilton, D. Y. Hollinger, E.Humphreys, B. Poulter, B. M. Raczka, A. D. Richardson, A. Sahoo, P. Thornton, R. Vargas, H.Verbeeck, R. Anderson, I.Baker, T. A. Black, P. Bolstad, J. Chen, P. Curtis, A. R. Desai, M. Dietze, D. Dragoni, C. Gough, R. F. Grant, L. Gu, A. Jain, C. Kucharik, B. Law, S. Liu, E. Lokipitiya, H. A. Margolis, R. Matamala, J.Harry McCaughey, R. Monson, J. W. Munger, W. Oechel, C. Peng, D. T. Price, D.Ricciuto, W. J. Riley, N. Roulet, H.Tian, C. Tonitto, M. Torn, E. Weng, X. Zhou.  2012. A Model-Data Comparison of Gross Primary Productivity: Results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeoscience 117, G03010, doi:10.1029/2012JG001960. [PDF]

69) Fang, X., Z. Zhang, T. Zha, J. Tan, X. Wang, J. Chen, J. Chen, G. Sun Ge. 2012.  Ecosystem and soil respiration of a poplar plantation on a sandy floodplain in Northern China.  Acta Ecological Sinica 32: 2400-2409. (PDF) 

70) Li, Q., J. Chen, and D. L. Moorhead.  2012.  Ecosystem respiratory losses in a managed oak forest ecosystem.  Forest Ecology and Management 279:1-10. [PDF]

71) Niu, S., Y. Luo, S. Fei, W. Yuan, D. Schimel, B. Amiro, C. Ammann, M. Altaf Arain, A. Arneth, M. Aubinet, A. Barr,  J.Beringer, C. Bernhofer, A.T. Black, N. Buchmann, A. Cescatti, J. Chen, K. J. Davis, E. Dellwik, A. R. Desai, H. Dolman, S.Etzold, L. Francois, D. Gianelle, B. Gielen, A. Goldstein, M. Groenendijk, L. Gu, N. Hanan, C. Helfter, T. Hirano , D. Y. Hollinger, M. B. Jones, G. Kiely, T. E Kolb, W. L. Kutsch , P. Lafleur, B. E. Law, D. M. Lawrence, L. Li, A. Lindroth, M. Litvak, D. Loustau, M. Lund, S. Ma, M. Marek, T. A. Martin, G. Matteucci, M. Migliavacca, L. Montagnani, E. Moors, J. W. Munger, A. Noormets, W. Oechel, J. Olejnik, K. T. Paw U , K. Pilegaard, S. Rambal, A. Raschi, S. Saleska, R. L. Scott, G. Seufert, D. Spano, P. Stoy, M. A. Sutton, A. Varlagin, T. Vesala, E. Weng, G. Wohlfahrt, B.Yang, Z. Zhang, and X. Zhou.  2012. Thermal optimality of net ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide and underlying mechanisms.  New Phytologists 194(3): 775-783. DOI: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04095.x  [PDF]

72) Zhang, P, S. Chen, W. Zhang, H. Miao, J. Chen, X. Han, G. Lin.  2012.  Biophysical regulations of NEE light response in a steppe and a cropland in Inner Mongolia.  Journal of Plant Ecology 5: 238-248. [PDF]

73) Shao, C., J. Chen, L. Li. and L. Zhang.  2012.  Ecosystem responses to mowing in an Inner Mongolia prairies: an energy perspective.  Journal of Arid Environments 82. 1-10. [PDF]

74) Chevallier, F., T. Wang , P. Ciais, F. Maignan, M. Bocquet, A. Arain, A. Cescatti, J. Chen, H. Dolman,  B. Law, H. Margolis, L. Montagnani, E. Moors.  2012.  What eddy-covariance flux measurements tell us about prior errors in CO2-flux inversion schemes?  Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26, GB1021, doi:10.1029/2010GB00397 [PDF]

75) Chopping, M., M. North, J. Chen, C.B. Schaaf, J.V. Martonchik, M. Bull, J.B. Bliar, and M. Hofton. 2012. Forest cover and height from MISR in a topographically complex landscape assessed with high quality reference data.  IEEE JSTARS 5(1): 44-57. [PDF]

76) Qi, J., J. Chen, S. Wan, and L. Ai. 2012.  Understanding the Coupled Natural and Human Systems in the Dryland East Asia  Environmental Research Letters 7, 015202, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/1/015202 [PDF]

77) Xiao, J., J. Chen, K. David, and M. Reichstein.  2012.  Advances in upscaling of eddy covariance measurements of carbon and water fluxes.  Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 117, G00J01, doi:10.1029/2011JG001889 [PDF]

78) Chen, J.  2012.  Interdisciplinary research in ecological research.  Pages 26-42, In Han and Wu (eds.), Ecological Vision: Challenge, Response and Strategy.  Higher Education Press. [PDF]

79) Zhou, J, Y. Wei J. Yang, X. Yang, Z. Jiang, J. Chen, A. Noormets, and X. Zhao. 2011.  Carbon budget and its response to environmental factors in young and mature poplar plantations along the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, China.  Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment 9: 8 1 8 - 8 2 5. [PDF]

80) Yuan, W., Y. Luo, S. Liang, G. Yu, S. Niu, P. Stoy, J. Chen, A. R. Desai, A. Lindroth, C. M. Gough, R. Ceulemans, A. Arain, C. Bernhofer, B. Cook, D. R. Cook, D. Dragoni, B. Gielen, I. Janssens, B. Longdoz, H. Liu, M. Lund, G. Matteucci, E. Moors, R. L. Scott, G. Seufert, and R. Varner.  2011.  Thermal adaptation of net ecosystem exchange.  Biogeosciences, 8, 1453–1463 [PDF]

81) Xu, J. J. Chen, K. Brosofske, Q. Li,, M. Weintraub, R. Henderson,  B. Wilske, R. John., R. Jensen, H. Li, and  C. Shao.  2011.  Influence of timber harvesting alternatives on forest soil respiration and its biophysical regulatory factors over a five-year period in the Missouri Ozarks.  Ecosystems 14: 1310-1327. [PDF]

82) Gong, C, J. Chen, and S. Yu.  2011. Spatiotemporal dynamics of urban forest conversion through model urbanization in Shenzhen, China.  International Journal of Remote Sensing 32: 9071-9092. [PDF]

83) Yuan, W., Y. Luo., X. Li, S. Liu, G. Yu, T. Zhou, M. Bahn, A. Black, A.R. Desai, A. Cescatti, B. Marcolla, C. Jacobs, J. Chen, M. Aurela, C. Bernhofer, B. Gielen, G. Bohrer, D. R. Cook, D. Dragoni, A. L. Dunn, D. Gianelle, T. Grünwald, A. Ibrom, M. Y. Leclerc, A. Lindroth, H. Liu, L. B. Marchesini, L. Montagnani, G. Pita, M. Rodeghiero, A. Rodrigues, G. Starr, P. C. Stoy.  2011.  Redefinition and global estimation of basal ecosystem respiration rate. Global Biogeochemical Cycles: GB4002, doi:10.1029/2011GB004150 [PDF]

84)       Jung, M.  M. Reichstein, A. Cescatti, A. Richardson, H. Margolis, A. Arain, A. Arneth, D. Bonal, J. Chen, D. Gianelle, N. Gobron, G. Kiely, W. Kutsch, G. Lasslop, B. Law, A. Lindroth, L.Merbold, L. Montagnani, E. Moors, D. Papale, M. Sottocornola, F. Vaccari, C. Williams.  2011.  Global patterns of land biosphere - atmosphere fluxes derived from upscaling FLUXNET observations.  Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 116, doi:10.1029/2010JG001566. [PDF]

