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Curtis PS, Gough CM.  2018.  Forest aging, disturbance and the carbon cycle. New Phytologist. 11520893601651821063897135849211621871824561134551414214063216481771017273619659947400305
Fotis AT, Morin TH, Fahey RT, Hardiman BS, Bohrer G, Curtis PS.  2018.  Forest structure in space and time: Biotic and abiotic determinants of canopy complexity and their effects on net primary productivity. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 250-251:181-191.
Meuti ME, Jones SC, Curtis PS.  2010.  15N discrimination and the sensitivity of nitrogen fixation to changes in dietary nitrogen in Reticulitermes flavipes (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae). Environmental Entomology. 39:1810-1815.
Hollinger D, Ollinger S.V, Richardson AD, Meyers T, D Dail B, Martin M.E, Scott N.A, Arkebauer T.J, Baldocchi D, Clark K.L et al..  2010.  Albedo estimates for land surface models and support for a new paradigm based on foliage nitrogen concentration. Global Change Biology. 16:696-710.
Mueller KL, Yadav V, Curtis PS, Vogel CS, Michalak AM.  2010.  Attributing the variability of eddy-covariance CO2 flux measurements across temporal scales using geostatistical regression for a mixed northern hardwood forest. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 24
Yi C, Ricciuto D, Li R, Wolbeck J, Xu X, Nilsson M, Aires L, Albertson JD, Ammann C, M Arain A et al..  2010.  Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents. Environmental Research Letters. 5:034007.
Nave L, Vance ED, Swanston CW, Curtis PS.  2010.  Harvest impacts on soil carbon storage in temperate forests. Forest Ecology and Management. 259:857-866.
Gough CM, Flower CE, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2010.  Phenological and Temperature Controls on the Temporal Non-Structural Carbohydrate Dynamics of Populus grandidentata and Quercus rubra. Forests. 1:65-81.
Gough CM, Vogel CS, Hardiman B, Curtis PS.  2010.  Wood net primary production resilience in an unmanaged forest transitioning from early to middle succession. Forest Ecology and Management. 260:36-41.