85)       Zenone, T., J. Chen, M. Deal, B. Wilske, J. Xu, A. Bhardwaj, S. Hamilton, R. G. Philip.  2011.  CO2 fluxes of transitional bioenergy crops: effect of land conversion during the first year of cultivation.  Global Change Biology- Bioenergy 3, 401–412.  [PDF]

86)       Gelfand, I., T. Zenone, P. Jasrotia., J. Chen, S. K. Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson.  2011. Carbon debt of a CRP grassland converted to bioenergy production.  Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences108(33): 13864-13869. [PDF]

87)       Sun, G., P. Caldwell, A. Noormets, E. Cohen, S. G. McNulty, E. Treasure, J.-C. Domec, Q. Mu, J. Xiao, R. John, and J. Chen.  2011.  Upscaling key ecosystem functions across the conterminous United States by a water-centric ecosystem model.  Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 116: DOI:10.1029/2010JG001573[PDF]

88)       Shao, C. J. Chen, L. Li, G. Tenney, W. Xu, and J. Xu.  2011.  Role of net radiation on energy balance closure in grassland ecosystems.  Biogeosciences[PDF]

89)       Bhardwaj, A. K., T. Zenone, P. Jasrotia, G.P. Robertson, J. Chen, and S. K. Hamilton. 2011. Water and energy footprints of bioenergy crop production on marginal lands.  Global Change Biology Bioenergy 3: 208-222 [PDF]

90)       Dong, G, J. Guo, J. Chen, G. Sun, S. Gao, L. Hu, and Y. Wang. 2011.  Effects of spring drought on carbon sequestration, evapotranspiration and water use efficiency in the Songnen meadow steppe in northeast China.  Ecohydrology 4: 211–224 [PDF]

91)       Xu, Q., H., Li, J. Chen, X. Cheng, S. Liu, and S. An.  2011.  Water use patterns of three species in subalpine forest, Southwest China: the deuterium isotope approach. Ecohydrology 4:236-244 [PDF]

92)       Sun, G., K. Alstad, J. Chen, S. Chen, C. R. Ford, G. Lin, C. Liu, N. Lu, S. G. McNulty, H. Miao, A. Noormets, J. M.Vose, B. Wilske, M. Zeppel, Y. Zhang, and Z. Zhang.  2011.  A general predictive model for estimating monthly ecosystem evapotranspiration.  Ecohydrology 4: 245–255 [PDF]

93)       Asbjornsen, H., ., G. R. Goldsmith, M. S. Avarado-Barrientos, , K. Rebel, F. P. Van Osch, M.G. Rietkerk, J. Chen, S. Gotsch1, C. Tobón-Marin, D. R. Geissert, A. Gómez-Tagle, K. Vache, T.E. Dawson.  2011.  Ecohydrological advances and applications in plant-water relations research: a review. Journal of Plant Ecology 4: 3-22. [PDF]

94)       Waring, R.H., J. Chen, and H. Gao.  2011. Plant-water relations at multiple scales: integration from observations, modeling, and remote sensing.  Journal of Plant Ecology 4:1-2.

95)       Lu, N., S. Chen, B. Wilske, G. Sun, and J. Chen.  2011.  Evapotranspiration and soil water relationships in a range of disturbed and undisturbed ecosystems in the semi-arid Inner Mongolia, China.  Journal of Plant Ecology. 4: 49-60.[PDF]

96)       Xiao, J, Q. Zhuang, B. E. Law, D. D. Baldocchi, J. Chen, A. D. Richardson, J. M. Melillog, K.J. Davis, D. Y. Hollinger, S. Wharton, R.Oren, A. Noormets, M. L. Fischer, S. B. Verma, D. R. Cook, G. Sun, S. McNulty, S. C. Wofsy, P.V. Bolstad, S. P. Burns, P. S. Curtis, B. G. Drake, M. Falk, D. R. Foster, L. Gu, J. L. Hadley,G. G. Katul, M. Litvak, S. Ma, T. A. Martin, R. Matamala,T.P. Meyers, R. K. Monson, J. W. Munger, W. C. Oechel, K.T. Paw U, H. P. Schmid, R. L. Scott, G. Starr, A. E. Suyker, M. S. Torn.  2011.  Assessing net ecosystem carbon exchange of U.S. terrestrial ecosystems by integrating eddy covariance flux measurements and satellite observations.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151: 60-69. [PDF]

97)       Zheng, B., Y. Zhang, and J. Chen.  2011.  Preference to home landscape: wilderness or neatness?  Landscape and Urban Planning 99:1-8. [PDF]

98)       Li, C., J. Liu, R. Lafortezza, and J. Chen.  2010.  Managing forest landscapes under climate change scenarios.  In Li et al. (eds).  Contribution of Landscape Ecology to Forest Management and Conservation.  HEP-Springer 400pp.

99)       Amiro, B.D., A.G. Barr, J.G. Barr, T.A. Black, R. Bracho, M. Brown, J. Chen, K.L. Clark, K.J. Davis, A.R. Desai, S. Dore, V. Engel, J.D. Fuentes, M.L. Goulden, T.E. Kolb, M.B. Lavigne, B.E. Law, H.A. Margolis, T. Martin, J.H. McCaughey, M. Montes-Helu1, A. Noormets, J.T. Randerson, G. Starr, J. Xiao.  2010.  Ecosystem carbon dioxide fluxes after disturbance in forests of North America.   Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 115, G00K02, doi:10.1029/2010JG001390. [PDF]

100)   Wilske, B., H. Kwon, L. Wei, S. Chen, N.Lu, G. Lin. J. Xie, W, Guan, E. Pendall, B. E Ewers, J. Chen.   2010.  Evapotranspiration (ET) and regulating mechanisms in two semiarid Artemisia-dominated shrub steppes at opposite sides of the globe Authors: Burkhard  Wilske.  Journal of Arid Environments 74: 1461-1470. [PDF]

101) Jung, M., M. Reichstein, P. Ciais, S. I. Seneviratne, J. Sheffield, M. L. Goulden, G. Bonan, A. Cescatti, J. Chen, R. de Jeu, A. J. Dolman, W. Eugster, D. Gerten, D. Gianelle, N. Gobron, J. Heinke, J. Kimball, B. E. Law, L. Montagnani, Q. Mu, B. Mueller, K. Oleson, D. Papale, A. Richardson, O. Roupsard, S. Running, E. Tomelleri, N. Viovy, U. Weber, C. Williams, E. Wood, S. Zaehle, and K. Zhang.  2010.  Recent deceleration of global land evapotranspiration due to moisture supply limitation.  Nature  doi: 10.1038/nature09396 [PDF]

102)   Yi, C., D. Ricciuto, R. Li, J. Wolbeck, X. Xu, M. Nilsson, L. Aires, J. D. Albertson, C. Ammann, M A. Arain, A.C de Araujo, M. Aubinet, M. Aurela, Z. Barcza, A. Barr, P. Berbigier, J. Beringer, C. Bernhofer, A.T. Black, P. V. Bolstad, F. Bosveld, M. S. J. Broadmeadow, N. Buchmann, S. P. Burns, P. Cellier, J. Chen, J. Chen, P. Ciais, R. Clement, B. D. Cook, P. S. Curtis, D. B.Dail, E. Dellwik, N. Delpierre, A. R Desai, S. Dore, D. Dragoni, B. G. Drake, E. Dufrêne, A. Dunn, J. Elbers, W. Eugster, M. Falk, C. Feigenwinter, L. B. Flanagan, T. Foken, J. Frank, J. Fuhrer, D. Gianelle, A. Goldstein, M. Goulden, A. Granier, T. Grünwald, L. Gu, H. Guo, A. Hammerle, S. Han, N. P Hanan, L. Haszpra, B. Heinesch, C. Helfter, D. Hendriks, L. B. Hutley, A. Ibrom, C. Jacobs, T. Johansson, M. Jongen, G. Katul, G. Kiely, K. Klumpp, A. Knohl, T. Kolb, W. L. Kutsch, P. Lafleur, T. Laurila, R. Leuning, A. Lindroth, H. Liu, B. Loube, G. Manca, M. Marek, H. A. Margolis, T. A. Martin, W. J. Massman, R. Matamala, G. Matteucci, H. McCaughey, L. Merbold, T. Meyers, M. Migliavacca, F. Miglietta, L. Misson, M. Mölder, J. Moncrieff, R. K. Monson, L. Montagnani, M.  Montes-Helu, E. Moors, C. Moureaux, M. M. Mukelabai, J. W. Munger, M. Myklebust, Z. Nagy, A. Noormets, W. Oechel, R. Oren, S. G. Pallardy, K.T. Paw U, J. S. Pereira, K. Pilegaard, K. Pintér, C. Pio, G. Pita, T. L. Powell, S. Rambal, J. T. Randerson, C. von Randow, C. Rebmann, J. Rinne, F. Rossi, N. Roulet, R. J. Ryel, J. Sagerfors, N. Saigusa, M. J. Sanz, G. Mugnozza, H. P. Schmid, G. Seufert, M. Siqueira, J. –F. Soussana, G. Starr, M. Sutton, J. Tenhunen, Z. Tuba, J. –P. Tuovinen, R. Valentini, C. S. Vogel, J. Wang, S. Wang, W. Wang, L. R. Welp, X. Wen, S. Wharton, M. Wilkinson, C. A. Williams, G. Wohlfahrt, S. Yamamoto, G. Yu, R. Zampedri, B. Zhao, and X. Zhao.  2010. Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents.  Environmental Research Letter doi:10.1088/1748-9326/5/3/034007 [PDF] – received the Norbert Gerbier-MUMM Award for 2011

103)   Yan, Y., H. Guo, Y. Gao, B. Zhao, J. Chen, B. Li, and J. Chen.  2010.  Variations of net ecosystem CO2 exchange in a tidal inundated wetland: Coupling MODIS and tower- based fluxes.  Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmosphere 115, D15102, doi:10.1029/2009JD012838. [PDF]

104)   Chen, J.  2010.  Challenges facing modern ecologists, Pages, 1-15.  In Wu and Fang (eds.), Ecological Complexity and Ecological Vision.  Higher Education Press.  226 pp.

105)   Yuan, W, S. Liu, G. Yu, J.M. Bonnefond, J. Chen, K. Davis, A. R. Desai, A.1H. Goldstein, D.Gianelle, F. Rossi, Andrew E. Suyker, S.B. Verma.  2010.  Global1 estimates of evapotranspiration and gross primary production based on MODIS and global meteorology data.  Remote Sensing of Environment 114: 1416-1431.  [PDF]

106)   Zhen, L., B. Ochirbat, Y. Lv, Y. J. Wei, X. L. Liu, J. Q. Chen, Z. J. Yao and F. Li.  2010.  Comparing patterns of ecosystem service consumption and perceptions of range management between ethnic herders in Inner Mongolia and Mongolia.  Environmental Research Letter 5. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/5/1/015001 [PDF]

107)   Schwalm, C. R., C. A. Williams, K. Schaefer, A. Arneth, D. Bonal, N. Buchmann, J. Chen, B. Law, A. Lindroth, S. Luyssaert, M. Reichstein, and A. Richardson.  2010.  Assimilation exceeds respiration sensitivity to drought: A FLUXNET synthesis.  Global Change Biology 2: 657-670. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01991.x [PDF]

108)   Sun, G, A. Noormets, M.J. Gavazzi1, S.G. McNulty, J. Chen, J-C. Domec, J.S. King, D.M. Amatya, and R.W. Skaggs.  2010.  Energy and water Balance of two contrasting Loblolly pine plantations on the lower coastal plain of North Carolina, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 259: 1299-1310. [PDF]

109)   Guo, H, B. Zhao, J. Chen, Y. Yan, B. Li, and J. Chen. 2010.  Tidal regulations of seasonal changes of energy fluxes in an estuarine wetland.  Chinese Geographical Sciences 20(1): 23-29. [PDF]

110)   Xiao, J., Q. Zhuang, B. E. Law, J. Chen, D. D. Baldocchi, D.R. Cook, R.Oren, A.D. Richardson, S. Wharton, S. Ma, T.A. Martin, S.B. Verma, A.E. Suyker, R. L. Scott, R. K. Monson, M. Litvak, D.Y. Hollinger, G.Sun, P.V. Bolstad, S.P. Burns, P. S. Curtis, B. G. Drake, M. Falk, M. L. Fischer, D.R. Foster, L.Gu, J.L. Hadley, G. G. Katul, R. Matamala, S. McNulty, T.P. Meyers, J. W.Munger, A. Noormets, W. C. Oechel, K.T. Paw U, H.Peter Schmid, G. Starr, M. S. Torn, S. C. Wofsy.   2010.  A Continuous Measure of Gross Primary Production for the Conterminous U.S. Derived from MODIS and AmeriFlux Data.  Remote Sensing of Environment 114: 576–591 [PDF]

111)   Ma, S., A. Concilio, B. Oakley, M. North, and J. Chen.  2010.  Spatial variability in microclimate in a mixed-conifer forest before and after thinning and burning treatments.   Forest Ecology and Management 259: 904-915. [PDF]

112)   Noormets, A. M. Gavazzi, S. McNulty, G. Sun, J.C. Domec, J. King, and J. Chen. 2010.  Response of carbon fluxes to drought in a coastal plain loblolly pine forest.  Global Change Biology 16: 272-287. [PDF]

113)   Lu, N., B. Wilske, J. Ni, John, R. and J. Chen.  2009.  Climate change in Inner Mongolia from 1955 through 2005.  Environmental Research Letter 4 045006.   doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/4/4/045006 [PDF]

114)   John, R., J. Chen, N. Lu, and B. Wilske.  2009.  Land Cover /land use change and their ecological consequences.  Environmental Research Letter 4 045010.   doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/4/4/045010 [PDF]

115)   Yuan, W., Y. Luo., A.D. Richardson, R. Oren, S. Luyssaert, I.A. Janssens, R. Ceulemans, T. Grünwald, M. Aubinet, C. Bernhofer, D. D. Baldocchi, J. Chen, A.L. Dunn, J. Deforest, A. H. Goldstein, E. Moors, J. W. Munger, R. K. Monson, A.E. Suyker, G. Starr, R. L. Scott, J. Tenhunen, S. B. Verma, T. Vesala, and S. C. Wofsy.   2009.  Latitudinal patterns of interannual variability in net ecosystem exchange.  Global Change Biology 15: 2905-2920. [PDF]

116)   Chen, S., J. Chen, G. Lin, W. Zhang, H. Miao, L. Wei, J. Huang, and X. Han.  2009.  Energy balance and partition in Inner Mongolia steppe ecosystems with different land use types. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology149: 1800-1809.  [PDF]

117)   Miao, H, S. Chen., J. Chen, W. Zhang, P. Zhang, L. Wei, X. Han, and G. Lin.  2009.  Cultivation and grazing altered evapotranspiration and dynamics in Inner Mongolia steppsAgricultural and Forest Meteorology  149: 1810-1819.  [PDF]

118)   Guo, H., A. Noormets, B. Zhao, J. Chen, G. Sun, Y. Gu, B. Li, and J.K. Chen.  2009.  Tidal effects on ecosystem carbon exchange of an estuarine wetland.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149: 1820-1828.  [PDF]

119)   Gorsel, E., N. Delpierre, R. Leuning, A. Black, J. W. Munger, S. Wofsy, M. Aubinet, C. Feigenwinter, J. Beringer, D. Bonal, B. Chen, J. Chen, R. Clement, K. J. Davis, A. Desai, D. Dragoni, S. Etzold, T. Grünwald, L. Gu, B. Heinesch, L.R. Hutyra, W.P. Jans, W. Kutsch, B.E. Law, M. Y. Leclerc, I. Mammarella, L. Montagnani, A. Noormets, C. Rebmann, and W. Sonia.  2009.  Estimating nocturnal ecosystem respiration from the vertical turbulent flux and change in storage of CO2.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149: 1919-1930. [PDF]

120)   Noormets, A., J. Chen, L. Gu, and A. Desai. 2009. The phenology of gross ecosystem productivity and ecosystem respiration in temperate hardwood and conifer chronosequences. Pages 59- 86,  In: A. Noormets (Ed.) Phenology of ecosystem processes. Springer, New York, 275pp.

121)   Martin, J., P. Bolstad, S-R Ryu, and J. Chen.  2009.  Modeling soil respiration based on carbon, nitrogen, and root mass across diverse Great Lake forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149: 1722-1729.  [PDF]

122)   Liu, C., Z. Zhang, G. Sun, J. Zhu, T. Zha, L. Shen, J. Chen, X. Fang and J. Chen.  2009.  Quantifying evapotranspiration and the biophysical regulations of a poplar plantation assessed by eddy covariance and sap flow methods.  Journal of Plant Ecology 33(4): 706-718. [PDF]

123)   Groisman, P. Y., E. A. Clark, V. M. Kattsov, D. P. Lettenmaier, I. N. Sokolik, V.B. Aizen, O. Cartus, J. Chen, S. Conard, J.Katzenberger, O. Krankina, J. Kukkonen, T. Machida, S. Maksyutov, D. Ojima, J. Qi, V. E. Romanovsky, M. Santoro, C. Schmullius, A. I. Shiklomanov, K. Shimoyama, H. H. Shugart, J. K. Shuman, M. Sofiev, A. I. Sukhinin, C. Vörösmarty, D. Walker, and E. F. Wood.  2009.  The Northern Eurasia earth science partnership: an example of science applied to societal needs.  Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 5: 671-688.  [PDF]

124)   Wilske B., N. Lu, L.Wei, S. Chen, T. Zha, C. Liu, W. Xu, A. Noormets,J. Huang,  Y. Wei, J. Chen, Z. Zhang, J. Ni, G. Sun, K. Guo, S. McNulty, R. John,  X. Han, G. Lin, J. Chen.  2009.   Poplar plantation has the potential to alter water balance in semiarid Inner Mongolia.  Journal of Environmental Management 90: 2762-1770. [PDF

125)   Xie, J., W. Guan , G. Cui, G. Sun, J. Chen, M. Wang, and Z. Qi.  2009.  Soil Moisture Characteristics of DifTerent Types of Vegetation in Xilingol Grassland.  Journal of Northea5t Fore5try Univer5ity 37(1): 45-48.  [PDF]

126)   DeForest, J., J. Chen, and S. G. McNulty.  2009.  Leaf litter is an important mediator of soil respiration in an oak-dominated forest.  International Journal of Biometeorology 53: 127-134 [PDF]

127)   Ryu, S.R., A. Concilio, J. Chen, M. North, and S. Ma.  2009.  Prescribed burning and mechanical thinning effects on belowground conditions and soil respiration in a mixed-conifer forest, California.  Forest Ecology and Management 257: 1324-1332.  [PDF]

128)   Concilio, A., J. Chen, S. Ma, and M. North.  2009.  Precipitation drives interannual variation in soil respiration in an experimental forest.  Climatic Change 92: 109-122 [PDF]

129)   Li, Q., D. L .Moorhead, J. L. DeForest, and J. Chen, R. Henderson, R. Jenson.  2009.  Mixed litter decomposition in a manage med Missouri Ozark forest ecosystem.  Forest Ecology and Management 257: 688-694. [PDF]

130)   Heckathorn, SA. and J. Chen.  2008.  Editorial - Plants and Global Environmental Change: A Special Issue Highlighting Younger Scientists.  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 50: 1337-1338.

131)   Chen, J, S. D. Bridgham, J. Keller, J.Pastor, A. Noormets, and J. F. Weltzin. 2008.  Temperature responses to infrared-Loading and water table manipulations in peatland mesocosmsJournal of Integrative Plant Biology 50: 1484 – 1496. [PDF]

132)   LaCroix, J.J. Q. Li, J. Chen, R. Henderson, R. John. 2008.  Edge effects on fire spread in a disturbed Northern Wisconsin landscape.  Landscape Ecology 23: 1080-1092. [PDF]

133)   Chen, J., K.D. Brosofske., R. Lafortezza.  2008.  Ecology and management of forested landscapes.  Pages 3-16, In:  Lafortezza et al.  (eds).  Patterns and Processes in Forest Landscapes.  Springer-Verlag. 425 pp. [PDF]

134)   Chen, J.  2008.  Ecological modeling and perspectives of forest landscape – A Synthesis.  Pages 265-270, In:  Lafortezza et al.  (eds).  Patterns and Processes in Forest Landscapes.  Springer-Verlag. 425 pp. [PDF]

135)   Xiao, J.,Q. Zhuang; D. D. Baldocchi, B.E. Law, A. D.Richardson, J. Chen; R. Oren; G. Starr,  A. Noormets, S. Ma, S, B Verma, S, Wharton, S, C, Wofsy, P, V, Bolstad, S. P. Burns, D. R. Cook, P. S. Curtis, B. G. Drake, M. Falk, M. L. Fischer, D. R. Foster, L. Gu, J. L. Hadley, D. Y. Hollinger, G. G. Katul, M. Litvak, T.A. Martin, R. Matamala, S. McNulty, T. P. Meyers, R.K. Monson, J. W. Munger, W. C. Oechel, K.T. Paw U, H.P. Schmid, R. L. Scott, G. Sun, A.E. Suker, M. S. Torn.  Estimation of net ecosystem carbon exchange for the conterminous United States by combining MODIS and AmeriFlux data.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148: 1827-1847. [PDF]

136)   Wei, YF, K. Guo, and  J. Chen.  2008.  Effect of precipitation pattern on recruitment of soil water in Kubuqi desert, northwestern China.  Journal of Plant Ecology 6: 1346-1355. [PDF]

137)   Shao, C., J. Chen, L. Li, W. Xu, S. Chen, G. Tenney, J. Xu, W. Zhang.  2008.  Spatial variability in soil heat flux at three Inner Mongolia steppe ecosystems.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148: 1433-1443 [PDF]

138)   Noormets, A., S. McNulty , J. DeForest, G. Sun , Q. Li , J. Chen. 2008.  Drought during canopy development has lasting effect on annual carbon balance in a deciduous temperate forest.  New Phytologist 179: 818-828.  New Phytologist 179: 818-828.  [PDF]

139)   Yan, Y, B. Zhao, J. Chen, H. Guo, Y. Gu, Q. Wu and B. Li.  2008.  Closing the carbon budget of estuarine wetlands with tower-based measurements and MODIS time series.  Global Change Biology 14: 1690-1702. [PDF]

140)   Chen, J.  2008.  Book review  on A Changing World: Challenges for Landscape Research Felix F. Kienast, Otto Wildi, and Suchartia Ghosh (eds.).  Landscape Ecology 23: 753-754 [PDF]

141)   Chen, J., Bin Zhao, W. Ren, S. C. Saunders, Z. Ma, B. Li, Y. Luo and J. Chen.  2008.  Invasive Spartina and reduced sediments:  Shanghai’s dangerous silver bullet.  Journal of Plant Ecology 1(2): 79-84. [PDF]

142)   Cheng, X., J. Chen, Y. Luo, R. Henderson, S. An, Q. Zhang, J. Chen and B. Li.  2008.  Assessing the effects of short-term Spartina alterniflora invasion on labile and recalcitrant C and N pools by means of soil fractionation and stable C and N isotopes.  Geoderma 145: 177-184. [PDF]

143)   John, R., J.Chen, N. Lu, K.Guo, C. Liang, Y. Wei, A. Noormets, K. Ma, and X. Han.  2008.  Predicting plant diversity based on remote sensing products in the semi-arid region of Inner Mongolia. Remote Sensing of Environment 112: 2018-2032. [PDF]

144)   Chen, J. K. J. Davis, T. Meyers.  2008.  Ecosystem-Atmosphere Carbon and Water Cycling in the Upper Great Lakes Region.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148: 155-157. [PDF]

145)   Noormets, A., A, Desai, D. M. Ricciuto, B. Cook, K. Davis, P. Bolstad, H. Schmid, P. Curtis, E.V. Carey, H.B. Su, and J. Chen.  2008.  Moisture sensitivity of ecosystem respiration: comparison of 14 forest ecosystems in northern Wisconsin, USA.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148: 216-230. [PDF]

146)   Ryu, S-R, J. Chen, A. Noormets A, M.K. Bresee, S.V. Ollinger. 2008. Comparisons between PnET-Day and eddy covariance based gross ecosystem production in two Northern Wisconsin forests.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148: 247-1256. [PDF]

147)   Sun, G., A. Noormets, J. Chen, and S. G. McNulty.  2008.  Evapotranspiration Estimates from Eddy Covariance Towers and Hydrologic Modeling in Managed Forests in Northern Wisconsin, USA.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology  148: 257-267. [PDF]

148)   Desai, A., A. Noormets, P. Bolstad, J. Chen, B. Cook, K. Davis, E. Euskirchen, C. Gough, J. M. Martin, D. M. Ricciuto, H. Schmid, J. Tang, W. Wang.  2008.  Influence of vegetation and seasonal forcing on carbon dioxide fluxes across the Upper Midwest, USA: Implications for regional scaling.   Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148: 288-308. [PDF]

149)   Li, L. J. Chen, J. L. DeForest, R. Jensen, D. L. Moorhead, and R. Henderson.  2007.  Effects of timber harvest on carbon pools in Ozark forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37: 2337-2348. [PDF]

150)   Ryu, J. Chen, D. Zheng, and J.J. LaCroix. 2007.  Relating surface fire spread to alternative landscape management: an application of FARSITE in a managed forest landscape.  Landscape and Urban Planning 83: 275-283 [PDF].

151)   Zhang, W.L., S.P. Chen, J. Chen, L. Wei, X.G. Han, G.H. Lin.  2007.  Biophysical regulations of carbon fluxes of a steppe and a cultivated cropland in semiarid Inner Mongolia.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 146: 216-229. [PDF]

152)   Noormets, A., J. Chen, T.R. Crow.  2007.  Age-dependent changes in ecosystem carbon fluxes in managed forests in northern Wisconsin, USA. Ecosystems 10: 187-203 [PDF]

153)   Cheng,, X., R. Peng, J. Chen, Y. Luo, Q. Zhang, S. An, J. Chen and B.Li.  2007.  CH4 and N2O emissions from Spartina alterniflora and Phragmites australis in experimental mesocosmsChemosphere 68: 420-427. [PDF]

154)   Li, Q., J. Chen, B. Song, M.K. Bresee, J.A. Rademacher, and J.J. LaCroix.  2007.  Areas influenced by multiple edges and their implications in fragmented landscapes.  Forest Ecology and Management 242:99-107.  [PDF]

155)   Cheng, X., S. An, J.Chen, B. Li, Y. Luo, J. Chen, S. Liu, and Y. Liu.  2007.  Spatial relationships among species, aboveground biomass, N, and P in disturbed prairie communities. Journal of Arid Environment 68: 652-667. [PDF]

156)   LaCroix, J., S.-R. Ryu, D. Zheng and J. Chen.   2006.  Simulating fire spread with landscape management scenarios.  Forest Science 5: 522-529 [PDF]

157)   DeForest, J.L., A. Noormets, S. McNulty, G. Sun, G. Tenney, and J. Chen.  2006.  Phenophases alter the soil respiration-temperature relationship in an oak-dominated forest.  International Journal of Biometeorology 51: 135-144 [PDF]

158)   Guo, Z., X. Zhang, L., Huang, G. Ju, and J. Chen.  2006.  Light and water use efficiencies of Quercus mongolica across an edge of a deciduous forest. Acta Ecologica Sinica 26: 1047-1056.  [PDF]

159)   Cheng, X., Y. Luo, J. Chen, G. Lin, J. Chen, and B. Li.  2006.  Short-term C4 plant Spartina alterniflora invasions change the soil carbon in C3 plant-dominated tidal wetlands on a growing estuarine island.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38:3380-3386 [PDF]

160)   Wang, X., B. Song, J J. Chen, Thomas R. Crow, and J. LaCroix. 2006.  Challenges in visualizing forests and landscapes.  Journal of Forestry 104(6): 316-319. [PDF]

161)   Silbernagel, K. J. Chen, A. Noormets, and B. Song.  2006.  Conducting Sound Ecological Studies at the Landscape Scale:  Hypotheses, Experiments, and Challenges.  In: Ecology to hierarchical landscapes: from theory to application (Eds. Jiquan Chen, Sari C. Saunders, Kimberly D. Brosofske, and Thomas R. Crow), Nova Publishing, Carbondale, IL, USA, pp. 283-299.  311 pp.

162)   Noormets A., B. Ewers, G. Sun, S. Mackay, D. Zheng, S. McNulty, and J. Chen.  2006. Linking ecology to land mosaics: an ecosystem perspective. In: Ecology to hierarchical landscapes: from theory to application (Eds. Jiquan Chen, Sari C. Saunders, Kimberly D. Brosofske, and Thomas R. Crow), Nova Publishing, Carbondale, IL, USA, pp. 89-124.  311 pp.

163)   Chen, J. S.C. Saunders.  2006.  Ecology of multiple ecosystems in time and space.  In: Ecology to hierarchical landscapes: from theory to application (Eds. Jiquan Chen, Sari C. Saunders, Kimberly D. Brosofske, and Thomas R. Crow), Nova Publishing, Carbondale, IL, USA, pp. 1-34. 311 pp.

164)   Song, B., X. Wang, T. Williams, D. J. Mladenoff, J. Chen, E. J. Gustafson, J. L. Hom, and T. R. Crow.  2006. Visualizing a Landscape, Its Changes, and Driving Processes.  In: Linking ecology to landscape hierarchies (Eds. Jiquan Chen, Sari C. Saunders, Kimberly D. Brosofske, and Thomas R. Crow), Nova Publishing, Carbondale, IL, USA, pp. 167-192. 311 pp.

165)   Liu, C, Z. Zhang, T., G. Sun, J. Chen, J. Zhu, L. Shen, J. Zhang, J. Chen, L. Cui.  2006.  Soil moisture affects energy allocation and diurnal evapotranspiration of a poplar plantation – an eddy-covariance-based study. Acta Ecologica Sinica 26(8): 2549-2557. [PDF]

166)   Ryu, S., J. Chen, D. Zheng, M. Bresee.  2006.  Simulating the effects of age structure and disturbances on fuel loading (EcoFL) in forest ecosystems of Northern Wisconsin, USA.  Ecological Modelling 196: 395-406 [PDF]

167)   Zhang, J, Z. Zhang, T. Zha, J. Chen, G. Ge C.Liu, L. Cui, J., and L. Shen.  2006.  Physiological regulations of photosynthesis in a poplar plantation on a sandy soil.  Acta Ecologica Sinica 26(5): 1523-1532. [PDF]

168)   Cheng, X., S. An, B. Li, J. Chen, G. Lin, Y. Liu, Y. Luo, and S. Liu.  2006.  Summer rain pulse size and rainwater uptake by three dominant desert plants in a desertified grassland ecosystem in northwestern China.  Plant Ecology 184: 1-12. [PDF]

169)   Concilio, A., S. Ma, S.R. Ryu, M. North, and J. Chen.  2006.  Soil respiration response to burning and thinning from one to three years after experimental treatments.  Forest Ecology and Management 228: 82-90. [PDF]

170)   Cao, W., G. Sun, S. McNulty, J. Chen, A. Noormets, R.W. Skaggs, and D.M. Amatya.  2006.  Evapotranspiration of a mid-rotation loblolly pine plantation and a recently harvested stands on the coastal plain of North Carolina U.S.A.  Proceedings of Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), Pages 27-33. [PDF]

171)   DeForest, J., G. Sun, A. Noormets, J. Chen, S. McNulty, M Gavazzi, D.M. Amatya, and R.W. Skaggs.  2006.  Carbon and water fluxes in a drained coastal clearcut and a pine plantation in eastern North Carolina.  Proceedings of Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), Pages 587-597.  [PDF]

172)   Euskirchen, E. S., K. S. Pregitzer, and J. Chen. 2006.  Carbon fluxes in a young, naturally regenerating jack pine ecosystem, Journal of Geophysical Research 111, D01101, doi:10.1029/2005JD005793. [PDF]

173)   Wang, W, B. Song, J. Chen, D. Zheng, and T.R. Crow.  2006.  Visualizing forest landscapes using public data sources.  Landscape and Urban Planning 75: 111-124. [PDF, Web]

174)   Zheng, D., J. Chen, J. Le Moine, and E. S. Euskirchen.  2005.  Influences of land-use change and edges on soil respiration in a managed forest landscape, WI.  Forest Ecology and Management 215: 169-182 [PDF]

175)   Concilio, A. S. Ma, Q. Li, J. LeMoine, J. Chen, M. North, D. Moorhead, and R. Jensen.  2005.  Soil respiration response to experimental disturbance in mixed conifer and hardwood forests.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35: 1581-1591 [PDF].

176)   Weltzin, J.F., J.K. Keller, S.D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, P.B. Allen, and J. Chen.  2005. Controls plant community composition in a northern fen.  Oikos 110: 537-546.   [PDF]

177)   Jiang, L., F. Shi, B. Li, Y. Luo, J. Chen, and J. Chen.  2005.  Separating root respiration from total soil respiration in two larch plantations in northeastern China.  Tree Physiology 25: 1187-1195. [PDF]

178)   Chen, J., B. Lu, Y. Luo, Q. Dong. 2005.   Scientific writing and key steps.  Pages 198-222, In Chen et al. (eds.), Challenges facing ecologists: questions and approaches, Higher Education Press, Beijing, China. 244pp.

179)   Chen, J., X. Cheng, and R. Peng.  2005.  Applications of spatial statistics in ecological research.  Pages 145-170, In Chen et al. (eds.), Challenges facing ecologists: questions and approaches, Higher Education Press, Beijing, China. 244pp.

180)   Harper, K.A., S.E. MacDonald, P.J. Burton, J. Chen, K.D. Brosofske, S.C. Saunders, E.S. Euskirchen, D. Roberts, M.S. Jaiteth, and P. –A Esseen.  2005.  Edge influence on forest structure and composition in fragmented landscapes.  Conservation Biology 19(3): 768-782. [PDF]

181)   Ma, S., J. Chen, J.R. Butnor, M. North, E.S. Euskirchen, and B. Oakley.  2005.  Biophysical controls on soil respiration in dominant patch types of an old-growth mixed conifer forest.  Forest Science 51:221-232 [PDF]

182)   North, M. and J. Chen.  2005.  Introduction to the special issue on Sierran Mixed-Conifer Research.  Forest Science 51(3): 185-186. [PDF]

183)   Shaw, D.C., J. Chen, E.A. Freeman, D.M Braun. 2005. Spatial and population characteristics of mistletoe-infected trees in an old-growth forest.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35(4): 990-1001  [PDF]

184)   Zheng, D., J. Chen, A. Noormets, J. Le Moine, and E. Euskirchen.  2005.  Effects of climate and land use on landscape soil respiration in northern Wisconsin, USA: 1972 to 2001.  Climate Research 28: 163-173. [PDF]

185)   Saunders, S.C., J. Chen, T.D. Drummer, E.J. Gustafson, and K.D. Brosofske.  2005.  Identifying scales of pattern in ecological data: a comparison of Lacunarity, spectral and wavelet analyses.  Ecological Complexity 2: 87-105. [PDF]

186)   Zheng, D., J. Rademacher, J. Chen, T. Crow, M. Bresee, J. Le Moine, and S.R. Ryu.  2004.  Estimating aboveground biomass using Landsat 7 ETM+ data across a managed landscape in northern Wisconsin, USA.  Remote Sensing of Environment 93: 402-411  [PDF]

187)   Noormets, A., J. Chen, S. Bridgham, J. Pastor, J. Weltzin, B. Deway, J. Le Moine.   2004.  The effects of infrared loading and water table on soil energy fluxes in northern peatlandsEcosystems 7(5): 573-582.  [PDF]

188)   Roberts, D., S.L Ustin, S. Ogunjemiyo, J. Greenberg, S.Z. Dobrowski, J. Chen, and T. Hinkley.  2004.  Spectral and structural measures of northwest forest vegetation at leaf to landscape scales.  Ecosystems 7(5): 545-562. [PDF]

189)   Chen, J, K.D. Brosofske, A. Noormets, T.R. Crow, M.K. Bresee, J.M. Le Moine, E.S. Euskirchen, S.V. Mather, and D. Zheng.  2004.  A working framework for quantifying carbon sequestration in disturbed land mosaics.  Environmental Management 34 (3): S210-221. [PDF].

190)   Ma, S., J. Chen, M. North, H. Erickson, and M. Bresee. 2004.   Short-term Effects of Experimental Treatments on Soil Respiration in an Old-Growth, Mixed-Conifer Forest.  Environmental Management 34 (4):  S148-159. [PDF].

191)   Ryu, S., J. Chen, T.R. Crow, and S.C. Saunders.  2004.  Available fuel dynamics in nine contrasting forest ecosystems in North America.  Environmental Management 34(3): S87-107. [PDF]

192)   North, M., J. Chen, B. Oakley, B. Song, M. Rudnicki, and A. Gray.  2004. Forest stand structure and pattern of old-growth western hemlock/Douglas-fir and mixed-conifer forests.  Forest Science 50(3): 299-311. [PDF]

193)   Chen, J., B. Song, M. Moeur, M.Rudnicki, K.Bible, D.C. Shaw, D.M. Braun, and J.F. Franklin.  2004.  Spatial relationships of production and species distribution in an old-growth pseudotsuga-tsuga forest.  Forest Science 50(3): 364-375 [PDF]

194)   Song, Bo, J. Chen, and J.M. Silbernagel.  2004.  Slicing the 3-D canopies of an Old-growth Douglas-fir forest for structural analysis.  Forest Science 50(3): 376—386 [PDF]

195)   Parker, G.G., M.E. Harmon, M.A. Lefsky, J. Chen, R. Van Pelt, S.B. Weiss, S.C. Thomas, W.E Winner, D.C. Shaw, and J.F. Franklin.  2004.  Three-dimensional structure of an old-growth Pseudotsuga-Tsuga canopy and its implications for radiation balance, microclimate, and gas exchange.  Ecosystems 7(5): 440-453. [PDF]

196)   Chen, J., K.T. Paw U, S. Ustin, T. Suchanek, B.J. Bond, K.D. Brosofske, and M. Falk.  2004.  Net ecosystem exchanges of carbon, water, and energy in young and old-growth Douglas-Fir forests.  Ecosystems 7(5): 534-544.  [PDF]

197)   Mariscal, M.J., S.N. Martens, S. L. Ustin, J. Chen, S. B. Weiss and D.A. Roberts.  2004.  Light-transmission profiles in an old-growth forest canopy: simulations of photosynthetically active radiation by using spatially explicit radiative transfer models.  Ecosystems 7(5): 454-467. [PDF]

198)   Paw U, K.T, M. Falk, T.H. Suchanek, S.L. Ustin, J. Chen, G.G. Parker, W. E. Winner, S. C. Thomas, T. C. Hsiao, R. H. Shaw, T. S. King, R. D. Pyles, M. Schroeder and A. A. Matista.  2004. Carbon dioxide exchange between an old-growth forest and the atmosphere.  Ecosystems 7(5): 513-524.  [PDF].

199)   Bresee, M., J. Le Moine, S. Mather, T. Crow, K. Brosofske, J. Chen, T.R. Crow, and J. Radmacher.  2004.  Disturbance and landscape dynamics in the Chequamegon National Forest Wisconsin, USA, from 1972 to 2001.   Landscape Ecology 19(3): 291-309.  [PDF]

200)   Xu, M., Y. Qi, J. Chen, and B. Song.  2004.  Scale-dependent relationships between landscape structure and microclimate. Plant Ecology 173(1): 39-57. [PDF]

201)   Euskirchen, E., J. Chen, E.G. Gustafson, and S. Ma.  2003.  Soil respiration at dominant patch types within a managed northern Wisconsin landscape. Ecosystems6: 595-607 [PDF]

202)   Weltzin, J.F., S.D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, J. Chen, and C. Harth.  2003.  Potential effects of warming and drying on peatland plant community composition. Global Change Biology 9: 141-151.  [PDF]

203)   Watkins Z, J. Chen, J. Pickens, and K. Brosofske. 2003.   Effects of forest roads on understory plants in a managed hardwood landscape.  Conservation Biology17(2): 411-419. [PDF]

204)   LeMoine, J, M. and J. Chen.  2003.  Placing our research objectives and results in time and space.   Acta Phytoecologica Sinica 27(1): 1-10. [PDF]

205)   North, M., B. Oakley, J. Chen, H. Erickson, A. Gray, A. Izzo, D. Johnson, S. Ma, J. Marra, M. Meyer, K. Purcell, B. Roath, T. Rambo, D. Rizzo, T. Schowalter.  2003.  Vegetation and ecological characteristics of mixed-conifer and red-fir forests at the Teakettle Experimental Forest.  USFS General Technical Report, PSW-GTR.

206)   Pastor, J., B. Peckham, S. Bridgham, J. Weltzin, and J. Chen.  2002.  Plant community dynamics, nutrient cycling, and multiple stable equilibria in peatlandsAmerican Naturalist 160(5): 553-568.  [PDF]

207)   Thornton, P.E., B.E. Law, H.L. Gholz, K.L. Clark, E. Falge, D.S. Ellsworth, A.H. Goldstein, R.K. Monson, D. Hollinger, M. Falk, J. Chen, and J.P. Sparks.  2002.  Modeling and measuring the effects of disturbance history and climate on carbon and water budgets in evergreen needleaf forests.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 113: 185-222.  [PDF]

208)   Euskirchen, E., J. Chen, H. Li, E. J. Gustafson, and T.R. Crow.  2002.  Modeling net carbon flows under alternative management regimes at a landscape level.  Ecological Modelling 154: 75-91.  [PDF]

209)   Xu, M., Chen, J., and Y. Qi. 2002. Growing-season temperature and soil moisture along a 10km transect across a forested landscape. Climate Research 22:57-72. [PDF]

210)   Saunders, S.C., J. Chen, T.D. Drummer, T.R. Crow, K.D. Brosofske, and E. J. Gustafson.  2002.  The patch mosaic and ecological decomposition across spatial scales in a managed landscape of northern Wisconsin, USA.  Basic and Applied Ecology 3: 49-64. [PDF]

211)   Chen, J.  2002.  Book review, “Landscape Ecology: a Top-Down Approach”.  Ecological Engineering 526-527.

212)   Chen, J.  2002.  Book review, “Spreadsheet exercises in conservation biology and landscape ecology”.  Landscape Ecology (3/4/2002).

213)   Franklin, J.F., T.A. Spies, R. Van Pelt, A. B. Carey, D.A. Thornburgh, D. R. Berg, D. B. Lindenmayer, M. E. Harmon, W. S. Keeton, D.C. Shaw, K. Bible, and J. Chen.  2002.  Disturbances and structural development of natural forest ecosystems with silvicultural implications, using Douglas-fir forests as an example.  Forest Ecology and Management 155: 399-423.  [PDF]

214)   Saunders, S.C., M. R. Mislivets, J. Chen, and D.T. Cleland.  2002.  Effects of roads on landscape structure within nested ecological units of the Northern Great Lakes Region, USA.  Biological Conservation 103: 209-225. [PDF]

215)   Chen, J., M. Matthias Falk, E. Euskirchen, K.T. Paw U, T. H. Suchanek, S. L. Ustin, B. J. Bond, K. Brosofske, N. Phillips, and R, Bi.  2002.  Biophysical controls of carbon flows in three successional Douglas-fir stands based on eddy-covariance measurements.  Tree Physiology 22(2/3): 22:169–177.  [PDF]

216)   Chen, J., C. Hubner, S.C. Saunders, and B. Song.  2002  Plant. Distribution and diversity across an Ozark landscape.  USDA GTR.  In S.R. Shifley and J.M. Kabrick (Eds.).  Proceedings of the Second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Symposium: Post treatment results of the landscape experiment. General Technical Report NC, USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station, St. Paul, MN, Pages 45-65. [PDF]

217)   Chen, J.  2002. Managing landscapes for ecological reasons.  In: Wu, J. and X. Han (Eds). 2002 Lectures in Modern Ecology II: from Basic Science to Environmental Issues.  High Education Press, Beijing, Pages 178-190

218)   Silbernagel, J. J. Chen, and B. Song.  2001.  Winter temperature changes across an old-growth Douglas-fir forest edge.  Acta Ecologica Sinica 21(9): 1403-1412. [PDF]

219)   Xu, Z., L. Dai, J. Chen, Z. Wang,, H., Dai, and X. Li.  2001.  Natural regeneration condition in Pinus koraiensis broad-leaved mixed forests.  Acta Ecologica Sinica 21(9): 1413-1420. [PDF]

220)   Brosofske, K.D., J. Chen, T. R. Crow.  2001.  Understory Vegetation and Site Factors: Implications for a Managed Wisconsin Landscape.  Forest Ecology and Management 146:75-87. [PDF]

221)   Euskirchen, E.S, J. Chen, and R. Bi.  2001.  Effects of Edges on Plant Communities in a Managed Landscape in Northern Wisconsin.  Forest Ecology and Management 148: 93-108. [PDF]

222)   Zheng, D., H. Cui, and J. Chen.  2000.  Satellite-based remote sensing and applications in ecosystem studies and management.  Climate Change and Ecological Responses.  Pages 177-190, Edited by Fang Jingyun and J. Lin. Higher Science Education, Beijing, P.R. China.  [PDF]

223)   Shao, G., Q. Liu, H. Qian, J. Chen, J. Ma, and Z. Tan.  2000.  The discoverer of Metasequoia: Zhan Wang.  Taxon: 593-601. [PDF]

224)   Xu, M., Y. Qi, J. Chen, and W. Yin.  2000.  Effects of spatial heterogeneity of microenvironment on plant biodiversity in the Southeastern Missouri Ozarks.  Journal of Geographic Information Sciences 6(1): 1-6. [PDF]

225)   Zheng, D. and J. Chen.  2000.  Edge effects in fragmented landscapes: a generic model for delineating area of edge influences (D-AEI).  Ecological Modelling 132/3: 75-190.  [PDF]

226)   Chen, J., 2000.  Book Review on Forest Ecosystems: Analysis at Multiple Scales By Waring and Running, Forest Ecology and Management 127: 285-286. [PDF]

227)   Rudnicki, M, and J. Chen.  2000. Relating climate and radial increment of  Tsuga heterophylla in an old-growth Douglas-fir forest in southern Washington.  Northwest Sciences 74(1): 57-68. [PDF]

228)   Zheng, D., J. Chen, B. Song, M. Xu, P. Sneed, and R. Jensen.  2000.  Effects of silvicultural treatments on forest microclimate in Southeastern Missouri Ozarks.  Climate Research 15: 45-59.  [PDF]

229)   Euskirchen, E.S., R. Watkins, and J. Chen.  2000.  Effects of roads and edges in a fragmented landscape in northern Wisconsin, USA.  Pages 156-158.  In: A New Era of Ecology, Ecological Society of China.  Beijing. China.  [PDF]

230)   Bridgham, S.D., J.Pastor, K. Updegraff, T.J. Malterer, K.  Johnson, C. Harth, and J. Chen.  1999. Ecosystem control over temperature and heat flux will modulate climate change effects on northern peatlandsEcological Applications 9: 1345‑1358. [PDF]

231)   King, T., Paw U, K.T., Hsiao, T., Falk, M., Moles, A., Matista, A, and Chen, J.  Carbon dioxide, water vapor, sensible heat, and momentum fluxes in and above an old growth coastal temperate rainforest.  1999.  The 23rd Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Nov. 2-6, 1998, Albuquerque, NM, American Meteorological Society, Boston.  Pages 32-33. [PDF]

232)   Saunders, S.C., J. Chen, T.D. Drummer, and T.R. Crow.  1999. Modeling temperature gradients across edges over time in a managed landscape.  Forest Ecology and Management 117: 17-31.  [PDF]                                                            

233)   Brosofske, K.D., J. Chen, T. R. Crow, and S. C. Saunders.  1999.  Vegetation responses to landscape structure at multiple scales across a northern Wisconsin pine barren landscape.  Plant Ecology 143(2): 203‑218. [PDF]

234)   Chen, J.  S.D. Saunders, T. Crow, K.D. Brosofske, G. Mroz, R.NAIMAN, B. Brookshire, and J. Franklin.  1999.  Microclimatic in forest ecosystems and landscapes.  Bioscience 49(4): 288-297.  [PDF]

235)   Chen, J. and G.A. Bradshaw.  1999.  Forest structure in space: a case study of an old growth spruce-fir forest in Changbaishan Natural Reserve (CNR), P.R. China.  Forest Ecology and Management 120: 219-233.  [PDF]

236)   Chen, J., H. A. Londo, R. Megown, Q. Zhang, B. Boelema, S. Glade, E. Heitzman, A. Hoefferle, L. Jacob, A. Londo, K. Markovic, K. Owens, C. Pappas, and M. Plante.   1999.  Stream structure across five mountainous watersheds in the continental United States.  Acta Ecologica Sinica 19(1): 31-41. [PDF]

237)   Dong, J., J. Chen, K.D. Brosofske, and R. J. Naiman.  1998.  Modelling air temperature gradients across managed small streams in Western Washington.  Journal of Environmental Management 53(4): 309-321. [PDF]

238)   Saunders, C.S., J. Chen, T.R. Crow, and K.D. Brosofske.  1998.  Hierarchical relationships between landscape structure and temperature in a managed forest landscape.  Landscape Ecology 13: 381-395. [PDF]

239)   Naiman, R.J., K.L. Fetherston, S. Mckay, and J. Chen.   1998.  Riparian Forests.  Pages: 289-323, in Naiman, R.J. and R.E. Bilby (Eds.), Ecology and Management of Streams and Rivers in the Pacific Northwest Coastal EcoregionSpringer-verlag.   [PDF]

240)   Chen, J.  1997.  Stream networks and the dynamics of riparian vegetation.  Modern China Studies 58(3): 131-139.  [PDF]

241)   Silbernagel, J. Chen, J.M., M.R. Gale, K.S. Pregitzer, and J. Probst.  1997.  An interpretation of landscape structure from historic and present land cover data in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report Nc-192.   [PDF]

242)   Brosofske, K.D., J. Chen, R.J. Naiman, and J.F. Franklin.  1997.  Harvesting effects on microclimatic gradients from streams to uplands in Western Washington, USA.  Ecological Applications 7(4): 1188-1200. [PDF]

243)   Chen, J., M. Xu, and K.D. Brosofske.  1997.  Microclimatic characteristics in southeastern Missouri’s Ozarks.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NC-193: 120-133.  [PDF]

244)   Xu, M., S.D. Saunders, and J. Chen.  1997.  Landscape structure within the Southeast Missouri Ozarks.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report  NC-193: 41-53. [PDF]

245)   Xu, M., J. Chen, and B.L. Brookshire.  1997.  Temperature and its variability in the oak forests of Southeast Missouri’s Ozarks.  Climate Research 8(3): 209-223. [PDF]

246)   Song, B., J. Chen, P. Desanker, D.REED, J.F. Franklin, and G.A. Bradshaw.  1997.  Modeling canopy structure and heterogeneity across scales: from crown to canopy.  Forest Ecology and Management 96: 217-229. [PDF]

247)   Chen, J. and J.F. Franklin.  1997.  Growing-season microclimate variability within an old-growth Douglas-fir forest.  Climate Research 8(1): 27-34.  [PDF]

248)   Silbernagel, J. M., S.R. Martin, M.R. Gale, and J. Chen.  1997.  Prehistoric, historic, and present patterns related to landscape structure in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  Landscape Ecology 12(3): 223-240. [PDF]

249)   Chen, J.  1996.  Riparian vegetation and their functions in ecosystems.  Acta Applied Ecologica 7(4): 439-448. [PDF]

250)   Chen, J., J. F. Franklin, and J. S. Lowe.  1996.  Comparison of abiotic and structurally defined patch patterns in a hypothetical forest landscape.  Conservation Biology 10(3): 854-862.  [PDF]

251)   North, M, J. Chen, G. Smith, L. Krakowiak, and J.F. Franklin.  1996.  The response of understory plant species and overstory tree diameter growth to a new forestry harvest.  Northwest Science 70(1): 24-35. [PDF]

252)   Chen, J., J. F. Franklin, and T. A. Spies.  1995.  Growing season microclimatic gradients from clearcut edges into old-growth Douglas-fir forests from clearcut edges.  Ecological Applications 5(1): 74-86. [PDF]

253)   Chen, J.  1995.  Principles of landscape ecology and its applications in ecosystem management.  Pages 108-128.  In: B. Li (Ed.), Lectures in Modern Ecology.  Science Press, Beijing, China.  [PDF]

254)   Chen, J.  1994.  Landscape Ecology and Ecosystem Management.  Pages 69-70.  In: CAS (Ed.) Sustainable Development, Beijing, China.  [PDF]

255)   Chen, J., J. F. Franklin, and T. A. Spies.  1993.  An empirical model for predicting diurnal air-temperature gradients from clearcut-forest edge into old-growth Douglas-fir forest.  Ecological Modelling 67: 179-198. [PDF]

256)   Chen, J., J. F. Franklin, and T. A. Spies.  1993.  Contrasting microclimatic patterns among clearcut, edge, and interior area of old-growth Douglas-fir forest.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 63(3/4): 219-237. [PDF]

257)   Chen, J., J. F. Franklin, and T. A. Spies.  1992.  Vegetation responses to edge environments in old-growth Douglas-fir forests.  Ecological Applications 2(4): 387-396.  [PDF]

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